Dr. Thomas Gamble, Ph.D. – Clinical Supervisor
Dr. Gamble received his graduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis with an undergraduate degree from Amherst College, and completed his education with a two-year internship at the Department of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School in 1991. He provided psychological services to adolescents, young adults, and their families across a variety of settings within a group practice for two decades; he provides services at Hanover High School and clinical supervision to agencies in the Upper Valley. His clinical interests include identity formation, family systems, mood, anxiety, and conduct disorders, as well as issues related to trauma and loss. Dr. Gamble is an outdoor enthusiast with thousands of paddling miles behind him and many years of 100-day ski seasons.
Susannah Zeveloff – Individual Therapist
Susannah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has a breadth of experience in various settings, including community-based mental health, outpatient therapy, wilderness therapy programs, and residential programs. Knowing that there are infinite possibilities when therapy takes place both in and out of the office, she completed a dual degree masters program in Social Work and Adventure Therapy at the University of New Hampshire. During this time she was a field guide in a wilderness program in Georgia, and completed her second year social work internship at a wilderness program in Utah, where she happened to be born and raised.
Susannah is certified in somatic and attachment focused EMDR and completed an equine-assisted EMDR training. She utilizes EMDR, combined with experiential interventions and a psychodynamic perspective, to support clients in moving beyond symptom reduction to a more integrated sense of self and well-being. Her primary focus areas are attachment, trauma, depression, anxiety, identity/life transitions, and grief/loss. In her spare time, Susannah loves to forage for wild foods, read, and travel, and spend time with her family, including her coonhound mix Furly.
Bill Brown, CMHC – Individual Therapist
Bill is a therapist and mental health counselor with expertise in treating young adults experiencing a wide range of emotional difficulties and life challenges. Bill’s professional interests include the impact stress and emotional turmoil have on identity formation and development. His work employs mindfulness based interventions and explores the mind-body relationship. Using the inherent healing qualities of wilderness and outdoor experiences, he helps young adults overcome the hurdles they face. Bill has worked in a number of settings including wilderness therapy and transitional coaching programs. He has created and run transitional housing programs for young adults and worked with young adults in outpatient clinics and in residential settings. He earned his BA from the University of Vermont and his Master’s in Counseling from Antioch University.
Lynne Chow, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC – Program Nurse
Lynne has been a Family Nurse Practitioner since 1997 when she received her Master's Degree in Family and Community Health Nursing at University of Massachusetts. Prior to that she received her BSN from Northeastern University in 1986 and practiced in the Boston Area. Lynne has practiced as an APRN in Vermont since 1997 in a rural Community Heath Center, a Pediatric practice and most recently, since 2008, in Family Practice. Lynne is interested in helping young adults with mental health challenges better manage their physical health in concert with the work they are doing while in treatment at Confluence. She is also interested in the positive physical and mental effects outdoor activity can bring to all individuals. Lynne likes to hike, cycle, ski and just be outside. She lives in Norwich, VT with her husband and daughter and two cats.
Dr. Keri Height, PsyD. – Consulting Psychologist
Dr. Height is licensed clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth College. Keri is the Director of Hanover Psychiatry. Keri received a PsyD in Clinical Psychology in 2005 from the University of Hartford and a Master of Arts in Theoretical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2001. She completed clinical training at the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University, including a pre-doctoral and postdoctoral fellowships. Prior to joining the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, she was an assistant professor at Yale University, where she collaborated with others in the conceptualization, establishment and clinical directorship of the Yale Stress Center, an interdisciplinary clinic that provides psychological, psychiatric and wellness services to adolescents, adults and families. Keri offers Confluence clinical consultation supporting effective evidence-based interventions, clinical integration in addition to clinical staff and mentor staff trainings.
Kate Gamble, BFA, MSPT – Yoga, Somatics and Mindfulness Coach
Kate is the founder of Open Door Intergrative Wellness and has been working with Confluence since 2016. Kate has worked at various healthcare organizations in her almost 30 years as a Physical Therapist. These include the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, the Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center in Virginia, and Mount Ascutney Hospital in Vermont. She was Director of Rehabilitation at Whispering Pines Rehabilitation Center in Florida and Director Of Physical Therapy Services at Longwood Rehabilitation Center in Boston. She also teaches mindfulness based on the approaches of Jon Kabat Zinn and Insight Meditation. As a Physical Therapist and Somatics instructor, she is engaged in the exploration of the many facets of movement and their link to our wellbeing. Kate's combined training as a modern dancer and a physical therapist allows her to facilitate movement experiences that are safe and transformative. She has a BFA in Dance from NYU and a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the Mayo Clinic.