We have the most licensed psychologists and psychiatrists practicing in one location in New England
John Gramuglia, MBA, LICSW, MLADC, LCS
Confidential, Professional, Personal Care When You Need It
Range of Services
John Gramuglia comes to the Counseling Center with more that 25 years of clinical experience. He
has worked with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He has extensive experience working
with adolescents and adults with substance abuse issues.
Mr. Gramuglia has earned his MSW in clinical practice from Fordham University. He is a Licensed
Independent Clinical Social Worker, Master Licensed Alcohol Drug Counselor and Licensed Clinical
Supervisor. He has earned advanced certification in Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
from the Albert Ellis Institute in New York City. Mr. Gramuglia is the past president of the Vermont
Chapter of National Association of Social Workers.
Mr. Gramuglia provides ongoing education for mental health professionals an adjunct professor at
University of Southern California in the Virtual Academic Center, and is a consultant/trainer for the
Addiction Technology Transfer Center at Brown University. He was previously the Chief of Mental
Health Services for the Vermont Department of Corrections.
In his clinical practice at The Counseling Center, Mr. Gramuglia treats adolescents and adults
struggling with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, anger management, and substance
misuse/abuse/dependence. He works with patients to develop new coping strategies and learn new
skills through developing insight into their own thinking processes and belief systems. He helps them
discover new ways to interact with family and others interpersonally. He works with people to
become more self-reliant. He finds that changes in these areas leads to improvements in overall
mood and well-being for families and individuals, as well as promoting moderation or abstinence. In
order for people to experience successful and sustained recovery from substance abuse or
dependence, he believes in treating the whole person and addressing co-occurring behavioral health
issues that include anxiety and depression.