Jason Merrin
Psychologist, PhD, PsyD Verified
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Offers online therapy
I can see any client in Maine and NH via teletherapy. I help guide my clients to understand how their upbringing, worldview, culture, personality, and view of self affect how they are feeling, behaving, and thinking currently. One goal of mine is to help my clients maximize their wellbeing by better understanding themselves through the use of coping tools like mindfulness to slow and calm themselves enough to be able to assess their own thoughts and emotions in the moment so as to minimize regrets while reducing mood and behavioral symptoms.
(603) 932-5645
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Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Offers online therapy
I can see any client in Maine and NH via teletherapy. I help guide my clients to understand how their upbringing, worldview, culture, personality, and view of self affect how they are feeling, behaving, and thinking currently. One goal of mine is to help my clients maximize their wellbeing by better understanding themselves through the use of coping tools like mindfulness to slow and calm themselves enough to be able to assess their own thoughts and emotions in the moment so as to minimize regrets while reducing mood and behavioral symptoms.
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Rex L Bunnell
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, MLADC Verified
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Offers online therapy
A person's initial contact is with Rex Bunnell of Wallastook Counseling. This first meeting gives the client and clinician an opportunity to develop a therapeutic alliance and presents the client with an opportunity to explore what his needs and goals are in counseling. Rex not only knows about the entire process of how recovery unfolds, but also has a personal connection with recovery and a person's spiritual self. Issues such as isolation, relationship conflicts, emotional dysregulation, and cognitive distortions all lead to alcohol and drug abuse.
(603) 945-0189
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Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Offers online therapy
A person's initial contact is with Rex Bunnell of Wallastook Counseling. This first meeting gives the client and clinician an opportunity to develop a therapeutic alliance and presents the client with an opportunity to explore what his needs and goals are in counseling. Rex not only knows about the entire process of how recovery unfolds, but also has a personal connection with recovery and a person's spiritual self. Issues such as isolation, relationship conflicts, emotional dysregulation, and cognitive distortions all lead to alcohol and drug abuse.
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Susan B Palmer-Ansorg
Psychologist, PhD Verified
Office is near:
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Offers online therapy
I work with clients to understand their own thinking processes and belief systems, to develop new coping strategies and learn new skills to interact with family and others interpersonally, and to make lifestyle adjustments to bolster internal psychological and coping resources. Making targeted changes in these areas leads to improvements in overall mood and well-being for families and individuals. I work with children and adolescents using tools that are engaging and interactive and take their developmental needs and abilities into account.
(603) 967-4301
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Office is near:
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Offers online therapy
I work with clients to understand their own thinking processes and belief systems, to develop new coping strategies and learn new skills to interact with family and others interpersonally, and to make lifestyle adjustments to bolster internal psychological and coping resources. Making targeted changes in these areas leads to improvements in overall mood and well-being for families and individuals. I work with children and adolescents using tools that are engaging and interactive and take their developmental needs and abilities into account.

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Acceptance and Commitment (ACT) Therapists
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a type of psychotherapy that helps you accept the difficulties that come with life. ACT is a form of mindfulness based therapy, theorizing that greater well-being can be attained by overcoming negative thoughts and feelings. Essentially, ACT looks at your character traits and behaviors to assist you in reducing avoidant coping styles. ACT also addresses your commitment to making changes, and what to do about it when you can't stick to your goals.

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