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If you are struggling with substance misuse, addiction or managing your recovery; if you are struggling to manage parenting, household management and work and lack the supports and coping skills necessary to do so without using substances, our Substance Use Disorder program and Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders can help you achieve your goals..
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If you are struggling with substance misuse, addiction or managing your recovery; if you are struggling to manage parenting, household management and work and lack the supports and coping skills necessary to do so without using substances, our Substance Use Disorder program and Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders can help you achieve your goals..
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I am a licensed clinical mental health counselor who uses humor and compassion in providing client centered, solution focused interventions. My clinical experience is in working with individuals of all ages to resolve the effects of trauma, anxiety, depression, bereavement, disconnect in relationships and challenging life stage transitions such as divorce, death, adoption, career change, academic and peer group challenges, as well as, life planning that promotes growth, success and life satisfaction. I work with clients impacted by bullying and low self-esteem.
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I am a licensed clinical mental health counselor who uses humor and compassion in providing client centered, solution focused interventions. My clinical experience is in working with individuals of all ages to resolve the effects of trauma, anxiety, depression, bereavement, disconnect in relationships and challenging life stage transitions such as divorce, death, adoption, career change, academic and peer group challenges, as well as, life planning that promotes growth, success and life satisfaction. I work with clients impacted by bullying and low self-esteem.
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At the Resilience Counseling & Training Center (RCTC), I assist you in enhancing your resilience quotient, RQ, and to build your personal, marital and family resilience enabling the realization of a happier and more fulfilling personal, professional, marital, and/or family life. I provide a variety of resilience focused services including: Counseling & Therapy (Individual, Marital, Family), Parent Education/Parent Coaching, and Relationship Enhancement Workshops.
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At the Resilience Counseling & Training Center (RCTC), I assist you in enhancing your resilience quotient, RQ, and to build your personal, marital and family resilience enabling the realization of a happier and more fulfilling personal, professional, marital, and/or family life. I provide a variety of resilience focused services including: Counseling & Therapy (Individual, Marital, Family), Parent Education/Parent Coaching, and Relationship Enhancement Workshops.
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LADC, DCC, SAP
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As a licensed marriage and family therapist, and drug and alcohol counselor I have 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples, families and children who are trying to improve their lives but sometimes just feel stuck in the process. I have also worked with those suffering from the pain of substance use disorders. Life is like a river that simply wants to move through us. At times, the river may damn up or take an unexpected turn. Therapy can be a resource that reestablishes the "flow" of life and returns us to our true course.
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As a licensed marriage and family therapist, and drug and alcohol counselor I have 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples, families and children who are trying to improve their lives but sometimes just feel stuck in the process. I have also worked with those suffering from the pain of substance use disorders. Life is like a river that simply wants to move through us. At times, the river may damn up or take an unexpected turn. Therapy can be a resource that reestablishes the "flow" of life and returns us to our true course.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC, LADC
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Life can be challenging. Helping you achieve positive change in how you cope with challenges in your life is rewarding for both of us. I’ve found that working with people on video makes things more comfortable because you can be in your own setting. It also makes it easier to do therapy, because you save so much time on travel.
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Life can be challenging. Helping you achieve positive change in how you cope with challenges in your life is rewarding for both of us. I’ve found that working with people on video makes things more comfortable because you can be in your own setting. It also makes it easier to do therapy, because you save so much time on travel.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DEd, LICSW
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Change is difficult, but it is possible. I help people identify the changes they want to make and support them in their journey toward their goals. I use a holistic and flexible approach that is designed to meet the needs of the individual. I am direct yet gentle and I challenge clients to trust and listen to themselves. I believe that living in the moment, known as mindfulness, is one of the most helpful tools that we have available to help us to learn how to foster compassion for ourselves and others, quiet our fears, identify what is important, and create the life we want.
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Change is difficult, but it is possible. I help people identify the changes they want to make and support them in their journey toward their goals. I use a holistic and flexible approach that is designed to meet the needs of the individual. I am direct yet gentle and I challenge clients to trust and listen to themselves. I believe that living in the moment, known as mindfulness, is one of the most helpful tools that we have available to help us to learn how to foster compassion for ourselves and others, quiet our fears, identify what is important, and create the life we want.
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Psychologist
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I provide individual, group and family therapy services as well as psychological testing to children, adolescents and young adults. My treatment approach is collaborative and is based on the cognitive behavioral, relational and family systems theoretical approaches.
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I provide individual, group and family therapy services as well as psychological testing to children, adolescents and young adults. My treatment approach is collaborative and is based on the cognitive behavioral, relational and family systems theoretical approaches.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LLC
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People come to therapy for many different reasons: To deal with a specific problem or concern; to develop better ways of coping with life's stresses; to overcome old obstacles; to heal from loss; to become happier, stronger and more resilient. Numerous studies have shown that one of the most important factors in helping people in therapy achieve change is a strong and trusting relationship with their therapist. I am committed to creating a warm and supportive environment in which my clients can explore their challenges, learn new skills, and find and use the innate strengths that they possess.
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People come to therapy for many different reasons: To deal with a specific problem or concern; to develop better ways of coping with life's stresses; to overcome old obstacles; to heal from loss; to become happier, stronger and more resilient. Numerous studies have shown that one of the most important factors in helping people in therapy achieve change is a strong and trusting relationship with their therapist. I am committed to creating a warm and supportive environment in which my clients can explore their challenges, learn new skills, and find and use the innate strengths that they possess.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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I offer healing, strength based psychotherapy to people who are struggling with trauma, anxiety and depression. Oftentimes this may be the result of child abuse, bullying, sexual trauma, illness, death, domestic violence , natural disasters or everyday life challenges.
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I offer healing, strength based psychotherapy to people who are struggling with trauma, anxiety and depression. Oftentimes this may be the result of child abuse, bullying, sexual trauma, illness, death, domestic violence , natural disasters or everyday life challenges.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CCSW, ACSW
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I bring a holistic approach to my work. My job is to help YOU get to where you want to go. My knowledge and training beyond the field of psychology include life coaching, consultation to business start ups, work with empaths, and different types of meditation. My style does not leave me with all the power. This work is teamwork. I have the questions....you will often know the answers. My life experience is also an asset. Life is not always easy. It's the curriculum. Our job is to use it to move forward.
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(603) 509-3088
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I bring a holistic approach to my work. My job is to help YOU get to where you want to go. My knowledge and training beyond the field of psychology include life coaching, consultation to business start ups, work with empaths, and different types of meditation. My style does not leave me with all the power. This work is teamwork. I have the questions....you will often know the answers. My life experience is also an asset. Life is not always easy. It's the curriculum. Our job is to use it to move forward.
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Counselor, MA, LCMHC, CH
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Offering evidence-based support for: Depression, anxiety, trauma, panic attacks, PTSD, mood disorders, relationship issues, multicultural issues, parenting, family therapy, stress-management, women's issues, body issues, self-empowerment, assertiveness, relationship dynamics, prenatal and postnatal counseling. Some of my specialties include: Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Restructuring, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Strength Based Spirituality, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Hypnotherapeutic modalities
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(603) 836-9068
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Offering evidence-based support for: Depression, anxiety, trauma, panic attacks, PTSD, mood disorders, relationship issues, multicultural issues, parenting, family therapy, stress-management, women's issues, body issues, self-empowerment, assertiveness, relationship dynamics, prenatal and postnatal counseling. Some of my specialties include: Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Restructuring, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Strength Based Spirituality, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Hypnotherapeutic modalities
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"If it is mentionable, it is manageable (adapted from Mr. Rogers)." I have spent over 15 years helping individuals find the strength in their voices and better realize their self-worth. I see myself as someone who can help create an emotionally safe, warm environment where individuals can confront their fears and challenges, as well as work toward both acceptance of self and change. It is normal to feel uncertain about the world, especially with our current climate. I want to help individuals feel more certain about themselves.
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"If it is mentionable, it is manageable (adapted from Mr. Rogers)." I have spent over 15 years helping individuals find the strength in their voices and better realize their self-worth. I see myself as someone who can help create an emotionally safe, warm environment where individuals can confront their fears and challenges, as well as work toward both acceptance of self and change. It is normal to feel uncertain about the world, especially with our current climate. I want to help individuals feel more certain about themselves.
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Psychologist, PsyD
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Are you a First Responder who is struggling to let go of tension or an irritable mood that is straining your relationships? Do you find yourself sleeping fitfully and then feeling exhausted the next day? Do you ask yourself, "Why can't I just get myself together?" It is well recognized that you have committed yourself to one of the most honorable, yet stressful, careers out there. Over time, line-of-duty stressors accumulate and can take their toll on some responders, some relationships, some families. If you're looking through this page, you have chosen to take action - great first step! You want to get your life back on track.
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(603) 931-3439
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Are you a First Responder who is struggling to let go of tension or an irritable mood that is straining your relationships? Do you find yourself sleeping fitfully and then feeling exhausted the next day? Do you ask yourself, "Why can't I just get myself together?" It is well recognized that you have committed yourself to one of the most honorable, yet stressful, careers out there. Over time, line-of-duty stressors accumulate and can take their toll on some responders, some relationships, some families. If you're looking through this page, you have chosen to take action - great first step! You want to get your life back on track.
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Counselor, LCMHC
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We're always growing, evolving. But it's not easy. Relationship or identity crises, anxiety, addictions and traumas of different types... They can lead to high levels of stress or to depression, and also push us forward toward personal growth: We can learn to utilize acceptance, coping skills, and healthy connections. Counseling is a place to talk, learn, and begin to rebuild -- a sense of trust, confidence, hope, and focus. Problems, issues, and various symptoms will appear at times in life. Reaching out for help, that moment of surrender, in recovery terms, is a special moment.
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We're always growing, evolving. But it's not easy. Relationship or identity crises, anxiety, addictions and traumas of different types... They can lead to high levels of stress or to depression, and also push us forward toward personal growth: We can learn to utilize acceptance, coping skills, and healthy connections. Counseling is a place to talk, learn, and begin to rebuild -- a sense of trust, confidence, hope, and focus. Problems, issues, and various symptoms will appear at times in life. Reaching out for help, that moment of surrender, in recovery terms, is a special moment.
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Psychologist, PhD, MEd
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My clientele seek help with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, couples distress, trauma, parenting difficulties, relationship conflict, and major life transitions. Although I tailor the treatment plan to meet each couple's or individual's needs, the majority of my interventions are drawn from the cognitive-behavioral toolset. I seek to understand strengths, as well as the problems that bring people into my office. Using well-timed humor, relevant research information, and meaningful feedback, I collaboratively design treatment plans that feel "doable." Usually, my clients feel relief in the first few sessions.
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(802) 449-4819
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My clientele seek help with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, couples distress, trauma, parenting difficulties, relationship conflict, and major life transitions. Although I tailor the treatment plan to meet each couple's or individual's needs, the majority of my interventions are drawn from the cognitive-behavioral toolset. I seek to understand strengths, as well as the problems that bring people into my office. Using well-timed humor, relevant research information, and meaningful feedback, I collaboratively design treatment plans that feel "doable." Usually, my clients feel relief in the first few sessions.
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I bring to the practice of psychotherapy a doctoral degree in theology as well as psychology and 17 years of teaching Religious Studies on the college level. I am ready to assist clients who feel they have been harmed psychologically by religion or spirituality and to draw on religion or spirituality as sources of healing. I have no interest in promoting any particular tradition and will ignore these topics if so asked. I have specific training and experience in the treatment or trauma resulting from abuse and neglect, domestic violence, war, torture or accidents.
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I bring to the practice of psychotherapy a doctoral degree in theology as well as psychology and 17 years of teaching Religious Studies on the college level. I am ready to assist clients who feel they have been harmed psychologically by religion or spirituality and to draw on religion or spirituality as sources of healing. I have no interest in promoting any particular tradition and will ignore these topics if so asked. I have specific training and experience in the treatment or trauma resulting from abuse and neglect, domestic violence, war, torture or accidents.
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My name is Anne Marie Allwine LICSW with P.E.E.P.S. Psychotherapy. P.E.E.P.S. stands for: P.eople seeking E.mpathy E.mpowerment P.ersonal growth and S.upport. I have worked in the mental health field for over 30 years in a variety of settings, most recently as the School Counselor for a private high school. I use a supportive strengths-based approach but also will challenge one's thoughts if they are irrational or self- destructive (CBT). I find it is also helpful to assist people to learn coping strategies and build skills that work for them.
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My name is Anne Marie Allwine LICSW with P.E.E.P.S. Psychotherapy. P.E.E.P.S. stands for: P.eople seeking E.mpathy E.mpowerment P.ersonal growth and S.upport. I have worked in the mental health field for over 30 years in a variety of settings, most recently as the School Counselor for a private high school. I use a supportive strengths-based approach but also will challenge one's thoughts if they are irrational or self- destructive (CBT). I find it is also helpful to assist people to learn coping strategies and build skills that work for them.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LICSW
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Due to the covid-19 pandemic, I am currently using an online telehealth format. To be added to my waiting list please email me. I seek to provide clients with an empathetic, compassionate, and respectful experience. Emotional well-being sometimes requires the resolution of past interpersonal and emotional trauma, whether "large t" or "small t" trauma. Problems and symptoms often have an underlying "emotional truth" or protective function. Therapy is about recognizing the patterns, identifying relevant past experiences and associated beliefs, and then creating the opportunity for emotional learning to be transformed.
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Due to the covid-19 pandemic, I am currently using an online telehealth format. To be added to my waiting list please email me. I seek to provide clients with an empathetic, compassionate, and respectful experience. Emotional well-being sometimes requires the resolution of past interpersonal and emotional trauma, whether "large t" or "small t" trauma. Problems and symptoms often have an underlying "emotional truth" or protective function. Therapy is about recognizing the patterns, identifying relevant past experiences and associated beliefs, and then creating the opportunity for emotional learning to be transformed.
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Portsmouth, NH 03801
Welcome to my practice. I have worked with couples, families, and individuals for 25 years helping to heal from trauma, affairs, and early life experiences that get in the way of having warm loving relationships and individual joy. It can be challenging to take the first step to move toward a better and more fulfilling life. Often we fear judgement. I can help you develop an understanding of the issues that are keeping you from living the best life possible. I will work with you to identify the underlying barriers and develop problem solving skills and strategies to cope with issues outside of your control.
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Welcome to my practice. I have worked with couples, families, and individuals for 25 years helping to heal from trauma, affairs, and early life experiences that get in the way of having warm loving relationships and individual joy. It can be challenging to take the first step to move toward a better and more fulfilling life. Often we fear judgement. I can help you develop an understanding of the issues that are keeping you from living the best life possible. I will work with you to identify the underlying barriers and develop problem solving skills and strategies to cope with issues outside of your control.
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Psychologist, PsyD
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Hanover, NH 03755
I am an active therapist, sensitive and authentic, with a deep respect for diversity and the individual's own path. Together we'll examine your life, alert to possible contradictions, exploring the wisdom or effectiveness of certain behaviors or beliefs. Through supportive listening, education, empowerment and expert guidance, you can become more aware of unhealthy patterns and hidden strengths, leading you to make positive changes to improve your life experience, strengthening your sense of what you want and what makes you feel good, moment to moment and long term. I do therapy with people struggling with a range of problems:
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I am an active therapist, sensitive and authentic, with a deep respect for diversity and the individual's own path. Together we'll examine your life, alert to possible contradictions, exploring the wisdom or effectiveness of certain behaviors or beliefs. Through supportive listening, education, empowerment and expert guidance, you can become more aware of unhealthy patterns and hidden strengths, leading you to make positive changes to improve your life experience, strengthening your sense of what you want and what makes you feel good, moment to moment and long term. I do therapy with people struggling with a range of problems:

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African-American (Black) Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in New Hampshire or for a New Hampshire African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in New Hampshire or New Hampshire black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in New Hampshire. They provide African American counseling in New Hampshire or black counseling in New Hampshire and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in New Hampshire.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

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Therapists in New Hampshire are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in New Hampshire

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in New Hampshire you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in New Hampshire and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in New Hampshire or family therapy in New Hampshire.


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