Monica A Nicoll
Counselor, PhD, LCMHC Verified
North Conway, NH 03860
Not accepting new clients
I have just completed a children's book that is both a fairy tale and a parenting book, Key to Calm .
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.
(603) 931-3429
Verified
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North Conway, NH 03860
Not accepting new clients
I have just completed a children's book that is both a fairy tale and a parenting book, Key to Calm .
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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Stacie L Leclerc
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MLADC, LCMHC Verified
North Conway, NH 03860
Offers online therapy
Stacie Leclerc MLADC, LCMHC earned her master’s degree in counseling from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and has worked in a variety of settings with adolescents and adults. As a dual-licensed clinician, she specializes in substance use disorders, mood disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and life transitions. Her therapeutic approach is client-centered, using evidence-based practices to assist clients in developing strategies to overcome challenges.
(855) 909-9376 x1
Verified
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North Conway, NH 03860
Offers online therapy
Stacie Leclerc MLADC, LCMHC earned her master’s degree in counseling from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and has worked in a variety of settings with adolescents and adults. As a dual-licensed clinician, she specializes in substance use disorders, mood disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and life transitions. Her therapeutic approach is client-centered, using evidence-based practices to assist clients in developing strategies to overcome challenges.
Robin E Winter-Weber
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, ATR Verified
North Conway, NH 03860
I work collaboratively with clients. Together we explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, to aid in improving the wellness of their whole being. A non-judgemental safe and warm atmosphere is offered to all persons. Stress, anxiety, interpersonal challenges, and life situations can impact our internal and external worlds in detrimental ways. Seeking an understanding of patterns that do not work, and improving the effectiveness of change, in a trusting relationship, allows clients to gain self-esteem and personal growth.
(877) 838-8217
Verified
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North Conway, NH 03860
I work collaboratively with clients. Together we explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, to aid in improving the wellness of their whole being. A non-judgemental safe and warm atmosphere is offered to all persons. Stress, anxiety, interpersonal challenges, and life situations can impact our internal and external worlds in detrimental ways. Seeking an understanding of patterns that do not work, and improving the effectiveness of change, in a trusting relationship, allows clients to gain self-esteem and personal growth.

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Child Therapists
Child psychologists in North Conway, NH provide mental health therapy to children and are experts in child development.

Every comprehensive review of therapy with children shows that all credible approaches, when performed by a competent mental health clinician, produce almost the same results. About half of all kids will get better. Of those that improve, 80% will show progress in a relatively short time, while the remaining 20% will need longer-term support.

The best child therapists in North Conway build great relationships with the child and the parent. They also see the child's strengths and are open to hearing the child's possible solutions to the challenges the child faces. Finally, a good therapist appreciates the child's culture and is sensitive to the values of the child's community.