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LifeBalance Counseling Coaching and Wellness, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Rochester, New Hampshire 03839
"Are you worried about your health because of your daily stress? Do you feel overwhelmed, as if you just can't seem to be happy? Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? You've likely been debating seeking help for months, if not years. We are so glad you found us. Together we can work to help equip you with the necessary tools to help you face and overcome challenges. You know you don't have to be alone in this journey. We will help you to live a more fulfilling life."
(603) 332-8000
Verified
Rochester, New Hampshire 03839
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"Are you worried about your health because of your daily stress? Do you feel overwhelmed, as if you just can't seem to be happy? Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? You've likely been debating seeking help for months, if not years. We are so glad you found us. Together we can work to help equip you with the necessary tools to help you face and overcome challenges. You know you don't have to be alone in this journey. We will help you to live a more fulfilling life."
Nancy Foster Counselingnh, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
"At James Foster & Associates,Ltd I provide compassionate, supportive and caring counseling services for children, couples, adolescents, adults and families. I understand and appreciate how difficult a decision it can be to seek counseling services. My first goal is to help you to feel welcomed, comfortable and safe. I will work with you from a place of respect and trust that allows for self exploration and growth. It can be difficult to take that first step but my hope is that we can find solutions to ease your tension, discomfort or pain. I look forward to meeting with you."
(603) 819-4898
Verified
Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
"At James Foster & Associates,Ltd I provide compassionate, supportive and caring counseling services for children, couples, adolescents, adults and families. I understand and appreciate how difficult a decision it can be to seek counseling services. My first goal is to help you to feel welcomed, comfortable and safe. I will work with you from a place of respect and trust that allows for self exploration and growth. It can be difficult to take that first step but my hope is that we can find solutions to ease your tension, discomfort or pain. I look forward to meeting with you."
Deborah Sturm, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Amherst, New Hampshire 03031
"Hi. I am a licensed psychologist lucky enough to love what I do. I have a thriving private practice working exclusively with adults in individual and couples/marital therapy. Whether you want help with personal/emotional struggles, relationships, stresses of everyday life, or a life crisis, I can help you feel more settled and confident about yourself and your life. Rooted in the present or past, issues including anxiety, depression and self-esteem may be interfering with your happiness and effectiveness. My approach varies with your particular needs but is always rooted in a safe and caring relationship and dedicated to promoting positive change."
(855) 890-6759
Verified
Amherst, New Hampshire 03031
"Hi. I am a licensed psychologist lucky enough to love what I do. I have a thriving private practice working exclusively with adults in individual and couples/marital therapy. Whether you want help with personal/emotional struggles, relationships, stresses of everyday life, or a life crisis, I can help you feel more settled and confident about yourself and your life. Rooted in the present or past, issues including anxiety, depression and self-esteem may be interfering with your happiness and effectiveness. My approach varies with your particular needs but is always rooted in a safe and caring relationship and dedicated to promoting positive change."
Adalgisa B Holtrop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
"I believe seeking therapy is a sign of strength! I assist individuals and couples to find more happiness and health in their lives. I help people to understand and overcome their challenges and make significant progresses. I devote my work to help people feel calmer, more at peace, and enjoy more satisfying lives. I help people, who are motivated to work, being clear about their goals and finding effective ways to accomplish them in life."
(603) 617-3383
Verified
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
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"I believe seeking therapy is a sign of strength! I assist individuals and couples to find more happiness and health in their lives. I help people to understand and overcome their challenges and make significant progresses. I devote my work to help people feel calmer, more at peace, and enjoy more satisfying lives. I help people, who are motivated to work, being clear about their goals and finding effective ways to accomplish them in life."
Linda Pollock Head, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Contoocook, New Hampshire 03229
"I do psychotherapy with women. All kinds of women, from all walks of life. Women who bring a wealth of different problems to the table -- eating disorders, depression, anxiety, histories of trauma -- but who share an underlying desire to restore a sense of power and agency in their lives. My therapeutic approach pulls primarily from psychoanalytic techniques but incorporates aspects of mindfulness and Internal Family Systems techniques to help patients stay present in the therapy and in their relationships."
(617) 870-3561
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Contoocook, New Hampshire 03229
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"I do psychotherapy with women. All kinds of women, from all walks of life. Women who bring a wealth of different problems to the table -- eating disorders, depression, anxiety, histories of trauma -- but who share an underlying desire to restore a sense of power and agency in their lives. My therapeutic approach pulls primarily from psychoanalytic techniques but incorporates aspects of mindfulness and Internal Family Systems techniques to help patients stay present in the therapy and in their relationships."
Regina Burtt, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, MLADC, SEP
Verified by Psychology Today
Holderness, New Hampshire 03245
"Supporting individuals toward their sense of wholeness is my therapeutic purpose. Every individual has his or her own journey; a path of unfolding understanding through their processes of the body, mind and emotion. I utilize methods of Somatic Psychotherapy, Mindfulness, and Somatic Experiencing to invite internal obstacles of thought, belief, and behaviors to transform. those who seek from within find their journey a purposeful one. I am here to accompany them. "
(603) 932-6709
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Holderness, New Hampshire 03245
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"Supporting individuals toward their sense of wholeness is my therapeutic purpose. Every individual has his or her own journey; a path of unfolding understanding through their processes of the body, mind and emotion. I utilize methods of Somatic Psychotherapy, Mindfulness, and Somatic Experiencing to invite internal obstacles of thought, belief, and behaviors to transform. those who seek from within find their journey a purposeful one. I am here to accompany them. "
Rebecca Rouse, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Dover, New Hampshire 03820
"I practice from a primarily integrative approach, with an emphasis on behavioral therapy. Any behavior is an intention to sustain the self; yet many times the preserving behavior exacerbates sadness, anger, etc. The most important pieces of therapy is to understand the past, own the present, and choose the future. These pieces are particularly important when working through trauma and circumstances outside of one's control. The story we all choose to believe about ourselves (factual or not) is what cultivates or stifles the joy of life."
(303) 647-9719
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Dover, New Hampshire 03820
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"I practice from a primarily integrative approach, with an emphasis on behavioral therapy. Any behavior is an intention to sustain the self; yet many times the preserving behavior exacerbates sadness, anger, etc. The most important pieces of therapy is to understand the past, own the present, and choose the future. These pieces are particularly important when working through trauma and circumstances outside of one's control. The story we all choose to believe about ourselves (factual or not) is what cultivates or stifles the joy of life."
Elizabeth Johnston, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
"I have been working as a therapist since 1991, and in private practice for the last 12 years. I consider the therapeutic relationship very important, as is the fit between counselor and client. I like for our work to be collaborative and interactive, so it is together that we will be navigating your path of awareness and unfolding. I consider myself an eclectic therapist, drawing mainly from Psychodynamic, Relational, and Emotionally Focused Therapy models. My speciality is working with couples, helping you and your partner develop a sense of safety between each of you, allowing for trust and vulnerability."
(603) 483-3764 x1
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Durham, New Hampshire 03824
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"I have been working as a therapist since 1991, and in private practice for the last 12 years. I consider the therapeutic relationship very important, as is the fit between counselor and client. I like for our work to be collaborative and interactive, so it is together that we will be navigating your path of awareness and unfolding. I consider myself an eclectic therapist, drawing mainly from Psychodynamic, Relational, and Emotionally Focused Therapy models. My speciality is working with couples, helping you and your partner develop a sense of safety between each of you, allowing for trust and vulnerability."
Silvia R Von Sacken, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Hampstead, New Hampshire 03841
"**Scheduling new people January '20** I have met and worked successfully with adults, children and their families in the midst of their own unique life transitions caused by divorce and /or remarriage, death of loved one(s), career upheaval, children leaving home, and military deployment and reintegration. During these times people arrive worried or frightened, angry, confused and in search of meaning. We develop a path to understanding: their feelings and beliefs about change, the symptoms they are experiencing and how to manage and reduce them, and coming to an understanding about how life can be familiar and satisfying again. "
(603) 244-3591
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Hampstead, New Hampshire 03841
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"**Scheduling new people January '20** I have met and worked successfully with adults, children and their families in the midst of their own unique life transitions caused by divorce and /or remarriage, death of loved one(s), career upheaval, children leaving home, and military deployment and reintegration. During these times people arrive worried or frightened, angry, confused and in search of meaning. We develop a path to understanding: their feelings and beliefs about change, the symptoms they are experiencing and how to manage and reduce them, and coming to an understanding about how life can be familiar and satisfying again. "
Patricia Taylor, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Manchester, New Hampshire 03102
"Dr. Taylor received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. She went on to earn her M.A. and Ph.D. in Developmental-Clinical Psychology from the University of Maine in Orono, Maine. She completed an APA-accredited predoctoral internship training program at Westchester Jewish Community Services in Yonkers, New York, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship with Maine Child Psychology in Bangor, Maine. She was working in independent practice in rural Maine prior to joining The Counseling Center of Nashua in 2018. "
(603) 945-9782
Verified
Manchester, New Hampshire 03102
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"Dr. Taylor received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. She went on to earn her M.A. and Ph.D. in Developmental-Clinical Psychology from the University of Maine in Orono, Maine. She completed an APA-accredited predoctoral internship training program at Westchester Jewish Community Services in Yonkers, New York, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship with Maine Child Psychology in Bangor, Maine. She was working in independent practice in rural Maine prior to joining The Counseling Center of Nashua in 2018. "
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Jaffrey, New Hampshire 03452
"My goal is to help strengthen families, and to teach coping strategies to help both children and adults manage their emotions and behaviors."
(603) 505-8593
Verified
Jaffrey, New Hampshire 03452
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"My goal is to help strengthen families, and to teach coping strategies to help both children and adults manage their emotions and behaviors."
Gretchen Cook Dominiak, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
"I work with adults and college students facing a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress management, relationship problems, and identity questions. I provide a safe, supportive environment in which people can address difficult feelings and thoughts in order to increase self-awareness and facilitate healthy change."
(603) 819-4181
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Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
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"I work with adults and college students facing a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress management, relationship problems, and identity questions. I provide a safe, supportive environment in which people can address difficult feelings and thoughts in order to increase self-awareness and facilitate healthy change."
Airi Mooers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CTRS/L
Verified by Psychology Today
Dover, New Hampshire 03820
"I particularly enjoy working with individuals who have struggled with, or are resistant to traditional therapy. Navigating life's challenges can feel overwhelming, and for many, it can be difficult to express these feelings using only words. Instead, we see changes in behavior which are often concerning for loved ones, and confusing for the individual. When working with clients, I frequently incorporate experiential activities to support them as they process experiences, discover individual strengths, and develop new skills to move through life with confidence. "
(603) 276-3094
Verified
Dover, New Hampshire 03820
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"I particularly enjoy working with individuals who have struggled with, or are resistant to traditional therapy. Navigating life's challenges can feel overwhelming, and for many, it can be difficult to express these feelings using only words. Instead, we see changes in behavior which are often concerning for loved ones, and confusing for the individual. When working with clients, I frequently incorporate experiential activities to support them as they process experiences, discover individual strengths, and develop new skills to move through life with confidence. "
Brissette Counseling Services, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, MLADC
Verified by Psychology Today
Rochester, New Hampshire 03867
"Are you feeling out of control? Are you drinking or using other substances to manage the situation? Are people around using as well? I can help. Give a call to schedule an appointment."
(833) 879-8265
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Rochester, New Hampshire 03867
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"Are you feeling out of control? Are you drinking or using other substances to manage the situation? Are people around using as well? I can help. Give a call to schedule an appointment."
Martha McClure, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Warner, New Hampshire 03278
"A lot of people find themselves considering therapy when a situation or experience seems beyond their ability to manage. Talking to someone outside the situation is helpful. I tend to listen and respond in a fairly straightforward manner. I appreciate the opportunity to help a person remember their innate wellness and invite them to engage the counselling process with curiosity, presence, courage, and a bit of lightness. I've discovered that most of the challenges we meet in life are doorways to our growth and unfolding."
(720) 571-7308
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Warner, New Hampshire 03278
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"A lot of people find themselves considering therapy when a situation or experience seems beyond their ability to manage. Talking to someone outside the situation is helpful. I tend to listen and respond in a fairly straightforward manner. I appreciate the opportunity to help a person remember their innate wellness and invite them to engage the counselling process with curiosity, presence, courage, and a bit of lightness. I've discovered that most of the challenges we meet in life are doorways to our growth and unfolding."
Jacqueline Pollner, Counselor
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Bedford, New Hampshire 03110
"*NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS AT THIS TIME* At times life presents challenges that can feel overwhelming, confusing and leave us questioning how to overcome them. However, I believe that teaching clients skills to develop greater self-awareness and self-acceptance can provide them the opportunities to manage and survive crisis situations, regulate their emotions, improve their communication in relationships and ultimately take control of their recovery. My approach to treatment can be described as collaborative, warm and supportive, while also being directive in coaching clients to practice evidence-based skills. "
(888) 634-9520
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Bedford, New Hampshire 03110
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"*NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS AT THIS TIME* At times life presents challenges that can feel overwhelming, confusing and leave us questioning how to overcome them. However, I believe that teaching clients skills to develop greater self-awareness and self-acceptance can provide them the opportunities to manage and survive crisis situations, regulate their emotions, improve their communication in relationships and ultimately take control of their recovery. My approach to treatment can be described as collaborative, warm and supportive, while also being directive in coaching clients to practice evidence-based skills. "
Sheila Bryan, LICSW, Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Salem, New Hampshire 03079
"I like to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere when you come to my office. Comfortable seating, scented candles burning, and a relaxed feeling as if you were at home in your living room. I see people for individual, couples/marital, and family therapy. I treat anxiety, depression, PTSD, anger management, and life stage transitions such as high school/college graduation, retirement, and early exit from the workforce due to disability. My work hours are M-Th from 12-9 pm, 8 pm is my last appointment time of the day. Please note, I do not see children under the age of 13 but can give you a referral if needed."
(603) 785-2948
Verified
Salem, New Hampshire 03079
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"I like to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere when you come to my office. Comfortable seating, scented candles burning, and a relaxed feeling as if you were at home in your living room. I see people for individual, couples/marital, and family therapy. I treat anxiety, depression, PTSD, anger management, and life stage transitions such as high school/college graduation, retirement, and early exit from the workforce due to disability. My work hours are M-Th from 12-9 pm, 8 pm is my last appointment time of the day. Please note, I do not see children under the age of 13 but can give you a referral if needed."
Wendy Marie Prescott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Keene, New Hampshire 03431
"My specialty is working with adolescents who are struggling with low self esteem, depression, and situational challenges. Life is hard, and adolescence can be full of unforeseen issues. I work with clients and their families to improve communication, and create a manageable dynamic at home. Teens and adolescents need help developing healthy coping skills, and challenging negative thoughts. My job is to teach them these skills so they can utilize them in the real world."
(603) 338-9346
Verified
Keene, New Hampshire 03431
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"My specialty is working with adolescents who are struggling with low self esteem, depression, and situational challenges. Life is hard, and adolescence can be full of unforeseen issues. I work with clients and their families to improve communication, and create a manageable dynamic at home. Teens and adolescents need help developing healthy coping skills, and challenging negative thoughts. My job is to teach them these skills so they can utilize them in the real world."
Northern Lights Counseling, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Claremont, New Hampshire 03743
"Trained and experienced in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and Internal Family Systems, I offer counseling to adults, teens, and families that combines strength-based approaches which respect each client's unique history and growth process. I work together with each client to develop treatment goals which reflect that client's hopes and dreams. Client goals may include personal growth, less conflict and more rewarding relationship, family, or work experiences, and release from the haunting effects of the past. For teens and young adults, facilitating the learning of safer alternatives than high-risk behaviors, and a stable satisfying journey towards independence and adulthood."
(603) 326-4079
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Claremont, New Hampshire 03743
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"Trained and experienced in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and Internal Family Systems, I offer counseling to adults, teens, and families that combines strength-based approaches which respect each client's unique history and growth process. I work together with each client to develop treatment goals which reflect that client's hopes and dreams. Client goals may include personal growth, less conflict and more rewarding relationship, family, or work experiences, and release from the haunting effects of the past. For teens and young adults, facilitating the learning of safer alternatives than high-risk behaviors, and a stable satisfying journey towards independence and adulthood."
Margot Walker, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC
Verified by Psychology Today
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
"Therapy is a collaboration between me and you, where we both participate in helping you feel better. It is not a quick process, but I am dedicated to putting in the time and effort you deserve. I became a therapist because I believe there is always hope in difficult situations. There are many different things that can make life hard; addiction, divorce, death, trauma, relationships, loss, mental illness, parenting a teen, simply being a teenager. My specialties are working with teenagers, adults, and people affected by addiction as well as anxiety and depression. I also help parents develop skills to support their teen. "
(844) 267-9307
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Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
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"Therapy is a collaboration between me and you, where we both participate in helping you feel better. It is not a quick process, but I am dedicated to putting in the time and effort you deserve. I became a therapist because I believe there is always hope in difficult situations. There are many different things that can make life hard; addiction, divorce, death, trauma, relationships, loss, mental illness, parenting a teen, simply being a teenager. My specialties are working with teenagers, adults, and people affected by addiction as well as anxiety and depression. I also help parents develop skills to support their teen. "

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