Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
"Dr. Edwards specializes in individual psychotherapy with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, adjustment concerns, and many other psychological and/or behavioral problems. Although he tailors his therapeutic approach to each unique client and their circumstances, he often utilizes mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, brief dynamic relational therapy, EMDR, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and motivational interviewing to help his patients develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their experience."
(833) 434-6954
Verified
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
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"Dr. Edwards specializes in individual psychotherapy with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, adjustment concerns, and many other psychological and/or behavioral problems. Although he tailors his therapeutic approach to each unique client and their circumstances, he often utilizes mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, brief dynamic relational therapy, EMDR, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and motivational interviewing to help his patients develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their experience."
Lee Garland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
"Empowering. Experienced. Effective. I have 30+ years of working with individuals and couples to help heal conflicts, to work through grief, and to resolve problems. I listen and I care. I believe that the therapeutic relationship needs to be a good fit; you need to feel safe and comfortable. I believe the collaboration is built on compassion, trust and understanding; you need to know that you are not carrying your burden alone. I believe that each situation is unique and each individual and/or couple has their own specific challenges and goals."
(603) 605-0082
Verified
Office is near:
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
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"Empowering. Experienced. Effective. I have 30+ years of working with individuals and couples to help heal conflicts, to work through grief, and to resolve problems. I listen and I care. I believe that the therapeutic relationship needs to be a good fit; you need to feel safe and comfortable. I believe the collaboration is built on compassion, trust and understanding; you need to know that you are not carrying your burden alone. I believe that each situation is unique and each individual and/or couple has their own specific challenges and goals."
Catherine Gordon Cauthorne, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
"Your connection with a therapist/psychologist has to be comfortable and fit with your needs and expectations. I am versed in a multitude of approaches and therapies over my 35+ years of practice, and I individualize my approach to best fit the client and their wishes. I consider therapy a collaboration--I will offer resources, suggestions and approaches. You will ultimately control the process. I do this because it works, drawing from my extensive and expert knowledge and experience in the treatment of trauma, PTSD, and Dissociation. I also know that therapy dogs are very helpful and I have one."
(603) 734-5842
Verified
Office is near:
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
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"Your connection with a therapist/psychologist has to be comfortable and fit with your needs and expectations. I am versed in a multitude of approaches and therapies over my 35+ years of practice, and I individualize my approach to best fit the client and their wishes. I consider therapy a collaboration--I will offer resources, suggestions and approaches. You will ultimately control the process. I do this because it works, drawing from my extensive and expert knowledge and experience in the treatment of trauma, PTSD, and Dissociation. I also know that therapy dogs are very helpful and I have one."
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
"I work with clients who have been traumatized, helping them to process memories and manage emotions related to the trauma. I also work with families and help parents increase their skills. I address grief and bereavement issues, and facilitate a support group for people whose loved ones have been murdered, as well as seeing those people individually. I have experience working with dissociation."
(603) 952-3999
Verified
Office is near:
Dublin, New Hampshire 03444
"I work with clients who have been traumatized, helping them to process memories and manage emotions related to the trauma. I also work with families and help parents increase their skills. I address grief and bereavement issues, and facilitate a support group for people whose loved ones have been murdered, as well as seeing those people individually. I have experience working with dissociation."

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