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Therapists in Durham

Susan Lynn Neal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Do you see people changing and wish you could too? Sometimes all a person needs is a little encouragement to move forward. Other times self motivation or outside forces make change more complicated. I have helped people of all ages find creative ways to change either by altering the way their approach to a problem or by finding peace within themselves through acceptance. I meet with individuals, couples and families and see that often magical things happen once internal or external obstacles are set aside. Life is an strange and wonderful adventure!
(603) 868-1366
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
“Relief comes with workable options that feel right to you. I do therapy with individuals and couples in day and evening hours from age 14 up & AD/HD evaluations from 6 up. I work with teens, adults, and retired individuals who feel stress, anxiety, or depression.
(603) 729-3615
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Ernie R Downs, Psychologist  in Durham
“Most people considering therapy are deep into the pattern Albert Einstein warned of: "...doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results." Sadly, when life isn't working it can be difficult or frightening to think of options other than the old ones which perpetuate the distress and dysfunction. Finally picking up the phone can be the beginning you need. To learn more about my practice please visit my website at: www.drerniedowns.com
(603) 878-5324
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Hadassah M. Ramsay, Psychologist  in Durham
“"Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in getting up every time we do"- Confucius. Dr. Ramsay is a New Hampshire licensed clinical psychologist providing individual counseling to older adolescents and adults. Her office is located in Durham, NH. To learn more about her and the work she does, please visit www.drhramsay.com
(603) 505-8953
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Joy Roddy Downs, Psychologist  in Durham
“Whatever the source of your struggles, if they are interfering with your goals, or the quality of your life, I hope you will reach out to someone. To learn more about my practice, please visit my website at: www.drjoydowns.com My office is located in Durham, NH. I work with clients 18 years old through adulthood.
(603) 370-3349
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Mill House Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Durham
“If your not sure where to start your search, or what type of therapist can help you, we can help you figure that out. Our therapists have different specialties making your search easier for you. Call us, leave a message and a Therapist will call you back and discuss your needs, answer questions, sort through your needs and direct you to one of our experienced clinicians.
(603) 941-4760
We serve:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Catherine Hiltz, Psychologist  in Durham
“I provide individual and family therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of concerns, difficulties, and/or challenges. May you or your child be looking for support and guidance through a challenging situation, ready to move in a new direction in life, or want to develop increased insight into your self and your life, I look forward to working with you and/or your child to better understand and resolve personal or life challenges.
(603) 586-0153
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Marci Morris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Everyone has the capacity to change. It is often the challenges of life stress, biology, and circumstances that keep us from becoming the person that we want to be. Therapy is a partnership and through mutual goal setting we can address the things that get in the way of your ability to do the things that are important to you. My professional experience has been with children and families and the challenges adults face as they create relationships or families of their own.
(603) 952-3284
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Jan Arsenault, Counselor  in Durham
“Changes that impact our lives call for grieving.Some of these changes may include coping with illness, coping with death, role & identity changes, job loss, divorce, relationship endings, loss of hopes, dreams. How one copes with these changes has profound impact on how we feel, think , experience the world. The NH Namaste Center seeks to be a safe cove during turbulent times. Confidential counseling can help bring hope and stability to your life. Services include individual or family visits, consultation, community education and professional workshops. I am the only counselor in NH holding the advanced credential Fellow in Thanatology (FT)
(603) 244-3170
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Julie J Mccabe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“"I now see how owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do"-Brene' Brown. We are all on a journey and deserve the opportunity to gain insight and understanding to life's challenges and to explore the possibility of change. I believe therapy offers these possibilities. My approach is collaborative and empowering, believing that we can find the answers and our own strengths'.
(603) 217-4207
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Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Sarah V Revels, Counselor  in Durham
“Using Expressive Art and Animal Assisted Interventions I work from a Cognitive Behavioral standpoint. My office is a safe place where you can focus on yourself. Everyone deserves and needs time for themselves. If you are experiencing a difficult life event, need to process and heal from trauma, want to learn better ways to communicate and interact with others or are simply looking to draw on your strengths and live life in a way that makes you happy Shug (my Swissy puppy) and I are glad to help. Give us a call and let's make a plan today.
(603) 239-3380
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Durham, New Hampshire 03824
William Lusenhop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, PhD, LICSW
“As of 8/1/13 I am unfortunately not able to accept new patients. Please feel free to check back periodically as this may change. Welcome! I offer compassionate and pragmatic help for a number of mental health and relational issues including the treatment of disorders such as anxiety and depression. But much of what I work with are what I refer to as the dilemmas of living, including issues in relationships, family life, and career struggles. The clients I see include working professionals, college students and young adults, stay at home parents needing support, as well as older adults.
(603) 819-4588
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Susan Stibler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, E-RYT, RYT
“Welcome! INNERPEACE HEALING ARTS is a place where you can create peace and fill your heart and spirit with joy! Meet your challenges and flow into the grace of your life. My specialty is in holistic healing approaches, along with mindfulness cognitive-behavioral therapy. Holistic body based therapies include yoga, meditation, movement, breathwork, deep relaxation, "Miracle Ball" release, embodyment, EFT, qi qong and hypnotherapy. Innerpeace Healing Arts provides services to adolescents, adults, couples, and groups, and offers life enhancing workshops and retreats.
(603) 244-3426
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Gretchen L Estes, Counselor  in Durham
“Welcome to my practice. With over 18 years as a practitioner in the mental health field, I have learned that at the heart of every successful clinical relationship is a strong therapeutic connection between the therapist and client. I consider it my responsibility to create a safe and nonjudgmental space that allows you to openly explore your thoughts and feelings. My approach is collaborative, present-focused, and solution-oriented. I also believe strongly in the connection between the mind and body and support a holistic approach to emotional health and wellness.
(603) 760-7464
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Joanne Lindbom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“I believe that when people feel understood, they have the best opportunity to successfully address life's challenges. Finding a therapist with whom you can talk honestly--one who can help you find the words to explain your feelings--can be life-changing. Creating a trusted relationship with a therapist can be the first step in developing the tools to live a life that feels richer and more authentic.
(603) 433-7291
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Tammy Sollenberger, Counselor  in Durham
“Do you become overwhelmed by emotions and the stressors in your life? Do you feel like others around you don't understand? Do you feel like you don't have the tools to cope? I provide a non-judgmental, supportive, listening ear to help people contain overwhelming emotions, manage their hectic lives, and improve their relationships.
(603) 329-3296
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Phil Harford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LICSW
“NOTE: My caseload is currently full. Please email me to be placed on a waiting list. As a professional counselor with 15 years of clinical experience, I seek foremost to provide an empathic, compassionate, and respectful experience for those who choose to work with me. For some, emotional and interpersonal health will require the resolution of past interpersonal and emotional trauma, whether large or small. Reducing internal conflict and and freeing oneself from defensive behavior that is no longer helpful can be the path to experiencing the freedom to live a meaningful life free of the limitations of anxiety and depression.
(603) 347-8712
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Shane Birkel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Everyone experiences struggles and tough times in life. During these times it can be helpful to have a therapist who is supportive and will guide you to gain insight that enables you to see new possibilities. In therapy we can address a variety of issues including relationship problems, work related stress, anger, depression, anxiety, and grief. I work with adult individuals and couples, college students, high school students, and children.
(603) 259-4515
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Alexandra Barbehenn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“I often have clients tell me that I am the first therapist that understands their situation and helps them make the changes they need to make. I believe in providing you a safe and private place to explore your experiences. Each of us wants to be heard for who we truly are. I am an experienced therapist who is committed to assisting you understand yourself and grow. I help you work toward what might have seemed impossible and bring it forth. People I've worked with have described me as warm and easy to talk to.
(603) 556-4800
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Susan E Norman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Durham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD, QCSW, ACSW
“As a Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work with 30 years experience, I've worked in hospitals, clinics, guidance centers, courts, and on psychiatric emergency teams. I have advanced training in eating disorders&depression and have consulted to the community on issues of ADHD, obesity,alcoholism, grief,parenting, geriatric care and trained graduate students from area colleges in short/ long term psychotherapy. The foundation of my training is psychodynamic. Additional training in cognitive behavior, family systems, and coaching, has created an integrated approach to my treatment of individuals, couples,and families. Careful assessment determines which approach best suits each patient.
(617) 446-3125
Office is near:
Durham, New Hampshire 03824

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