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Autism Therapists in New Hampshire (NH)

KVAdaptive,   in Nashua
“KVAdaptive was founded to serve a new generation of parent/teacher: at home with the iPhone but lost in the sea of (sometimes dubious) Autism information. KVA Specializes in treating Autism and other disorders that affect behavior. Using the priniples of applied behavior analysis, or ABA. We travel to your home to deliver effective, lasting, treatment. PLEASE NOTE: although I am happy to treat a wide range of behavioral issues, I can only bill insurance for Autism at present. All others will be out of pocket.
Autism
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Nashua, New Hampshire 03063
Erin Neely, Psychologist  in Greenland
“Hello! I am a child psychologist with a private practice in Greenland, NH. I specialize in treating children on the autism spectrum. When one works with children with a spectrum diagnosis, this also means that that I specialize in treating ADHD and other forms of executive skill challenges, all types of anxiety, challenging behaviors, and sensory processing disorders. I also have experience working with children who have been adopted.
Autism
(603) 601-4669
Greenland, New Hampshire 03840
Sarah V Revels, Counselor  in Newmarket
“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.
Autism
(603) 239-3380
Newmarket, New Hampshire 03857
“Dr. Caroline Cashman earned her B.A. in Psychology, with honors, from the University of Chicago. She earned her Master's and Doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, San Francisco Bay campus. Dr. Cashman has worked with clients in several different settings including a residential substance abuse program, a treatment center for children ages 0-6 who had experienced abuse and neglect, and a community mental health center where she completed her APA accredited predoctoral internship and postdoctoral hours working with children of all ages and their families presenting with a wide range of difficulties.
Autism
(603) 819-4114
Nashua, New Hampshire 03064
Joan P Scanlon, Psychologist  in Nashua
“Offering tools for adults to manage current life difficulties cannot be effective without a positive, and supportive, working relationship that builds upon strengths. I am particularly interested in working with older adults, or families facing the care of a loved one who is declining. I underwent post-doctoral training at Harvard teaching hospitals in both geriatrics and pediatric assessment, and have been practicing for over 30 years.
Autism
(603) 351-4651
Nashua, New Hampshire 03063
Richard Warren, Psychologist  in Exeter
“I am a clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience helping individuals and families. Working with adult, adolescent, and elderly clients, my focus is on developing a supportive, collaborative relationship in which my clients can better understand themselves, their emotions, and the sources of and solutions to their depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. My approach involves helping people develop new ways of dealing with their emotions and relationships and develop positive and meaningful approaches for navigating a wide range of life challenges and transitions.
Autism
(603) 499-4569 x14
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCMHC
“I understand how difficult it is to consider or be referred for mental health care for yourself, child or family, and also understand how difficult making the first appointment may be. I hope that you can take comfort in that each client I have accepted into my practice has chosen to remain in my care. Life problems are seldom isolated, and I take the time to listen and to design a plan to help you, your child, or family to develop mental, emotional and spiritual health and resilience. White Stone Counseling of New Hampshire is dedicated to helping children, individuals, couples, and families experience high quality care in a compassionate and caring environment. Regardless of what difficulties you are facing, your age or gender, you are welcome here. I answer each phone call personally, and if you are seeking immediate help for your child or family, offer appointments within 24 hours. As well, I have extensive experience in working with school systems, and attend IEP meetings and/or 504 meetings when appropriate and asked by the parent.
Autism
(603) 718-3951
Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
Miriam Voran, Psychologist  in West Lebanon
“Psychotherapy, at its best, helps you accept yourself, your strengths and weaknesses, your virtues and vices. I'll help you harness your healthy drive to grow and grapple with your inhibitions--those old coping strategies that kept you balanced but now impede your growth. Gradually, through understanding, through self-knowledge, you'll shake off their yoke, and more freely cultivate your relationships and enjoy your own chosen work. In this way, I'll help you give your past its rightful place, not as the prison it has been, but as the prologue to your authentic creative life.
Autism
(603) 952-4093
West Lebanon, New Hampshire 03784
Susan G Vonderheide, Psychologist  in Nashua
“Clients feel comfortable when they come to my office. I always strive to let them decide how much they want to disclose and what they want to accomplish in counseling. The first session is the time when we talk about their lives, goals, stresses, relationships, and past history. My training at the University of Connecticut was in cognitive-behavioral therapy, so I am solution-oriented with a combination of emotion, cognition and behavior. My patients are often asked to read books and other subject matter, as well as engage in various suggested assignments between counseling sessions.
Autism
(603) 379-6057
Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
Denise Moquin, Psychologist  in Manchester
“We all have the capacity to improve the quality of our lives, however doing so may involve the need to make changes. These changes may include, but are not limited to, modifying our situation, behaviors, or responses. These changes also may include altering the way we interpret events. But sometimes change can be difficult, especially when we try it alone. I work with people to identify obstacles that interfere with their quality of life and then assist them in making changes that will expand the quality of their lives. I offer individual and group therapy, couples counseling, and cognitive testing.
Autism
(603) 635-4047
Manchester, New Hampshire 03104
“I am a licensed clinical mental health counselor and have been in the field for over 30 years. I have worked in the community mental health system, residential programs, and private practice. While I see myself as an eclectic generalist, there has been an emphasis in my working with children and families. I am guided by a systems orientation, seeing children in terms of family relationships and the outward expanding concentric circles of school and community that round out their ecology. In assessing children I look to three categorical capacities, i.e., capacity for connection, collaboration, and drive toward competence.
Autism
(603) 421-6561
Newport, New Hampshire 03773
Between Us Associates PLLC, Counselor  in Manchester
“Between Us Associates Is a outpatient behavioral health practice that offers collaborative, goal-oriented therapeutic solutions and support services to help our clients overcome a variety of life's challenges. Utilizing an Integrated Approach, our treatment team draws on experience in both individual counseling and couples and family therapy to assist our clients in finding healthy solutions to a wide range of life challenges.
Autism
(603) 317-5116
Manchester, New Hampshire 03104
Derek T Edge, Counselor  in Manchester
“I provide assessment, treatment, & consultation in areas of domestic & sexual violence, anger management, & a variety of behavior & mental health disorders. I currently offer a number of weekly group and individual sessions. I have provided direct treatment & clinical oversight to children & adults in secure residential treatment settings, forensic settings, community corrections, & on an out-patient basis in New Hampshire & New York. I primarily adhere to Cognitive Therapy & Rational Emotive Therapy approaches, as well as Applied Behavior Analysis techniques.
Autism
(603) 712-5858
Manchester, New Hampshire 03103
Melissa Perrino, Counselor  in Claremont
“I can't promise to fix all of your problems but I can promise you won't need to face them all alone. Looking for a therapist is a courageous first step toward a new way of living. Whether you're seeking help for a specific problem, looking to heal deep wounds, or simply desire the tools to live a more fulfilling life, I welcome the opportunity to help. I utilize a variety of psychotherapy approaches, choosing the best techniques to fit your unique needs.
Autism
(802) 277-3780
Claremont, New Hampshire 03743
Spidaliere Psychological Associates, Counselor  in Nashua
“Spidaliere Psychological Associates is a group therapy practice comprised of eight well trained and seasoned mental health clinicians whose aim is to work with you to improve your psychological well-being. Through the exploration of issues dating from childhood to the present, therapy can be used to assist you in the altering of your current perspectives while aiding you in the pursuit of a healthier and fuller life.
Autism
(603) 685-4644
Nashua, New Hampshire 03062
Elizabeth Doppler - Bourassa, Psychologist  in Dover
“I have over 10 years of experience working with children from infancy through adolescence and their families. I have learned that when children are dealing with difficult feelings or adjusting to life changes that it is often hard to put their experiences into words. As a result, they show us with their behaviors. I enjoy helping children with a variety of issues find ways to express themselves through the art of play, storytelling, and other creative processes.
Autism
(603) 625-0010
Dover, New Hampshire 03820
David J Corriss, Psychologist  in Dover
“Are you looking for help and answers to you or a family member's struggles with attention, memory, behaviors or emotions that are interfering with school or work performances, leading to interpersonal problems with others and family members, or resulting in unhappiness? I provide useful and comprehensive psychological diagnostic assessments that provide answers and direction in alleviating these issues. I offer psychotherapy to alleviate symptoms through an understanding of your unique patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting in order to strengthen what is helping or change that which is no longer effective in dealing with life's stresses.
Autism
(603) 499-7106 x103
Dover, New Hampshire 03820
Karen F. Arsenault, Counselor  in Manchester
“For many years, I have viewed the process of therapy as putting together a puzzle. Insights, observations and increasing levels of awareness obtained during the therapeutic process allow an individual to evolve into the person he/she wants to become. This may involve shifting some "pieces" or examining them in a different way, or taking a careful look at the "big picture." As a therapist, I see my role in this process as being one of collaborator - providing warmth, genuineness and encouragement as the pieces come together in a meaningful way.
Autism
(603) 967-4482
Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
Cathy Lebeaux, Counselor  in Keene
“I enjoy working with children, teens, adults, and families. I tailor the needs of my therapy sessions to what works best for each client. I work from a mind, body, and soul approach, and see a lot of clients dealing with trauma and abuse, grief and loss, and relationship and family issues. I often see children who have a multitude of issues including learning, communication, social, family, medical, grief and loss, and behavioral concerns. Teenagers maybe struggling to fit in and find their identity. Adults may be in transitional places in their lives and afraid and stuck.
Autism
(603) 287-4116
Keene, New Hampshire 03431
“I am a New Hampshire Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with over ten years experience working in residential, hospital, academic, and private practice settings. Sometimes it can be difficult for children and adolescents to be open to the idea of seeing a counselor. This can be exceptionally difficult if they are being asked to begin counseling for the first time. It is my goal to ensure that each of my clients, and their families/guardians feel comfortable with the counseling process from its beginning stages until counseling services are no longer necessary.
Autism
(603) 287-4184
Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264

Autism Therapists
If you're looking for help with autism in New Hampshire (NH) or for a New Hampshire (NH) autism Therapist these professionals provide autism help, autism therapy, autism counseling, autism treatment and therapy for autism. They include autism Therapists, autism psychologists, autism psychotherapists and autism counselors. A Therapist can help with diagnosis on the autism spectrum or aspergers in New Hampshire (NH). The professionals work with autism in children or children with autism, autism in adolescents or adolescents with autism and autism in adults or adults with autism.

New Hampshire (NH) Therapists work with autism behaviors in New Hampshire (NH) and autism disorder and follow autism research. These professionals can provide autism support or connect you to an autism network or support group or to autism training. Finally, Therapists provide support for parents of autistic children in New Hampshire (NH) or autistic kids and direct you to local autism resources.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in New Hampshire (NH) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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