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Therapists in Exeter

David C Nichols, Psychologist  in Exeter
“As a solution focused therapist I use various treatment approaches, depending on the particular problem that a patient brings. My style as a therapist is to be very active and involved.
(603) 686-7062
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Center for Integral Wellness, Counselor  in Exeter
“Wouldn't it be nice to be in the presence of an authentic, genuine person that has the capacity to listen deeply to your unique concerns and facilitate an experience of being understood? -- A person that welcomes you as a unique individual and has the capacity to work with you in a collaborative and creative manner. I am experienced in creating the kind of relationship that allows you to feel comfortable and safe with just being yourself. Grounded with this intention, we co-create the space and trust required for improving the quality of your life and wellness.
(603) 505-4695
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Alisa Hurwitz, Psychologist  in Exeter
“I employ aspects of positive psychology in order to utilize individual strengths in treatment. My areas of professional interest include multicultural issues, adolescents with conduct or oppositional defiant behavior, depression, anxiety, family therapy, spirituality, and trauma. I have developed a specialty in providing individual cognitive behavioral therapy for children, adolescents, and young adults on the autism spectrum, including Asperger's Syndrome. My treatment approach is based on the relational, cognitive behavioral, and structural family therapy theoretical approaches. I accept most insurances and appointments can be scheduled online 24 hours a day.
(603) 329-3725 x340
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
“I provide individual, group and family therapy services as well as psychological testing to children, adolescents and young adults. My treatment approach is collaborative and is based on the cognitive behavioral, relational and family systems theoretical approaches.
(603) 678-4547
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Marcia Floden Nicoll,   in Exeter
MEd, Counsel, Coach
“Many people ask what is Life Skills Coaching? Coaching provides support, training, and tools to help individuals grow in their personal, professional and social lives. As a life skills coach, I provide an interactive and comfortable environment to help my clients address a variety of areas relevant to personal and professional change. My area of expertise is working with relationship issues, building self-esteem and confidence, the Sandwich Generation and anger issues. I believe that helping clients understand their core self - creates change in a positive way. I enjoy working with both adolescence and the adult population.
(603) 276-3767
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Claire Houston, Counselor  in Exeter
“Anything that stops you from feeling eager, energetic, and curious is worth exploring in therapy. Feel better, live better.
(603) 819-5236
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
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.
(603) 499-4569 x14
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Mimi Armellino, Psychiatrist  in Exeter
“As a psychiatrist with osteopathic training, I have a unique perspective of treatment, one of total body and mind wellness. My focus is to maximize your well being and mental health via emphasis on self-exploration, physical health, and relationship skills. Empathic and compassionate care are central to my practice. I look forward to guiding your journey toward self-awareness and better health.
(603) 592-5494
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Barbara D Henricks, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Exeter
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MDiv, MLADC, SAP
“Addiction hurts. I have spent the past twenty-five years working with those whose lives have been affected by their own or someone else's' substance abuse. There is hope. People can and do recover, restoring freedom to their lives, every day. Even so, it often feels like things will never change. My goal as your provider is to help you through the necessary losses and transitions of recovery so that you can create the life you want. A life that feels better.
(603) 383-5379
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Steven C Henricks, Psychiatrist  in Exeter
“I am a board-certified adult psychiatrist in private practice in Exeter, New Hampshire. I have a profound interest in and commitment to the vocation of depth psychotherapy. In addition to careful attention to your life history and presenting problems, our work together often involves close examination of unconscious phenomena, including dreams, and nightmares, and sometimes spontaneous art and active imagination (engaging the unconscious while awake). My clients often have a history of trauma, especially childhood trauma. They often have been painfully alienated from others and have a strong connection to the unconscious and to nature.
(603) 567-4228
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Jane C. Woodward, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Exeter
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“****Hello, I apologize, but I am not taking new clients at this time. I expect to start taking intake calls in mid February, 2015.****I believe every client is different, and have never ascribed to one-size-fits-all therapy. I look forward to meeting clients, truly hearing their concerns, and collaborating on a plan. I follow the latest research on mindfulness, and the neuroscience of therapy, which shows that we can actually change the neural pathways, allowing us to approach our lives in more positive, productive ways. These are exciting times for those who believe the therapy relationship can be transformative!
(603) 773-5899
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Jennifer Cogan, Counselor  in Exeter
“Have you been feeling overwhelmed, sad, or anxious? Maybe you are looking to learn new skills, improve your relationships, or change some unbalanced thoughts or behaviors. Therapy may be the first step toward living a happier and more fulfilling life. I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to your individual needs to help you meet your goals.
(603) 828-5220
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Douglas Stephens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Exeter
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, EdD, LICSW, LMFT, BCD
“As a board-certified therapist, I work with couples, families, adults and adolescents with a variety of difficulties. I have been a couples and family therapist for over 30 years, with postgraduate training through several programs, including Menninger Foundation's Family Therapy Program. My practice is in two locations: with PCS, an interfaith counseling center based in Manchester, with a service site in Portsmouth; and a private practice in Exeter.
(603) 547-9242
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hello and welcome...thank you for your interest in my practice. While there are many different therapeutic approaches, the most important and effective quality you should look for in a therapist is someone that you feel comfortable with. My specialties include working with individuals and couples who are successful in many aspects of their lives, but want to improve their relationships, career or work dynamics, or are seeking support in dealing with life transitions, loss, depression or anxiety.
(603) 965-2728 x18
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Jill Nooney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Exeter
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I feel I have the best job in the world.It is a privilege to work with people who want to change and I feel honored to be part of their journey. I am amazed by the courage I see in my office weekly. I have been part of a wonderful group practice for twenty years, The Exeter Counseling Center, and we are happy to meet with other family members as needed.
(603) 819-4154 x10
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Margaret Anne Duncan, Psychologist  in Exeter
“I have many years of experience as a Clinical Psychologist helping individuals, couples, and families improve their lives and relationships. I will be committed to your development within the safety of a confidential and ethical relationship. I believe that a collaborative relationship is at the heart of any truly successful therapy process. There are times when change may be difficult, even painful. Yet it becomes possible to move ahead when the psychologist and client join together as equal partners.
(603) 795-0265
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Jody Ransom, Psychologist  in Exeter
“Are you tired of judging your body and yourself harshly? Would you like to feel better about yourself and more comfortable in your body? Body image concerns and eating patterns that are out of balance can interfere with our capacity to live joyfully. With 25 years experience treating eating disorders, I have come to believe that orienting to ourselves with acceptance, developing trust in ourselves, and developing our capacities for present-moment awareness are crucial in the healing process. I collaborate with clients to clarify their intentions and to create an atmosphere of acceptance and mindful awareness which facilitates positive change.
(603) 952-4434
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Phyllis Craig, Psychologist  in Exeter
“I use a positive, interactive approach to discover with the patient what might be creating anxiety, depression, or self-limiting behaviors. Patients who want a collaborative relationship and who are curious to learn about themselves can discover, through an approach appropriate for each unique individual, how to release old patterns and access creative energy, confidence and insight . PTSD, phobias, mood disorders, transitions, grief and loss, identity issues, traumas, phobias, relationships and family issues are common areas of concern.
(978) 965-4174 x23
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
“Ms. Dumont practices psychiatric nursing with adolescents and adults, including the psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic treatment and management of broad spectrum mental health conditions, with specialty interests in depression, anxiety, and attention deficits. Ms. Dumont ascribes to an "evidence based" approach to her practice and has a substantive interest in the psychological impact of women's developmental and reproductive events on mental health.
(603) 836-4820
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
Rita Laffey Holmes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Exeter
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hello and congratulations on taking the first step toward self-enrichment. I work from a mindfulness-based, holistic perspective, acknowledging the many aspects that contribute to one's well-being. My areas of expertise include issues of adoption and attachment, along with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. Open to working with individuals from any spiritual background, I am uniquely qualified in Buddhist Psychology. With more than twenty years of study and practice, I am an active member of the Triratna Buddhist Order, where I am also known as "Saricitta" (She who has the heart/mind like a waterfall, flowing with compassion to all beings.)
(603) 329-3111
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833

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