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Therapists in Whitefield

Area auto widened to Coos County - no Therapists were found in the city of Whitefield, NH.
Patricia A Grondin, Counselor  in Lancaster
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LCMHC, DCC, NCC, MEd
“Are you tired of worrying and feeling disappointed by your coworkers, your loved ones, or yourself? Is there something really bothering you that you cannot let go of? Do you wish you could experience life in the moment more? Do you want someone who will really listen to you and help you to set realistic and attainable goals for yourself? I believe I can help you.
(603) 967-4638
Lancaster, New Hampshire 03584
David Gotjen, LCMHC, Counselor  in Berlin
“I have experience working with children, starting about age 8, adolescents, and adults, in individual, family, and couples therapy covering problems with relationships, behavior, anxiety, depression, trauma, and bereavement. My primary focus is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with the goal of helping people improve their emotional lives while assisting them to find balance in their thoughts and actions.
(603) 563-0736
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Berlin, New Hampshire 03570
“I bring to the practice of psychotherapy a doctoral degree in theology as well as psychology and 17 years of teaching Religious Studies on the college level. I am ready to assist clients who feel they have been harmed psychologically by religion or spirituality and to draw on religion or spirituality as sources of healing. I have no interest in promoting any particular tradition and will ignore these topics if so asked. I have specific training and experience in the treatment or trauma resulting from abuse and neglect, domestic violence, war, torture or accidents.
(603) 819-5071
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Berlin, New Hampshire 03570
Spruce Mountain Inn, Treatment Facility  in Berlin
“Spruce Mountain Inn offers a structured, comprehensive treatment program that combines therapeutic/psychiatric intervention, vocational/educational development, dual diagnosis treatment and skills training within the context of a supportive community. Each participant works with a multidisciplinary treatment team.The program is structured as a continuum of service with residential treatment, monitored apartment living, unsupervised group housing and off site apartments.
(802) 505-7208
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Berlin, New Hampshire 03570
Hunter School, Treatment Facility  in Berlin
“The Hunter School is a private, non-profit co-educational school located on Stinson Lake, surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest. Our 137 acre campus offers a wide range of strength based programming opportunities to address the educational, emotional and physical needs of children experiencing ADHD, academic underachievement, Aspergers, oppositional behaviors, anxiety, depression, impulsivity and social problems. Founded by Thom Hartmann, the author of numerous books on ADHD and radio talk show host, the Hunter School follows Thom's philosophy that basing the educational methods on a child's unique way of experiencing and perceiving the world, will allow the child to flourish in academics and behavior.
(603) 718-3948
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Berlin, New Hampshire 03570
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Whitefield have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
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