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Therapists in Hanover

R. Adam Dickey, Psychologist  in Hanover
“Working collaboratively with you, I strive to build a relationship where you feel safe, comfortable, and aware of your therapeutic goals. My interventions draw from a variety of counseling techniques tailored to your needs, with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral as well as relational psychotherapy.
(603) 379-6687
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Kelly Wheaton, Psychologist  in Hanover
“I am a Clinical Psychologist on the faculty at Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine. After completing my postdoctoral fellowship at Dartmouth, I joined Hanover Psychiatry where I specialize in the care of young children, adolescents, and families. I have extensive training and experience in the treatment of a broad range of childhood psychopathology, including anxiety, depression, disruptive behaviors, trauma related disorders, and developmental and learning challenges. Additional areas of special interest and expertise include healthy adjustment to parental divorce, the birth of siblings, and adoption, grief and loss, and health concerns, including weight, sleep, and toileting.
(603) 326-3007
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Eleanor Lowenthal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hanover
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with couples, families and individuals to identify patterns of behavior that negatively impact their ability to function as the best versions of themselves. I use an existential focus to help clients navigate life changes, beginning with entering adolescence and progressing to moving away from home, marriage and relationship, birth of a child and loss or death of a loved one. I engage with my clients compassionately and collaboratively.
(802) 490-1535
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Brenda M Vale, Psychiatrist  in Hanover
“I see adolescents and adults for a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety and relationship difficulties. My treatment approach is primarily psychodynamic psychotherapy, which is well suited for someone who is curious about what drives them and wants to change behavioral patterns. I also prescribe medications for some of my psychotherapy patients. You are welcome to call to discuss treatment with me, or for help with referrals to other providers.
(603) 565-0215
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Gretchen Dominiak, Psychologist  in Hanover
Psychologist, PsyD
“I work with adults and college students facing a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress management, relationship problems, and identity questions. I provide a safe, supportive environment in which people can address difficult feelings and thoughts in order to increase self-awareness and facilitate healthy change.
(603) 819-4181
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Sarah Ackerman, Psychologist  in Hanover
“Although I have experience treating a broad array of diagnostic categories, my approach is centered on treating the whole person. I look toward an understanding of the behaviors, thoughts, feelings, and ways of interacting that individuals repeat in spite of a wish to behave differently. My focus is on helping patients hear beyond what they know themselves to be saying, which, in my experience, allows individuals to feel more freedom and less angst in being in the world. I find that I am most helpful with people who want to know themselves better, or feel differently on a deep level.
(603) 546-7648
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Margaret A. Buff, Psychiatric Nurse  in Hanover
“I am a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with offices in Amherst and Hanover, N.H. I offer medication management and/or individual therapy for adults over age 18.
(603) 499-4481
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Paul S Caver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hanover
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Emotions are among our greatest human resources, though in the struggles of our lives we can think of them as problems to solve or avoid at all costs. My efforts as a therapist go towards utilization of the emotions and the experiences that elicit them, to bring about transformation and healing. I work with adults, children, teens, parents, couples, and draw from a large background of experience and training. This includes cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnosis, attachment work, Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and EMDR. However, the primary value guiding the work is that the therapeutic relationship guides everything.
(802) 417-2384
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Hilary W Coons, Psychologist  in Hanover
“Good psychological care offers people relief from acute pain and new ways of framing the challenges they face. We will work together using a variety of tools, strategies, and insights that support your recovery and growth. Seeing you through this process is my greatest honor. My approach is integrative and responsive, intelligent and professional.
(603) 643-9717
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Nancy Hayes Kilgore, Pastoral Counselor  in Hanover
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MDiv, DMin, LPP
“As a pastoral psychotherapist with over twenty years' experience, I integrate spirituality and psychology, working with adults on depression and anxiety, grief and life transition, such as job change, moving, family changes and loss. I trained in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and incorporate this in my work with individuals as well as in mbct groups.
(603) 733-4544
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Gladys Frankel, Psychologist  in Hanover
“I am a Clinical Psychologist on the faculty at Dartmouth Medical School, formerly Weill Cornell Medical College and formerly an attending on the New York Presbyterian Eating Disorder Unit. I work with adults, adolescents, families and couples helping them with diverse challenges such as eating disorders,anxiety, depression, relationship issues, stress management, human potential, peak performance and brain fitness.
(603) 244-3381
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Nancy M Forsythe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hanover
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LICSW
“I bring the most current advances in psychotherapy to my work with couples and individuals, learning from the explosion of knowledge happening in the world of the body, emotions, and brain. I believe that I have an open style of respect and curiosity toward my clients. In 30 years of experience as a therapist and educator, I've worked in both community mental health and private practice as well as at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Psychiatry Department. Currently, my work includes a focus in private practice, and I hold a faculty position at Dartmouth Medical School.
(603) 601-4788
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Donna Steinberg, Psychologist  in Hanover
Psychologist, PhD, MEd
“My clientele seek help with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, parenting difficulties, relationship conflict, and major life transitions. Although I tailor the treatment plan to meet each individual's needs, the majority of my interventions are drawn from the cognitive-behavioral toolset. I seek to understand strengths, as well as the problems that bring people into my office. Using well-timed humor, relevant research information, and meaningful feedback, I collaboratively design treatment plans that feel "doable." Usually, my clients feel relief in the first few sessions.
(802) 449-4819
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Miriam R. Osofsky, Psychologist  in Hanover
“Whether I am with a child, teenager, adult, couple or family, I strive to earn my clients' trust with honesty, warmth and humor. We work collaboratively tÝ reduce symptoms like depression and anxiety, and to resolve problems in relationships. I help people identify patterns of thinking and acting that are getting in their way. We explore how these patterns emerged, and how to change them.
(603) 941-4334
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Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Dorie Porcelli, Counselor  in Hanover
“We all experience periods when stress has become overwhelming, when we have lost our direction and meaning in life, have experienced the loss of a beloved person, or are experiencing a life transition. It is my hope that our work together will offer a life-line to discovering a purpose and deeper connection to what is true for you and what is longing for expression. I work with adults in traditional methods of psychotherapy and mindfulness-based approaches. My purpose is to support your developing awareness into what is most skillful for living your highest potential for happiness and wellbeing.
(603) 819-4183
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Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Heather Trillium Toulmin, Counselor  in Hanover
“Working with children, teens and adults, I enjoy working together to solve problems. Knowing what you want to be better or different guides the process, whether it is to resolve past trauma, feel more comfortable in yourself and your purpose, or make sense of adoption / birth family concerns. I have additional experience in Progressive Counting (PC), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Attachment, and Social Thinking. This year I am thrilled to continue with intern Libbi Keith to assist with family and couples relational challenges and hopes!
(802) 823-1560
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Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Joseph Saginor, Psychologist  in Hanover
“My practice focuses on couple and individual therapy and includes in equal proportion women and men. I work collaboratively with clients as they increase self awareness, explore relationships, and find solutions to the challenges they face. I encourage an attitude of curiosity and looking at problems from new perspectives.
(603) 329-3738
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Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Barry N Waterson, Psychologist  in Hanover
“What seems to help people most is not changing thoughts or behaviors, or problem solving help, but rather to form a trusted alliance with a therapist who can gently but insistently help them to see and know their own defenses, repetitions and blind spots. Many individuals need a therapist who can listen patiently and give them time to develop trust and open up to their inner world of needs and wishes. When emotional problems come from a long history of hurtful and traumatic relationships, defenses that were once necessary for survival can get in the way of finding satisfaction in life.
(802) 546-0062
Office is near:
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Hilary A Lynch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hanover
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Often we come into the therapy relationship in pain, confused, and overwhelmed. I strive to create a safe, supportive, environment that focuses on easing the pain while developing greater self awareness. I work collaboratively with clients to help clarify what is important and valued in their lives and utilize this individual map to create change. This often can serves as a path out of a disorienting haze. My goal is to support clients in building a life that feels engaging, rewarding, and meaningful.
(802) 858-4290
Office is near:
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755
Mountain Valley Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Hanover
“Mountain Valley is one of the few residential treatment centers in the United States that focuses exclusively on the specialized needs of adolescents with anxiety disorders. This treatment specificity allows our staff to provide highly focused therapy, training, and treatment, and in turn, allows our residents to share common issues and goals. As part of an 1,800-acre nature reserve and working farm on the edge of New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest, Mountain Valley's unique setting provides our residents with an environment of tranquility, as well as a plethora of indoor and outdoor opportunities to work through their fears and personal challenges. This rural setting provides a striking and approachable alternative to the often intimidating and stigmatizing setting of a typical psychiatric hospital or large residential treatment center. As a comprehensive treatment program, we have developed a model of care that emphasizes the whole person, and not just clinical needs. Mountain Valley, a non-profit program, believes that the broader intellectual, social, and physical health of our residents must be addressed, so that our residents can graduate from our treatment program with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to overcome not only their anxiety, but other challenges in life.
(603) 329-3752 x7103
We serve:
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755

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