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Therapists in Portsmouth

John Iudice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MLADC
“There are multiple effective treatments available for people who use alcohol and drugs. I recognize that each individual's unique situation and reasons for using drugs and alcohol can be understood in order to determine together what treatment fits best, rather than prescribing the same treatment to everyone seeking help. The goal is to improve your life so that drug and alcohol use decreases or stops, not to stop use and wait for your life to improve. I am happy to work with people who aren't certain they have a problem or who want to cut down.
(603) 374-7160
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Wendy Quinn, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, LADC, ADTR
“With twenty-five years of experience in the field of mental health, Dr. Quinn specializes in the effective treatment of eating disorders, addictions & trauma through individual, couples & family therapy for adults, children and adolescents. In treating clients with eating disorders, Dr. Quinn works closely with families, primary care physicians, psychiatrists and inpatient facilities to coordinate treatment. Dr. Quinn often incorporates expressive therapies (art & movement) with verbal therapy to access inner pain and promote deep healing.
(603) 685-3145
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Ellen Hirshberg, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“Because of what has happened or not happened to us in our lives, we develop particular stories and patterned beliefs about ourselves that limit our capacity to be alive and open in the present moment. These stories and beliefs make it difficult for us to change and to create the lives we want. Words and talking encourage staying with these stories and beliefs and solidify them in the brain's neural networks. Working with images through dreams, sandplay, simply-made visual maps, and with the body's postures and patterns, surprises us with new information and insight so previously unknown possibilities can emerge.
(603) 446-6226
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Meredith Orchard-Blowen, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“Welcome to my practice- I provide psychotherapy and substance abuse services to individuals, couples and families. I am committed to working with diverse individuals, ages 14 and older, tailoring varied therapeutic methods as needed to best support them in creating meaningful change in their lives. I am equally committed to working with couples; providing space and support to deepen their connection, further their communication skills and enable them to move more successfully through conflict. Additionally, I provide court ordered substance abuse treatment and evaluations; offering clients a non-judgmental space to explore the impact of substance abuse on their lives. I look forward to hearing from you-
(603) 678-4304
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Mary Richardson Satterthwaite, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
“It has been an honor to be practicing for more than 30 years as a psychotherapist, working individually with children, adolescents and adults, as well as with families and couples. I appreciate the amount of courage it takes for clients to enter therapy. My approach is collaborative, based on connection and trust. We work together as a team, forming goals and strategies. My E.F.T.C. (Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy) approach has been particularly effective in helping couples enhance their relationship by gaining access to their attachment longings.
(603) 782-4135
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Brad Lebo, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“Like most psychologists, I've been trained to diagnose and treat all behavioral health conditions. In addition, I've trained to work with business founders, owners and managers who are navigating the challenges of being successful and are on their way to becoming even more successful. If this is you, I'm ready to help.
(603) 522-7975
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Marilyn Wanyo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“A PLACE FOR HEALING. A PLACE TO BEGIN AGAIN. In the safety of my office you can untangle troubles and resolve problems. I help you build the life you have been longing for, become the person you would like to be and appreciate the person you already are. Singles or couples can learn skills to find or build a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship.
(603) 821-4870
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Michael Hendery, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“Essentially, my clinical work focuses on helping adults and adolescents work through the many forms of suffering, including anxiety, depression, and relationship conflict. Often it is something that cannot be easily put into words. An initial consultation will seek to find these words, identify relevant symptoms, and set realistic goals for the psychotherapy. If we both agree that working together is a good fit, then we will begin the pursuit of these goals. Otherwise, I will help find the right clinician for you.
(603) 601-4245
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Tradeport Counseling and Mediation Associates, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“The professionals at TCMA are committed to supporting individuals and families through difficult and challenging life moments. Our treatment philosophy is that people should receive only the services most appropriate to their specific needs, personal orientation and presenting problems. We employ only those counseling approaches that adhere to the highest standards of our profession and believe the counseling process is successful only when the work is done between both the counselor and the client.
(603) 371-2073
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
“Emotions are complicated. Relationships are complicated. And these complex issues can create an enormous amount of stress and anxiety in our lives. Working from a positive, strengths-based approach, my goal is to help you find the tools to navigate these challenges in order to restore harmony in your life. I offer a safe, non-judgmental therapeutic environment focused on mindfulness, understanding and managing emotions and stress, and increasing success in relationships.
(603) 819-4327
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Richard Tomb, Psychiatrist  in Portsmouth
“If you are reading this, it may be because you feel dissatisfaction with something in your life. It may be about your job, or your relationships, but you may have begun to suspect it is really about yourself. I work with people like you, to carefully assess and find new ways to help you find satisfaction in your life. This could involve therapy or medication; I will review the options and give you the information you need to decide. I will then work with you to achieve the goals.
(603) 586-0143
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Candace C Wheeler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
“Join me in an exploration of better understanding why you're feeling discomfort in your life. Then we can map some strategies for relief. I have had over 35 years of experience working with individuals and couples who are stuck in a dark pattern of their lives whether it is related to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, affairs, or grief. Sometimes we just have a sense that something isn't quite right. Other times there is trauma that haunts our present life.
(603) 952-4159
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Kit McCann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I believe that every person has a story to tell, and that being able to find beauty, strength and empowerment through one's own story is the true nature of therapy. Every person exists within the constellation of their community, and no matter whether that community consists of a family, a partnership, or a social group, being able to find peace and positive energy within that community is attainable and worth the journey. Though we are accustomed to telling our narratives using voice, I have found that art, music, and writing can also be powerful tools for change.
(603) 346-4918
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Nicole MacDonald - Integrative Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“Do you find your self chronically worrying or engaging in negative "self-talk"? Do you need to lower your stress level and want a natural, non-pharmaceutical option? You are far more than just a body to medicate or a mind to control. You are a unique emotional, social and spiritual being. To truly heal and bring your best self forward, you need therapies that don't leave important aspects of you out. By combining natural remedies with holistic counseling you'll finally be supported fully, and the true source of your problems can be acknowledged and addressed.
(650) 567-4374
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Gretchen L Estes, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“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
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Sheila Jenkins, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, MLADC
“I provide counseling to individuals on a variety of issues including depression/anxiety,anger management, substance abuse, addiction, compulsive behaviors,and stress management. Counseling sessions are tailored to your goals: either short-term, focusing on a specific issue, or longer-term, addressing ongoing personal growth. If you are looking for ways to gain a better understanding of yourself, change old behavior patterns, learn new ways to cope with stress then counseling can help you. What you can expect from counseling is compassion, and understanding, new perspectives on negative feelings and behaviors, and strategies for creating positive changes in your life.
(603) 244-3939
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, ACSW
“With any change comes loss and with any loss, there can be grief... and sometimes relief. Grief and loss are not just for those who have lost a loved one. I have been a practicing social worker for approximately 40 years, and a clinician in the Seacoast area for over 25 years with 20 years in hospice. It's not just about death and dying, it's also about living...living the best possible life, and because everyone dies, every human issue can surface. What is on your mind today and what is getting in your way for living that best possible life?
(603) 664-3042
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
“In my private practice in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, I am available to see adults, adolescents and children in individual, couple and family therapy. With over forty years of professional experience, I have a solid background in psychological counseling along with holistic, body/mind, complementary, and creative-expressive therapies in order to accommodate the needs of each client. I appreciate that each individual and every situation is unique. In order to facilitate your interest for therapy with respect, competence and consideration I draw from a wide range of knowledge and professional experience.
(603) 556-4656
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Sally Wool, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MEd, LMHC, MLADC
“Being 60+ and a hospice volunteer has heightened my sensitivity to the issues of aging well. My belief is that people are inherently resilient, and therefore capable of seeing the past in a way that can benefit the future. The therapeutic process is a blend of science and art, parallel to life, a journey (with frequent benchmarks) rather than a destination.
(603) 267-4367
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Deborah Emery-Gigliotti, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“I carefully treat the obstacles that can get in the way of your healthy lifestyle. That might be feelings of despair due to a life situation or feelngs of being overwhelmed due to depression or anxiety. Maybe your life has taken a turn that you are not comfortable with and you need some guidance to assist you in "getting back on track". My goal is to achieve a partnership with the client that will result in a development of client self awareness and self actualization -- to become more mindful of yourself and your environment.
(603) 505-8309
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801

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