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Therapists in Portsmouth

Amanda deWildt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“If you are a first responder or work in a high stress job that is affecting your personal or family life there is help to manage those symptoms and situations in order to enjoy life again. If you are diagnosed with PTSD there are ways to help manage and cope with those symptoms. It is my goal to help individuals and families reduce conflict, improve communication, and develop healthier relationships.
(603) 941-4338
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed with life right now? Could you use better coping skills to manage life transitions, whether it is relationship issues, parenting stress, body image/confidence problems, financial stress, or work changes? I would like to help you develop coping skills that can help you better manage stress, anxiety or depressive symptoms. As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, my goal is to help individuals, couples and families learn strategies for managing life stressors in order to increase their quality of life. Therapy is a collaborative effort that takes reflection, awareness, creativity and strength.
(603) 727-4293
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
Amy Blatchford, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed? It can be so scary and frustrating to think that your mind, emotions, and behaviors are out of your control. Whether this is a new feeling or you've struggled for a long time, I'm so glad you are reading my profile and thinking about seeking help. My focus is on empowering my clients to achieve their full potential and lead more rewarding lives. I am committed to providing a warm, caring environment where we can work together to clarify your struggles and set manageable, attainable goals.
(617) 381-4496
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Ann C Bliss, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“Psychotherapy requires team work. You are the expert in YOU and I am the expert in Psychology, Human Behavior, and Facilitation. Through mutual trust and honesty we can work on the issues you bring to treatment. Understanding your biological family history and current family history will help us uncover patterns and internal narratives which may present obstacles to your reaching your goals and experiencing balance and harmony in your life.
(603) 466-7134
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Allan Lurvey, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“I work with adults who are in crisis and those who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and relationship problems. I work from an emotional perspective helping people talk about their feelings and understand where they come from so they will be better able to understand themselves and relate to others more effectively. Sometimes those feelings are about the pains of the present and sometimes they are about the pains of the past. I help people sort out these feelings, find their proper place, let go of old wounds and find the feelings that lead to postive connections.
(603) 755-6477
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
Brad Lebo, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“I take a pragmatic and down-to-earth approach to helping others. This is true whether the challenge is in learning at school, relating to others, leading others, figuring out what to do with oneself (at work/in a relationship), or getting through the day without feeling paralyzed by worry or sadness. I rely on testing frequently to help focus the work and accelerate progress. I welcome inquires about my background and experience. Thanks again.
(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. Lasting love doesn't just happen. It takes time, effort, and most importantly, knowledge. You have to know WHAT TO DO to make your relationship work. The key to a successful marriage is not finding the right person; it is finding a way to love (once again) the person you have already found...to learn together how to create the relationship you have been longing for.
(603) 821-4870
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Nancy Maiello, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Does anxiety keep you awake at night? Are you a victim of abuse and it haunts you? Depressed? Eating/weight concerns? Looking for support? 20+ years experience,adults,free phone consult. Call today and take your first step towards positive change. Together we can create practical solutions.
(207) 358-4875
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Rachel Armstrong, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“As a clinical psychologist, I help adults make meaningful changes in their life and address roadblocks that lie in their way. Whether you are struggling with issues related to relationships, illness, family, work, stress, sexuality, or other life changes, I can help you find your way.
(603) 505-8270
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Adrienne Cress, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“As your therapist I aim to help you engage in your life and relationships in a way that is healthy and meaningful. I believe strongly in the innate resources that exist within every human being to heal and grow. In our work together we will build upon these strengths and explore together effective new paths for change and resolution. I work with adults, adolescents and children who have found themselves in need of help and change.
(603) 787-5179
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
Julie Hensel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with adults and children providing individual and family therapy. My expertise is in treating issues related to divorce, bereavement, relationship conflict, and parenting. I offer a safe and supportive environment for you and I to collaborate in addressing challenges resulting from past or current life experiences.
(603) 617-3256
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
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
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
Mark D Moses, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“I feel honored to be engaged in this work and gratified when the individuals, couples and families whom I serve 'find their way'... healing, growing and discovering the possibilities in their lives.The benefits from psychotherapy may be symptomatic relief and solutions to presenting concerns. You also may learn to better cope with your family or other relationships, thus experiencing more satisfaction from those relationships. Another possible benefit may be a better understanding of your personal goals and values towards making life decisions.
(603) 728-4515
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Elisa Monahan, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“We all share common experiences filled with a range of sorrow and joy as we journey through life. It can be easy during these challenging seasons to become overwhelmed by the emotions and the trials of everyday life. Navigating relationships, careers, finances, family, and daily responsibilities can easily become burdensome. I am a licensed and experienced counselor and I welcome the opportunity to help you find healing from your past, strength in your present, and a genuine hope for your future...in the midst of whatever you may be facing.
(603) 953-5637
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Linda Tremblay, Counselor  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MLADC, LCMHC, CHT
“Are you looking to continue your healing journey and be the best you can be? Are you stuck in negative emotions?, unproductive patterns in your relationships? Have you been in talk therapy and want to try a different approach? Call me or e-mail me to learn more about hypnotherapy as a healing tool or EMDR (eye movement desensitizing reprocessing).
(603) 509-3107
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801

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