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Aion Recovery "A Luxury Treatment Facility", Treatment Facility  in Manchester
“At Aion, we believe in providing exemplary, individualized, and holistic drug and alcohol treatment to empower you in your journey toward recovery. Aion Recovery Center was built on the foundation of expert clinicians who set the high standard for our staff and encourage breaking free from the "cookie cutter" philosophy to find unique and creative methods of individualized recovery. Our sole intention at Aion is to improve the quality of life for those who are suffering from the disease of addiction, regardless of financial resources. Let us help you to regain your love for life, sober and free from the grips of addiction.
(561) 325-6909
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Manchester, New Hampshire 03103
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Bayard Herndon, Pastoral Counselor  in Hampton
“Pastoral psychotherapy draws upon psychology and theology to assist persons in resolving problems and facilitating growth processes. There are periods in life when stresses require that one enter into a close relationship with a person to find clarity and direction. I help persons evaluate and enrich their lives through this kind of relationship. Everyone is welcome and treated with respect, compassion, and dignity.
(603) 379-6232
Hampton, New Hampshire 03842
Theodore Austin, Psychologist  in Bow
“As a clinical psychologist, I have had the privilege of providing a range of services with a diverse clientele. However, the most rewarding aspect of my work is providing psychotherapy and assessment services to adults and adolescents who benefit from the collaborative and welcoming environment I strive to provide. I use a variety of approaches in accordance with each client's unique issues, goals, and experiences. This clinical flexibility, combined with a solid working alliance, offers the straightest path to meeting one's goals, whether these involve alleviation of symptoms or simply a greater understanding of one's self.
(603) 262-3419
Bow, New Hampshire 03304
“I provide treatment in Amesbury and my family farm in Kensington. My farm provides a peaceful setting where I co-facilitate with my two horses and two minature donkeys. I have treated individuals, couples, families and groups for 12 years. I am a warm and compassionate person who tailors your treatment to your needs and goals. I treat each one of my clients as an individual. It is my belief that many of my clients are unrecognized heroes and I am grateful to be a part of their journeys of growth and change.
(508) 213-8107
Kensington, New Hampshire 03833
“I have been treating adults and adolescents for many years. I specialize and have extensive training in substance abuse, depression and anxiety and PTSD. I work with dbt in the treatment of borderline personality disorder. I also have experience in relationship issues and am a certified life coach. I can help you set goals and REACH them!
(603) 986-7589
North Conway, New Hampshire 03860
Michelle Gosselin Wright, Counselor  in Bedford
“Reaching out for help can be a significant first step when you are stuck and working toward change. Perhaps depression or anxiety are draining your energy. Perhaps you are struggling with one of the key relationships in your life such as with your kids, spouse, significant other, parents, friends, or co-workers. I help individuals, couples, and families move closer to their goals of greater hope, joy, peace, and connection.
(603) 546-7638
Bedford, New Hampshire 03110
Jessica Deleault, Counselor  in Concord
“I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and have been working as a counselor for over ten years. I enjoy working with individuals, from adolescence through adulthood, as well as couples and families. My practice includes working with people to alleviate depression, anxiety and stress, to improve self-esteem, and to help people cope with loss, relationship and parenting issues. By increasing self-awareness, enhancing healthy coping strategies and improving communication skills, I support clients in reaching their full potential.
(603) 685-4867 x28
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
George A Torrice, Counselor  in Manchester
“Thank you for giving me the opportunity to introduce myself and my practice. I am a Masters' Degree level mental health counselor licensed by the State of New Hampshire. I received my Masters of Art degree from Rivier College in Nashua, NH. I have been treating clients since 1988.
(603) 836-6225
Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
Bonnie Cote  in Manchester
“Bonnie is a Resident Psychotherapist whose goal is to promote wellness of the whole individual- Mind, Body, and Spirit. She works with Adults and Adolescents along their journey of personal growth and self exploration treating a variety of issues including, Anxiety, Depression, Grief/Loss, and Eating Disorders. Additionally, she treats individuals experiencing Life transitions due to physical illness and it's impact on family and caregivers.
(603) 319-1473 x120
Manchester, New Hampshire 03104
Jamie Miller, LCMHC, Counselor  in Claremont
“I have been a therapist for 35 years, primarily working with individual adults and couples. I see psychotherapy as a supportive, collaborative process where we work together to make step-by-step changes toward a better sense of well-being and happiness. My specialties include depression, anxiety, family and job stress issues, life transitions, sexual abuse, trauma recovery and couples counseling. I enjoy working with gay and lesbian couples as well as with heterosexual couples, and, recently, with transgender issues. Together we will work on improving open and clear communication that respects your strengths and feelings and improves listening skills while resolving conflict.
(603) 262-1787
Claremont, New Hampshire 03743
Hadassah M. Ramsay, Psychologist  in Durham
Psychologist, PsyD
“"Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in getting up every time we do"- Confucius. Dr. Ramsay is a New Hampshire licensed clinical psychologist providing individual counseling to older adolescents and adults. Her office is located in Durham, NH. To learn more about her and the work she does, please visit
(603) 505-8953
Durham, New Hampshire 03824
Pamela Gallant, Psychologist  in Bow
“I have extensive experience assessing and treating individuals with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, ADHD, and family challenges. My established small group practice in the Concord area offers psychological and neuropsychological testing for ADHD, mood disorders, disabilities and social security evaluations. Additionally, I can provide assistance with college planning or career changes. My staff offers a variety of services such as Art Therapy, Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR and Group Therapy.
(603) 856-8163
Bow, New Hampshire 03304
Ozgur Akbas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Newington
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Wellness is more than an absence of problems; it is an experience of living life to the fullest. Recognizing that the resources for healing and negotiating interpersonal conflicts already exist within us, I rely on a sensitive understanding of each individual and the unique abilities they can further develop to achieve their goals.
(603) 446-6317 x245
Newington, New Hampshire 03801
Michael G. McCay, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Couples, families, individuals. I hope to help couples regain the closeness that you felt when you were first together. I hope to help families to resolve conflict and find new ways to be together in a way that brings the family closer together. I hope to help adults to resolve personal difficulties and to work through the barriers that keep you from having the kind of life that you want. I also hope to help children in foster care and adoptive homes be able to feel accepted and welcome parts of their new families.
(978) 297-6365
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Jodi Snow, Counselor  in Keene
“I am a licensed clinical mental health counselor specializing in providing family and individual counseling for children and young adults between the ages of 3 and 21. I have over 10 years experience working with children and families, specifically with foster children and families involved with DCYF and DJJS. I have specialized training and experience working with children who have experienced trauma and who are diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder in addition to treating children and families with a wide variety of emotional and behavioral issues such as anxiety, depression, OCD, and ADHD.
(603) 729-3815
Keene, New Hampshire 03431
Carol Sutcliffe, Counselor  in Londonderry
“Change is an integral part of life. At some point or other, we all face changes. Changes can be very difficult. I strive to help my clients to identify and understand their needs and steps they can take to begin to promote positive change in their lives. I work with people who are facing challenges in their relationships, with their jobs, with managing their weight and coping with anxiety. I enjoy working with all ages, and in particular focus on adolescents and adults. I have access to medication providers who may also be able to assist you with your coping skills and change process.
(603) 346-4927
Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
Lori Olson, Counselor  in Concord
“If you have anxiety, depression, family conflict, oppositional children, domestic violence/domestic abuse, low-self-esteem, under-performance, poor motivation, unresolved trauma and/or chronic pain and medical issues, there is at least one or more underlying, unresolved attachment/relationship issue(s) to address. Balanced, right relationships with self and others is the key to feeling healthy and whole; evidence based studies in neuroscience demonstrates the effectiveness of emotion-focused and trauma-focused therapies I use. These therapies are not only highly effective, they are brief solution therapies that can lead to making long-lasting positive change.
(603) 287-1104
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
Andrea Parsons, LCMHC, Psychotherapist,   in Newington
“Are you stressed and overwhelmed with the chaos in your life? Has your relationship gone from loving and supportive to angry and hurtful? Do you know that something isn't right but unsure how to fix it? I can help you develop a more loving relationship, live a more purpose filled life, help you get back in control of your life and develop steps toward your goals. It is exactly these types of struggles that counseling or therapy can really help you sort through. Call me, leave a message. Let's get you back to where you want to be.
(603) 952-3373
Newington, New Hampshire 03801
Robert W Sturke, Psychologist  in Concord
“Life sometimes brings unexpected, troubling and confusing events into our lives that are difficult to cope with and to understand. My goal in our meetings with you is to assist you in coming to terms with these unexpected turns, changing what can be changed and accepting what cannot. In a collaborative partnership, I attempt to bring a practical, problem-solving approach to helping you understand your dilemmas and to provide a safe, comfortable and respectful environment for you to explore possible resolutions. I also conduct Brief Focused Assessments (e.g. Divorce/Parenting issues, Pre-Bariatric Surgery, Anger/Domestic Violence).
(603) 276-3273
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
Mountain Valley Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Pike
“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
Pike, New Hampshire 03780
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