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Urdu Therapists in New Hampshire (NH)

Aion Recovery "An Affordable Luxury Treatment", 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.
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(561) 325-6909
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Manchester, New Hampshire 03103
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Karen F. Arsenault, Counselor  in Manchester
“For many years, I have viewed the process of therapy as putting together a puzzle. Insights, observations and increasing levels of awareness obtained during the therapeutic process allow an individual to evolve into the person he/she wants to become. This may involve shifting some "pieces" or examining them in a different way, or taking a careful look at the "big picture." As a therapist, I see my role in this process as being one of collaborator - providing warmth, genuineness and encouragement as the pieces come together in a meaningful way.
(603) 967-4482
Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
Laura Moorman,   in Conway
“Relationships are wonderful when everything is going well. Conversely, when things are not going well it's excruciatingly painful! I specialize in working with couples to over come the blocks that prevent them from having the relationship(s) they desire. Are you frustrated and tired of the same arguments again and again? Are you trying to recover from an infidelity? Working closely together I will create the space where you both can learn to replace the unhealthy with the skills necessary to take your relationship new levels of love and intimacy you deserve.
(603) 287-1978
Conway, New Hampshire 03818
Debra Braun Mills, Counselor  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LCMHC, MLADC, LMHC, LADC-
“By practicing for over 12 years, I have found that people change by feeling motivated and by seeing the benefit of making a difficult change. I provide psychotherapy that offers motivational treatment to utilize your strengths and help you decide what changes to make and how you will go about it. Using a solution-focused method of treatment, I see the work of a therapist as a collaborative partner in the process of change. I am equally committed to couples and family therapy; to help initiate new cycles of interaction, and foster a safe and supportive bond between partners.
(603) 509-3171
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
Lourdes Castillo Tangarone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hampstead
“I have been practicing for over 20 years. I am committed to helping my clients to improve their lives. I believe that anyone can benefit from counseling. There are no limits to one's potential. No matter where you are in life you can grow, through learning insights and skills to set personal life goals. I work with persons having major mental illness, as well as with those adjusting to transitions, change and loss. I offer a safe and supportive therapeutic environment. We will focus on your strengths, developing positive coping skills that improve your life and relationships with others.
(978) 986-0410
Hampstead, New Hampshire 03841
David J Corriss, Psychologist  in Dover
“Are you looking for help and answers to you or a family member's struggles with attention, memory, behaviors or emotions that are interfering with school or work performances, leading to interpersonal problems with others and family members, or resulting in unhappiness? I provide useful and comprehensive psychological diagnostic assessments that provide answers and direction in alleviating these issues. I offer psychotherapy to alleviate symptoms through an understanding of your unique patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting in order to strengthen what is helping or change that which is no longer effective in dealing with life's stresses.
(603) 499-7106 x103
Dover, New Hampshire 03820
Ann Bastille, Counselor  in Hudson
“General: With over 20 years of experience treating anxiety and depression, I have found that Cognitive Behavioral approaches will provide relief for you more rapidly than traditional talk therapies. I specialize in working with adults and teens in individual treatment. My office hours include evening hours for your convenience. I encourage you to call several therapists and ask them how they might approach the issue you are struggling with so that you can choose the person who is right for you. I look forward to hearing from you!
(603) 244-3053
Hudson, New Hampshire 03051
Patricia Ann Fennelly, Psychologist  in Londonderry
“We are all trying to live our lives the best we know. When what we know doesn't seem to be working, psychotherapy can be a big help. I truly enjoy working with a wide variety of clients, especially those who are open to learning new ways of handling life's challenges. I work best with people whose challenges lie in troubled relationships at home, work or school, have low self-esteem and self-doubt, fears, emotional exhaustion, and/or past trauma.
(603) 782-0998
Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
A Better Pathway, MApsych, MLADC, BC-DTR, SAP, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portsmouth
“Are there aspects of your life that you want or need to change? Have you attempted change before, with only limited success? Are you going through a difficult time in your life? Are life changes creating stress for you? Is it necessary to struggle or suffer when experienced help is available to you? We will work together to understand and approach the challenges in your life from a new perspective. In the process of addressing your individualized treatment, you will learn how to reduce stress and anxiety, enhance your overall health and well-being, and how to integrate these new skills into your everyday life.
(603) 473-4021
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Catherine Gordon Cauthorne, Psychologist  in Peterborough
“Your connection with a therapist/psychologist has to be comfortable, safe and fit with your needs and expectations. I am versed in a multitude of approaches and therapies over my 35+ years of practice, and I individualize my approach to best fit the client and their wishes. I consider therapy a collaboration--I will offer resources, suggestions and approaches. You will ultimately control the process. I do this because it works, drawing from my extensive knowledge and experience in the treatment of trauma, PTSD, and Dissociation (areas in which I am considered an expert).
(603) 734-5842
Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458
“My practice interests include Autism Spectrum Disorder, especially referred to as "High Functioning Autism" and those with related social-cognitive deficits, ADHD, anxiety and depression. I embrace a holistic, integrated, strengths-based, family-driven approach to promoting wellness. This translates into comprehensive assessment identifying areas of challenge,areas of strength and inherent protective factors. Strengths and protective factors may include family/friend network, humor, physical abilities, natural or spiritual gifts and faith. Building upon these innate strengths and values to promote peace, joy and facilitate the acquisition of essential life and social skills is essential for best possible outcomes.
(603) 780-4029
Nashua, New Hampshire 03064
Sandra Griffin Holbrook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Londonderry
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC
““How do we change? What makes change so difficult? These are vital questions when seeking help with overwhelming life difficulties. As a social worker who practices psychoanalytically-informed psychotherapy, I treat people seeking change. My focus is on helping my patients improve and deepen personal relationships, become more satisfied and productive in work, and change lifelong ways of coping that just aren't working. Change occurs through exploration in a safe and private environment where you can feel understood and where you can creatively discover new ways of addressing old problems.
(603) 425-2059
Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
Monicca Levesque, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Londonderry
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families who are eager to improve their lives and relationships. I work in a variety of ways to help you get what you want out of therapy. Most often that involves gaining relief from painful emotional symptoms, improving interpersonal relationships, becoming more productive at work and being freed to take more enjoyment out of life. My areas of interest are couples work, anxiety, depression, grief or loss, and parenting.
(603) 734-5668
Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
Susan G Vonderheide, Psychologist  in Nashua
“I am now working in a clinic setting for most of my practice at Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center in Nashua, NH at 45 High Street. My private practice is very limited and is mostly for psychological testing for pain patients and bariatric surgery patients.
(603) 379-6057
Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
Jennifer Rowe, Counselor  in Manchester
“Do you struggle with feeling depressed, hopeless or overwhelmed with stress or anxiety or doubt your ability to excel in school, at your job or in sports? Are you challenged by your child/teens behavior? Experiencing conflict, decreased emotional connection or intimacy in your relationship? I provide psychotherapy services to individuals, couples and families who are struggling to reach their professional, personal or athletic potential. I bring over eight years of experience working with anxiety, trauma, depression, performance anxiety with professionals and athletes and relationship conflict including communication and sexuality. I have experience with parenting challenges including parent/child/teen conflict and adolescent behavior problems.
(603) 769-8230 x6
Manchester, New Hampshire 03104
Julie Marsden, Psychologist  in Exeter
“I provide individual and couples psychotherapy to older adolescents and adults. My areas of special interest and expertise include sexual orientation issues, gender identity/transition, trauma recovery, healing from grief and loss, and managing relationship challenges. I have worked with a wide range of clients, including those struggling with mood disorders, suicidality, and self-injurious behaviors. I believe in a collaborative approach to psychotherapy that establishes a safe environment for exploration, healing, and growth. My approach is purposefully eclectic and based in relational, feminist, and cognitive-behavioral perspectives.
(603) 379-6370
Exeter, New Hampshire 03833
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
Nancy Foster Counselingnh, Counselor  in Manchester
“At James Foster & Associates,Ltd I provide compassionate, supportive and caring counseling services for children, couples, adolescents, adults and families. I understand and appreciate how difficult a decision it can be to seek counseling services. My first goal is to help you to feel welcomed, comfortable and safe. I will work with you from a place of respect and trust that allows for self exploration and growth. It can be difficult to take that first step but my hope is that we can find solutions to ease your tension, discomfort or pain. I look forward to meeting with you.
(603) 819-4898
Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
Alexandra Barbehenn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dover
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Are you curious about yourself and how you impact relationships and want to feel better? I often have clients tell me that I am the first therapist that understands their situation and helps them make the changes they need to make. I believe in providing you a safe and supportive place to explore your experiences. Each of us wants to be heard for who we truly are. I am an experienced therapist who is committed to assisting you understand yourself and grow. People I've worked with have described me as warm and easy to talk to.
(603) 556-4800
Dover, New Hampshire 03820
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Urdu Therapists
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