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Therapists in Derry

Katie LaPlant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Derry
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with children, teens, and adults to improve their overall health and wellbeing both as an individual and/or as a family. I believe that we are born with intuition as a means of helping us make decisions regarding our health and wellbeing. I believe that we learn through life and experiences to ignore those intuitions based on what our society expects. By understanding our struggles and learning how to balance the areas of mind, body and spirit , I believe we can achieve a life of peace and happiness. I use a variety of techniques depending on the age and needs of my client.
(603) 446-6770
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Rich Kania, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Derry
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC
“Substance Abuse LADC evaluations for the court system are my specialty. If you are without a driver's license, I will make house calls in Rockingham and Hillsboro Counties. Night and week-end appointments are available for your convenience. I also offer a revolutionary hypnosis based Relapse Prevention program that is an alternative to 12 Step support. Visit my website at http://RichKania.com and call me for a telephone consultation to address your needs.
(978) 767-9291
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
“My ideal client(s) are those who are ready to be in therapy, to make conscience choices to better their lives, are talkative, on-time, and ready to work. To hear the truth, even if it's painful, open to suggestions to better their lives, can tell me I'm wrong if they think I am, have open, honest dialogue.
(603) 874-1079
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Rachel B Boles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Derry
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LICSW
“I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with over 10 years experience providing therapy to individuals, couples and families. My training background is diverse with an approach that is thoughtful, caring, and pragmatic. I received a Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) from Columbia University and a Bachelors Degree in Social Welfare (BSW) from the State University of New York @ Albany. I am a psychotherapist working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I provide individual counseling as well as consultations and assessments.
(603) 601-4679
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Derry Psychotherapy Services, Richard C. Donovan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Derry
“I am a certified clinical traumatologist and psychotherapist.It is my hope to help you feel better.Whether its depression,fear worry,anxiety,stress,child problems,relationshiop concerns or family issues,we as a team will seek the solutions that will help you embrace the life you seek for yourself.
(603) 809-5193
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Carrie Swarthout, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Derry
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Carrie Swarthout has a master's degree in marriage and family therapy from Antioch University New England and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in New Hampshire. Carrie has worked with couples, families, and children throughout her career. Carrie has worked providing home-based services to high-risk families and youth and has provided school-based services to adolescents. She also has experience working with military members in the deployment cycle. Carrie has extensive experience working with trauma, domestic violence, youth behavioral issues, and families experiencing a wide variety of issues.
(603) 941-4453
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Cheryl A Laurenza, Counselor  in Derry
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LCMHC, NCC, ACS, CPCS, LPC
“Struggling? Marriage in trouble? Relationships problematic? Feeling alone and unheard? There is hope. I work together with my clients to identify these, and focus on where they have originated as well as giving you tools to help in the here and now. I have worked with many individuals, male and female, older teens, as well as couples to help them on their journey. Depression, Anxiety, Low Self Esteem, Infidelity, Childhood Sexual Abuse, Shame, and others. Group starting soon..Adult Women survivors of sexual abuse...see group section for details...call today
(678) 661-4434
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Kelly Parsons, Counselor  in Derry
“Do you want to move on with your life? If you feel alone or like you're the only one in this, I will join with you in getting where you want to be. . Specialties: anxiety, depression, relationships, and feeling low self esteem. I give what I would want myself - respect & helpful feedback. I know you want to feel better-FAST. I respect that after working with thousands of clients who have phobia's, OCD, chronic worry, marriage or relationship problems, loss, and communication issues. It is so hard dealing with panic attacks and even phobias (driving highways, social anxiety, heights, and flying are common).
(603) 819-4733
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Aspire - The Center for Positive Change, Counselor  in Derry
“Are you struggling with life's challenges? Are you depressed or anxious? Are you having difficulty with your family or children? I have 10+ years of experience in a variety of settings working with families, children, adolescents and adults. I believe that if you are motivated to make change, then change is possible. I'm here to help you make that change. I believe in finding the positive in a negative situation by switching the way you think about things.
(603) 446-6851
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
George Samuels, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Derry
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MSW, BCD
“I provide an integration of cognitive-behavioral, family and play therapies to treat children's anxiety, phobias, fears, obsessions and compulsions, depression, behavior problems, school problems, trauma, stress, and attachment problems. I work with adolescents and adults, using cognitive-behavioral therapy to treat anxiety, panic, phobias, depression and grief, school or work problems, obsessions and compulsions, and stress related disorders. I work from an emotionally focused perspective with families and couples on relationship problems, blended family difficulties, post-adoption problems, parent-adolescent conflicts, and infertility, miscarriage and pregnancy loss.
(603) 601-4259
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Andrea Paquette, Psychiatric Nurse  in Derry
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Psychiatric Nurse, APRN, PNP-BC, PMHS-BC, AHN-BC
“I use an integrative approach to treatment for women, adolescents and children. This involves combining natural treatments with conventional methods to re-balance the body systems and brain chemistry. Non-medication treatments include cognitive behavioral therapy, behavior modification techniques, psychological counseling, relaxation and mindfulness training, parenting support, nutritional counseling and dietary supplementation. Clients who benefit from an integrative approach to care may feel that traditional medical approaches have not alleviated the problem or the symptoms are being treated but not the underlying cause. They may feel exhausted, stressed, overwhelmed or bored. Overall energy, motivation or enjoyment of life may be decreased.
(603) 236-7433
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Noreen Daly-Eytel, Counselor  in Derry
“How are you coping with your current stressors? Are your skills working for you? I believe that Counseling is a collaborative effort between the client and the professional. Life today moves much faster and is more complicated than ever before; many people find it helpful to have a supportive, encouraging professional to help sort things out. As different changes come into our lives, it can be reassuring to have someone familiar with the way we think available to help us transition through these changes.
(603) 319-1724
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Karen F. Arsenault, Counselor  in Derry
“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
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Sheila Bryan, LICSW, Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Derry
“I like to provide a warm and inviting atmosphere when you come to my office. Comfortable seating, scented candles burning, and a relaxed feeling as if you were at home in your living room. I see people for individual, couples/marital, and family therapy. I treat anxiety/panic attacks, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) particularly related to childhood trauma/neglect/abuse, anger management, and life stage transitions such as high school/college graduation, retirement, early exit from the workforce due to disability, and caregiver stress. I have over 16 years of experience working with all ages from adolescents to elders.
(603) 272-6092
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Kathryn May, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Derry
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I offer couples guidance and tools to figure out what's not working in your relationship and how to stop your pain. I can help you discover untapped personal power you didn't even know you had, to change your experience of your relationship from helpless dissatisfaction to purposeful enjoyment. Can I wave a magic wand over your partner and transform him or her into the "perfect mate"? Of course not. but I can teach you how to develop and use your own personal strengths and resources in ways you've never imagined, to invite positive change from both of you.
(603) 547-9459
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA-LMFT
“Ms. Norrod believes in the strength and resourcefulness of individuals, and in the value of family and relationship. She has specific training in the treatment of OCD and other anxiety disorders using CBT and Exposure Response Prevention exercises. She welcomes those new and old to the process of growth.
(603) 556-8669
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
“Member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
(603) 944-9538
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
“A recent, chance encounter with a former client entering the supermarket reveals much about the impact of therapy. Approaching and asking if I remembered her, she thanked me profusely for virtually saving her life which had been in disarray. Leaving out the personal details of our meetings, she focused on my willingness to listen as she unburdened herself of troubling events and emotions. Importantly, she revealed that my calm demeanor and capacity to focus on the postive aspects of her life and her future allowed her to agther strength and move forward through difficult times toward a happier, more fulfilled life.
(603) 556-4143
Office is near:
Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Charles Bussison, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Derry
“I have always believed that the best approach to resolving personal concerns is to maximize that individuals physical,spiritual, and psychological resources .I use an active,engaging approach to resolving your issues. Together we choose from a wide range of evidence based strategies to resolve your problems.My clients get "better" because they know I am committed to their progress.
(603) 446-6749
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Derry, New Hampshire 03038
Peter Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Derry
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW, MSW
“With almost 30 years in the field of mental health and wellness, I am a strong believer that therapy can be a powerful and instrumental force in enhancing one's quality of life and personal growth.A meaningful therapeutic experience should involve some element of self discovery and be based on a partnership of mutual commitment.Your 1st visit will consist of gathering some background history,identifying the issues and concerns affecting your life and considering how we will pursue our work together.I share an office suite with two other therapists.Our setting is quiet and comfortable.
(603) 878-5823
Office is near:
Derry, New Hampshire 03038

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