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Therapists in Portsmouth

Dana Peters, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portsmouth
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MEd, MLADC
“I am a Masters level Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor with over 30 years of experience in the assessment, treatment, and prevention of addictions and co-occurring disorders. I specialize in the treatment of opiate dependence, and work closely with medical providers in that specialty. I also have extensive experience with DWI aftercare services, as well as court-mandated counseling. I am available to provide substance use evaluations for courts, schools, attorneys, and families.
(603) 427-6858
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Anath Golomb, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“I enjoy helping people improve their experience of family life. Many people have difficult relations with parents, partners or children. My training helps me understand challenges families face as children develop and marriages unfold through positive and painful surprises. Sometimes family members must weigh personal needs against the wishes of those they love. I also focus on core difficulties that interfere with school or work, including interpersonal conflict, anxiety, and uncertainty about professional choices.
(603) 967-4961
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
Sonya Bruner, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“Deciding to seek help for yourself or a loved one takes courage and strength. I believe that each individual has the capacity to grow and change throughout the life span. My training and experience can assist you in developing skills to address current difficulties, process past experiences, and learn to live life fully in the present.**
(603) 952-3491
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
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
Karen M. Pearson, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“Psychotherapy as I practice it is a dynamic interchange between you and I that has as its' goals troublesome symptom reduction and long lasting internal and relational change. Interpersonal patterns and unresolved personal, life and relationship issues become the foci of change as they are most causal to anxiety, depression and other symptoms that impede healthy emotional functioning. My interest and expertise lie in the areas of young adult/adult development, the psychology of women, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma experiences, relational functioning and personality development. I maintain a healthy respect for the interplay between mind and body.
(207) 482-0430
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
Nancy Tomb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Are you worrying about things so much and so often that it seems to take up most of your life? Do you experience panic attacks? Are you feeling unhappy in your marriage or other important relationship? Do you have trouble sustaining relationships or even making them? Are you sad most of the time? Does it feel like you live under a black cloud? Is it hard to get motivated? Has your life been affected by trauma or difficult early family relationships? I can help you to cope with these problems and have a more satisfying life.
(603) 652-1848
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
Janice George, Counselor  in Portsmouth
“I ENJOY WORKING with adult individuals in short-term and intensive forms of psychotherapy. I draw on a range of theories and techniques to inform my effort to understand your communications compassionately and effectively. People seek therapy for many different reasons. Some people hope for deeper understanding and fulfillment in their lives. Others may feel stuck in distressing patterns that prevent them from feeling satisfied, from connecting with others or from finding meaning in their lives. Others would like help with a specific difficulty such as depression, or come to terms with a painful or traumatic past. Others may want to speak more freely.
(603) 319-1896
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03802
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
Jason Oppenheim, Psy.D., PLLC, Psychologist  in Portsmouth
“In my practice, I aid clients in managing symptoms of depression, anxiety and other difficult experiences through self exploration, increasing a sense of control, and changing problematic patterns. You have unique knowledge of your life and I have an objective viewpoint and training. Through an increased understanding of the various aspects of your concerns and problems, together we can aid you in improving areas in your life that may benefit from change.
(617) 250-7430
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
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
Joanne Lindbom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“I believe that when people feel understood, they have the best opportunity to successfully address life's challenges. Finding a therapist with whom you can talk honestly--one who can help you find the words to explain your feelings--can be life-changing. Creating a trusted relationship with a therapist can be the first step in developing the tools to live a life that feels richer and more authentic.
(603) 433-7291
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
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
Jennifer Gaudreau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with individuals across the life span in short term solution focused or long term psycho dynamic-relational psychotherapy. My expertise includes treatment of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship conflicts, sexual intimacy conflicts, co-dependency, grief and loss, (including divorce and widowhood), spiritual/religious issues and complex trauma (emotional, physical, or sexual abuse history.) While I primarily work with adults I also see pre-teens and adolescents. I have experience with and am sensitive to working with people in the LGBT community. I also have experience with and enjoy working with people from all religious backgrounds.
(603) 769-8130
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Judy Wilbur-Albertson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portsmouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSS, ACSW, LICSW
“My psychotherapy practice is dedicated to relieving the suffering and psychological difficulties that often result from sexual, physical and/or emotional trauma. In an atmosphere that is safe and compassionate, I will work with you to resolve the issues that impair your ability to live a full, satisfying life. In general, your therapy process will focus on defining and understanding problems, and learning to utilize the strengths and abilities that will resolve them. In this way your capacity for self-awareness and self-empowerment is enhanced, and the process of personal change and growth--of "healing"--goes forward.
(603) 379-6178
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
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