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Sex Therapy in Laconia, NH. See all therapists in Laconia. Office is near:. Offers online therapy. Do you often find yourself worrying all day long? Do you wake up feeling exhausted, even though you have gotten plenty of rest? Do you always feel like everything you do is just so hard to start? Are you struggling with negative thoughts on the daily? Do you often feel overwhelmed at just the slightest inconvenience? Do you feel like you've lost yourself? If any of these ring true for you, you have made it to the rightat the right time.
Welcome to the start of healing! View. I have always enjoyed coaching and mentoring people. I have clients tell me that I am very easy to talk with, and often people begin sharing parts of their lives that they have never told anyone.
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My studies while at Seminary made it clear that I was called to help people who are in need, and may be struggling with things that are affecting their life and happiness. I believe that by Inviting God into our discussions we have a chance to allow for healing of our whole being.
When we sit together at the feet of Jesus our lives can be made whole in Him. I create a comfortable environment that is accepting of all people, regardless of the place you are in or the hesitancy you may be feeling about beginning the process of therapy. I work with clients by developing a relationship through genuine and caring interactions, by meeting you in the present moment, and helping identify your strengths.
This can help people work through making Sex couples Laconia decisions, supporting life transitions, or managing mental illness. Not accepting new clients. My practice is currently full; I am not taking new clients.
I do psychotherapy with women.
All kinds of women, from all walks of life. Women who bring a wealth of different problems to the table -- eating disorders, depression, anxiety, histories of trauma -- but who share an underlying desire to restore a sense of power and agency in their lives. My therapeutic approach pulls primarily from psychoanalytic techniques but incorporates aspects of mindfulness and Internal Family Systems techniques to help patients stay present in the therapy and in their relationships.
Matching Therapists providing teletherapy to clients in New Hampshire. My approach to treatment is very client-centered - people enter treatment at various stages of readiness and I am here to meet you wherever you may be.
I understand the nuances of beginning therapy, meeting a new therapist, setting goals, sharing personal information, and ironing out your biggest concerns - even when you feel unsure. My hope is to help each client unlock their sources of happiness and hope so they can confront whatever challenges they are facing - mood issues, anxiety, substance issues, family dynamic concerns, trauma, interpersonal relationship issues, school-related problems, self-harm, gender issues, etc.
Sessions can offer a path toward more fulfillment personally and in relationships. Engaging in a rich and meaningful life requires knowing ourselves deeply and acting on intentional choices guided by our core values, feelings, and desires. Our relationships can become more intimate as we develop clarity about our needs and courage to be vulnerable with those we trust.
For over 30 years I have enjoyed providing psychotherapy that draws on the insights and techniques of psychology and the wisdom of spirituality to help people find meaningful answers to problems of living. About half of my practice is with individuals and the other half with couples. Therapy is a deep commitment to loving yourself. Currently Full. I find that a client is best served when they are listened to, validated, but also challenged to make positive change. That is why I take a cognitive behavioral approach to the counseling I do. Whether the client is or adult we all have the ability to learn from the past and make different choices for the future.
Do you have difficulty with feeling depressed, hopeless, or anxious? Do you and your partner have conflict, or do you lack emotional connection or intimacy together? Are there challenges with your adolescent?
I offer individual, couples and family therapy.
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I bring 21 years of experience working with family conflict, and also couple issues such as communication, sexuality, and infidelity. I bring experience with challenges connected to sexual orientation, a family member coming out, and same-gender relationships, as well as transgender and non-binary individuals. Offering evidence-based support for: Depression, racial Sex couples Laconia, anxiety, trauma, panic attacks, PTSD, mood disorders, relationship issues, multicultural issues, parenting, stress-management, women's issues, body issues, self-empowerment, assertiveness, relationship dynamics, prenatal and postnatal counseling.
Social justice and equity awareness offering support to BIPoC. I specialize in working with couples and with individuals with a focus on relationships. I am a Certified EFT Emotionally Focused Therapy -oriented therapist who values deep emotionally focused exploration to help resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. You will find me to be empathic and unbiased, having worked for many years with wide ranges of people and internal dynamics that shape human beings.
I believe that it is never too early, or late, to begin the rewarding life journey of wellness and emotional health alongside those we love. I believe the therapeutic relationship is the foundation for change. I aim to create a collaborative therapeutic relationship in a safe and welcoming environment where you feel heard and respected. My approach is compassionate and nonjudgmental.
I strive to understand you, what is important to you, what your strengths are, what your unique concerns are, as well as what your ideal future entails. Carl G. Hindy Psychologist, PhD Verified. Couples seek help with problems of commitment, boundaries, trust, impulses, affection, intimacy, sexual and other facets of satisfaction in marriage and family life. Relationship concerns? Our relationships with others define us in many ways. Whether its marriage or other intimate relationships, co-workers, friends, or family members, we live in a world of connection with others.
I can help you better understand yourself as a relational being and turn that understanding into improved satisfaction with yourself and those you are involved with. After all, isn't it the quality of our relationships that determines the quality of our lives for most of us? My first contact with a potential client is based on my belief that they are asking for help and looking for guidance.
I am not the expert, merely a guide with considerable education, experience, and knowledge. My preferred therapeutic modality is the 8 phase protocol of EMDR. This therapy can help to integrate real life regulation skills to manage symptoms, provide psychoeducation as to how experiences affect the human condition, and then uses therapeutic models and interventions to bring about change.
As a d marriage and family therapist, and drug and alcohol counselor I have 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples, families and children who are trying to improve their lives but sometimes just feel stuck in the process. I have also worked with those suffering from the pain of substance use disorders. Life is like a river that simply wants to move through us. At times, the river may damn up or take an unexpected turn. Therapy can be a resource that reestablishes the "flow" of life and returns us to our true course.
Whether working with a couple, a family or an individual, I always seek to understand the context of their lives in order to help them discover solutions.