Neva Williamson is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor providing counseling to individuals adolescent through older adult and couples utilizing a strengths-based perspective. In addition to assisting individuals process their feelings of grief and loss, Neva’s areas of special interest include assisting survivors of trauma and abuse, as well as those with mood disorders such as Bipolar disorder and depression, anxiety and other stress related issues, and attention related challenges. Prior clinical experiences include community mental health agencies, residential treatment facilities and residential schools for middle and high school age children.
Neva holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Special Education from James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA) and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Antioch New England Graduate School.
Ticia Blanck is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist providing counseling to children, teens, adults, couples, and families. Ticia’s approach to counseling is based on the belief that a therapeutic relationship needs to be rooted in empathy, attunement, and respect in order for clients to experience growth and success. The main focus of her work involves using a strengths-based approach to support clients in seeking out and implementing solutions to whatever their difficulties may be. She feels strongly that every person has the capacity to change when there is a readiness to grow and when proper support and tools are utilized. Her extensive experience includes working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, trauma, low self-esteem, eating disorders, relationship issues, communication difficulties, divorce and other life transitions, parenting concerns, and behavioral challenges.
While the therapeutic process can be painful and difficult at times, Ticia believes it is important to make the process as safe and comfortable as possible. She works to provide a healthy balance between hard work and fun in the counseling experience.
Ticia earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University’s School of Professional Psychology (Forest Grove, OR) and her B.S. degree in Psychology from Ursinus College (Collegeville, PA). firstname.lastname@example.org
Debra Buckley is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor providing counseling to children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families. Debra's approach to therapy is based on the belief that the safety of the therapeutic relationship provides an environment in which awareness develops, growth happens, and solutions are created.
Debra uses a positive, strengths-based approach, employing cognitive behavioral therapy, reality therapy, or trauma therapy, based on individual needs of clients. Her clinical experience includes working with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, gender identity issues, sexual orientation issues, child and adolescent behavioral struggles, co-parenting, divorce, life transitions and grief.
Debra has been previously employed as the Clinical Treatment Coordinator at a residential facility for court-mandated adolescents, and as a therapist at a community mental health agency, primarily working with adolescents and families.
Debra holds a BA from the University of Colorado, and an MS in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. email@example.com; 1-800-716-2519
Judith received an undergraduate degree at Springfield College in Manchester, NH (BS-Human Services) and her graduate degree at Southern NH University in Manchester, NH (MS-Community Mental Health Counseling). Judy is a NH Certified Prevention Specialist and has certification as a Family Life Educator (National Council on Family Relations).
Judith has experience providing education and counseling to individuals and in groups settings. She has worked as a provider for court diversion programs, community mental health agencies, residential drug treatment center and an impaired driver's program in New Hampshire. firstname.lastname@example.org; 603-387-9241; Saturdays Only.