COVID-19 update: At the current time, we are mostly offering telehealth counseling sessions with select in-person appointments. We are accepting new clients. To schedule an appointment or receive assistance, please fill out the contact form below or call 603-669-3030 and a member of our team will respond to you as soon as possible.
This has been a challenging year – and a reminder that when the burden becomes heavy, you may sometimes feel that you cannot get through it alone. That is a completely normal feeling, and reaching out for help is something you should never be embarrassed, afraid or nervous about.
If you are having trouble coping with the changing dynamics of day-to-day life – or are struggling with intensifying feelings of stress, anxiety loss or depression – our team of compassionate, competent and caring mental health professionals is here to help.
We provide flexible mental health counseling to help you gain the skills necessary to better cope with difficult situations, find a great sense of peace and improve your overall quality of life. No matter where you live in New Hampshire, it is easy to connect with us through either our teletherapy or in-person services (Lebanon and Lancaster).
We proudly serve individuals of all backgrounds, faiths and walks of life. We will listen to you and remain committed to helping you take back control of your life.
Most health insurances accepted and sliding scale fees available. Our practice is exercised with the highest ethical standards and up-to-date psychological treatments.
2,651 counseling sessions conducted.
79% of clients noted improvements in their overall quality of life.
80% of clients reported positive behavior change.
NH Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, #2071
Danielle Capelle works with adolescents/teens, adults, couples and families.
Danielle specializes in:
She uses motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral and solution focused approaches to therapy. Danielle holds a Master’s of Arts degree in Community Counseling and works out of our Manchester and Concord office.
Cindy provides psychotherapy in English and Spanish for adolescents, adults, seniors, and families seeking treatment for a variety of concerns including:
Her therapeutic approach is person-centered, individualized, and collaborative. She incorporates techniques from Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Strengths-Based Therapy, and Mindfulness in order to help clients process feelings, reach their goals, and find the support they need in difficult times. Cindy holds a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and practices in our Manchester and Nashua offices.
Cindy, a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Candidate for Licensure in New Hampshire, is supervised by Danielle Capelle, LCMHC.
Christopher provides mental-health counseling to a variety of age groups, but specializes in working with adolescents affected by anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, bullying, substance use problems, issues regarding gender identity/sexuality, and other adjustment and behavioral disorders associated with the lifespan development of teenagers. He provides a comfortable and relaxed environment to work with clients on their specific goals for therapy while utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Insight-Oriented Therapy in a goal-oriented, solution-focused therapeutic approach to treatment. Christopher’s professional background consists of individual and group counseling with challenged teens in community-based settings.
A parishioner at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Dover, New Hampshire, Christopher holds a Master of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Suffolk University, and provides counseling services within our Rochester and Manchester locations.
Christopher, a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Candidate for Licensure in New Hampshire, is supervised by Danielle Capelle, LCMHC.
NH Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor #321
Carlos Martín Cinto is a bi-lingual Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, with extensive experience in adult therapy and couples therapy.
An MD (PhD) and Psychiatrist from Spain, Dr. Martín Cinto has had a long experience in the field; moving to NH to be close to his first granddaughter. Licensed as Mental Health Counselor, Carlos has been with CCNH since 2006, working with English and Spanish speaking clients. Carlos works out of our Nashua and Keene Offices.
NH Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor #974
Ann LaRocque, LCMHC is a licensed clinician in the state of New Hampshire. Ann has worked in pastoral ministry and pastoral counseling, and hospice and hospital chaplaincy. Her experience as a mental health clinician serves those with:
She holds a master’s degree and an advanced degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola College in Maryland and has a master’s in theology. Additional training is in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, EMDR for trauma-related issues, and Project Rachel, a national Catholic project to help women and men heal after experiencing an abortion.
Ann works mainly with adults age 18 and older, and with children who are having difficulty with grief and loss due to the death of a parent, family member or close loved one. Ann works in our Lebanon office.
NH Licensed Clinical Social Worker #1395
Janice MacKenzie is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, with 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. Janice provides counseling services to teens, adults and couples through a strengths-based, cognitive- behavioral and client centered approach to therapy.
Extensive experience treating:
Janice appreciates the role of spirituality and faith through the growth and healing process. She is trained in Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Project Rachel ministry and also provides EAP counseling services. Janice works in our Littleton and Lancaster offices.
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