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James Foster, & Associates, LICSW

James Foster & Associates, COUNSELINGNH

540 Chestnut Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101

Couples counseling is offered at James Foster & Associates. Many times couples experience difficulty in their relationships. Some areas may include trust, communication, jealousy, stress, anger, parenting and pre-marital stress to name a few. Clients will come for an initial intake appointment where they will provide background information to the Clinician. The clinician will work with the client to develop treatment goals and plan for ongoing counseling. Many times it may be beneficial to work areas of difficulty in individual sessions to work on individual areas of concern along with working in couples sessions together. This may be discussed with the clients' therapist.

Ashley Davis Bush, LICSW

Licensed Psychotherapist

11 Harvey Lane, Epping, New Hampshire 03042

I believe that couples can learn to achieve true intimacy, connection, and happiness together. I am the author of "75 Habits for a Happy Marriage", which offers tools to all kinds of couples in committed relationships. Together you can bring out the best in each other and grow in unprecedented ways. I can teach you tools and new ways of relating and communicating so that you can have the relationship of your dreams.

Michelle Wright, MA, LCMHC

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

167 South River Road, Suite 9, Bedford, New Hampshire 03110

I work with couples from two perspectives: PREPARE and REPAIR. PREPARE work is undertaken in the first five years or so of a relationship. Modeling, practice and reinforcement of skills for empathy, listening, emotion regulation, attunement, and time-out happen before dysfunctional patterns are established. Relationship satisfaction is increased over the long run. REPAIR work is harder. Once dysfunctional patterns are ingrained or betrayal (sexual or other) experienced, relationship repair must be mediated and trust restored. This can be extremely gratifying work resulting in a stronger, more intimate relationship than ever imagined.

Dahlia Rizk, MA, LCMHC

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

80 Nashua Rd Suite B2 , Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053

When a couple seeks counseling they often feel hopelessly stuck in the same unhealthy communication patterns, feelings of estrangement and distance, and a lack of emotional closeness. Sometimes one person in the couple wants counseling but the other refuses to seek help. Couples counseling can be beneficial to your relationship with both people in session as well as with only one person willing to come in. Doing one thing different will change your relationship. Call me and lets discuss the changes you want to see and how to make them happen.

Basil Steele, LMHC, LCPC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

3948A Kaimuki Avenue, Portland, Maine 04106

One of the most perplexing and rewarding quandaries experienced by humans is how to sustain a relationship once they have a history that serves as evidence not only of harmony and love but also of difficulty and conflict. In my work with couples, I have found that the counseling process is where people learn that the rich, vital, force that brought them together requires conscious, loving attention, affirming communication, safety. Often people assume, because it was expressed so ardently at the beginning that love will last forever. But as every gardener knows, a plant needs kindness, soil rich in nutrients, light, and space unconstricted by weeds to grow.

Stephen Price, D.Min.

Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist

133 Grove Street, Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458

Being a part of a couple is a challenging experience. It can be full of joy and wonder and even bliss, but it can also be painful and unhealthy and miserable. All human beings long for a secure attachment to another, but it is sometimes difficult to make that happen. My approach is based on three important principals: 1) there needs to equality in a relationship with mutual respect, 2) we are all very different from each other even if we share many interests and have common backgrounds, 3) we need to have an ongoing dialog throughout our relationship dealing with those differences with good communication skills. In many ways a couple relationship or marriage is like a laboratory for growth a

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