Carl Hindy, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist
120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
Clinical Psychologists are exceptionally well-trained in working with clients to understand and modify behavior. Unlike psychiatrists who go to medical school then focus in their residency on mental illness, clinical psychologists study growth and development, personality, interpersonal processes, social and emotional aspects of behavior, and so on ... Not a "disease model" but a much more complex and rounded perspective on our lives. Clinical psychologists obtain a bachelors degree, then four or five years of graduate school to earn a Ph.D., including a pre-doctoral internship, then one or two years of post-doctoral supervised experience before licensure.
Sarah Prevelige, Ed.D, ABSNP
Licensed Educational Psychologist
Commonwealth Counseling Center, 208 Main Street, Suite 115, Milford, Massachusetts 01757
As an educational psychologist I specialize in evaluative services to better clarify special needs and disabilities, or giftedness that may be impacting a child's learning profile. My practice offers psychological, cognitive, or neuropsychological evaluations. The other clinicians in my practice provide a balanced approach to identification, treatment, and intervention for a variety of diagnoses or concerns from early childhood through adulthood.