Counseling in Concord, NH. Find the Right Therapist.

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Carl Hindy, Ph.D.

Carl Hindy, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist

120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060 | 603-880-8773

Folks generally know little about counseling when they first seek it out. Please feel reassured that I bring education and clinical training (Ph.D. from an APA-approved doctoral program), experience and established professional standing (27 years in Nashua, NH) ...

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Therapy Concord, NH

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Families are sure to love Concord, New Hampshire. Your children will receive a fine education at schools such as Concord High, Rundlett Middle, and Broken Ground Elementary. When the kids are not studying, your whole family can enjoy fun and educational experiences at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, featuring free telescope viewing and a planetarium along with programs promoting engineering, aviation, earth and space sciences.1 What better way to introduce your young ones to the world of science and technology. Or, for a night out to enjoy the arts, consider catching a dance or theatrical performance at the capital Center for the Arts. On days when there are no live shows, you could always take the gang out for a movie at the Red River Theater. While the girls go shopping in Concord's historic downtown district, fathers will love taking their sons for a day at the races at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Whatever your interests, you'll find plenty to do in Concord.

Mental Health in Concord

Various organizations in the Concord area offer support groups that enhance the mental wellbeing of its members. Concord Outright holds weekly support groups for LGBTQ youth that offer an environment that is free of harassment and judgment. These groups provide a safe and confidential place for members to share their struggles and fears, support one another, and learn from positive adult role models in order to build a happy, healthy life. To inquire about meeting times and locations, call 603-223-0309.2 For members of the community who struggle with substance abuse, Alcoholics Anonymous provides the support and structure needed to overcome addiction. Some groups focus on discussion while others feature guest speakers as well. All groups are free, and most are open, meaning anyone can join at any time. Meetings are held at various locations throughout Concord. To find the meeting nearest you, call 603-622-6967.3

Fighting the stigma associated with mental health issues is a primary goal of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The organization engages in community outreach events to educate the public about the nature of mental illness and the efficacy of treatments. Advocates also work with social service organizations, law enforcement, local governments, and other stakeholders to devise a continuum of services that support the independence and resiliency of people who live with a mental health or behavioral health issue. To learn more about NAMI's efforts in Concord, call 603-225-5359.4

Current Education

The University of New Hampshire's College of Health and Human Services offers a master's degree program in social work that prepares graduates to serve the mental health needs of their community in a variety of settings. Students learn how to strengthen and empower families to make positive changes in their lives. Students can take one of many program options, including a dual-degree program in social work and law. To inquire about admissions requirements and deadlines, call the College of Health and Human Services at 603-862-1177.5


References

1. McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. (2016). Exhibits. Retrieved from http://www.starhop.com/education-and-exploration/exhibits.aspx
2. Concord Outright. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.nhftm.org/Xtras/ConcordOutrightWebpage.htm
3. New Hampshire Area Assembly of Alcoholics Anonymous. (2017). Meetings. Retrieved from http://www.nhaa.net/find-a-meeting/
4. National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire. (2017). Advocacy. Retrieved from http://www.naminh.org/we-advocate
5. University of New Hampshire. (2017). Social Work Graduate Programs. Retrieved from http://www.chhs.unh.edu/sw/graduate-programs

Concord is located in Merrimack County, New Hampshire. It has a land area of 63.95 square miles and a water area of 3.23 square miles.  The population of Concord is 42,620 people with 16,987 households and a median annual income of $56,093. .


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Therapy in Concord is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Concord therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Concord public health department.