Counseling in Manchester, NH. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Manchester, New Hampshire will help you make the changes you want.

Blair Bisher, PhD(c), MS, CSAT-c

Blair Bisher, PhD(c), MS, CSAT-c

Porn & Sex Addiction Specialist

Manchester, New Hampshire 03104 | 617-935-6570

Professor Bisher is an addiction specialist helping men quickly overcome compulsive sexual behavior (porn and sex addiction). He brings an empathic & empowering approach with a focus on achieving sustainable sobriety quickly.

Manchester Comprehensive Treatment Center, MAT

Manchester Comprehensive Treatment Center, MAT

Manchester Comprehensive Treatment Center

20 Market St, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101 | (603) 244-3163

Manchester Comprehensive Treatment Center (CTC) is an addiction treatment center that provides opioid addiction treatment services for residents of Manchester, New Hampshire.

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Therapy Manchester, NH

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You're sure to find something for everyone to love in Manchester, New Hampshire. Your children will receive an excellent education at schools such as Manchester West High or Hillside Elementary. You will find the area rich in the arts. Take the family to see the exhibits at the Currier Museum of Art or the New Hampshire Institute of Art.1 For a fun but educational experience, the kids will love the SEE science center. Dad can have great bonding times with the boys watching amateur football and baseball games at Gill Stadium. Or, take the gang to see a live show at the Palace Theatre. This historic venue offers a variety of professional and community performances. If you enjoy movies, you're sure to love the IMAX, stadium style theaters at Cinemagic Hooksett. If you prefer the outdoors, go for an outing to Black Brook Park. Whatever your interests, you'll have a great time in Manchester.

Mental Health in Manchester

Participating in a support group can be a great source of strength for individuals who live with a mental illness. Residents of Manchester who struggle with ADHD can attend a group offered by Children and Adults with ADHD. Groups alternate between topics for parents and topics for children. The meetings are free and open to the public and are held at the Windham Presbyterian Church. To learn more, call 603-880-4997.2 Individuals in grief can find loving support at meetings offered by The Compassionate Friends. With meetings specifically geared toward parents who have lost a child, The Compassionate Friends offers a safe place to share one's feelings with others who have experienced similar loss. Individuals who are new to the grief process as well as those who have been bereaved for years are welcome to attend. Meetings are held once a month and are free.3

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester provides several services to support individuals who are considering taking their own life. Their emergency mental health team, which is comprised of doctors, nurses, and mental health workers, is available 24-hours a day to respond to crisis situations. Intervention services are also offered, so individuals who have displayed suicidal ideation in the past can devise a crisis management plan to ensure they remain safe. Those in the midst of a mental health crisis can call the emergency hotline at 603-668-4111.4

Current Initiatives

Granite Pathways is an organization committed to ending stigma associated with mental illness. The organization works hard to bring mentally ill residents of Manchester together to reduce isolation, share resources, and provide support. The organization provides social and life skills trainings, job trainings and placement services, and helps individuals with a mental illness find safe and affordable housing. By helping residents meet their basic needs, Granite Pathways ensures that those with a mental illness have the tools they need to be active and engaged members of the community. By facilitating greater positive community involvement, stigma is reduced. To learn about these and other programs that serve the needs of the mentally ill, call 603-665-5665.5


1. New Hampshire Institute of Art. (2017). Gallery. Retrieved from
2. Nashua-Windham CHADD. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from
3. The Compassionate Friends Chapter of Greater Manchester. (2017). Meetings. Retrieved from
4. Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester. (2017). Emergency Services. Retrieved from
5. Granite Pathways. (2017). About Granite Pathways. Retrieved from

Manchester is located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. It has a land area of 33.06 square miles and a water area of 1.87 square miles.  The population of Manchester is 110,229 people with 45,145 households and a median annual income of $54,282. .

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Therapy in Manchester 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 Manchester 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 Manchester public health department.