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Carl Hindy, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist

120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire

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 Nashua, NH

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Nashua, New Hampshire's second largest city, is a great place for families. Not only is the crime rate among the nation's lowest, but the education children receive at Birch Hill Elementary, Elm Street Middle, and Nashua High School South is top notch. It is, in fact, the only city to have been named Best Place to Live in America twice by Money Magazine. There's plenty to do when the kids aren't in school. Take the family on an outing to Fun World, where you will find over 250 video games for all ages, a three story play area, and indoor amusement rides.1 Everyone is sure to have a blast. If you enjoy nature, don't miss the Nashua National Fish Hatchery. For shopping and dining, head out to the Great American Downtown. If you like the movies, you'll have a great time enjoying dinner while you watch the latest films at Chuckie's Pelham Cinema and Pub...all while sitting in the comfort of leather Cadillac Escalade seats. Regardless of what you like to do, you're sure to find plenty to do in Nashua.

Mental Health in Nashua

The Nashua Autism Network provides local families with a host of information and resources about autism spectrum disorders. Parents can learn about methods to help their child improve their social skills, expression of emotions, and effectively handling day-to-day activities. Resources for improving a child's capacity for social interaction at school are also available. Online forums provide a place for parents to ask and answer questions and support one another as they strive to provide for their child's special needs.2

HEARTS - Hope, Empowerment, Advocacy, Recovery, Towards Support is a peer-led Nashua-based agency dedicated to supporting the growth of people who are living with a mental illness. The agency supports recovery by promoting healthy relationships, providing mental health education, and challenging individuals to learn and grow. Among the services that promote improved mental health is Whole Health Action Management, which teaches individuals to focus on their strengths, identify goals, and develop a sense of purpose. The Wellness Recovery Action Plan is another program that helps consumers identify their symptoms and devise responses that keep them safe. Additional information about these services is available by calling 603-882-8400.3

The Greater Nashua Community Prevention Coalition seeks to provide appropriate supports for the city's young people so they can learn, grow, and develop into adults that contribute positively to the community. The organization focuses especially on drug and alcohol prevention programs, as well as community outreach services to promote healthy choices that maximize each individual's potential. For more detailed information about these programs, call 603-882-4011.4

Current Initiatives

The Homeless Outreach program at Southern New Hampshire Services seeks to connect homeless individuals with local agencies and resources that can help them get off the street and back on their feet. In addition to helping end homelessness by providing safe and permanent housing, the outreach program also provides comprehensive case management services to ensure homeless individuals have the skills they need to achieve independence. Hundreds of children, adults, and families have been assisted as part of these outreach efforts. To learn more, call 603-668-8010.5


References

1. Fun World. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.funworldnh.com/
2. Nashua Autism Network. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://nashuaautismnetwork.com/
3. Hope, Empowerment, Advocacy, Recovery, Towards Support. (2010). Our Mission. Retrieved from http://www.heartspsa.org/?page_id=2
4. Greater Nashua Community Prevention Coalition. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.gncpc.org/
5. Southern New Hampshire Services. (2017). Homeless Outreach. Retrieved from http://www.snhs.org/programs/housing-homeless/homless-support-case-managment/

Nashua is located in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. It has a land area of 30.81 square miles and a water area of 0.90 square miles.  The population of Nashua is 87,970 people with 34,619 households and a median annual income of $67,246. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Nashua, NH

Generally Affordable

Therapists in Nashua are often within budget with some potential challenges for longer term commitments. Your mental health and well being are a top priority. If accessibility is a concern, ask your counselor about sliding scale fees or inquire about accepted insurance plans