Some of our Therapists

Massachusetts
New Hampshire
North Carolina
Tennessee


Massachusetts

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Ana dos Santos, ATR, LMHC

I work with adolescents and adults with an eclectic approach that integrates art and cognitive behavior therapy. I believe that building a therapeutic relationship in a safe environment is essential in developing healthy skills to lead more rewarding lives.

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Adrianne Sturtevant, LICSW

I believe in using a strengths-based approach that combines my extensive outdoor and experiential learning experience with mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. My humor, pragmatic view, and straightforward approach make me easy to talk with and learn from.

Rachel Ganz

Rachel Ganz, LICSW

I work with individuals ages 17 and older, and specialize in treating anxiety, depression, women’s issues, life transitions, parenting issues, dual diagnosis and co-existing medical and mental health diagnoses. I utilize therapeutic modalities that are eclectic and include psychodynamic, CBT, systems and client centered approaches as well as relaxation and mindfulness based therapy.

Rachel Murray

Rachel Murray, LICSW

I became a therapist to compassionately support and assist individuals, couples, and families struggling with life challenges and working through difficult thoughts, emotions, or behaviors, in order to achieve their highest potential and happiness. I assist clients with enhancing skills to analyze any issue and formulate sound, realistic, and practical solutions. Working together we are able to establish and maintain a supportive therapeutic relationship that helps you achieve your goals for therapy.

Yolanda Kennedy

Yolanda Kennedy, LICSW

Yolanda’s previous work experience includes working with many diverse populations including children, youth, marriages, and family.  Because she is fluent in both English and Spanish, she is able to transcend cultural and language bounds in a community in need of support and direction. 

Karen Mahon

Karen Mahon, LICSW

I have specialized trading for pediatric cognitive behavioral therapy through Mass General Hospital and cognitive behavioral therapy for adults through the Crest collaborative. I have formalized training in structural family therapy. I have specialized training for school mental health training through Harvard Medical school, Fitchburg State, Northeastern University, and Cambridge College.

Brad Parmenter

Brad Parmenter, LICSW

I enjoy working with “mood disorders” like depression, anxiety, panic attacks, etc. because while they are most common and most treatable, because they are so common, many people do not seek help for the problems related to them. Depression and anxiety, ironically are recognized as mental health issues by most of the cultures in the world, meaning that while people recognize the problem everywhere, in many cultures, getting help is not as supported. I enjoy being part of the solution to this.

Gail Savoie

Gail Savoie, LICSW

I have worked in both the mental health and substance abuse fields and have experience addressing mood disorders, anxiety, and co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse. I also have a ceritficate in Maternal Mental Health and am interested in providing support to women in the prenatal and postnatal periods. 


New Hampshire

Glenn Dumont

Glenn Dumont, LMHC

I specialize in treating depression, anxiety and PTSD in adults. I offer a nonjudgmental space where the client and I explore and understand their experiences and generate new energy for vital living.

Judith Duclair

Judith DuClair, LMHC

I have the most experience with couples families and people who struggle with addictions. The majority of my clients struggle with depression and anxiety. 

Scot Wilson

Scot Wilson, LCMHC

I see clients suffering from mood disorders such as depression and bipolar; and those experiencing anxiety which impacts daily life.

Bill Campbell

William Campbell, LCMHC

I have been treating patients and clients with severe personality disorders for 15 years and I have specialized training in Borderline Personality Disorder.  I also provide therapeutic interventions to address areas of depression, anxiety, anger management, and trauma.   I am trained in DBT, CBT, ACT, and Cognitive Restructuring for PTSD.  When I am not working as a clinician, I am an adjunct professor teaching psychology courses, which I have also done for over 15 years.


North Carolina

Amy Barnwell

Amy Barnwell, LPC

I decided to become an iHope therapist because video is a good way to connect. In my practice I want to assist individuals and families to engage in healthy relationships, realize their personal potential, and achieve their goals. I want to get to know you, to support you in meeting your goals for our time together. I try to be very open to different cultures and backgrounds. It’s good to be transparent, open communication is key to success in therapy. By collaborating we can focus and find you solutions for the issues that are troubling you.

Erin Story

Erin Story, LSCW

I have experience working with clients with a wide variety of needs and diagnoses including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and post traumatic stress disorder. The majority of my work has been serving adolescents and adults.


Tennessee

Rachel Murray

Rachel Murray, LISCW

I became a therapist to compassionately support and assist individuals, couples, and families struggling with life challenges and working through difficult thoughts, emotions, or behaviors, in order to achieve their highest potential and happiness. I assist clients with enhancing skills to analyze any issue and formulate sound, realistic, and practical solutions. Working together we are able to establish and maintain a supportive therapeutic relationship that helps you achieve your goals for therapy.

Erin Story

Erin Story, LSCW

I have experience working with clients with a wide variety of needs and diagnoses including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and post traumatic stress disorder. The majority of my work has been serving adolescents and adults.

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Heather Carver, LSCW

I became an iHope therapist so I can work with my patients where ever they are. My approach tends to be CBT based. I am fortunate to have worked with patients of all ages and backgrounds. Building a good relationship and a strong clinical alliance creates an environment where the patient is comfortable dealing with trauma, anger management and other behavioral health issues. I strive to create that connection and environment for my patients and be a strong advocate for them.

John Arias

John Arias, LPC

I work with children, adolescents and adults. My specialty areas include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, premarital counseling, marriage and family conflict, couples therapy, parent-child conflict, employee assistance, grief and loss.

iHope takes many insurances from many states – contact us for more information. Reach us at 800-225-0634 or info@ihopenetwork.com, and we will get right back to you.

 

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