Phone: 603-708-1035 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
57 Center Road, Canterbury, NH 03224
Providing neuropsychological testing, individual counseling, group support,
and family therapy through office-based work and outdoor adventures with all ages!
Neuropsychological and Psychological Assessment
Testing to explore:
AD/HD & ADD
and Group Therapy
Specializing in CBT and DBT to improve mood and general wellness. Additional therapy approaches utilized to meet the needs of the client. Group therapy options to improve social skills and provide increased support. Family appointments or couples counseling also available.
Caregiver-only appointments offered to support a child's needs through adjusting the environment and increasing consistency across caregivers. Behavioral coaching options to decrease unwanted behaviors. Caregiver-only appointments can also benefit developing ways to communicate with children and adolescents more effectively and positively.
About Rebecca Plue, PsyD
Hi, I'm Dr. Rebecca Plue. I am a clinical psychologist, wife, and mother of two. I specialize in working with children, adolescents, young adults, and their families. I use an integrative approach with an emphasis upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I received my doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from William James College in Newton, Massachusetts. My psychological training included working in community mental health with children and adults, as well as providing preventative play therapy to at-risk children within public schools.
I completed my pre-doctoral internship working with children, adolescents, and adults in a private behavioral health practice in Rhode Island. While there, I provided psychotherapy and completed neuropsychological evaluations. My post-doctoral training at the North American Family Institute focused on implementing intensive in-home therapy services to children and their families. I have worked in private practice providing therapy and neuropsychological testing since completing my post-doctoral training.
About Miranda Lane,
Hi! I'm Miranda Lane (pronouns: she/her/hers). I'm a licensed clinical mental health counselor with a specialization in trauma treatment. I am an LGBTQ+ affirming, anti racist practitioner. I enjoy working with folks of all ages in individual, group, and family counseling. My overall approach to therapy is relational, creative, and trauma-informed. I particularly enjoy using modalities based in neuroscience, narrative, and somatic therapies.
I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from North Park University in Chicago, IL. I received my Master of Arts degree, cum laude, in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. I am currently working toward my Doctorate in Organizational Leadership Psychology at William James College in Newton, MA. My clinical work has spanned several settings, including home-based counseling, residential treatment, and general outpatient therapy.
I am a wife, mother of two, and a transplant from the Pacific Northwest. I am a compulsive reader, amateur art enthusiast, and lover of standup comedy. I think teacup pigs should be our national mascot, free coffee carts should exist on every street corner, and I practice self-care by singing enthusiastically in my car while pretending no one can see me.
About Hannah Loveland Taylor,
Hello, I'm Hannah! I’m a licensed clinical mental health counselor and provide LGTBQIA+ affirming mental health care. I specialize in working with children, teens, and their families. I approach my work eclectically, play-based, and enjoy tailoring therapy to the interests of the client. I strive to always meet clients where they are at and place strong emphasis on building solid rapport with each client and their family. A strong, trusting relationship between client and therapist lays the foundation for valuable therapeutic work to be done.
I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Granite State College in Concord, NH. I then went on to earn my Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH. My post-grad training included working in community mental health with children and their families across a variety of settings including telehealth, in office, and out in the community.
I was born and raised in the White Mountains of NH. I am a spouse and mother of one tiny human and 2 rambunctious Labrador retrievers named Tommy and Molly. I’m an avid thrifter, cyclist and enjoy a good cup of coffee. I lead my life with the belief that we never stop learning and always have room to grow.
Growing Minds Psychological Services, Inc. is not in-network with insurance companies and is currently a self-pay practice. This provides greater flexibility in care and allows us to meet your needs first rather than the expectations set by insurance panels. You may be able to submit the service bill to your insurance to possibly be reimbursed for out-of-network coverage. Your FSA/HSA may also allow you to pay for services rendered.
57 Center Road
Canterbury, NH 03224
Please be aware that the office is located in a renovated barn within a residential area. The area is tranquil and perfect for relaxation, but it is an atypical setting as compared to most medical offices. This allows for increased comfort for clients and more flexibility in treatment, including both in-office work and outdoor exploration.
57 Center Road
Canterbury, NH 03224
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