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120 Main Street, Suite 103
A Doctoral level clinical psychologist for over 20 years in Nashua, NH, Carl Hindy, Ph.D., provides marriage counseling and individual psychotherapy, consults and writes on relationship topics, mentors other counselors, and is involved in many aspects of his profession. Yet Dr. Hindy maintains his availability by telephone to personally discuss questions and concerns you might have prior to starting your counseling.
Hindy Associates in Nashua, NH, is a small private practice established in 1987 to provide an individualized approach in a comfortable setting respectful of your privacy needs. There is no clinic bureaucracy or “take a number” attitude here. To make that point, Dr. Hindy welcomes your phone call to answer questions, to discuss services, or to obtain referrals to other professionals if that seems more appropriate. After studying the web site, please feel free to call with any questions, or to schedule an initial visit.
Depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems are very common. Even more common are the times when we all have felt stuck, preoccupied, or at a crossroad in our lives and unsure how to proceed. Dr. Hindy believes that giving yourself the opportunity to talk openly — with a neutral, non-judgmental and experienced professional — can help you to move ahead. In our marriages, relationships and family life, so often we find ourselves thinking, “If only we could communicate!” For relationships, Dr. Hindy wholeheartedly believes that how we communicate is what causes so many problems, and improving communication ultimately is key to more happiness and fulfillment.
Most health insurance plans are accepted and billed directly.
Marital and Premarital Counseling:
Communication problems between women and men
Understanding his and her different needs
Affection, intimacy and sexuality concerns
Understanding and managing the repeating cycles of conflict
Improving decision making as a couple
Rebuilding understanding, empathy, and caring behaviors
Managing impulses, setting boundaries, and enhancing trust
Problems of attachment, separation, and loss
Sorting out thoughts and feelings, “Head” versus “Heart” in relationships.
Individual and Family Counseling:
Adjusting to changes in your life
Anxiety, depression, bipolar and other mood disorders
Balancing individuality, family and career
Setting goals for personal growth
Families of divorce, blended families
Helping adolescents in crisis
Parenting your child or teen
Cooperative parenting after divorce
Transcending trauma and abuse
Understanding and improving relationships