Just having someone to talk to can make a world of difference.
Enso Counseling Group was formed in 2021 by us, Kristy, Lori, and Scot. We started a practice in Concord because we saw that there was a need for more mental health care throughout the region. It is with that in mind that we decided to address the concerns and form a group. We hope to be able to help meet the needs for quality assessment and psychotherapy in the area.
I work with clients struggling with depression, grief/loss, trauma, life transition, job or academic-related stress, anxiety, and other areas of difficulty. Therapy helps you show up as your authentic self and feel empowered along the way to reaching your goals.
I am a licensed clinical social worker, who brings a compassionate and empathetic manner to working with adults of all ages. I collaborate with her clients to help them to reach their goals and effectively balance evidence-based practices with a client-centered approach.
If you feel sad, stressed, worried or unbalanced, I can help you. When you meet with me, I will listen, help you develop new solutions to life’s dilemmas and challenge you in healthy ways in order for you to feel better and be your best you. I am on your team and believe in you.
A listening ear and a tailored approach can help to gain perspective in times of uncertainty. Whether it be due to depression, anxiety, trauma or some of the many changes throughout life, I can provide you with the tools and guidance to help you move forward with confidence and purpose.
Laurie is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Master Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She earned her Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of New Hampshire in 2007 and has been working in the mental health field ever since. She utilizes a variety of treatment modalities based on client-centered care including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and the Stages of Change when working with individuals to meet their goals.
India graduated Magna Cum Laude from Southern New Hampshire University in 2020 with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Since then, she has had the privilege to work with a wide variety of clients from children to those struggling with substance abuse and severe mental illness.
Tracey Coulon, LICSW brings over 20 years of experience supporting people in meeting their goals in a therapeutic setting. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from Springfield College, a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Boston University, as well as a post-graduate Certificate in Personal and Transformational Health from Plymouth State University.
This can be scary and vulnerable. You may be here for a variety of reasons; perhaps you experienced a loss or trauma, maybe you’re finding it difficult to maintain your relationships. Anxiety and depression can feel like they’re creeping in, and you just don’t know what to do; you’re feeling stuck.
We all experience transitions in our lives that can leave us feeling overwhelmed and ill prepared. If you are struggling with anxiety or depression…experiencing work, family or life stressors… have suffered a loss or are searching for a more meaningful way to engage in your life, I can offer you a supportive space to learn different skills and strategies to help you get through these challenging times.
Life’s challenges are best understood contextually and faced collaboratively. I believe we, as a society, have built a world that does not account for what we need to thrive. Because of this, I see my clients as courageous to ask for help in navigating it. In counseling, I provide a warm, supportive and, at times, challenging environment in service of your growth.
My approach is a combination of person-centered therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and expressive arts therapy. In my sessions, I aim to provide a safe and nurturing environment where individuals feel empowered to rediscover their inherent strength and wholeness.
Kristy is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Master Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She utilizes a variety of treatment modalities based on client center care using a variety of techniques including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and utilizing the Stages of Change when working with individuals to meet their goals.
When you are feeling like you are stuck, whether it is due to depression, trauma, anxiety, relationship troubles, or life circumstance, I can help you rediscover your direction and purpose. Through sessions with me, I will help you to challenge the mindset that you are in to improve your life, and to be the person who you want to be.
Do you find it difficult to enjoy life the way you used to? To savor every moment as it occurs? Or do you get caught up in past conversations and regrets, or conversely tomorrow's conversations and plans? Are you your own worst critic? Do you need to enjoy just letting go and savoring every minute? Let's discuss a plan to help you move forward, stay in the moment.
As a Marriage and Family Therapist I am passionate about creating a safe and comfortable environment where all members of any family can communicate towards solutions and compromise. For approximately 15 years, I have worked with youth of all ages and their families in their home environments and communities.
Rima Sutton is a licensed clinical social worker in the states of New Hampshire and Maine and received her Master Degree in Social work from Boston University. She has extensive experience working as a clinical therapist with children, families, and adults of all ages.
Are you ambivalent about starting therapy? As a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years experience working in mental health and addiction disorders, I offer a wide array of treatment modalities to meet your individual needs. Together we work on identifying solution focused goals that you set for yourself.
I’ve spent the last 10 years listening to stories. Through my work in a community mental health center, on an ICU, in an emergency department and most recently, a primary care practice, I’ve listened and learned that there is no greater force than that of the human spirit.