Individual, family, group, and organizational team counseling focused on issues of communication, anger management, stress reduction, trauma, death and dying and substance abuse
OUTPATIENT COUNSELING SERVICES
HALO provides adults and adolescents an opportunity for reflection through introspection, education and mindfulness practice.
HALO is a Dual Diagnosis Capable (DDC) counseling and therapeutic establishment. We address co-occurring mental and substance related disorders.
HALO offers: Impaired Driver Services Program (IDSP) & AUTHORIZED ACCESSTO RECOVERY SERVICES (ATR)
Supervisory relationship providing a context for the review of counselor-trainee intentionality.
Helping All Learn Options (603)-523-8804 NH Suicide HOTLINE 1-800-273-talk (1-800-273-8255) WCBH Emergency Services 1-800-564-2578 National Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
· International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium (IC & RC) · National Association for Professional Women · New Futures Leaders In Advocacy · NH Certified Prevention Specialist Board · NH Prevention Peer Review Committee · NH Providers Association · NH Alcohol & Drug abuse counselors association (NHADACA) · NH Teen Institute · Substance Misuse Regional Network, NH · Mascoma Valley Prevention Network (MVPN) · Bridges To Prevention Network (B2P)
HALO counselors must hold a minimal International Level Master License as Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Effective January 1, 2013, New Hampshire has dramatically changed the process for DWI/DUI offenses.
Provides counseling and psychotherapy to people in crisis or experiencing acute stress. Services begin with an assessment to identify individual problems and resources, set treatment goals, and plan treatment. Counseling and psychotherapy services are often linked to other agency services, as well as ongoing support or self-help groups in the community.
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"It always seems impossible until it's done."
Our outpatient program extends service coordination to supporting individuals in managing symptoms of their mental distress, as well as linking and referring them to appropriate community resources. Service coordination provides on-going assistance to help individuals with co-occurring mental and substance related disorders achieve an optimum quality of life