CONWAY – Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling announced the official expansion of services and the opening of new offices at 515 Main Street in Gorham and 111 Saranac Street in Littleton.
As part of the expansion, Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling will now include Drug Assisted Treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders, along with their existing suite of services.
The services they provide include mental health and addiction counseling with licensed clinicians, EMDR therapy, neurofeedback, and the impaired driver care management program.
Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling was founded by Stacie Leclerc MLADC, LCMHC. Leclerc received his Masters in Counseling from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, and has worked in various settings with adolescents and adults.
As a dual-licensed clinician, she specializes in substance use disorders, mood disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and life transitions.
The therapeutic approach of Blue Heron staff is client-centered, using evidence-based practices to help clients develop strategies to overcome challenges. In a non-judgmental setting, clients feel supported while working toward recovery by addressing the relationship between behaviors, thoughts and feelings with goal-oriented strategies.
Leclerc operates his practice from the main office of Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling located at 3277 White Mountain Highway, North Conway.
The MAT program will operate under the care of FNP Judith Baker and will provide an innovative approach to the treatment of substance use disorders for drug addicted patients.
As a family nurse practitioner, Baker has worked for the past 19 years with many people struggling with drug addiction, as well as other disease processes. She has lived and worked in New Hampshire for her entire career.
Baker obtained a bachelor’s degree in nursing; a Master of Science in Nursing and American Nursing Credential Center Board Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the University of New Hampshire. Its goal is to provide a safe therapeutic environment offering the latest evidence-based clinical care services, supporting sustainable and long-term recovery directly and indirectly to individuals, families and communities suffering from addiction.
“I am thrilled to be a part of Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling,” Baker said. “I am also happy to have the opportunity to participate in a tangible way by providing care in an atmosphere of respect and acceptance.
Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling is open Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For more information on this treatment program or to make an appointment, please call (603) 356-6400. You can also go to blueheroncounseling.org. Most major insurance plans are accepted.