C.R.E.A.T.E! has the finest assembly of counselors with a vast array of experience and expertise. Centering on a cognitive-behavioral approach to a client’s goal, each therapist uses interventions, both clinical and arts-based, to aid a client in reaching their desired mental health goals.
Take a look at this amazing group.
***Please note that availability and acceptance of insurances varies by clinician. Contact our Intake Coordinator at 603-625-0010 to learn more about available clinicians who accept your insurance.
Steven Durost, PhD, LCMHC, REAT (he/him/his)
Executive Director & Owner of C.R.E.A.T.E!
Sarah Smith, MA, LCMHC, MT-BC (she/her/hers)
Board Certified Supervisor Music Therapy Supervisor
Maria “Masha” Coy, MS, LCMHC (she/her/hers)
Board Certified Supervisor Certified Nutritional Coach
Heather Sisemoore, MS, LCMHC (she/her/hers)
My specific experience includes: working with individuals with autism, anxiety, depression, postpartum anxiety and/or postpartum depression, birth trauma, parenting work, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, and empowerment work for women.
Jane Pinard, MSW, LICSW (she/her/hers)
My experience working as a clinical social worker, has given me experience, insight and understanding into issues related to aging, parenting, school and vocational challenges. I have extensive experience in attending to the issues related postpartum depression, infant and pregnancy loss.
Samuel Sobel, MSW, LICSW (he/him/his)
My work focuses on utilizing therapy with purpose and intention to access, create and explore meaningful pathways.
Ashley McInnis, MS, LCMHC (she/her/hers)
After finishing my undergraduate program in Psychology at UNH in 2015, I went on to Springfield College to further my education and earn my Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. After a 15-month long internship at C.R.E.A.T.E!, I was officially hired on the team in January of 2019 as a clinician where I received […]
Chris Joy, MS, LCMHC (he/him/his)
To play, or not to play? There is no question we play! Being a child, an adult, we are all human and to play is be human. The approach I try to embody as a counselor is Person Centered. Finding strengths and building upon them as the basis for healing or personal growth.
Rachel Henderson, MA (she/her/hers)
My approach to counseling is looking at a person as a whole and to help facilitate a process where an individual can discover strengths, qualities and tools.
Paula Semakula, MA (she/her/hers)
Growth and change are not easy. In fact, they are downright hard. And, one gets out of counseling what one puts into it. So, if you are ready to begin or to continue your journey, I am here to help you take the next best steps.
Kyle Russo, MA (he/him/his)
I am happy to walk with you on your journey in achieving your goals as well as gaining overall positive mental health and wellbeing.
Gabby Casey, MA (she/her/hers)
I enjoy supporting people in cultivating inner awareness through compassionate listening, mindfulness, art, and yoga.
Anna Coleman, MA, P-RDT (she/her/hers)
Provisional Registered Drama Therapist.