Navigating Life's Challenges

Graduate Students at MAPS

Jess Gibson

Jess Gibson is a third year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Antioch University New England. She integrates elements of narrative, interpersonal, strengths-based and cognitive-behavioral interventions to provide a tailored approach to the needs of her clients, as well as create a collaborative and respectful therapeutic relationship. Jess has a focus in trauma-based treatments primarily within an adult population. She can be reached by phone at (603)355-8133 or by email at jgibson@mapsnh.org.

Amy Legate

Amy Legate is a third year graduate student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Antioch University New England. She works primarily from a Humanistic Approach and Person-Centered Theory to create a strong therapeutic alliance and empower clients to live their best life. Amy works with individual clients, both adults and adolescents, often incorporating mindfulness and relaxation techniques within session. She has an interest in working with survivors of trauma and cancer related illness and co-facilitates the Keene Cancer Support Group.

Tessa Palmer

Tessa Palmer is a third year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Antioch University New England. She works primarily from a depth-oriented, psychodynamic perspective, but strives to work collaboratively with clients to best meet their needs and is flexible in her approach to that end. Tessa works primarily with adults, either in individual or couples counseling.

Mackenzie Soniak

Mackenzie Soniak is a third year doctoral student in clinical psychology at Antioch University New England. She uses a strengths-based approach to work with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Her integrative style of clinical work incorporates elements of interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and attachment-focused interventions.