Maps Counseling Services Responds When We Are Needed The Most…
We are here. Maps Counseling Services responded quickly to the COVID epidemic to ensure that essential psychotherapy and substance-use counseling remain available for those in need. Our therapists are trained and equipped with the resources to provide teletherapy to current clients and those interested in receiving therapy. Clients of all ages are able to meet with their therapist via their computer or cellphone, staying safe while staying connected. Telehealth therapy sessions are covered by all insurance plans and are available to those who are uninsured. If you are a struggling with a mental health or substance abuse problem, you can call us. Our office is open during weekdays, and our therapists are here to help you find answers
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Welcome to Maps Counseling Services
Founded in 1973, Maps Counseling Services is committed to ensuring that effective counseling and psychotherapy services are available to everyone in the Monadnock Region, regardless of income or financial resources. Our therapists practice the professional integration of psychotherapy and spirituality, with the goal of helping each client find meaningful solutions to life’s problems.
Maps is the largest independent provider of outpatient psychotherapy services in the Monadnock Region, serving more than 1000 individuals or families each year in our Keene and Peterborough offices.
Maps is neither a religious nor a pastoral agency, but our heritage is spiritual. Here at Maps, we believe that a person’s unique spirituality is an important part of who they are, and how they approach problems they face. Maps considers spirituality to be a search for meaning and identity in life — the quest to understand who we are and what our lives mean on a deeper level. Maps therapists value every client’s unique spiritual belief and practices and see these as important resources during the therapeutic process. For some, spirituality may be reflected in religious traditions, while for others it is expressed through song, meditation, dance, ethical convictions, or their connection to nature. Each person is unique, and at Maps we strive to find those beliefs that help our clients find comfort and guidance during difficult times.
About Our Clinical Services
With a variety of licensed psychotherapists, residents working towards licensure, and graduate students, Maps offers a broad range of services for clients of all ages. Maps services are divided into Adult Services and Child & Adolescent Services. We have specific programs within each service, such as our substance misuse service and our psychological testing service.
Our specialists work with children on the autism spectrum, people struggling with substance abuse, depression, chronic pain and trauma. We work with couples who want to repair or improve their marriage, and adults who are dealing with loss. We provide individual, family and group psychotherapy, depending on the problem at hand. We provide support groups for people with cancer and for their caregivers, and support groups for clients with chronic pain. If you are unhappy and your life is not working the way you want it to, Maps likely has a counselor for you.
Maps accepts most major health insurance plans as well as Medicaid and Medicare. Thanks to the generous support of individual, group and community donors, Maps offers the Hope and Healing Fund and our Clinical Training Program which provide low-cost psychotherapy to those who do not have health insurance and cannot afford the standard fee.
For more information on the services that we provide and payment options, please click the “Explore our Services” button.