Navigating Life's Challenges

Resident Clinicians

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Cael Guildford is a clinical resident with an MA in Dance/movement Therapy and Counseling (R-DMT) from Antioch University New England. Cael works with individuals of all ages (including children and their families) and uses a strengths-based, client-centered approach that includes, among other areas of focus; therapeutic play, mind-body connections, mindfulness practices, psychoeducation and the study of ethical and effective interpersonal communication. Cael’s work strives to counteract marginalization and discrimination, particularly those based on race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and religion/spirituality through education and advocacy work with individuals and the community. Cael’s education, skills, and focus, make her uniquely suited for working with people with substance abuse concerns, neuro-atypical individuals, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and those dealing with the effects of traumas both past and present – in addition to other issues and concerns. Along with Cael’s clinical training, she is also an avid circus/play artist and an experienced yoga instructor with a deep love and appreciation for the natural world.

To contact Cael, please call 603-355-2244, ext. 8105, or email her at cguildford@mapsnh.org

Cael’s availability: Intermittent availability.

Kate O’Neil PsyD, MS.Ed. is a clinical psychologist and a post-doctoral resident at Maps. She works primarily with children, adolescents and the adults who care for them, with a particular interest in working with the LGBTQ+ population. Kate uses a collaborative and playful integrated relational-cultural approach to address challenges with trauma, anxiety, depression, relationships, parenting challenges, and behavioral issues.  She believes in supporting clients’ strengths to follow their chosen path using a variety of modalities and the client’s innate wisdom.

To contact Kate, please call 603-355-2244, ext. 8113, or email her at koneil@mapsnh.org

Kate’s availability: Accepting new clients.

Danielle Ravenelle is a student at Rivier University and will graduate May 2022. Danielle works with couples, families and individuals and takes a client-centered approach, inspired by Cognitive Behavior Therapy and mindfulness practices.  In addition to working towards a M.A. in Mental Health Counseling, Danielle is a certified health coach and trained in therapeutic breathwork, sound/vibrational therapy, meditation, and as a yoga instructor. Danielle is passionate about conscious relationships of all kinds and the healing available to us through connection with others. She is interested in the power we each hold to grow and transform, and to create a life we love to live.

To contact Danielle please call 603-355-2244, ext. 8112 or email her at dravenelle@mapsnh.org

Danielle’s availability: intermittent availability and carries a waitlist.

 

Gail Williams is a clinical resident with an MS in Marriage and Family Therapy.  Gail has over 20 years of experience in the mental health field in a variety of capacities such as parent education and support, after-school support for at risk adolescents, and health promotion for adults recovering from mental illness. Gail uses a systems lens and person centered approach in therapy to empower individuals, couples and families, across the life span, to reach their goals dealing with anxiety, depression, effects of trauma, and conflict resolution.  Gail recognizes the severe impact on mental health caused by marginalization and discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, and citizenship status and she welcomes clients from all backgrounds into a therapeutic relationship in which each person is seen, respected and valued.

To contact Gail please call 603-355-2244 ext. 8302 or email her at gwilliams@mapsnh.org

Gail’s availability: intermittent openings, contact for more information.