Navigating Life's Challenges

Graduate Students at MAPS

Maranda Bowers, BS, is a doctoral student intern from Antioch University New England. Currently located in the Keene office, Maranda works with individuals, couples, and families across the lifespan utilizing a variety of therapeutic modalities. She holds a particular interest in working with those affected by complex trauma, PTSD, grief, chronic pain/illness, and identity conflicts. Maranda believes in a framework of collaborative care that prioritizes the co-creation of a holding and healing space with clients.

To contact Maranda please call 603-355-2244, ext. 8264, or email at

To make a referral, please contact our Intake Coordinator at (603)355-2244 then dial 0 or email at

Katie Brenner is a doctoral student intern working towards a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology. Katie has experience working with adults who are contending with anxiety, depression, relational distress, trauma, identity exploration, and meaning making. Katie hopes to create collaborative, egalitarian relationships with her clients that supports their natural capacities to heal and cultivate wellbeing. She believes in utilizing multiple therapeutic theories and modalities to meet the individual needs of each client, pulling from relational-cultural theory (RCT), inner-child work, existential practices, mindfulness, self-compassion approaches, and cognitive-behavioral techniques. At the core of her work is the belief that creating connection and living authentically are innately healing experiences and opportunities of the human condition.

Contact Katie by email at or by phone at 603-355-2244 ext. 8117

To make a referral, please contact our Intake Coordinator at (603)355-2244 then dial 0 or email at

Brooke Brownell is a student intern and prospective Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in Keene, NH. Brooke has experience working with adults who experience anxiety, depression, trauma, existential/spiritual crisis, and grief. Brooke strives to honor and empower individuals, however they are and wherever they are at, by means of compassion and collaboration. Utilizing several therapeutic modalities, including person-centered therapy, internal family systems, gestalt, transpersonal counseling, ecopsychology, and evidence-based practices such as CBT and ACT, Brooke supports individuals in alleviating suffering, increasing opportunities for joy, and creating meaningful lives.  Through utilizing client strengths and by providing respect and understanding around cultural and spiritual beliefs, Brooke strives to provide a space where individuals can be themselves and from that space, grow.

Contact Brooke by email at or by phone at (603)355-2244 ext. 8159

To make a referral, please contact our Intake Coordinator at (603)355-2244 then dial 0 or email at

Logan Parrott, BS, is a student intern therapist working with an eye towards Couples and Family Therapy licensure with a specialization in Dance/Movement Therapy. Through his work, he seeks to integrate physical and emotional expression; he deeply believes that body-mind harmony is a powerful tool for change.  Logan works with couples and families to address the troubles they may be having. His modality is eclectic and his approach is tailored to each client, drawing from schools of thought such as Bowenian therapy, Gottman, strategic therapy, and solution-focused therapy. His goal is to facilitate a therapy experience where clients are the experts of their problems and healthy change is a collaborative process. He treats a variety of concerns with a specialty in LGBTQ+ issues.

To contact Logan, please call 603-355-2244, ext. 8109, or email him at

To make a referral, please contact our Intake Coordinator at (603)355-2244 then dial 0 or email at