Navigating Life's Challenges

Graduate Students at MAPS

 

Gail Williams is a Masters level intern in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Plymouth State University.  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.  For the last 12 years, Gail has worked as a research coordinator studying interventions to help people recovering from mental illness to lead healthier, happier lives.  Gail uses a systems lens and person-centered approach in therapy to help individuals, couples and families, across the life span, to reach their goals dealing with anxiety, depression, effects of trauma, and conflict resolution.  To contact Gail please call 603-355-2244 ext. 8302 or email gwilliams@mapsnh.org

 

Hailey McAfee is a Doctoral level intern in the Clinical Psychology program at Antioch University New England. She has several years of experience working with children and adolescents in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Hailey utilizes an integrative approach to psychotherapy from a person-centered lens that pulls from play therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and Feminist Theory. She has a strong interest in working with children, adolescents, and adults. Her approach to therapy focuses on identifying and utilizing clients’ strengths as a source of self-empowerment to help them to achieve their goals and a happier, healthier life. To contact Hailey please email her at hmcafee@mapsnh.org.

 

Danielle Ravenelle is a student at Rivier University and will graduate May 2022. 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, and as a yoga and meditation instructor. Danielle is passionate about conscious relationships of all kinds and the healing available to us through connection with nature. She is interested in the power we each hold to participate in the process of growth and transformation and the unique ways this is available for each individual.  To contact Danielle please email her at dravenelle@mapsnh.org

 

Kalin Long is a Doctoral level practicum student in the Clinical Psychology program at Antioch University New England. Kalin has several years of experience in the mental health field working with children, adolescents, and families in New Hampshire. Kalin utilizes an integrative approach pulling from Relational- Cultural Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and play therapy. She has experience with neuropsychological testing with both children and adults. Kalin recognizes individuals’ personal and cultural needs.  She values a collaborative approach to empower individuals and families; therefore, sessions may be individual or include family/supports as appropriate. To contact Kalin please email her at klong@mapsnh.org.