Navigating Life's Challenges

Graduate Students at MAPS

Heather Bolton is a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University.  She has a background in Counseling and Expressive Arts Therapy and prior experience working with adults, adolescents, and children in various clinical settings.  Heather utilizes a relational, psychodynamic framework to treat an array of difficulties such as depression, grief, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal conflict.  Heather works at the MAPS office in Peterborough. In addition, Heather conducts psychological assessments for children and adults. She is supervised by Dr. Gary Barnes. To reach Heather call (603) 355-2244 ext. 8112 or email at hbolton@mapsnh.org

Elizabeth (Liz) Corley, M.S. is a psychology doctoral candidate at Antioch University New England. She works with children, adolescents, and their parents on navigating a number of social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Liz integrates child-directed play therapy with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills-building. Liz also works with adults on coping amidst various life
adjustments. She integrates mindfulness-based stress reduction (MSBR) and acceptance and commitment (ACT) techniques into her work. Liz is supervised by Gina Pasquale, Psy.D. Liz can be contacted by phone at (603) 355-2244, ext. 8159 or via email at ecorley@mapsnh.org

Samuel “Vladi” Highland is a doctoral student in the clinical psychology program at Antioch University New England. He works with children, adolescents, and adults as an intern at Maps. Vladi focuses on issues of child development, LGBTQ identity, and personal growth across the life span. Vladi uses play therapy techniques with children and takes a collaborative approach that emphasizes self-reflection and empowerment with adolescents and adults. In addition, Vladi co-facilitates the cancer support group at Maps and conducts psychological testing. Vladi is supervised by Gina Pasquale, Psy.D. To contact Vladi please call (603) 355-2244, ext. 8109, or e-mail at vhighland@mapsnh.org