Address : 10 Members Way, Suite 401, Dover, NH 03820


Contact : (603) 742-9200

Meet Our Providers

Great Bay Mental Health: Kathryn Rodger
Kathryn Rodger, LMFT

Therapy is an opportunity to join with people on their life path, walk for a while, and help to empower them to accept their challenges, realize their unique strengths, and find more peace through change. I always look forward to working collaboratively and walking with each client.

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Great Bay Mental Health: James Marston, LCMHC
James Marston, LCMHC

I believe that at its core, therapy is forming a positive relationship, and then using that relationship to motivate and reinforce healing and change. My greatest strength as a therapist is that I care - I care about the clients in my care, their lives, and their futures.

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Great Bay Mental Health: Courtney Atherton
Courtney Atherton, LCMHC, MLADC

My practice involves solution-focused and cognitive behavioral approaches to therapy, which encourages self-discovery and personal growth.

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Hillary
Hillary Hartwick, LMFT

Hillary’s therapeutic approach is defined by her own personal practice of mindfulness and yoga, combined with her specialized training to apply these techniques in the therapy setting.

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Medication Management
Child & Adolescent Issues
Life-Transition Issues
Post-Trauma Issues
Parenting and Co-parenting
Medication Management

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Practice includes: Diagnose, treat and clinically manage acute and chronic mental disorders, including pharmacologic management Order and interpret diagnostic lab tests Teach clients self-management approaches Encourage healthy lifestyles Consult with multidisciplinary staff regarding client…

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Child & Adolescent Issues

We have providers at Great Bay who have expertise in working with children and adolescents. Childhood and adolescence are periods of great discovery, change, growth, development and transition. You may be seeking help for your child or…

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Life-Transition Issues

Experiences such as marriage, divorce, job loss, moving, retirement, retirement of a spouse, loss of a spouse, children moving away and changes is social supports such as friends and relatives are all examples of life transition issues.…

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Post-Trauma Issues

Trauma leaves a mark on the minds and bodies of those who survive it. No two traumas are exactly the same, but the effects they have on survivors can be predictable: difficulty sleeping, nightmares, intrusive thoughts of…

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Parenting and Co-parenting

Unique family dynamics present multiple challenges to parents that call for a variety of ways to parent children. If you’re a parent, then you are likely interested in finding ways to interact with your child or children…

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