Tracey Tucker, LCMHC

(In Person and Telehealth Available)

Founder and Managing Director

Tracey Tucker has worked in the mental health field for over 20 years. Aside from her extensive educational background, which includes an MA in Counseling Psychology and experience in the fields of adolescent development, attachment theory and resiliency, Tracey is certified as a Licensed Community Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) in New Hampshire and has worked as a child and family mental health therapist in both community mental health and private practice settings. 

In Spokane, WA., Tracey worked with the Marycliff Institute’s “Circle of Security” program, which educates parents about attachment theory and their relationship to their children. In her private practice, she specializes in the clinical treatment of adults, children and their families and specifically addresses issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, parent/child relationships, relational issues and family counseling.

In addition to individual and family counseling, Tracey provides court ordered Co-Parenting counseling, Co-Parenting coordination and Reunification therapy. Tracey chose to work with these challenging court ordered cases after seeing the difficulties children, and eventual adults, have when they experience highly conflictual and negative dynamics between the two most important people in their lives.  

Over the last several years, Tracey has enjoyed supervising social work and clinical mental health candidates for NH licensure.

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Ashley Keough, LCSW

(Offering Telehealth Only)

In the words of Brené Brown, “loving ourselves through the process of owning our story is the bravest thing we will ever do”. I have spent the last 9+ years in this professional capacity, working alongside children, adolescents, their families and adults. I believe that therapy is about collaboration, partnership and helping people acknowledge the growth and power inside them, even in the most uncomfortable of situations. I am thoughtful in my collaboration and connections with clients and families. I strive to connect in a professional, educational, empowering way to help clients harness their own ability to understand and own their story. I am well versed in utilizing evidence-based approaches to thoroughly assess and drive treatment planning. I am passionate, ambitious and I strive to help others learn, heal, grow and feel empowered through good times and bad.

I received my Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of New Hampshire in 2018 and became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2023. I have experience working with all ages, beginning at 8 weeks and ranging on into adulthood. I have an expertise in early childhood, late adolescence and adulthood. I find that an integrative or combination of therapeutic approaches including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, attachment-based. My areas of experience include but are not limited to parenting/family dynamics, childhood social emotional development, attachment, anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma, behavioral challenges and concerns, victims of abuse and neglect.

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Deb Barlow, MSW (New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Candidate for Licensure)

(In Person and Telehealth Available)

I believe we need mutual respect and trust in a therapeutic relationship. I work to build relationships that have those aspects as a foundation in our work together.  I use active listening, empathy and understanding with evidence-based strategies to determine customized approaches that meet each individual’s needs. I have extensive experience with adolescents and their caregivers having been a school social worker for many years. I have a background that includes working with, and advocating for, abused and neglected children and adolescents.  I utilize a strength-based, solution focused approach in my work, identifying strengths and coping skills to be used as tools for increased success.  The use of cognitive behavioral therapy is the cornerstone of my work but other modalities may come into play. I am well versed in Systems Theory, ADHD, Executive Functioning, Anxiety, Depression, Mood Regulation, Crisis Management, Childhood Abuse and Neglect, Trauma and Grief.  I have also been a regional team leader for the NH Disaster Behavioral Health Response Team (DBHRT) since its inception over 15 years ago.  I am trained in disaster response, trauma, critical incident stress management and psychological first aid.  


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Jill Heath, MSW, MSEd (MA (New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Candidate for Licensure)

(In Person and Telehealth Available)

When I think of therapy, I see it as a collaborative journey that inspires people to imagine and develop healthy, meaningful connections within themselves and with others. I have extensive experience working with children and adolescents, and enjoy using a person-centered approach to help each individual work through challenges, understand their strengths, and think outside the box to find solutions and reach their goals.

My objective is to focus on growth and healing in a safe and encouraging environment. I want to create the opportunity for clients to practice and improve skills to navigate transition, crisis, or change. My approach is a combination of cognitive-behavioral (actively working on changing ones thoughts and behaviors) and mindfulness (learning to experience difficulties with awareness and self-compassion rather than judgment and avoidance). I also like to introduce mindfulness into my practice as a way of slowing down and coping with difficult thoughts or emotions.

I have over 35 years of experience working in education; counseling, teaching, and consulting in both special education and regular education. Much of my work in the past 25 years has focused on educational equity and supporting all learners in reaching their highest potential.

My hope is for clients to foster a deeper understanding of themselves through compassion, empathy, and forgiveness, and to fully engage in life with greater meaning, strength, and joy.


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Brianna Brickner, MA (New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Candidate for Licensure)


(In Person and Telehealth Available)


Brianna received her Master’s degree at the University of St. Thomas in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Family Psychology in December of 2021. She is currently a New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Candidate for Licensure working under the supervision of Jennifer Golia, LMFT. By exploring and identifying recurring patterns in thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, Brianna is interested in helping you to foster self-awareness, while understanding these patterns in relation to past experiences. She is passionate about exploring the connection between mind and body during the healing process. Her areas of specialty include: anxiety, depression, family conflict, relationship issues, communication issues, premarital counseling, divorce, blended family struggles, trauma, women’s issues, infertility, post-partum, self-esteem, perfectionism, body image issues, overwhelm, work/life balance, boundaries, and managing emotions. She serves not as the expert or someone with all the answers, but as a collaborative guide, who helps uncover your value and wisdom already present. Brianna believes that we require less fixing and more accepting, less criticism and more self-compassion, and less perfectionism and more good-enough. Through integrative and holistic practices, she holds space for your authentic self to be heard and accepted without judgment. Brianna provides family therapy and individual therapy for adults and adolescents.  

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Melissa Tarbox, MA (New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Candidate for Licensure)

Maya Angelou said, “do the best you can until you know better and when you know better, do better.” I believe that the problems presented in therapy are merely the result of each individual’s best attempts at coping with their lived experiences, using the knowledge and skills learned from their past and present experiences. I view life’s journey for each individual to be uniquely different, therefore, I utilize a flexible, non-judgmental and collaborative approach in therapy to meet individuals, couples and families where they are at to guide them toward greater experiences of self-harmony and harmony with others. I believe the therapeutic relationship is the most important relationship. As an attachment-focused therapist, my goal is to provide a nurturing and trusting environment, unconditional acceptance, and to build a culture of respect in our work together. This is the foundation of my work as a therapist. I aim to provide a safe and secure space for clients to explore your inner world, discover their true potential, and learn new ways of being human that are in alignment with their true self. In this approach, I focus on self-awareness, self-understanding, and acceptance of self and others to promote self-worth and healthier coping strategies that lead to greater emotional intelligence, autonomy, self-efficacy, assertive and respectful communication, and ultimately more secure bonds in all relationships. I believe problems can be solved using a multitude of different approaches, therefore I utilize an integrative, systemically oriented and solution-focused framework in therapy. I received my Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of New Hampshire in August of 2022. I am currently a New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Candidate for Licensure working under the supervision of Jennifer Golia, LMFT. 

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