Dr. Jenev Caddell is a New Hampshire and New York Licensed Psychologist, a Certified Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist, and offers couples and individual therapy in her private office located at Millyard Technology Park - 10 Technology Way, Nashua, NH 03060.
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Are you intelligent, successful and driven?
Yet something’s not working?
Perhaps you are struggling with mood problems, anxiety and/or difficulties in your relationships.
You appreciate a therapist who is down to earth, intelligent, highly trained, and above all, human. You don’t want to talk to a wall; you would like feedback.
In my work with both couples and individuals, I take an active, collaborative, humanistic and client-centered stance in my work. While I’m not the touchy-feely type, I believe your emotions are your friends, and can be the keys to your wellbeing, even if they feel like your enemies.
Please see below to read about couples therapy and individual therapy:
Dr. Caddell is a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist.
Who is couples therapy for?
- Struggling in circles with the same fights over and over again?
- Frustrated to no end with your relationship and not sure what to do?
- Desperate to connect with your partner again, but no idea how to and nothing seems to work?
- Interested in deepening an already strong relationship?
If you are ready to prioritize your relationship and take steps toward improving it, couples counseling is for you.
Success in couples counseling requires a commitment. For this reason, if you are someone who has a difficult time following through with things that you start, let us know and we can discuss other plans for you to make sure you stay committed to the process.
Couples therapy is weekly, especially at the beginning of the process.
What results can we expect to see from attending couples therapy?
Couples who successfully complete the process of counseling experience results such as
- Improved communication
- Feeling supported and understood by their partners
- Finally being able to connect to each other again
- Understanding the types of cyclical blood boiling fights they get into and learning how to stop them, and
- Enjoying their relationships at their best.
A happy and healthy relationship spills over into all aspects of your life. Depending on how your relationship problems are manifesting in your life, you can expect to experience any of the following as a result of a secure and happy relationship:
- Improved sleep
- Improved mood
- Better and more frequent sex
- More confidence, decreased stress
- Improved performance at work
- Better physical health, and of course,
- Feeling cherished by your partner and actually cherishing your partner
As a significant bonus, if you are parents, you can rest assured knowing that you are positive role models for your kids, showing them what a healthy relationship looks like and in turn setting them up for success in their relationships by example.
Who is couples therapy for?
Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is for couples who are committed to trying to work things out, regardless of how much distress they are in at the start of counseling.
However, EFT is not for everyone.
If you and your partner are experiencing the following problems, EFT is unlikely for you until these issues are resolved:
• Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence
If you are experiencing any kind of violence or abuse in your relationship, please visit www.thehotline.org for help
• Ongoing extreme substance abuse
Serious substance abuse issues should be kept under control before you will be able to make the most of your experience in couples therapy.
It is very difficult to work on your relationship when there is ongoing infidelity. If you or your partner are cheating and unwilling to stop, this creates an impasse. Therapy can be necessary for many couples to get over the trauma of infidelity, but the affair needs to stop before the healing can start. I will only work with couples who are willing to disclose and consider ending an affair if there is present infidelity in your relationship.
How long can I expect to be in couples therapy?
While there is no exact answer to this question, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) has been demonstrated to help couples without histories of trauma in as little as 12-20 sessions. If you or your partner has a history of trauma, EFT may last longer than 12-20 sessions.
No couple is created equal! I have seen couples move from distress to complete improvement with a history of severe trauma in as little as 3 months; I have also worked with couples without a history of trauma for much longer than this time frame.
EFT is short-term and focused on helping you feel better and more connected as fast as possible, but all couples move at their own speed.
My fee is $250 per 60-minute session. Payment is due at the time of service or sessions can be paid for in advance. In addition to cash or check, I accept all credit cards and payments from Health Savings Accounts.
Contact us today to see if we have any openings – if not, we will try to help link you to a qualified therapist near you.
Can I speak with you on the phone before setting up an initial consultation?
I recommend that you do – please call or email us and we will be able to schedule a free phone consultation to determine what makes the most sense in terms of moving forward.
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Individual psychotherapy is an opportunity to take a closer look at yourself in order to feel more satisfied with your life. Some people come to therapy feeling “stuck” and not knowing why. Many others seek therapy when they are having specific problems that are impeding their lives, such as panic attacks, a recent loss or break-up, or general transitions. Others find themselves getting caught in the same kinds of relationships that don’t work out, and would like to understand why and change this pattern.
What can therapy help me with?
While my specialty is working with people struggling in relationships, below please find a list of common complaints that people come to my office with and have worked to resolve: