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Kathryn Jones

Washington, New Hampshire

Kathryn Jones

MS, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Plymouth State University
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

The majority of my clinical experience has been with trauma-informed and mood-disorder-focused counseling. I am licensed in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts (telehealth services only), mainly working as a licensed counselor at New England College. Although I enjoy working with college students, it’s important to me to be able to have services available to all and not just one population.

Washington, New Hampshire
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