Dr. Heidi Dunham

Assistant Director

Dr. Dunham approaches her work from a strength-based perspective, and she is passionate in her mission to help others realize their personal goals to heal. Dr. Dunham is genuine and focuses on creating a safe and nurturing therapeutic environment. It is through collaboration with a trusting relationship that patients are able to open up and begin the healing process. 

Dr. Dunham earned her Doctorate and Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University New England.  In addition, she earned a Master of Education from Keene State College.

Dr. Dunham treats patients across the lifespan, and her educational background provides a basis for her treatment. She approaches her work from a developmental perspective and meets her patients where they are and helps them move forward by scaffolding and using clinical strategies and techniques as they progress. 

Dr. Dunham treats patients struggling with trauma, grief, depressive/anxiety disorders, and neurological/developmental disorders. Her expertise in working with her patients is guided by a deep awareness and respect for their pain and suffering, as well as their potential for happiness and joy. She strives to gain to better understanding from a non-judgmental stance to bring about change.

Issues Commonly Addressed

• Anxiety Disorders
• Career Counseling
• Chronic Pain
• Coping Skills
• Depression
• Divorce
• Grief
• Peer Relationships
• Self Esteem
• Trauma

Treatment Approach

• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
• Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
• Integrative Psychotherapy
• Interpersonal Cognitive Therapy
• Mindfulness Practices
• Motivational Interviewing Strategies
• Narrative Therapy
• Psychodynamic Therapy
Visit our glossary to learn more about treatment approaches.

Client Focus

• Individuals

Dr. Heidi Dunham

Dr. Heidi Dunham


Licensed Psychologist, State of NH and Vermont Board of Psychologists
• Credentialed with The Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT),  Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards

Age Groups Served

• Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)
• Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
• Adults
• Elders (65+)