Couple Problems: For unmarried or married couples experiencing relationship problems, sexual difficulties, communication conflicts, or pre-marital concerns.
Family Problems: For traditional or non-traditional family problems involving behavioral difficulties with young children, school-related concerns, adolescent problems, family violence, drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, separation and divorce concerns, and/or depression or anxiety, and for help coping with stressful events such as illness, death, or other loss.
Life-Adjustment Problems: For people coping with normal life transitions or situations such as singlehood, remarriage and stepfamily concerns, gender orientation, parent care, and retirement issues.
Our services are not limited to the list above. The Marriage and Family Therapy Center of the University of New Hampshire does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran's status, or handicap in the delivery of services.