Mo Anne Shyne MA, LCMHC
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Specializing in Children, Adolescents, & Families

603.216.9244
dcarney@LCMHC.n
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"If we can feel it, we can heal it."
Beyond technique and theory is the realm of the relationship: the ongoing human-to-human connection providing the foundation for change. The therapeutic relationship is the safe container allowing one to more fully and completely feel the presence of self while in the presence of another.

The purpose of a therapeutic relationship is to assist the individual receiving therapy to change his or her life for the better. Such a relationship is crucial, as it is often times the first setting in which the person receiving treatment shares intimate thoughts, beliefs, and emotions regarding the issue(s) in question.

Deb specializes in the following areas and uses a passionate relational model within her therapeutic application and approach.

Men's and Women's Issues


Adult children of alcoholic's
Anxiety Disorders
Building and Maintaining Trust
Gender Identity Issues
Inner child recovery
Mood Disorders
Recovering from Rape
Sexuality, Spirituality, and Wholeness
Sexual Harassment
Sexual Orientation Issues
Trauma related disorders and issues
Womenís/Menís Depression

Domestic Violence


Abuse and Neglect from childhood as well as adulthood
Domestic Violence
Dating Violence
Understanding Batterers

Children & Families


Anger
Classroom management for behaviorally challenged students
Conflict Resolution and Mediation
Crisis Management
Parental Education for:

  • Infants
  • Toddlers
  • Preschoolers
  • School-aged
  • Preteen
  • Teens
Preschool developmental stages and ages
Self-esteem and positive discipline for 2-12-year-olds
Sibling Rivalry
Teen development
Teen peer relationships
Violence, Drugs, Alcohol and Sex: What to say to your children
Violence in the media

Parental Education for:


Infants
Toddlers
Preschoolers
School-aged
Preteen -Teens

Deb has an extensive background working as an assistant in physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation therapy in rehabilitative units within long term care facilities. She later worked with individuals with developmental and mental health disabilities and earned a Direct Support Certification and Associates degree in Human Services from Northern Essex Community College. Deborah has also taught at Northern Essex Community College in their Continuing Education evening program for the past six years.

Deb has managed residential group programs and actively worked with the Department of Developmental Services of Massachusetts in many capacities advocating for clients health and human rights. Additionally, she helped bring a new independent residential living program from its inception to the ribbon cutting ceremony, this program being a model of the very first of its kind in the state of Massachusetts. Deborah has been a speaker at Direct Support Care Conferences around the state of Massachusetts and has also introduced the new Commissioner, Elin Howe of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services of the Department of Developmental Disabilities.

Deb is a guardian and Rogers monitor for one intellectually disabled person. Deborah and her husband, Dave, also share their home with two individuals with dual diagnosis developmental and mental health disabilities. Deborah serves in an active capacity for the Jeanne Gieger Crisis Center in Newburyport, Massachusetts as a Hotline Crisis worker dealing with individuals and families in distress experiencing Domestic Violence and Abuse emergencies.


 



Shyne Counseling Services


130 Main Street, Suite 201 F & G
Salem, NH 03079

Phone: 603-216-9244
Fax: 603-898-4563

dcarney@LCMHC.net

Shyne Counseling Services
130 Main St., Suite 201 F & G  Salem, NH 03079    P. 603.216.9244    F. 603.898.4563    dcarney@LCMHC.net