Welcome to Therapists of Color New England, the pioneering Black psychotherapy group practice in Manchester, New Hampshire, led by Nicole Sublette. As the owner, I am dedicated to providing culturally responsive therapy to individuals in marginalized communities. Our practice proudly serves people of color, LGBTQ individuals, youth (ages 6 and up), women, men, and couples.
At Therapists of Color New England, we are committed to helping you navigate life's challenges. Our goal is to alleviate stress, reduce anxiety, alleviate depression, improve relationships, and address a wide range of mental health symptoms. By choosing our counseling services, you will find the relief you seek.
Our team of compassionate therapists understands the unique experiences and needs of individuals from diverse backgrounds. With expertise in culturally informed therapy, we create a safe and affirming space where you can freely express yourself and work towards personal growth and healing.
Whether you are seeking support for yourself, your relationship, or your family, we provide a wide range of therapeutic approaches tailored to your specific needs. Through evidence-based techniques, holistic approaches, and a deep understanding of intersectional identities, we empower you to overcome obstacles and thrive.
Explore our website to learn more about our dedicated therapists, services, and the ways in which we can support your mental health journey. Take the first step towards healing by contacting us to schedule a confidential appointment.
Therapists of Color New England is here to guide you on your path to well-being. Together, we can create positive change and foster a stronger, more resilient you.
We offer telehealth and in person services at our office in downtown Manchester, NH.
Nicole Sublette, one of the mental health counselors running the training with Southern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center, hopes it can help clinicians to recognize how their own privilege, power and biases can impact the care they provide for their patients.
“We [as clinicians] have to be super aware,” she said. “And it's not just race. It's gender. It's LGBTQIA. It's ability. It’s disability. It's age. It's religion. It's language.”... Read More
Free online workshop series Fridays 12:00-2:00pm EST starting March 25th. Register Here
Nicole Sublette, MA, LCMHC, CMHIMP
Yunieska Krug, MSW, LICSW, MLADC
10 CEU's (two per session) sponsored by the Southern New Hampshire Health Education Center