Meet the Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling Team
Stacie Leclerc MLADC, LCMHC
Stacie Leclerc MLADC, LCMHC is the founder of Blue Heron Neurofeedback and Counseling. She earned her Master’s degree in counseling from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado and has worked in a variety of settings with adolescents and adults.
As a dual-licensed clinician, she specializes in substance use disorders, mood disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and life transitions. Her therapeutic approach is client-centered, using evidence-based practices to assist clients in developing strategies to overcome challenges. In a judgment-free setting, clients feel supported while working toward recovery by addressing the relationship between behaviors, thoughts, and feelings with goal-oriented strategies.
Judith Baker, Family Nurse Practitioner
As a Family Nurse Practitioner, Judith Baker has worked over the last 19 years with many individuals struggling with addiction, as well as other disease processes. She has lived and worked in New Hampshire for her entire career. Baker received a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, Master’s of Science in Nursing, and an American Nursing Credential Center Board Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner through University of New Hampshire.
Her goal is to provide a safe therapeutic environment offering the latest evidence-based clinical care services, supporting sustainable, long term recovery directly and indirectly to individuals, families and communities suffering from Addiction.
Susan Joyce Bailey, MA, MLADC
Susan J Bailey, MA, MLADC earned her Master’s degree in Community Social Psychology from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell. She specializes in substance use treatment and anxiety and trauma and uses empirically based treatments to help people meet their goals. Susan uses a client centered approach to treatment and encourages, empowers, and educates her clients in a supportive environment.
We are all living in stressful times and Susan is skilled in helping clients learn mindfulness skills to lessen that stress.
Amy Meunier, MS, MLADC
Amy Meunier’s goal is to work with individuals who desire to make changes in their lives and empower everyone to reach their individual potential. It is important to be supportive to the individual’s needs, strengths, and any barriers that interrupt this process.
Amy is dedicated to making sure people feel safe and supported in the counseling relationship and she focuses on interrupting maladaptive behaviors through Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. She also has experience in Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment.
If you are someone who is looking to make a change, desires to have a neutral sounding board to process events in your life or are unsure if counseling is for you, reach out to and explore the benefits that therapy has to offer.
Gary A Richard, MS, LADC
Gary Richard M.S., LADC earned his Master’s degree in Human Services at Springfield College’s satellite location in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Gary’s career in Human Services has given him experience in developmental services, mental health services, juvenile justice, and substance use treatment. He has provided substance use treatment in varying levels of care including Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, and Residential treatment.
As a New Hampshire Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Gary provides individuals with person-centered treatment while utilizing evidence-based practices. While working in a safe environment, Gary helps each client identify and set realistic goals that assist them down their chosen pathway to recovery.
Tom Grillo BS, Business Management, IDCMP Program Coordinator.
Tom Grillo has been working in the Impaired Driver Care Management Program since 2013. In his current position, he helps clients navigate the process of having their driver’s license reinstated after revocation for DWI. His goal is to assist the client through the process while maintaining a non-judgmental environment.
Tom is certified by both the state of New Hampshire and Prime For Life as an instructor for the Impaired Driver Education Program. He has a total of 11 years of experience working in or around drug and alcohol treatment programs and has been a recovery coach since 2015.
Roxanne Dodge, M.A., LCMHC
I graduated from Antioch New England Graduate School with a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. After enjoying 30 years in Community Mental Health working with a diverse client caseload, she has transitioned to semi-retirement, and now does private practice for Blue Heron. Her interests are in Jungian Psychology, as well as dreamwork, archetypal pattern analysis, and the confluence of spirit and matter, which she studies through the Assisi Institute. Most recently she is engaged in seminars on PTSD treatment tools.
Casandra Mercer, Administrative Support Manager
My name is Casandra and I am a student of SNHU studying Psychology. I am in recovery and enjoy the opportunity to work in a field that I can directly relate to.
I have a great appreciation for anyone seeking to improve their quality of life through counseling. My goal in working at Blue Heron is to provide support to clinicians and clients to improve the therapeutic process.
Stephanie Gould LCMHC
I have worked with various populations in a variety of clinical settings over the course of my career as a mental health counselor. Some of those experiences include supporting soldiers and airmen serving in the NH National Guard, working in various roles within the NH community mental health system, serving students in higher education, providing clinical management in residential substance use disorder treatment programming, and working on various state grants to improve access to care in NH.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts in General Studies, Communications from Texas Tech University as well as a Masters in Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Plymouth State University. I am licensed to practice mental health counseling by the NH Board of Mental Health (LCMHC). I live, work, and play in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Over the years, I have worked in the communities of Plymouth, Littleton, and Conway NH.
Dan Lavigne MS, LADC
Dan has worked in all phases of substance use treatment since 2011. He has been a LADC since obtaining a Bachelors degree in Human Services in 2015 and went on to obtain a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Springfield College in 2019. Dan is a MLADC and LCMHC candidate and currently provides substance use and mental health services for adults and adolescence in the Mt. Washington Valley area.
Dan’s primary approach to counseling is an integration of person-centered, mindfulness-based, and cognitive behavioral therapies. In essence, this integrative counseling approach strives to balance mindful awareness, a genuine and empathic relationship with the client, and a collaborative effort at identifying what changes can be made to minimize the impact of symptoms and develop skills to identify and maintain balance.