Our team of experienced and caring, professional mental health counselors committed to your success. At Better Solutions, our focus is on you and helping you to create the life you have always wanted.
Our counselors have experience within the courts, correctional settings, institutional facilities, schools, and domestic violence shelters as well as others. Our expertise helps to provide practical life applications for a variety of problems. We will collaborate with you to design problem-solving techniques and coping skills.
We work with you in order to increase happiness and satisfaction in life, relationships, and social interactions. Our team’s focus is to collaborate with you in order to achieve better mental health and a more productive, peaceful, and accomplished life.
Value of You Well-Being
We take many different types of insurance. For the uninsured, unemployed or those who choose not to use insurance, we offer a sliding fee scale based on your income. We believe that there is nothing more important than our clients’ well-being and mental health and the lack of insurance or low income should not dictate who receives help.
Better Solutions Lead Therapist
Angela Peters LICSW, LCSW, Peter Hatch ,LCSW and Nadesa Henry LICSW, LCSW-C
Nadesa Henry has an incredible wealth of experience working with children and families experiencing all levels of crisis. The majority of her clinical experience was obtained for her over ten years working with the Department of Children and Services in DC. She has also served in the United States Air force for over twelve years and have traveled around the world helping others. She consults with organizations on a myriad of issues including youth and leadership development, HIV/AIDS, substance use, domestic violence, LGBTQ and gender identity. Angela Peters is a seasoned psychotherapist who has worked around the world helping people of different background and life experiences find peace, health and overall well-being. She has recently completed 2 years of investigative work with the Department of Children Services in England where she helped to multiple families overcome traumatic and abusive events. She has worked as a licensed therapist for over ten years with individuals, groups and couples both same sex and heterosexual. She has conducted workshops for women who were survivor of domestic violence and also have experience working individually with children who were sexually and physically abused. Peter Hatch has been a Social Worker for more than fifteen years and is licensed to practice as a LCSW in both Maine and NY. He works for several years with both victim and perpetrator of domestic violence and has lectured at University and Colleges to students about the challenges and stress of being in a relationship and the potential for domestic violence. He has a diverse background with can be partly attributed to his diverse work experience. He has experience working with the department of correction, department of education, the court systems, domestic violence shelters, as well as many others. He has now chosen private practice so that he may spend more time with people in need of help. He has an extraordinary ability to connect and be able to others and uses a non-judgmental approach to problem solving. His love for helping others achieve their goals in a caring and warm demeanor make him an exception therapist and mentor for those he oversees.