Jenessa Deleault, Psy.D. is a Clinical Psychologist currently in private practice in Bedford, NH who works with children, adolescents, families, and adults. She works with children of all ages but has a specialization in working with young children. Dr. Deleault is a nationally rostered Child Parent Psychotherapy provider, which is an evidenced based psychotherapy model for children ages 0-6 who have been exposed to trauma and adverse childhood experiences. Dr. Deleault has experience working with children and families with a variety of presenting concerns including depression, anxiety, ADHD, academic challenges, autism spectrum disorders, history of traumatic experiences and regulation difficulties. Dr. Deleault completed her dissertation on postpartum and perinatal psychiatric disorders and a focus of her clinical practice includes maternal mental health and wellness. Furthermore, Dr. Deleault is also providing trainings and consultation on mental health and trauma to school districts across the state. She has worked to help school staff understand trauma and its impact on development, learning, and behavior through providing presentations and consultation in coordination with Dr. Cassie Yackley. She completed an APA accredited doctoral program in 2015, completed an APA accredited internship in 2014, and she is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of NH.
Beth Ketaineck, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist. Beth graduated from an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical psychology at Antioch University in 2014 after completing her clinical internship at Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc. in Concord, NH. Beth continues to practice at Riverbend in the Children’s Intervention Program. Since 2009, Beth has focused her studies and clinical work on the unique mental health needs of children, adolescents, and their families, and maintains a particular interest in the short- and long-term impacts of early exposure to traumatic experiences. Beth was credentialed in Early Child and Family Mental Health (ECFMH) from 2014-2016 and has been practicing Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), an evidence-based practice that helps young children and their families heal from stressful or traumatic experiences, since 2012, and became a nationally rostered CPP clinician in 2017. She provides annual trainings for practicing clinicians at Riverbend and has been leading their weekly clinical consultation team for three years. While Beth loves the work with young children, she also has a passion for working with their caregivers. She believes that healing occurs in the context of loving relationships and all people do the best they can with the resources they have.
In addition to her work with young children and their caregivers, Beth sees clients up to age 18 with a range of presenting concerns including depression, anxiety, ADHD, thought disorders, autism spectrum disorders, academic difficulties, and social skills deficits. Beth collaborates and consults with teachers, guidance counselors, para-professionals, primary care physicians, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists. Regardless of symptom presentation, Beth maintains a clinical focus on using relationships to heal and grow.