Alliance Mental Health and Youth Consultation Services is a small mental health practice.  


We accept the following Insurances:                         

  • Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield

  • NH Healthy Families

  • Ambetter

  • Martin's Point

  • Medicare

Adrienne Pierce, LICSW

I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and I consider myself a "person centered" therapist who believes that the key to having a successful professional relationship is building a strong rapport with my clients. Since obtaining my Master's Degree in Social Work from Boston College in 1996, my career work settings has included community mental health centers, hospital based gero-psychiatric units, emergency services, private practice and residential treatment centers.


I use Mindfulness Based CBT, Insight-Oriented Work, Solution-Focused Therapy, Grief/Loss Work and Psychotherapy with adults (25 and older) in order to assist them in identifying and utilizing their own strengths and skills. Areas of specialty include: Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders and Adjustment Disorders which encompass life changing events and difficulty adapting to new life situations (ie: occupational related stress, chronic medical issues, relationship difficulties, death/dying, memory deficits and dementia).

Maria Fellows, LMFT

I view therapy as an opportunity to give ourselves the time and space to discover how to heal, and how we want to continue to grow. 


Usually therapy delves into our life stories, our thoughts and beliefs, and the emotions life events bring up for us.  The part we often forget to address is how our experiences live in our bodies, and how that impacts our every day lives, from how we walk to what we focus on in our relationships. I use an integrated model of practice, with a focus on Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, which means I will guide you in exploring what your body can teach us about your experiences, and learn what might be useful for your unique healing and growth.


I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and I work with couples, individuals, and families who are seeking support with past and present trauma, depression, anxiety and worry, relationship issues, grief and loss, cultural issues, and family issues such as adjustment to life changes (blended families, separation, loss of family member), social-emotional issues adolescents might have at school, and family conflict. I look forward to getting to know you, and to discovering what techniques are going to work for you and your loved ones.

James Marston, LCMHC

I believe that at its core, therapy is forming a positive relationship, and then using that relationship to motivate and reinforce healing and change. My greatest strength as a therapist is that I care - I care about the clients in my care, their lives, and their futures.

I have worked with adults, children, and families for the last six years in a variety of settings.   I have a strong history of helping children and parents adapt to challenges in their lives.  For the last three years I have been working with adults as well, and have enjoyed helping people overcome anxiety, manage depression, and process the things that have happened in their lives.