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Seacoast Mental Health Center
1145 Sagamore Avenue
Diagnosis and Evaluation

Founded in 1963 to address the mental health care needs of the New Hampshire Seacoast, Seacoast Mental Health Center (SMHC) is one of ten non-profit state-designated community mental health centers (CMHCs) in New Hampshire. As a CMHC, we provide evaluations and treatment services to children, adolescents and families, adults, and the elderly who reside in our catchment area regardless of their ability to pay. We accept most major insurances and offer a sliding fee scale for uninsured consumers living in the eastern half of Rockingham County.

The mission of Seacoast Mental Health Center is to provide a broad, comprehensive array of high quality, effective and accessible mental health services to residents of the eastern half of Rockingham County.

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New Hampshire
Shelly Rattet, Ph.D.
99 East Central Street

“Although I have extensive expertise in pediatrics, with knowledge of special education criteria, I offer evaluations for all ages from 4 years through adulthood.”


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(508) 289-1993
Stephanie Monaghan-Blout, Psy.D.
55 Chapel Street, Suite 202
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Formerly an adolescent and family therapist, Dr. Stephanie Monaghan-Blout is a senior clinician who joined NESCA at its inception in 2007.

She specializes in the neuropsychological assessment of children and adolescents with complex learning and emotional issues. She is proficient in the administration of psychological (projective) tests, as well as in neuropsychological testing. Her responsibilities at NESCA also include acting as Clinical Coordinator, overseeing psycho-educational and therapeutic services.

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Stephen Rothenberg Psy.D.
137 Newbury Street, 6th Floor

Dr. Stephen Rothenberg is a licensed psychologist with over 35 years experience. He manages a Relationship Group Psychotherapy Program, and has consulted to schools and businesses and presented various workshops nationally. He has written articles for various journals and magazines and wrote and presented a videotape on helping children develop social skills. He has a special interest in integrating psychotherapy and neurofeedback to help individuals with neurodevelopmental difficulties.


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(857) 753-4332
Susan M. Brefach, Ed. D.
2 Davis Rd
Diagnosis and Evaluation

Why Choose Neurodevelopment Associates?


Because we believe that You are the expert on your child. Because your child needs you to succeed. Because we make sure your voice is heard.

We have a different focus, and a different mission, from most other clinics and practices. We believe a skilled evaluation and the right recommendations are just the start. You also need the follow-up services, such as going to school meetings and observing current or proposed programs. The best report by itself may not have the impact on your child’s success that you want.

Working with you, we ensure that the programs and services your child receives are the ones he or she needs to make effective progress.  Our goal is to provide the expert help and support you need to meet your most important parenting goal–making sure your child succeeds in school and in life. We make school work for your child.


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Greater Boston