May 27, 2024


Are you looking for therapy in the New Hampshire – Vermont area? I am Karen Gillock and I am a psychologist who offers individual Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to adults. My office is conveniently located a short distance from Interstate 89 and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, in the wonderful Upper Valley.
Please take a moment to read a bit more about me and the services I offer. If, after looking over this website, it seems that we might be a good fit for pursuing your therapy goals, I invite you to call or email me. I would like the opportunity to learn more about you and to explain how I work, and you can ask any questions that you may have. This can be a great first step for you in creating a happy, healthy life. Send me an e-mail at or call me at 603-448-3588.







NH Psychologist Mission Statement - Karen Lee Gillock

Mission Statement

My mission is to promote your potential as you define it. By helping you identify  the psychological, environmental, and situational factors that are interfering with your ability to realize your potential, I can teach you the necessary skills and techniques to more effectively manage or eliminate those obstacles. I believe that when people are free from the psychological barriers to their goals and aspirations, they are enabled to identify healthy goals, maximize their growth potential, and lead happy, productive lives.

Psychologist NH | Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

In helping people make changes in their lives, I make use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and this means that I can provide you with focused, evidence-based, and expert attention and treatment. CBT is based on the idea that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, not external things, like people, situations, and events. Working together, we can help you change the way you think so that you can feel better and do what is healthier for you.

Psychologist NH - Treatment Specializations


My areas of specialization include helping people with anxiety and related problems, including stress, trauma, cancer survivorship, behavioral medicine, and mood disorders. Do you experience worry, social anxiety, phobias, obsessions and compulsions, or long-term effects of trauma? Has cancer survivorship left you with difficulties adapting to your diagnosis/treatment/recovery, feeling challenged in resuming your ‘normal’ activities, or experiencing problems with your memory and/or attention?  Do you have a medical condition that is being worsened because of stress or less-than-healthy habits? Are you depressed or stressed and unable to reclaim your vital, healthy life? Working together, we can guide you towards improving the problem areas of your life that relate to your experience of anxiety, stress, and/or depression.