Denise Lamothe is a New Hampshire licensed psychologist and a doctor of holistic health with a Docorate in Clinical Psychology and a doctorate in holistic health. Dr. Lamothe has taught for the University of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Technical Institute, New England College and Antioch/New England Graduate School, as well as other public and private agencies. She is a member of the New Hampshire Psychological Association, the American Psychological Association and the Association for Women in Psychology.

Dr. Lamothe has been in private practice since 1981. She studied Self-in-Relation Theory, a theory of women's development. In her practice, she combines traditional and alternative methods to work "holistically" -- that is, with each client's physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs. Special areas of expertise include eating disorders, life transitions, midlife and menopause, alternative lifestyles, anxiety, depression and stress management. The author of "The Taming Of The Chew:A Holistic Guide To Stopping Compulsive Eating". Dr. Lamothe has helped people with compulsive eating behaviors since she opened her practice and runs weekend retreats and workshops for people who struggle with this issue.

Currently, Dr. Lamothe resides in Epping, New Hampshire and is in private practice there.

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