Dr. Wentworth, earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Rivier University in Nashua, New Hampshire. She continued her graduate work at Rivier and received her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health with a concentration in Multicultural Counseling. Colleen has been a licensed clinician working in the Greater Nashua area since 2003. She served as the Coordinator of the Greater Nashua Supervised Visitation Center, undergraduate adjunct psychology instructor at Rivier University, and worked at St. Joseph Hospital providing outpatient mental health treatment for patients of the Roger Dionne Senior Center and crisis intervention for patients presenting to the emergency department.

Dr. Wentworth completed her doctoral work at Rivier University in the combined Mental Health and School Psychology program. She was inducted into the International Honor Society for Psychology, Psi Chi. She completed her doctoral internship at The Brattleboro Retreat. Here, she gained experience working with those with co-occurring mental health and substances abuse disorders as part of the Uniformed Services and partial hospitalization programs. As a clinician in the Pain Clinic, she provided alternative approaches managing chronic pain. She is completing her post-doctoral fellowship at the Counseling Center of Nashua with a focus on individual therapy, psychological and neuropsychological assessment. Areas of interest and clinical practice include; mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, as well as those affected by trauma, newly diagnosed dementia/caregiving, phase of life issues, and substance use.

Currently, Colleen is practicing as a licensed psychologist in North Carolina and New Hampshire providing therapy for those at the beginning, middle and later parts of their journey through adulthood. Dr. Wentworth sees clients with various mental health and substance use issues.


Sexual Trauma
Women's Issues


PsyD (Doctor of Psychology)
Rivier University

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