We have the most licensed psychologists and psychiatrists practicing in one location in New England
Nancy LeBlanc, Ph.D.
Confidential, Professional, Personal Care When You Need It
Range of Services
In 1995, Dr. LeBlanc received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of
Professional Psychology - Fresno (Now named Alliant International University). In 1983, she was
awarded her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from that same University. She earned
her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Northeastern University in Boston, Mass.
Dr. LeBlanc has a license to practice Psychology in New Hampshire.
Dr. LeBlanc's professional experience has been in medical, rehabilitation and geropsychology
settings. She has worked at Easter Seals serving on numerous teams, and treating individuals
receiving treatment from the Early Intervention, Work Hardening, Head Injury and Adult Medical
Rehabilitation programs. She has supervised and coached Psychologists and Social Workers. Dr.
LeBlanc's work with adults has been in a variety of settings including the entire continuum of care
from the hospital to the outpatient office. She has worked with individuals and families in the
following settings: medical inpatient, psychiatric inpatient, partial hospitalization, nursing homes,
skilled facilities and in the outpatient office. Her most recent position was at a Geropsychiatric
practice in Manchester, NH - Generations Geriatric Mental Health - where she was employed for
nearly twenty years. At The Counseling Center, she will see clients in addition to her administrative
responsibilities as the Associate Director of Patient and Provider Services.
For decades, Dr. LeBlanc has been a member of the American Psychological Association (APA)
and New Hampshire Psychological Association (NHPA). As a volunteer, Dr. LeBlanc has served
the state psychological association as a leader and a committee member. She has been NHPA's
Secretary, on the Executive Committee, Chairperson of the Legislative and Continuing Education
Committees and currently serves as a member of NHPA's Continuing Education Committee. Dr.
LeBlanc has volunteered for VNA Hospice, seeing clients, facilitating groups, training and
supervising bereavement group facilitators. Additionally, she also enjoys the study of genealogy.
In these varied settings, Dr. LeBlanc assists adults and seniors identify their goals, as well as
adjust to life changes associated with cognitive and behavioral changes (dementia), aging and loss.