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Dr. Steven Durost

Agency Name: Dr. Steven Durost
Name: C.R.E.A.T.E! Center for Expressive Arts, Therapy and Education
Business Address: 141 Union St
City: Manchester
State: NH
ZIP Code: 03103
Business Phone Number: 603-625-0010
Business Fax: 603-625-0075
Therapy Languages: English
Degree Name/Type: PhD
Name of School: Lesley University
Year Graduated In: 2011
Major: Expressive Therapies
Licensed In State: NH
Years of Clinic Experience: 18
Years of Experience with Victims: 12

I have been working with male abuse survivors for many years and currently run a male survivors support group at my center. It has been running for seven years now with a funding from the YWCA Crisis Center.  The group is free to participants.

I offer therapy groups for male survivors only: Yes
I offer a free initial consultation appointment.: Yes
I offer a sliding scale fee for survivors in need: Yes
I accept most major insurance carriers.: Yes
Other Information: Steven Durost has a PhD in Expressive Therapies, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Registered Art Therapist with the International Association for Expressive Art Therapist. Steven is the Owner & Executive Director of C.R.E.A.T.E! Center for Expressive Arts, Therapy and Education! in Manchester, New Hampshire. C.R.E.A.T.E! is the recipient of the New Hampshire National Alliance for Mental Illness Award for Systems Change. Steven has been awarded the Heroes of Justice Award by the YWCA Crisis Services for his work with the Male Sexual Abuse Survivor’s Support Group and for being the YWCA’s first responder for human trafficking. Steven has also received the Zerka T. Moreno Award by the American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama. Steven teaches Psychodrama as adjunct faculty for Lesley University. Steven has or currently does conduct research, teach courses, create groups and presents/co-presents workshops in India, South Africa, Israel, New Zealand, Australia, China, Singapore, Denmark, Sweden, Greece, Croatia and North America.
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