Sophie Tell, MS, LCMHC

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Sophie Tell, MS, LCMHC

Inpatient Psychiatry

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

I feel joy when I witness a patient’s progress.

Sophie Tell, MS, LCMHC

Inpatient Psychiatry

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

“I feel joy when I witness a patient’s progress from illness to stability. I make a difference in their lives by listening respectfully and introducing them to tools, supports and activities that can help them understand and manage their illness.

During the last couple of years, I have enjoyed the success of integrating evidence-based treatment with creative arts (visual art, writing and music). Our therapy team designs theme weeks around this integration. One example is a mask-making workshop that culminated in a hospital exhibit of the patients’ masks and narratives to go with them. The exhibit was even featured in the local paper.”

Lisa Cudhea

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Lisa Cudhea

Group Therapist, Inpatient Psychiatry

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

I love seeing the transformations patients make.

Lisa Cudhea

Group Therapist, Inpatient Psychiatry

Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Lebanon

Each day I come to work is different based on the patient population, and I like that. No day is ever the same. I help patients see their strengths outside of their mental health issues. I love working with them and seeing the transformation they make with the help of a team.

We have a wonderful staff, and the atmosphere on the unit is calm and welcoming. My colleagues know they can count on me to be flexible, but they also know I am consistent in the work I do. They know that I am honest and not afraid to speak up when I have a question or concern about treatment, care or our unit.