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Clergy & Congregational Care

The Clergy and Congregational Care (CCC) Program provides a variety of educational, psychotherapeutic and consultative services for religious communities in the areas of: psychotherapy, spiritual direction, and psychological testing for religious leaders. Also, CCC provides services for congregations such as education in grief, transitions, appreciative inquiry, and conflict resolution.

CCC is an initiative from the Samaritan Institute of Denver, CO, an international network of spiritually oriented psychotherapy, of which PCS is a member, funded by the Lilly Foundation.

For more information on the CCC Program, contact Dr. David Reynolds at 603-627-2702 at extension 113.

Clergy Programs

Programs for Religious Leaders of all Denominations and Faiths

Psychotherapy Services

Solving problems and issues in daily life either individually, in couples or family counseling.

Spiritual Direction

Focus on the inner journey or spirit, nurturing disciplines, and awareness of barriers.

Psychological Testing

Assessment for seminarians and personality assessment for clergy


Conflict Resolution, visioning, planning retreats

Clergy Couples

Help for the unique issues of religious leaders and spouse/partners.

Vocational Assessment

Assessment of career goals and changes.
Pastoral Leadership Development Group

Congregational Programs

Safe Church

Develop policies, procedures, and education to prevent child abuse in church setting and your community.

Church Assessment Tool

An instrument to determine the drivers of energy and satisfaction for church members' ideal for visioning, transition planning, and succession planning.

Appreciative Inquiry

A process for visioning that builds on congregational strengths.


Groups on grief, mindfulness meditation, parenting, adolescent issues, and aging.

Guest Preaching

Retreat for Lay Leaders, Groups, Communities

Clergy Program Staff

The Rev. Dr. Calvin R. Genzel
Interim Executive Director

The Rev. Dr. Calvin Genzel is a Licensed Psychologist in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. Dr. Genzel earned his Ph.D. in Pastoral Psychology at Boston University and did his clinical training at the Danielsen Institute. Current areas of clinical interests include psychological assessments, vocational counseling, sexual orientation and identity, and spirituality and faith development.

The Rev. Dr. Emily B. Geoghegan

A Licensed Psychologist, the Rev. Dr. Emily Geoghegan clinical expertise includes mood disorders, spiritual growth & development and stress management through mindfulness meditation. She enjoys working in the community as well, teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Management skills, particularly with homeless populations.

The Rev. Dr. David B. Reynolds

Dr. David Reynolds' primary focus is the integration of spirituality and psychology during the clinical process. He is adept at working with clients dealing with trauma recovery, depression, anxiety, and crisis management. Dr. Reynolds promotes the services and mission of PCS to the Manchester area. Also, he frequently presents lectures and seminars at churches, schools, and businesses on a variety of topics, including transitions, values, and productivity. Dr. Reynolds also provides consultation and spiritual direction. He is at the Bedford Satellite Office one day a week.

The Rev. Dr. Douglas B. Stephens
Training Coordinator

In addition to providing psychotherapy to clients, Dr. Doug Stephens is also the PCS Training Coordinator, managing the clinical training program for graduate students and postgraduate residents. Dr. Stephens currently holds several licenses and certifications, including: AAPC Fellow; AAMFT Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor; Board Certified Diplomate; Clinical Social Work; and NH Independent Licensed Clinical Social Work.

The Rev. Dr. P. Mark Watts

Dr. Mark Watts was President/CEO of PCS From 1986 to 2008. He works with individuals dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, and life transitions. He works with men, especially dealing with life stages. In his extensive work with couples, he is keenly interested in helping partners learn the skills to keep marriage rewarding and highly functional over the long haul. Step-family concerns are another specialty. Dr. Watts is a skilled group therapist and leads both short-term and long-term groups.
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