Welcome Letter

Dear friends of PCS:

I hope that you and your loved ones are doing well and staying healthy as we move through this difficult public health crisis.

In this time of increased anxiety, I wanted to let you know that PCS continues to be open to serve our community. We are providing teletherapy sessions to clients while we do our part to limit the spread of COVID-19 by temporarily halting face-to face sessions. We offer teletherapy both by telephone and video conferencing to increase access to clients. Both of these methods have been shown to be effective tools for providing counseling, so we are thrilled to have the ability to continue to serve our community in this way.

Mental health services are considered essential, and rightly so, given that this pandemic is causing a very high level of anxiety, depression, and stress at this time.

We are accepting new referrals. If we can be of assistance during these challenging times, please leave a message for us at (603) 627-2702, ext. 137. Although we are conducting business remotely, we are checking our voicemails regularly and we will return your call as soon as we can.

Continued good wishes of safety and health.


Calvin Genzel, Ph.D.

Executive Director


PCS, Inc. is an independent, non-profit, non-denominational counseling and consulting center. Our staff includes pastoral counselors, psychologists, child and adolescent therapists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, and substance use professionals. Each of our staff members is licensed by the State of New Hampshire in their specific specialty areas and the organization is accredited by the Solihten Institute of Denver, CO.

Founded in 1979, PCS maintains a strong commitment to its mission to address the mental and emotional needs of the local community with compassion, acceptance and understanding. We honor each person’s journey, healing process and voice and ultimately, we hope to restore each of the people we serve to a life that is emotionally, physically, and spiritually balanced.

Working cooperatively with other agencies in the communities we serve, PCS strives for a world in which effective and compassionate mental health services are available, without barriers, to all who need them. This is our vision.

The mission of PCS is to promote healing and wholeness of mind, body, and spirit through psychotherapy, consultation, and education. We partner with social service, educational, faith, and business communities to further this mission.


• We believe that healing involves an integration of the mind, body, and spirit.
• We believe that, for many people, the meaning of life is affirmed through spirituality and we support that within the healing process.
• We welcome diversity and treat everyone with hospitality, respect, compassion, and dignity.
• We support staff members who work together in community.
• We believe that to be open and inclusive, we must pursue partnerships within the community.
• We strive for fiscal responsibility and excellence in business practices.