Clinical Connections

The NASW NH Clinical Connections group provides a forum to discuss issues relevant to the practice of clinical social work, advocates for clinical social workers and their clients, works to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion for all, and shares current legislative information to provide members with all pertinent policies in the state of New Hampshire.

To be added to the Clinical Connections email list sign up here

Click here to see when our next virtual meeting will be!

Any questions? Please feel free to contact Clinical Connections Co-Chair Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom, LICSW at!

Clinical Connections Meeting Notes from December 2023           

Chapter updates: SW Compact, license reciprocity, provisional license, CE workshop updates, last day to submit as presenter for NH conference 2024. 810 members as of today. Need to work on building student membership.

Discussion around Zellis payments and insurance issues. Question about new coding for physician schedule.

Discussed markup of generic drugs.

Discussed scams related to AI for clients.

Discussion around future group leadership.

Check out the events calendar for more information on the next meeting!

Clinical Connections Co-Chairs

Rebecca Rondeau

Rebecca Rondeau, LICSW

Rebecca is a dedicated trauma therapist who believes in the transformative power of resilience and strength. She earned her MSW from Boston College in 2004, has over 20 years of experience working with individuals and families in a wide variety of mental health settings. She is passionate about helping clients rescript their stories in a way that is meaningful to them and emphasizes their innate strengths. 

Rebecca enjoys teaching and training other providers, supervising new clinicians, and developing new programming ideas.

She owns her private practice, Rondeau Therapy Services, where she blends an eclectic style of therapy including ACT, DBT, IFS, EMDR, and other reprocesing interventions. Licensed and providing telehealth to NH, ME, MA, VT, DC, and VA.

Jennifer Wolf-Hagstrom

Jennifer Wolfe-Hagstrom, LICSW

Jennifer (she/her/hers) strives to provide a safe-space for people of any gender or sexual identity to heal and learn to love themselves fiercely. Through Animal Assisted Therapy and creative expressive interventions, Jennifer works with people who are sensitive, NeuroDiverse, trauma survivors, and/or within the LGBTQIA+ community from Nashua, New Hampshire. Jennifer shares her knowledge of social work and creativity by offering trainings related to self-care, vicarious trauma, burnout, mindfulness, self-compassion, and affirming care. Jennifer weaves creativity into all of her work and especially shares SoulCollage® in online workshops. Connect with her online at or! Jennifer is also proud to be an NASW member since 2013 and is currently serving as the Co-Chair of the NASW NH Chapter’s Clinical Connections.