Kylie Bancroft, MSW
Kylie Bancroft joined Lamprey Health Care in 2020 as a Master’s in Social Work. She received her bachelor’s at Cedarville University in Ohio and her master’s at the University of New Hampshire. Kylie’s areas of interest and specialty are substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders, trauma, depression, and anxiety. “I love walking alongside individuals and holding space for their unique needs. I am inspired by witnessing resilience in those I serve and supporting clients in accessing that internal strength.”
OUTSIDE OF THE OFFICE: Kylie enjoys anything to do with the great outdoors, from kayaking, to hiking the White Mountains with her adorable Aussalier pup. Kylie is now accepting patients ages 16 and above at our Newmarket Site.
Britta Bartlett, LCMHC, MLADC
Mrs. Bartlett joined Lamprey Health Care in 2019 as a licensed clinical mental health counselor. She received a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling, concentrating on substance use, from Antioch University New England in Keene, NH. “I enjoy helping clients understand change is possible through increasing self-awareness and using a holistic approach to help create meaning, balance, and joy.” Mrs. Bartlett’s clinical areas of interest include substance use, trauma, anxiety, and depression.
MY HAPPY PLACE: “The beach and nature are my happy place, and pickleball is my new favorite activity. I love cooking, and I am working on perfecting baking bagels.”
Astrid Findon-Henry, MS, LCMHC, MLADC
Astrid joined Lamprey Health Care in 2019 as a Master’s Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She received a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern NH University. Her areas of clinical interest include treatment for co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders, treating individuals with traumatic experiences, while “focusing on the whole person with their strengths and abilities.”
WHERE YOU’LL FIND ME: “In my free time, you will likely find me in the outdoors – on running trails, my road bike, or exploring new hiking trails. I enjoy cooking and spending time with my family (including my pets), and friends.”
Julie Mills, MSW, LICSW
Julie Mills joined Lamprey Health Care in 2020 as a Masters of Social work and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She received her master’s from the University of New England with a clinical interest in crisis intervention, anxiety, trauma, and depression. Her goal is to build solutions by recognizing and identifying patient’s strengths.
OUTSIDE OF THE OFFICE: You can find her “spending time laughing and playing with my family. I love paddle boarding and also cooking”. She is also known for busting a move or two in her kitchen. Fun fact? She grew up on a 50-acre farm in Southern VT, so naturally, her favorite animal is a cow. Julie is now accepting patients at our Raymond Site.
Charles Mitchell, MD
Dr. Mitchell joined Lamprey Health Care in 2019 as a part-time psychiatrist. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology from Dartmouth College and his medical degree from the Quillen College of Medicine in Tennessee. He completed his residency in Psychiatry at Maine Medical Center in Portland. Dr. Mitchell has served on the clinical faculty of Tufts and the University of Vermont Colleges of Medicine. He works with adolescents and adults, using psychotherapy and medication, and with those struggling to recover from substance use. “I believe in the importance of a wholesome lifestyle to maintaining good physical and psychological health.” Dr. Mitchell speaks Spanish, French, and some Portuguese. He is also a Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) prescriber.
IN MY FREE TIME: “I enjoy the outdoors, running on country roads near home, walking our Bernese Mountain Dogs, and hiking with family and friends.”
Idenice Sargut, LCMHC
Idenice Sargut joined Lamprey Health Care in 2020 as a licensed clinical mental health counselor. She earned her master’s degree in education at Cambridge College and went on to study at Salem State University to earn a certificate of Advanced Graduate Study. She has a deep compassion in working with children as well as families and adults of all ages. Using a multi-cultural approach, diversity is a top priority to her. “I have always had a nurturing and patient heart in wanting to help people. I allow my clients the freedom to guide themselves through their own experiences and challenges with support and unconditional positive regard.” Over her years of experience, she enjoys providing a variety of therapeutic approaches including motivation interviewing, strength base treatment, CBT, DBT, EMDR. She is also bilingual in English and Spanish.
IN MY FREE TIME: “I enjoy traveling, hiking, reading, and spending time with my family.”