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Lori Hobart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
“I will be accepting new clients in August. Thank you for your patience. I bring warmth, humor and compassion, as well as my competence and experience, as I help others heal and move forward in their lives. I work in an interactional, relational framework with people from 18 to 80 as individuals, couples and families.
Sex Therapy
(978) 631-4395
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Margaret Morrison, Psychologist  in Bath
“Hello. My name is Dr. Margaret Morrison and I am a licensed psychologist. I work with individuals age 17 and older and couples. I believe in collaborating with my clients. During our first appointment, we will spend a little time getting to know one another and then begin to identify the areas of discomfort that we jointly agree can be improved through our work together. We will then go on to identify, understand and reduce symptoms through cognitive behavioral techniques including humor and mindfulness exercises. Should you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact the office.
Sex Therapy
(207) 358-0958
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Nancy Coyne, Psychiatrist  in Bath
“Women ( and men) who struggle with anxiety, depression, PTSD, with trauma history and/or addiction. I am comfortable helping people identify old dysfunctional patterns and I am good at inspiring people to explore and practice more lively and joyful ways to live.I love to help people learn to set boundaries with gusto and effectiveness. I help people access their innate wisdom and creativity and learn to listen to their intuition. I teach yoga to help people slow down and quiet the mind.
Sex Therapy
(207) 518-7657
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Betsy Kehoe Elder, Counselor  in Bath
“Focused on healing through trauma-informed and recovery-based care, I am a well matched therapist for clients willing to challenge their ingrained patterns. Together we sojourn toward self-awareness, mindful compassion for ourselves and skillfull means to transform entrenched habits. For many seeking counseling, emblematic moments from the past have become conditioned responses to the present. Many mental health issues are derived from unresolved trauma, grief and family traumas. Clients willing to explore in safety and at their own pace will be well suited to co-creating treatment with me. Together we can move beyond problem identification towards genuine change and healing.
Sex Therapy
(207) 504-6600
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Richard deVillers Seymour, Psychologist  in Bath
“There are few if any formulas for figuring out how to live life. Clinical psychology combines the science of psychology with the art of psychotherapy. But there are no formulas. There are many strategies, some supported by clinical trials. Anxiety, Depression, even serious despair, the intractable problems can be overcome. But the individual is the essential ingredient. For the past twenty-five years in Brunswick and Portland my focus has been working with adults individually. I'd be pleased to talk on the phone or you can email me. DURING THE MONTH OF MAY I WILL BE TRAVELING.
Sex Therapy
(207) 420-2251
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
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Sanja Gerskovic, Counselor  in Bath
“"If we don't change, we don't grow. If we don't grow, we aren't really living." --Gail Sheehy. I am so pleased to live in Midcoast Maine and work with those in the community to seek out life's joys and opportunities. As a therapist, it is essential to work with people where they're at, and help guide them to where they want to be. I've assisted people along such paths in a variety of settings and ranges of diagnostic severity.
(207) 747-3137
Bath, Maine 04530
Johannah Harkness, Counselor  in Bath
“Even the most well-adjusted person can use some help once in a while when facing life's challenges. It sometimes requires extra support to let accumulated negative bias fall away, especially when there have been real experiences of trauma. By using supportive, mindfulness-based therapies, honest and kind reflection, and by encouraging and motivating healthy habits of mind and body, I help clients make real changes toward managing symptoms, developing a healthier and more mindful perspective, and working towards self-actualization and fulfillment of potential. In therapy we will develop a collaborative relationship leading to growth and positive change.
(207) 245-1390
Bath, Maine 04530
Margaret R Kimball, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Trained at Boston University School of Social Work, I graduated in 1982 with an MSW degree. My specialties are: depression, anxiety, PTSD, couples counseling, food addiction, mood disorders, grief and loss and issues of low self esteem. I work with adolescents, adults, couples, families and elderly. I draw from my life experience as well as my book learning. I know that using my intuition, considerable insight and compassion help me to understand each and every client and feel from their perspective what is most pressing to address. The journey is to help the client know and understand self.
(207) 482-0356
Bath, Maine 04530
Melissa Buchanan (Parallel Pathways Inc.),   in Bath
“The primary scope of my practice is working with "at risk youth," and their families, as well as those suffering from the effects of trauma. I work with adolescents who are experiencing anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), substance abuse concerns, (co-occurring issues). I also work with Helping Professionals, focusing on self-care solutions; offering support and treatment around compassion fatigue related issues.
(207) 747-3057
Bath, Maine 04530
Lea Winn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that each of us has the power to change,and it is my role as therapist to help my client become aware of and utilize that power. My style is interactive and collaborative. I have worked with adults, children, and families both individually and in groups. I am interested in working with anxiety, depression, relationships,and life's transitions, such as divorce, empty nest, job loss, grief, and economic or other losses.
(207) 482-0529
Bath, Maine 04530
Leslie Smith-taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are many changes and challenges facing middle aged and older adults, and it can be very difficult to cope with these issues. These issues may include physical and medical problems that can impact an individual's lifestyle and mental well being. During these times life can become overwhelming, and it is often helpful just to have a sympathetic person with whom to vent frustrations and receive support. In addition to my training and employment in the social work field, I have gained knowledge, and empathy, from my life experiences that can be beneficial to the therapeutic process.
(207) 618-9532
Bath, Maine 04530
Sara Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MDiv, EdM
“People usually come to me in the midst of a breakdown, when the old systems of life and of response are no longer working - or when the symptoms of anxiety or depression become too much to bear. There is grief, sadness, anger and at times profound emotional turmoil at the loss of what is known and familiar. Call me. I can help.
(207) 747-3053
Bath, Maine 04530
Courtney Durgin, Counselor  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LCPC-C, CADC, NCC
“In our hurried lives, we sometimes find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, disconnected from loved ones, or "stuck" and unsure about where we are headed. Some of us may even struggle with a past that continues to define our present. As a counselor, I strive to provide a safe, supportive environment promoting awareness, cultivating strengths, and encouraging lasting change. My clients frequently describe me as warm, genuine, non-judgmental, easy to talk to, insightful and motivating. My style draws upon a range experience including grief/hospice care, family/couple systems, group and individual treatment for clients with severe psychiatric diagnoses, and addiction.
(207) 618-6412
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Judy Muller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“When life is overwhelming it helps to understand more about what is happening and what you can do to improve things. You may be stuck in patterns of behavior, difficult situations, or family interactions that don't work and don't feel good. You may be worried about your child's behaviors and emotional health. Maybe you feel sad, angry or anxious too much of the time. Using a variety of strategies and support I can help you understand what is happening and you can figure out healthier, more effective ways to live your life. You deserve that.
(207) 747-3389
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Clay Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“After 17 years counseling hundreds of family members with emotional, substance abuse and relationship problems, I have turned my attention to serving adults only. Couples therapy is a personal specialty. My primary form of practice is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with an emphasis in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. ACT is a values-based counseling that focuses on reducing ones struggle with painful thoughts and feelings while committing to movement toward a rich and meaningful life. This research driven approach is effective for treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, chronic pain, substance abuse, relationship stress and many other clinical conditions.
(207) 209-1581
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Roy Hibyan, Counselor  in Bath
“As your counselor, my role is to help promote your personal growth in a collaborative environment where mutual trust and respect can develop and flourish. I will help you formulate goals that will serve as milestones to measure your progress. I believe that the problems and issues we experience in life serve to provide us with opportunities for growth and development. Our thinking influences our emotions and behavior and by understanding how to modify our behavior and lifestyle we grow as individuals.
(207) 518-7427
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Kit Dowling, Counselor  in Bath
“My approach to counseling recognizes the uniqueness of each individual. I have experience working with folks 18-75 dealing with anxiety, depression, relationships, health concerns, trauma, and major life changes. My practice focuses on deep inner work that encourages self-awareness and a feeling relationship with the body. This work is facilitated by a strong and trusting client/counselor relationship based on warmth and non-judgment. My goal is to help you to make sense of your difficulties and become more comfortable with your feelings.
(207) 358-4906
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
George Repp, Counselor  in Bath
“What may be interfering with your reaching desired goals or having successful relationship? Relationship challenges can often be informed by the primary relationships you experienced with parents, siblings, and peers in your childhood. Do you remain in relationships that are unsatisfying and/or fear being alone? Do you avoid relationship altogether? Are you struggling with ineffective ways of coping ; workaholic? substance abuse? internet addiction? spending issues? always focused on others' needs? How is your self worth, your self care? Counseling is an investment in yourself that provides an opportunity to identify/work through what may be blocking your fuller potential.
(207) 518-7546
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Robert C Vilas, Psychologist  in Bath
“There are many powerful tools available to help individuals, couples, and families achieve meaningful, positive change in their lives. As a psychologist in clinical practice for over 25 years, I am vitally engaged in the process of integrating a broad range of therapeutic practices to meet the unique needs of each client. Effective psychotherapy can be of great assistance in negotiating the complexities of modern human existence. Engaging mind, heart, and intuition, it is a process that may become an "adventure of the Soul" imparting profound benefit beyond the alleviation of symptoms.
(207) 358-4530
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
Ellen Theodores, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bath
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Seeking help for ourselves takes awareness, courage and determination. Having someone guide us in our healing process can make the journey a little easier. I invite you to explore my background and approach to counseling on my website(www.ellentheodores.com), where you will find information about the work I do and the ways we might work together. Feel free to call (207) 245-5087 or email me (ellen@ellentheodores.com), to discuss your situation or you have any questions.
(207) 518-7715
Office is near:
Bath, Maine 04530
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