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Therapists in Portland

Katherine Ryan, Psychologist  in Portland
“Thank you for viewing my profile. I am a clinical psychologist with over 8 years of experience. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, trauma or PTSD, relationship issues, weight management, and alcohol or drug problems. I enjoy working with adults and teenagers who are interested in learning ways to manage or overcome these difficulties. In addition, I work with children and families who are managing anxiety, depression, ADHD or behavior problems, as well as parents who would like to strengthen their parenting skills.
(207) 420-2227
Portland, Maine 04103
Curtis M Scribner Jr., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
“My background as a therapist, educator, and advocate has taught me an appreciation for the diversity in individual, family and systemic values needing to be uncovered in order to support health, wellness and recovery from hardships. I work with innovation and creativity to engage and support all aspects of a person's life while challenges are being understoood and overcome.
(207) 518-7647
Portland, Maine 04101
Tom Allan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“There are times when we all struggle to make sense of the world and our place in it. And there are times in life when we all need help, support and guidence to work our way through lifes challenges. It takes courage to reach out and ask for help. My commitment to you is to honor and respect who you are as a person and to support you to uncover and discover the strength that's already in you to face your challenges. I would love to have the opportunity to work with you.
(207) 245-1440
Portland, Maine 04103
Rosemary McCullough, Psychologist  in Portland
“I enjoy helping adults, couples, and families reach their optimal goals, and overcome the obstacles to living a higher quality life. In therapy, I will help you to experience greater levels of hope, optimism, and encouragement to reach your highest potential. I employ different techniques including short-term solution-focused treatment, or longer-term approaches, depending upon your need. Together, we will develop an integrated care package for you. As a psychologist, I also have specialty training in psychological evaluation, which can more quickly help to identify unknowns and underlying issues we can discuss in therapy.
(207) 747-3690
Portland, Maine 04101
Nancy Shaw, Psychotherapist, Counselor  in Portland
“When we make the choice to live a healthier existence, to thrive rather than just survive in the world, we may find that we need support, nurturing, guidance, or just a witness to our life process. I can be that for you. Choosing the right therapist is paramount. I am dedicated to the development of human potential and will assist you in increasing self-awareness, self-healing, emotional/spiritual growth, and behavior change. I believe in the co-creation of the therapeutic process. Together, we will identify and explore areas/issues that may be causing you discomfort/distress. I can help.
(207) 761-2796
Portland, Maine 04102
William H. Sandberg, Psychologist  in Portland
“Welcome! I hope you are successful in your search for a clinician to address your concerns and that the information here will help with your decision. Some of my core values as a psychologist are to work openly and collaboratively with my clients. I generally work from a contemporary/relational psychoanalytic perspective. This means that, along with focusing on the here and now difficulties a client is facing, I strive to understand how past experiences and relationships influence expectations about the future. Clients with whom I work seek help with issues such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder and relationship difficulties.
(207) 358-6309 x12
Portland, Maine 04103
Hughes Kraft, Counselor  in Portland
“The art of therapy is one of listening deeply to what is being communicated. The work in therapy is to make meaning of the information and narrative. The process of therapy is to use the information to guide and effect change.
(207) 747-3156
Portland, Maine 04101
Sharie Ann Peacock, Counselor  in Portland
“I have successfully used TIR, Traumatic Incident Reduction, with my clients for 14 years. TIR appears on the National Registry for Evidence-Based Practices and Programs. It is a rapid (compared to traditional therapy) method of effectively reducing traumatic stress from emotionally or physically painful past events resulting in the permanent elimination of PTSD symptomatology, enabling you to move on with a greatly improved quality of life. I also use Life Stress Reduction which makes use of an array of techniques designed to relieve issues such as depression, anxiety, anger problems, relationship difficulties, job/career concerns, financial problems, health concerns, and grief and loss.
(207) 420-2117
Portland, Maine 04101
Marc Felix, Art Therapist  in Portland
“I believe that "diagnosis and treatment" is too narrow a model to understand the depth and richness of our human experience, heal the wounds of our past history, and allow us to embody our joy and our fullness. I invite you to not only remove existing symptoms and change unhealthy behavior patterns, but to create a life of love, authenticity, and celebration.
(207) 517-0125
Portland, Maine 04101
Jennifer Blanchette, Psychologist  in Portland
“I'm glad that you are considering a journey in counseling. I feel honored to share my client's most precious thoughts and experiences. I approach therapy humanistically with my clients; one of my favorite therapists, Irvin Yalom, said it best when he stated that therapists are "fellow travelers" with their clients. I see my role as helping you to remove obstacles, find your own new path, and witness your journey with you. I use many evidenced based therapies in my practice such as CBT, DBT, Seeking Safety, and Mindfulness Approaches.
(207) 517-2394
Portland, Maine 04103
Nancy C Campbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide practical feedback, compassion and understanding, with the goal of addressing current life challenges, and/or long-standing mental health issues. I offer a highly personalized approach to therapy addressing each individual's needs in order to help them attain personal growth, accomplishment, and peace of mind. My practice includes providing my clients with the opportunity to experience EEG Neurofeedback. This progressive technique will help promote a healthy brain, neurological stabalization and life-long positive changes.
(207) 420-2135
Portland, Maine 04103
Jane McCarty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Compassionate, whole-hearted engagement, balanced with thirty years of clinical experience are the foundations of what I offer in my therapy practice. I am a life-long learner who pursues education, training and information about multiple therapy and growth approaches. I believe the personal chemistry of the therapeutic relationship has to be a compatible fit so that your ability to feel heard, understood, known and cared about can be the basis upon which your needs and my knowledge and skills create a growth opportunity.
(207) 245-1453 x4
Portland, Maine 04101
Caroline Cooper Torres, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Feeling hopeless, dissatisfied or stuck? Change is possible. We all experience life as difficult at times. I provide warm, non-judgemental therapeutic support to people of all walks of life. In therapy I will work with you to examine and develop various aspects of your life-- home, relationships, health, spirituality, creativity-- in order to gain insight, build self-esteem and uncover strengths for navigating life challenges.
(207) 805-2892
Portland, Maine 04103
Joshua Altschule, Psychologist  in Portland
“The degree to which one has the need for change in their life is the best indicator for growth in psychotherapy. When I am working with a child, adolescent, or adult with a strong desire for change it naturally leads to a richer therapy experience and positive impact on their life. Through developing insights about oneself and building new coping skills in a supportive environment, old patterns that no longer work can be changed and what were problems in living become foundations for a healthier life.
(207) 482-0141
Portland, Maine 04101
Douglas Smith, Counselor  in Portland
“Somatic (or body) psychotherapy is the kind of work that once you have practiced it as a therapist, or experienced it as a client, you can "never go back" to regular talk therapy. The reason is simple: the body is the repository of your history as much as the mind. It remembers - and contains many layers and patterns of protection, defense and response that have developed along with emotional and mental experience. Somatic psychotherapy treats the body as an equal partner in the healing process.
(207) 358-4500
Portland, Maine 04101
Susan Penza-Clyve, Psychologist  in Portland
“As a licensed psychologist, I work with adults and teens with concerns related to anxiety and stress, depression and low self-esteem, and eating and health. I work with people when worry and stress interfere with their ability to work, have meaningful relationships, or carry out daily routines. I see clients with depressed mood and low self-esteem who have difficulty prioritizing their own wants and needs and consequently feel powerless, unfulfilled and dissatisfied with life. I also work with clients with eating and weight concerns such as emotional eating, poor body image and unhealthy lifestyles.
(207) 756-4278
Portland, Maine 04101
“My practice focus is with children and adolescents experiencing behavioral problems interfering with daily life. I have a secondary focus working with adults experiencing relational difficulties. I have been practicing in Maine since 2011 in the outpatient, community, and school based settings. When working with children and adolescents I use a behaviorally based approach teaching children skills to manage emotions and develop control. This approach asks for parental involvement beyond the counseling session. When working with couples my focus is on teaching individual emotional management skills as wells as healthy communication skills.
(207) 518-7795
Portland, Maine 04101
Martha J Barry, Psychologist  in Portland
“Are you experiencing distressing symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression that are making it harder to study, work, parent and play? Even though you have a natural, built-in ability to heal and regain balance, extra therapy support can boost resilience in difficult times. Whether change happens through personal choice or unexpected circumstances, I will help you explore, understand and integrate these life-transforming experiences. I take a holistic, mind-body approach in my work as a psychologist, and I will support you to heal and grow in ways that are most meaningful for you.
(207) 774-6065
Portland, Maine 04101
Dan Creek, Counselor  in Portland
“Welcome to my counseling practice for adults and adolescents. For the past 15 years I've focused on helping others via teaching and guiding personally transformative experiences. In my role as counselor, my intention is to help you move toward greater self understanding and well-being, and to support you living the life that matches your deepest values. Depending on your specific needs, I offer therapeutic approaches that directly address concerns such as anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, and performance problems (e.g., work/academic stress, physical intimacy).
(207) 618-9870
Portland, Maine 04102
Suzanne Simon, Counselor  in Portland
“In my work with individuals, couples and groups, I bring a belief that we each have the power to make our lives healthier, more joyful, and more productive. Honoring the mind/body connection, I will work with you to help you to build on what you already know and what you are already doing that is working for you. My goal is to create a healing relationship with you so that you can move forward in your life in ways that have meaning for you - to help you to do more than "survive", but to THRIVE.
(207) 358-6293
Portland, Maine 04101
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