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Therapists in Augusta

Mary Crawford Petrini, Counselor  in Augusta
“I believe in the uniqueness of each human being and that all people have inherent strengths. I know when a person seeks counseling it is because he/she is feeling overwhelmed or stuck. In the safety of a professional helping relationship you will address those areas as well as recognize and utilize your own strengths so you can move forward to resolve your problems. I work with people on a variety of difficult life issues and I meet each person where they are at. In addition to helping individual adults, I work with parents, families and children ages 5-18.
(207) 518-7656
Augusta, Maine 04330
Patrick Gould, Counselor  in Augusta
“In today's stressful world, more and more people are experiencing ever-increasing demands on their emotional, psychological and financial resources. Sometimes the demands can be overwhelming, and people may feel they have nowhere to turn. In my role as therapist, I work with clients to help them identify and nurture their own inner strengths so they become able to tackle the particular challenges that life presents to them. In my work with all age groups I have become increasingly aware of the importance of healthy relationships in protecting emotional well-being.
(207) 805-2920
Augusta, Maine 04330
Paul Gervais, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LCPC, LPC, LP
“Consider this your first step toward self-discovery and recovery! One's beginning remains proof of his or her completion. You are one of a kind! Untold generations were strategically placed for your arrival on planet earth and fulfillment of destiny.
(207) 358-4481
Augusta, Maine 04330
John D Shaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Caring, experienced counseling in a confidential setting. If you think it is time to do something about your problems, maybe I can help.I treat individuals, couples and families struggling with problems that everyday life can bring including: depression, anxiety, grief, parenting, relationships, divorce and work problems. I accept Mainecare, Aetna, BC/BS as well as self pay. I am an active, engaged therapist who believes a sense of humor can help.If it is time to do something about your or your loved one's problems now, give me a call.
(207) 622-3300
Augusta, Maine 04330
Jeff Bickford, Counselor  in Augusta
“Life is getting more difficult and many find that the stress of managing life is affecting their personal well-being and level of functioning, while also affecting those they love around them. Taking the first step and asking for help can often lead to new found joys of living.
(207) 482-0508
Augusta, Maine 04330
Carrie A. McCray, Counselor  in Augusta
“Inside-Out Counseling is a private counseling practice operated by Carrie A. McCray, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPCc). I see a variety of clients including adults, couples, and families with a range of needs including relationship issues, family issues, life changes and more.
(207) 213-4138
Augusta, Maine 04330
Amy Blake, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Couples who are in crisis and anyone who desires to create a loving, lasting and joyfilled relationship will benefit from my approach utilizing Imago Relationship Therapy. Clients who are struggling with any of the following: anxiety, depression, obsessions, compulsions, the impact of trauma or abuse, ADHD, grief, sexuality or gender issues find I personalize my approach to their needs and integrate many therapeutic approaches that are beneficial in supporting the desired healing and growth. Specifically, I draw on my training and experience with clinical hypnosis, EMDR, Mindfulness based CBT to help when words alone do not provide the desired relief.
(207) 358-3507
Augusta, Maine 04330
Lynn Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“"Life is what happens when we are making other plans". "Life" can be wonderful and also very challenging at times. Many of us are attempting to deal with problems that we never anticipated on having in our lives. If you are feeling overwhelmed by family, work, changes of mood or are worried about your child/teen's behavior then counseling may be an option to consider. Counseling provides an opportunity to identify the issues that are causing the problems and then to work on developing healthier coping skills and gain deeper insight so lasting positive changes can be made.
(207) 747-3816
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Diana J Bowen, Counselor  in Augusta
“Once we raise awareness about life experiences that are causing our symptoms, we are empowered to work with grief, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, PTSD, and the sense that life has lost all meaning. Study and practice in mindfulness have taught me how thought influences behavior and can control our state of mind. Along with traditional psychotherapy, my training in holistic and spiritual psychology, energy therapies, and trauma work, is used to help clients learn how to better cope with distress so they might see the bigger picture and find peace.
(207) 588-6365
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Tina Roy, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC, DEEP, Certifi
“Do you, a friend or a family member struggle with alcohol, drugs, food etc. Do you know something is wrong but not sure what it is. Are you too unsure of what you would need and what it involves to feel quite safe taking the first steps? You're not alone. For many people, counseling is a great unknown, possibly a blessing, but always a matter of uncertainty. But if you are facing some of the many profound challenges that a capable, professional counselor can help with, the need to know becomes overwhelming. Where do you turn for help?
(207) 209-1626
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04333
Kerish Benttinen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling anxious, stressed, overwhelmed, depressed, having relationship or work difficulties? I am skilled at helping people on their journey of self awareness, and recovery whether due to trauma, mood disorders, anxiety or any other life stressor. People are unique and therapy is not a one size fits all model. I use an eclectic variety of treatments to meet each persons needs and style of learning. Whether it's DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy), CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), SFT (solution focused therapy), talk therapy, stress & anger management, or ACT (acceptance and commitment therapy), we will work together to develop a plan that works for you.
(207) 747-3686
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Jean A Feldeisen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC, CH
“Have you always wondered if hypnosis could help you? In combination with traditional therapy methods, it is surprisingly effective. I encourage you to give me a call to answer any questions you may have about this or to discuss how I may be able to help you with your problems. I have twenty years of experience working with people like you who may be anxious, depressed, have chronic pain, have an addiction, have problems with their partner or family, or just simply want to put together a meaningful life. Call for a free thirty minute consultation. May you be well.
(207) 358-6266
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Keith E. Cook, Psychologist  in Augusta
“Think about what brought you to this site.... You are probably searching for something .... wondering if it's possible. Perhaps you've even tried before. More peace of mind.... freedom from depression, anxiety or panic attacks... relief from trauma or painful memories... a more satisfying relationship... less family conflict... worries about your child... dealing with change or loss... just wondering why you're feeling this way... or relief from problems at work. These are a few of the concerns where I am experienced in assisting individuals, couples and families. NOW- easy, private scheduling your appointment through my website or call.
(207) 358-4336
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Miranda Phelps, Psychologist  in Augusta
“Welcome! Choosing a therapist is a big decision, and I appreciate being considered! While my background and training have focused strongly on child, adolescent and family therapy, I also work with individual women and couples. I sometimes say that I use a “family doc” model of psychotherapy. That is, I might see an anxious child individually and then, because kids' issues are so intertwined with their families will work with the whole family for a period of time. Or I might spend some sessions with an individual woman, who would then like to bring her partner for couples therapy.
(207) 358-4841
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Mary M Hiers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“"Every journey begins with a single step" As we move into a new year you have the opportunity for a new beginning and growth toward your best self. Regardless of mental, physical or life stressor you may be experiencing, CREATING your AWARENESS, INTENTION and DAILY PRACTICE are positive steps toward wellness.. WE can collaborate to make this LIFE the one you want. My holistic approach includes MINDFULNESS, CBT, ACT, & CLINICAL HYPNOSIS to resolve daily life transitions and many other clinical issues. I offer 20+ yrs of experience, an irreverent sense of humor and a tranquil environment for healing.
(207) 482-0448
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Connie Valliere, Counselor  in Augusta
“Is life getting complicated? I can help you figure it out in a short amount of time! My belief is that you CAN learn new ways to deal with life!. We all have old wounds or traumas that sometimes get in the way . Not knowing how to live today without all the baggage can lead to individual pain and/or relationship problems. My favorite saying is "if nothing changes, nothing changes." If you don't like how your life is going, it's time for a change. I can help you with this.
(207) 358-6320
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Tamara Mello, Counselor  in Augusta
“The style I use is eclectic and offers compassionate understanding in a relaxed environment that supports growth and personal exploration for individuals, couples, and families. My methods include the use of creative expression through creative play, art, dramatic play, music, puppetry, creative writing, sculpture, painting, and other varied methods of imaginative self-expression for clients from 0-17 and adults who are interested. I also offer traditional talk therapies designed for clients to develop solution-focused ideas to their own problems as the goal is for each client to become their own best expert.
(207) 209-1661
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Tammie Fowles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“During my two decades as a therapist I have come to view therapy as a powerful process of self discovery and healing where numerous lessons can be learned, strengths developed, and deepest truths honored. Having witnessed again and again the innate pull toward change and growth that exists within each of us, I am an optimist who offers my clients deep respect, genuine warmth and caring and a pleasant, safe and nurturing environment that promotes creativity, self expression, and personal growth.
(207) 358-4298
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
Karin P. Sargent, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Augusta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Depression, anxiety, PTSD and more are treatable conditions of life. Taking the first step toward getting treatment is often the most difficult part of starting on the path to health. Finding the right therapist can be daunting, therefore I offer a free 30 minute phone consult to determine if you feel comfortable with this very important match. Caring and careful listening mixed with a little humor are the relationship builders while Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Energy Psychology are the methods I use the most.
(207) 358-4577
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330
James Weaver, Psychologist  in Augusta
“Hello, I'm Dr. James Weaver, a licensed Psychologist with over 30 years experience assisting adults, adolescents, couples and families with life, work and relationship issues. My approach is eclectic, drawing on many theoretical points of reference with a strong emphasis on the humanistic theories. Having followed important advances over the years and integrated the best of these into a flexible, effective approach designed to meet each person's needs, I emphasize what is happening for the client here and now, so that, together, we can achieve a new self understanding and a regeneration of energy, purpose and enjoyment.
(207) 358-4239 x22
Office is near:
Augusta, Maine 04330

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