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Therapists in Brunswick

Mark Holbrook, Counselor  in Brunswick
“I view therapy as a powerful process of change, self discovery and healing where lessons can be learned, strengths can emerge, and deep truths honored. I have witnessed the innate drive towards growth and change that is the human spirit. I am an eternal optimist who offers my patients the respect, genuine warmth and caring within a pleasant, safe and nurturing environment that they deserve and that promotes self-expression, personal growth and self-discovery. My approach to psychotherapy is strength based. I work collaboratively with my patients, synthesizing treatment techniques to best meet each person's unique treatment goals.
(207) 518-7502
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Kristin Soucy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are many challenges in life that can create many day to day stressors. I believe, at times, we may feel alone and feel we have no one that understands or listens. I also believe that we all have a time in our lives in which we need someone to listen, encourage and motivate us. I believe that we all have existing strengths, resources and problem-solving skills. As a therapist, my goal is to listen and enhance your belief in your own inner strengths, resources and resilience. When these resouces are identified and amplified, positive change occurs.
(207) 522-3016
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Gordon Clark, Psychiatrist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, MD, MDiv, DLFAPA
“In behavioral health, as in medicine generally, diagnosis drives the treatment. Therefore, itís most important to start by doing a comprehensive, bio-psycho-social evaluation. The treatment plan should be equally comprehensive, addressing all the needs that the initial assessment reveals. I believe that treatment should be as parsimonious as possible. If psychotherapy alone is indicated, then that is what Iíd recommend. If, however, your condition warrants treatment with medication (especially if you have an apparent genetic predisposition), then Iíll suggest psychopharmacotherapy, as well. We would review medication options and the risks and benefits of those options.
(207) 518-7541
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Judy Muller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
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
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Richard deVillers Seymour, Psychologist  in Brunswick
“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.
(207) 420-2251
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Alfred L Sawan, Counselor  in Brunswick
“My therapy practice is based on the understanding that each person is a unique individual and that psychotherapy should be formulated to meet the uniqueness of the persons needs rather than tailoring the person to fit any particular theory of human behavior. I practice Client Directed, Outcome Informed therapy: the clients voice and goals are the first consideration and I collect feedback regularly to measure the outcome of therapy and to constantly improve the process. I am committed to helping each unique individual achieve their goals and create the change they desire.
(207) 518-7655
Brunswick, Maine 04011
David Whiteside, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“I admire the courage and hope that it takes to begin psychotherapy. My approach is based on the view that each person and their circumstances are unique and that successful therapy depends on tailoring my counseling with you to your individual personality, background, problems, and goals. I focus in particular on being empathic, understanding who you are, helping you identify goals, providing support and encouragement, and respecting your autonomy by helping you make decisions to solve the problems you are concerned about.I have worked at several mental health centers doing individual, family, and marital therapy with children and adults.
(207) 358-4567
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Patricia Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Whether you're coming in by yourself, with your child, or the whole family, I want to hear from you about your strengths, needs, and goals. My role is to help you make meaningful changes in your life. I provide a safe environment for facing difficult issues and accessing personal strengths. Over the past fifteen years, I have learned a variety of interventions and strategies that help people gain insight, get unstuck and move toward healthy change and peace of mind.
(207) 358-3678
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Barbara Meichner Doughty, Counselor  in Brunswick
“My work as a therapist has foundation in a strong and trusting client/counselor relationship based on compassion and non-judgment. My practice focuses on deep inner work that encourages self-awareness through a blend of strength based, empathic traditional and holistic strategies to include the teaching of mindfulness techniques. I also believe that people can experience joy and fulfillment in their lives by examining what they value, questioning their view of the world and their place in it, and by taking action that leads to a full life. Individual and couples treatment are available.
(207) 517-4973
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Rick Voit, Psychologist  in Brunswick
“First of all, I view all my clients' presenting issues as unhealthy yet normal adjustments to life problems. These adjustments have become problematic and created symptoms in the individual and in relationships. My goal is threefold: "stop the bleeding," seek healthier adjustments and, ultimately, to build a quality life of contentment and satisfaction. My orientation is existential and cognitive behavioral, with a specialty in clinical hypnosis and its many valuable applications.
(207) 358-4009
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Healing Relationships, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
“HEALING RELATIONSHIPS is the counseling practice of Leslie Bartlett, L.C.P.C. & Steven Klockow, L.C.S.W., both certified IMAGO Relationship Therapists. We have been specializing in couples work for over a decade. Currently, we are training with Hedy Schleifer in her Encounter Centered approach which is deeply grounded in both spiritual wisdom and neuroscience. We create the sacred space in which it is finally possible for each person to feel listened to & deeply understood by the other. Couples learn how to be fully alive and present with each other so that repair and connection are the natural outcome.
(207) 517-2312 x5
Brunswick, Maine 04011
George Repp, Counselor  in Brunswick
“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
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Mary Kelley, Counselor  in Brunswick
“Practiced at helping people to build concrete steps to resolve complex situations, I see adults and adolescents who want to make changes in their lives. I enjoy working with people, and am happy to help you explore what is on your mind and help you build a path to get where you want to go in your life.
(207) 245-1387
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Tim Schmidt Counseling, Counselor  in Brunswick
“I appreciate that people can find it hard to seek out therapy. Most often my first contact with someone looking for a therapist is on the phone, which is why I will offer a free initial consultation. A face to face conversation will encourage a focused review of the problem and establish the comfort to either move ahead or not. The counseling process requires a level of comfort and trust that has to be felt by both the client and counselor. This mutual process or partnership becomes critical as the problem is explored and decisions are made as to what course of action is recommended.
(207) 747-3614
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Michael Arthur, Counselor  in Brunswick
“I can help you and your family cope with difficult issues like divorce, separation, and other challenges that may be a source of pain and suffering. My years of experience have taught me how to help individuals who are living with depression, or anxiety, and who may be struggling to find healthier ways of coping with distress. I believe therapy can be a profoundly rewarding experience that can enable growth, happiness and healing. This is truly important work. My goal is to support my clients, and help them develop the courage to deal with their problems. I welcome you.
(207) 518-7634
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Margaret Morrison, Psychologist  in Brunswick
“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.
(207) 358-0958
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Sarah Keats, Counselor  in Brunswick
“Are you or your child suffering from worry, sadness, or other concerns that you don't know how to deal with? Sometimes you just need a counselor in order to explore where these concerns are coming from and develop new ways to cope, handle or think about situations differently. I counsel adults, adolescents, and children ages 5-12 years old around a variety of concerns. I also work with families to encourage them to communicate more effectively and work through conflicts, as well as develop new ways to manage children's behaviors at home.
(207) 618-9884
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Judy Marblestone, Counselor  in Brunswick
“Do you feel like your life has become stalled or that you have lost your footing and not sure what to do? It is a courageous decision to seek support and help. My practice is based on the principles of providing support, skills and information in an environment of safety, compassion and respect. I will listen to your concerns and help provide guidance and insights to help you navigate towards the answers that are right for you.
(207) 518-7840
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Lynn Schardel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I help individuals, families, and couples find workable solutions for life's problems. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I enjoy working with teens, adults, couples, and families. I strive to create a safe, nurturing, and respectful environment to facilitate positive change, growth, and healing. I help clients clarify the roots of struggle and how to overcome them to create the life they want.
(207) 618-9527
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Julie L. Quimby, Psychologist  in Brunswick
“As an experienced psychologist, my goal is to assist you in making positive changes in your life. I am committed to helping people who want to change hurtful and unhealthy relationship patterns, manage depression and anxiety, and cope with stressful or challenging life events. While we can't change negative experiences from the past, we can work together to understand and resolve challenges in your life. If you're looking for support and guidance through a difficult situation or you're ready to move in a new direction, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
(207) 522-5543
Brunswick, Maine 04011

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