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Therapists in Portland

Laura Gottfried, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that we all have the inner wisdom necessary for leading a life that is happy and rewarding. We are sometimes presented with challenges that can make it difficult to connect with our inner strength and clarity. I utilize a consultative approach that recognizes and builds upon each person's existing self-knowledge and skills.
(207) 747-3787
Portland, Maine 04101
Tessy Seward, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you feeling overwhelmed by life? Do you find yourself coming up against the same obstacles over and over? Are you feeling frustrated, angry, lonely, or hopeless? Despite all the wonder and beauty present in our world, the simple truth remains: living really hurts sometimes. Love brings with it the possibility, indeed the inevitability of loss. Things constantly change. Still, it is possible to live an intentional, meaningful and rewarding life. Our experience in this world depends so much on our ability to understand and work with our own minds, our mental habits and conditioning.
(207) 358-4213
Portland, Maine 04101
Dr. Martin Margulis, Psychologist  in Portland
“I have been in private practice as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist since 1972 and have 35+ years of experience working with individuals and couples, provided in an engaged and active therapy/counseling atmosphere of understanding and acceptance. For many patients, issues revolve around problems with either or a combination of, depression, anxiety, anger, relationships, addictions, and sexual dysfunction. I also have led numerous dream and self-discovery workshops, and have lectured on the creative process across the United States, as well as in Canada and Brazil.
(207) 482-0413
Portland, Maine 04102
Mike Berkowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Much of my focus to date has been with children and teens.I am firm believer that each client is unique and should help shape the treatment process. Play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and Jungian theory are just a few of the modalities I employ. However, in the end, it is not about a technique - it is about making lives better. I have a range of treatment backgrounds from which to draw on -a group home, Head Start, the Center for Grieving children and public schools have helped shape my experience.
(207) 482-0252
Portland, Maine 04103
“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
Eric Heintz, Counselor  in Portland
“My intention as a therapist is to create an environment that is supportive, positive, and in which the client has both freedom of expression and freedom from judgment. My work is grounded in the principles of mindfulness, and utilizes meditation, cognitive behavioral strategies and biofeedback techniques. My approach to psychotherapy is practical: by addressing our patterns of thought and behavior we impact how we think, react and feel. Even small changes in these daily habits can improve wellness and bring clarity to concerns, goals, and ideas for more creative, sustainable approaches to living.
(207) 358-4773
Portland, Maine 04103
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
Top Of The Hill Counseling, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portland
“Do you know if you are looking for total abstinence or are you wanting more of a harm reduction approach? Here at Top of the Hill Counseling we can help our clients decide what is best for them and we can work your treatment goals around your decision. We are here to help not force or shame anyone to do something they are not ready/ or wanting to do. As an outpatient substance abuse facility we are able to offer the flexibility to help those clients who are unable to take time away from their regular lives, work, or school.
(207) 808-7736
Portland, Maine 04101
Steven Stern, Psychologist  in Portland
“I specialize in psychodynamic therapy with adults confronting a wide range of life problems: relationship difficulties, trauma, work-related problems, depression, anxiety, issues of self-esteem, self-acceptance and shame, self-destructive behaviors, and feelings of discouragement in pursuing one's life dreams and ambitions. We will work together to understand your unique struggles, their causes, and the roadblocks to change in an accepting atmosphere that encourages open dialogue. My approach combines down-to-earth problem-solving with a complex grasp of the conscious and unconscious, historical and current life factors contributing to each person's struggles.
(207) 775-3085
Portland, Maine 04101
Catharine Payson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am most successful working with people who are struggling with relationships, anxiety, depression or life's transitions including loss. I use a holistic approach that emphasizes meaning, mindfulness and reflection. I believe that healing is promoted when we explore our emotions and thoughts while we focus on behavior change that is consistent with our personal values. My job is to explore the nature of these feelings and thoughts and how they fit with one's sense of oneself. I also help to develop concrete strategies that alleviate the symptoms of anxiety, loss and depression. Finally, I have experience working with adolescents and young adults.
(207) 358-4030
Portland, Maine 04103
Florence Gardner, Counselor  in Portland
“What is the life you long to live? What do you want to create in the world? My job is to help you get there. I integrate a variety of evidence-based approaches in my work, including mindfulness practices, narrative therapy, sensory awareness, compassion-based counseling, and cognitive behavioral therapy in order to meet your particular needs and learning style. I come to counseling work in mid-life, after 30 years as a student of Buddhism, 20 years as a leader and educator in organizations, a parent in a blended family, and having overcome significant obstacles through my own work in therapy.
(207) 613-2494
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
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
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
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
Douglas Cowan, Counselor  in Portland
“At times we can get focused on regrets of the past. Or we're consumed with the chaos of anticipating the future. We can be overwhelmed by anxiety, sadness, or experiences of loss and grief. These are very personal concerns that sometimes lead to isolation, being "stuck", or unhealthy relationships with substances, behaviors, or people. I can help you gain insight and take action helping make the mind an ally, rather than a detractor, in your life.
(207) 613-2220
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
David Margolis, Psychologist  in Portland
“My practice has focused on the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, often with associated psychological disorders such as Depression, PTSD, OCD, Anxiety and Mood Disorders for over 30 years. I provide a collaborative, solution focused approach to changing inefficient or undesirable patterned behaviors. I work with adult students, business professionals, and stay at home parents to help reduce inefficient behaviors due to inattention,distraction,poor memory, impulsivity, and/or mood disorders. I work with couples when one of the partners exhibits ADHD symptoms such s forgetfulness, impulsivity or inattention. My approach is solution focused, with a" what can we do to make it better" approach.
(207) 518-7426
Portland, Maine 04101
Susan Felix, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCS
“We all want to be happy. I believe one of the ways to happiness and self-fulfillness is to remove the obstacles that can get in our way. There are moments in life when we struggle with particular issues and would benefit from some guidance. Through the process of empowerment I teach individuals how to be the most effective in the way they manage the challenges in their lives. Together we remove the obstacles.
(207) 808-7935
Portland, Maine 04101
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