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Therapists in Portland

Teresa Valliere, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC, CCS
“Life is complicated and despite our best efforts, everyone struggles at times. I can help you find healthy ways of coping, being more effective in your relationships and feeling better overall. I use a combination of approaches that helps you identify small changes that can make a big difference in life functioning. You'll identify your goals and together we'll identify strategies to achieve them whether it is to reduce sadness or fear, reduce reliance upon unhealthy behaviors or substances, improve communication skills, manage conflicts better, grieve losses or make an important life decision.
(207) 358-4393
Portland, Maine 04103
Jodi Pearl Blakeman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCPC-C
“I believe that every individual has the inherent capability to make changes to better their lives. My goal is to foster relationships that best support client strengths, tailoring therapy that fits the indivdual(s). In my practice, I employ behavioral therapy, person centered therapy, and mindfulness work. I work with adults, children, couples and families who are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, low self esteem, and spirituality concerns, and those who are in the midst of separation/divorce, or having parenting issues or communication challenges within family and/or peer relationships.
(207) 420-2280
Portland, Maine 04101
Martha Hernandez, Counselor  in Portland
“Hi. If you're reading this, probably you or someone you care about is having a rough time. Maybe you've been feeling anxious or depressed, beyond where that seems ok. Maybe there's a situation where your usual coping style isn't working. Perhaps you're feeling stuck in patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting that don't feel good. I believe that all of us can feel better and have more satisfying lives, no matter how difficult our circumstances may be. I have been privileged to witness extraordinary healing and growth in many of my clients.
(207) 517-0105
Portland, Maine 04103
Emily Morse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a process which focuses in part on the relationship between the therapist and client. I strive to create a non-judgemental, safe, and relaxing environment to help therapy feel like a comfortable and natural process. I use a variety of different modalities to best meet the client's needs.
(207) 358-4021
Portland, Maine 04101
Carolyn Wallace, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, LCPCC, LADC
“DEEP certified evaluator and counselor in private practice.I work with adults 19-65. Except for DEEP evaluations, there is no charge for the first visit if you decide not to continue. I have a reasonable fee and a sliding scale.If you are struggling with any emotional, relationship, drug or alcohol issues, I can help you. For attorneys: I can provide a complete assessment and evaluation for your client re SA, MH and anger management.
(207) 358-4951
Portland, Maine 04101
Dr Valerie Hart, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“I have maintained a continuous private psychotherapy practice since 1979. In addition to my clinical practice I teach in the graduate program for Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners at the University of Southern Maine. My background is in psychodynamic therapy which acknowledges the importance that family of origin plays in our life as well as the role of the unconscious in determining our decisions. I accompany my clients on a journey of self-discovery and self-awareness which leads to symptom reduction and a more fulfilling life. My practice consists of individual, couples and family therapy.
(207) 747-3146
Portland, Maine 04101
Shannyn Vicente, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Seeking support is a courageous act and one that is rooted in strength. I work with folks to honor, recognize, and build on existing strengths while diving more deeply into discovering roots causes for behavior, thoughts, and actions that no longer serve them. Whether it's challenges that are showing up in your relationship(s) with self and others and/ or a desire to change in a particular way, you can be assured that I hold the space with compassion, balance serious with humor and a willingness to support you in the ways YOU desire to grow.
(207) 358-3328
Portland, Maine 04101
April Noonan, Counselor  in Portland
“You are accepted! Messages from our culture teach us that we do not quite measure up. We live in a sea of self doubt while life stress creeps in as the norm. Life is hard and sometimes we feel like there are few sign posts to guide us. We can feel alone on life's journey. As a counselor, I join you to find your sense of self and purpose and help unburden what weighs you down. "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." Angelou
(207) 245-1456 x1
Portland, Maine 04103
Mary Mccann, Psychologist  in Portland
“Are you seeking a seasoned, compassionate psychotherapist to help you experience more meaning and joy in your life? I am a psychologist, consultant, yoga and meditation teacher with over 25 years of experience in private practice and educational settings including Bowdoin College and Waynflete School. I offer psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, couples, and families who are struggling with a wide range of issues including physical illness, depression, anxiety,and relationship issues. I have found that very often the crisis which is the motivation to seek therapy is also a profound opportunity for a transformational experience.
(207) 518-7834
Portland, Maine 04101
Robin E LaPlace, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Finding the right therapist isn't always easy. I will provide a trusting environment for you to explore and reflect on those issues blocking your best sense of self. Providing you with the tools to understand what you need, want, and how to achieve it, is a worthy goal. The relationship between a client and myself is one of the strongest indicators of success. Using varying approaches and treatment strategies we build that relationship, and this relationship promotes success in the work to be done. I use a very realistic approach to life's challenges while also providing an accepting nurturing atmosphere.
(207) 482-0773
Portland, Maine 04102
Laura Mazikowski, Counselor  in Portland
“I specialize in establishing a safe and deeply authentic treatment relationship in which we can explore a range of goals and feelings over time. As we identify your therapy goals, we will work together to understand your own unique needs, what works and what does not, creating an environment that encourages acceptance and expression of emotion. Some of the work may focus on developing insight to help your own capacity to reflect. Additionally, we may choose to work with images and dreams to help illuminate what happens internally. Exploring these avenues can bring depth and meaning to what sometimes feel like meaningless feelings and actions.
(207) 358-4479
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
Liz Crane, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Finding a good therapist is often a matter of finding the right match. I offer a safe and comfortable environment that allows clients a place to share their current concerns so together we can identify strategies to help them better navigate critical issues. I specialize in integrating evidence based therapy into my work with adolescents, adults and couples and common themes addressed in treatment are anxiety, depression, parenting concerns, family discord, ADHD, trauma and loss.
(207) 653-4537
Portland, Maine 04101
Randall Roberts Melvin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I view Psychotherapy as collaborative effort where the client and therapist work together to find resolution to issues. It is an active process whether we're doing individual or couples therapy. Although issues often feel quite daunting initially,they become manageable and ultimately resolved in a timely fashion. After 26 years of experience,I believe that most, if not all presenting problems can be helped.
(207) 358-4197 x106
Portland, Maine 04103
Sara Levite, Counselor  in Portland
“For over 25 years I have been committed to helping clients experience more joy in their lives. Whether challenged by anxiety, depression, addiction or stress, it all boils down to finding better ways to cope with life's curveballs. My approach is to work collaboratively with people to achieve their goals. I have extensive experience working with couples and strive to have each person feel heard and understood. My work experience includes working for the Department of Corrections and as a Guardian-Ad-Litem. Thank you for taking the time to view my profile. Feel free to call anytime.
(207) 618-6786
Portland, Maine 04101
Alisia Ives, Counselor  in Portland
“Your way of living is up to you. It may not feel this way; and yet, you are the expert about your life. I am an expert in consulting with you to draw a clearer picture of the present and how you want it to look. Like a new field of study, learning to play an instrument or sport, counseling requires trusting openness to learn, and focused effort to practice. No matter what fitness phenomenon, the fine print reads "combined with diet and exercise". No matter what counseling style, clients must work to reach desired outcomes without guaranteed result.
(207) 650-5681
Portland, Maine 04101
Katherine Ryan, Psychologist  in Portland
“Thank you for viewing my profile. I am a clinical psychologist with over 9 years of experience. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders (generalized anxiety, OCD, panic disorder), depression, trauma or PTSD, relationship issues, weight management, and postpartum depression and anxiety. I enjoy working with adults and teenagers who are interested in learning ways to manage or overcome these difficulties.
(207) 420-2227
Portland, Maine 04103
Hannah Curtis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Want to be your best self? Working with me can get you there. I offer coaching, counseling and workshops designed to help you get the most out of your life. I believe that emotional wellness is the key to happiness. My approach blends innovative problem-solving with common sense solutions. Clients describe me as warm, insightful, and non-judgmental. My style is collaborative and conversational. When working with clients on life challenges, I'm not afraid to speak the truth and to provide supportive, constructive feedback. Clients praise my ability to say things clearly and compassionately.
(207) 553-2260
Portland, Maine 04101
Leah Day, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Leah Day, LSCW, has been practicing clinical counseling for over 15 years. Her office is located in downtown Portland, Maine, a short walk from public parking and numerous Metro stops. Leah began her career working in various wilderness programs such as Outward Bound and Vision Quest with the Youth at Risk population. She has served as a clinician in many school settings, in community outreach in adoption and parenting programs, and in office with a variety of age groups from school-age to mid-life. She has experience in treating trauma, depression, anxiety and relational issues.
Portland, Maine 04101
Gail Clinton, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“My practice is centered around self-discovery and transformation. I am not your traditional psychiatrist in that I do not put my attention on diagnoses or medication. Instead my orientation is around the integration of life's experiences and on becoming more whole. I can help with a variety of obstacles to being more clear, confident and courageous. I utilize a therapeutic approach called Internal Family Systems (IFS) which is non-pathologizing and assumes we all have parts as well as a Self. That Self can and will lead the internal system when the parts are relieved of their more extreme roles.
(207) 245-1485
Portland, Maine 04101
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