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Substance Abuse Therapists in Portland

Carolyn B Holbrook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
“Life is a gift to be enjoyed. Sometimes issues, changes and mental stress can make it seem like life's a chore to be endured. Some people carry heavy emotional blocks around from their past that blind them from the enjoyment. The goal of therapy is to assist you to live a more happy, free and productive life. Good therapy involves a trusted comfortable relationship with an objective professional who can give you educated constructive feedback and set you on a road to growth and self-understanding. Sharing pain and fears in a confidential safe setting can be uplifting in itself.
Substance Abuse
(207) 773-7993 x23
Portland, Maine 04103
Top Of The Hill Counseling, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portland
“There is little doubt that a sit down with a seasoned counselor is the safest and most dignified approach to the fears and apprehension that come with an understanding that the door to alcohol or drug abuse problem is going to get opened. Top of the Hill was designed to be that place of this initiation. We care to continue to be known as Portland's best known outpatient facility for the delivery of quality alcohol and drug treatment and evaluation services. We are also known to be highly qualified in the counseling of affected others seeking reasonable and dignified intervention strategies for specific problems.
Substance Abuse
(207) 808-7736
Portland, Maine 04101
Brandy Rogers, Counselor  in Portland
“I offer individual & group counseling and consultation. Being scared and alone is not a good recipe for making change or big decisions. At times in our lives, many of us struggle to know what is good for us. Often what feels good right away, wins: shopping, tobacco, isolation, caffeine, alcohol, just naming a few. By learning how to pay attention to what is going on inside you and inside your life, choices begin to appear.
Substance Abuse
(207) 749-4620
Office is near:
Portland, Maine 04101
Tranquil Shores, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“Tranquil Shores offers a comprehensive, effective program designed for individuals seeking relief from alcohol and substance abuse. With guidance from our licensed Clinical Team, most of whom are internationally recognized, they will create a treatment plan uniquely specific to your individual needs. The professional staff at Tranquil Shores is focused on helping you gain long-term recovery and is committed to providing exceptional treatment for substance abuse. Our collective experience ensures that we are qualified to meet the treatment needs of many different individuals for a successful, abstinence-based lifestyle. From our medical staff to our support staff, you will experience compassion, care and confidential healing at Tranquil Shores.
Substance Abuse
(727) 287-4839
We serve:
Portland, Maine 04101
Jennifer Wurfel, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC, DEEP
“"Superman's not brave. You can't be brave if your indestructible, its everyday people like you and me that are brave knowing we could easily be defeated but still continue to move forward"~unknown It is a huge gift to be able to witness someone who had little hope become that person they always dreamed of! To give just one person the gift of hope that is priceless. Got hope? I do! I have found recovering addicts can become amazing people! You've overcome so much already, use those assets for recovery instead of using them for addiction.
Substance Abuse
(207) 517-2474
Portland, Maine 04101
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.
Substance Abuse
(207) 518-7647
Portland, Maine 04101
Cecily H Rich, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, LADC, DEEP
“I work with people to empower them in their commitment to make positive changes the areas of their lives that are holding them back. This includes depression, anxiety,relationship issues and family issues associated with addiction. What areas in your life are working well and what are not? I help people figure out what they need and what they want and how to get there.
Substance Abuse
(207) 370-5976
Portland, Maine 04101
Crossroads, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“The Back Cove Residential Program serves as a premier recovery destination for women from all over the country, offering holistic treatment in a beautiful Maine setting. In addition to cutting edge gender-responsive addiction and emotional health treatment, our holistic approach includes yoga, equine therapy, acupuncture and other complementary services. This 30-day inpatient program is ideal for women who seek a serene spot in which to get away for a short time and start their road to recovery.
Substance Abuse
(207) 747-3172
Portland, Maine 04101
The Recovery Village, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“The Recovery Village accepts most commercial insurances and is the only facility offering medical detox, inpatient dual diagnosis based substance abuse, mental health treatments and eating disorders all under one roof. Our advanced therapy program offers five customized one on one therapy sessions each week, in addition to dynamic outdoor group therapy sessions. A better life through advanced therapy, all in a luxurious setting. Experience the Recovery Village difference, change your life! Unlike the others, a full time addiction psychiatrist is on staff, Dr. Syed Abbas and Dr. Heather Luing our Chief Medical Director. At the Recovery Village, we understand the dilemma of addiction. Our fully trained staff will guide clients and family to the goal of complete rehabilitation. If you think you've seen it all, you haven't seen us. And if this is your first time, we won't let you down. We provide 24/7 limo service pickup. We are discreet and anonymous.
Substance Abuse
(914) 327-2046
We serve:
Portland, Maine 04101
Joni Altshuler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Though insight is interesting and can be very helpful, I believe we have to feel something in our bones to be moved to make big changes in our lives. My great joy is guiding clients to find and embody their own ' aha! ' moments because that's when those big changes happen.
Substance Abuse
(207) 482-0540
Portland, Maine 04101
Ricki Schechter Avant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
“I will do my best to offer experiences in therapy that support the changes you seek in your daily life. My approach is holistic and eclectic, flexible to your needs and the issues that you bring. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor, with a specialty in EMDR. (You can find information at the EMDR International Association: www.emdria.org). My clients include individuals, couples, families, children, teens, and adults. I have done this work for many years, am trained in a variety of perspectives, and continue to learn new ones.
Substance Abuse
(207) 358-6010
Office is near:
Portland, Maine 04103
Josh Schoenfeld, Psychologist  in Portland
“My clinical approach weaves together the science and art of psychotherapy, and rests on two main principles. First, I am committed to doing what works: I draw on the latest clinical research to provide treatments rooted in a range of conceptual frameworks that are well supported by scientific evidence. Second, I recognize and honor individual differences: I use creativity and skill to design treatments that align with each client's unique needs and experiences.
Substance Abuse
(207) 517-2810 x116
Portland, Maine 04103
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.
Substance Abuse
(207) 245-1440
Portland, Maine 04103
Sindee Gozansky, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you feel all alone with your problems? Hold painful feelings inside so you don't burden others? Wish you had someone to talk to? Therapy offers a safe retreat in a stressful world, where you will be heard, cared about and supported. You may be searching for balance, peace, meaning and guidance. Together we will tap into your strengths, help you find new ways to cope, and reconnect with your sacred self. You deserve to experience more happiness and to have purpose in your life. You can achieve all this and more when you have someone to trust and help you along the way!
Substance Abuse
(207) 358-4386
Portland, Maine 04101
Beth L. Schurman, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“I use a number of therapeutic modalities including Redecision Therapy and CBT. I see the power as being in you the client and that it's my job to create an environment in which you can make new decisions in your life and get out of your unconscious script. This process will encourage you to choose to live autonomously by responding to the new environment in an appropriate way for this time and place. I encourage you to relinquish old feelings from the past and stop looking for reasons to justify them.
Substance Abuse
(207) 747-3197
Portland, Maine 04103
Stephen Moran, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I am a New York trained psychiatrist recently relocated to Maine. My main focus is in helping people with addictions, mood/anxiety disorders, thought disorders, and with adjusting to life stressors and changes. I like to encourage a cognitive-behavioral approach, in which medications are supplemented by work on correcting self-defeating behaviors and thoughts. I like to work with patients who are motivated in feeling better and doing more with their lives. There is no such thing as perfect, but better is perfect.
Substance Abuse
(347) 706-3318
Portland, Maine 04101
Teg Glendon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all struggle at times to meet the internal and external challenges inherent in life. We move to manage and cope with problems, unhappiness and bad feelings. Sometimes we get stuck. Other times we move with skill and thoughtfulness, realizing happiness and peace of mind. I work with people to maximize skillfulness and minimize being stuck, using principles of change found in various psychotherapy models. I emphasize accurate understanding, acceptance, and change based on your values and worldview. I am honored that clients share their struggles and successes with me!
Substance Abuse
(207) 420-8984
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.
Substance Abuse
(207) 517-2394
Portland, Maine 04103
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.
Substance Abuse
(207) 358-4213
Portland, Maine 04101
Franklin Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I practice clinical social work with a client-centered, strength-based approach and a focus on empowering individuals to take control over their emotional and psychological health.
Substance Abuse
(207) 245-1437
Portland, Maine 04102

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Substance Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with substance abuse in Portland or for Portland substance abuse counseling, these professionals provide substance abuse services and substance abuse treatment. They include substance abuse Therapists in Portland, substance abuse psychologists and substance abuse counselors. They can help with drug addiction and drug abuse treatment in Portland, alcohol addiction, chemical dependency and substance abuse recovery. A Portland substance abuse Therapist provides outpatient services but can also refer to treatment centers, clinics, rehab, treatment programs and substance abuse facilities.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Portland have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Portland you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Portland and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Portland or family therapy in Portland.