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Marriage Counseling Therapists in South%2bportland

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Andrea Quast Mortello, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Are you seeking connection, harmony and intimacy in your life? Through individual and couples counseling I help clients gain awareness and learn practical skills for creating happiness in their lives. Through a focus on family of origin I help clients heal patterns from the past so they can form healthy adult relationships with oneself and others. My approach helps clients gain insight into unhealthy patterns and develop practical skills for maintaining healthy boundaries and realizing personal goals in one's work, family, and personal life. Mindfulness, nurturance and truthful challenging are central to my approach.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 618-9223
Portland, Maine 04102
Kathy Moreschi-Sherry, Counselor  in South Portland
“How is it going, really? Which life issues do you want to manage more effectively? As a counselor/coach, I journey with you toward a deeper understanding of what has you "stuck". Psychotherapy is about tapping into your hidden strengths, clarifying your goals and getting you "unstuck". I help folks find relief from anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma, insomnia, addictions or relational conflicts. Working 20 years in social services and behavioral health, I'm always inspired when challenges open the door to growth, positive change and resilience. I work with individuals, couples, parents, and groups using approaches tailored to you.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 613-2500
Anne Bulger RN, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cumberland Fores
“Psychotherapy is not easily described. Counseling provides the opportunity for growth and self-discovery in the context of a safe and therapeutic relationship. I will strive to help you establish meaningful life changes while you are supported by our professional relationship. What I am describing is a process in which we will work together to understand how to help you feel better . My education, ongoing training, and life experiences provide different approaches that I may incorporate to assist with the issues you wish to address. It will take some time and it will take some courage. We will work together.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 518-7578
Ania Small, Psychologist  in Freeport
“I see my role as helping people live happier and healthier lives. I like to facilitate progress and help people take an active role in the process of change. I believe in creating a good working relationship with the clients, and identifying goals and ways to accomplish them. Therefore, I work best with people who are motivated to work during and outside of therapy sessions. I often work with clients who experience anxiety, ADHD symptoms, relationship and communication difficulties, stress, sleep problems,depression, trauma, weight problems, want to quit smoking or to simply improve their sense of wellbeing and purpose.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 517-4030
Freeport, Maine 04032
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.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 420-2280
Portland, Maine 04101
Karen A Repasky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Westbrook
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice is centered within a holistic, resilient, collaborative context with clients across the life span. My practice philosophy is based on responding to the person, couple, family and caregiver with compassion, integrity and respect by offering therapeutic conversations utilizing my clinical skills in a comforting space so healing can occur. I believe that clients are complex, unique individuals who have the right to share their views, worries, fears, joys, hopes and dreams from their life experience within the therapeutic relationship so they can create a life that is richer in relationship within themselves, others and their environment.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 747-3013
Westbrook, Maine 04092
“I have 25 years of experience providing psychological services to adults in the greater Portland area. Originally trained in psychodynamic and humanistic models of therapy, I have subsequently received training in Gestalt therapy and more recently in mindfulness based cognitive models. Within the context of the therapeutic relationship, we will focus on developing awareness of behavioral patterns, beliefs, and emotions which contribute to difficulties in daily living. With developing awareness, you can begin to implement changes consistent with your values and goals
Marriage Counseling
(207) 482-0507
Portland, Maine 04102
Dana A Bontatibus, Counselor  in Brunswick
“At times, we all get stuck. Sometimes we worry, sometimes we don't see a way out, and sometimes we feel distant from or in conflict with the ones we love. There is a way through this, but it isn't always obvious. I can help. As a therapist, my job is to help you move beyond these difficult experiences and to re-engage with your most cherished aspirations, values and hopes.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 808-7271
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Sara Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MDiv, EdM
“People usually come to me in the midst of a breakdown, when the old systems of life and of response are no longer working - or when the symptoms of anxiety or depression become too much to bear. There is grief, sadness, anger and at times profound emotional turmoil at the loss of what is known and familiar. Call me. I can help.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 747-3053
Portland, Maine 04101
David Prichard, Counselor  in Portland
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Marriage Counseling
(207) 272-8841
Portland, Maine 04101
Lisa Love, Psychiatric Nurse  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MS, RN, PMH, CNS
“My mission is to assist you in facilitating transformation in your life, beliefs, ways of thinking and responding to stress, in your relationships and attitudes, so that you may be free to receive all the delights of living life to its fullest. You deserve to feel connected, supported, heard and understood. Whether you are contending with medical concerns, losses, transition, chronic pain, end-of-life, divorce, anxiety or depression, or whether you suffer from low self-confidence/self-esteem. Perhaps you are overwhelmed with juggling too much, have parenting challenges and you've let go of self-care.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 747-3050
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Lynne Unger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Thank you for viewing my profile. I have been practicing psychotherapy for over thirty years with individuals, couples, and groups.. My style is interactive, supportive and collaborative. My role is to help you discover your strengths and learn to build on them, leading to personal growth and change. Additionally, therapy is a place to address what is preventing you from reaching your goals and living a better quality life.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 482-0901
Nancy Shaw, Psychotherapist, LCPC, 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.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 761-2796
Portland, Maine 04102
Yara A Perez, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you struggling with worries, fears, sadness, relationship issues, or other stressors? Is it difficult to talk to people in your life about what you're going through. Are these feelings preventing you from having meaningful relationships with others and with yourself? Such emotions can be overwhelming and can affect us in negative ways. My goal is to provide a safe, supportive, and interactive environment to help you cope with and overcome these obstacles, and restore balance to your life.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 358-6331
Portland, Maine 04101
“I have been a therapist in Maine for 20 years, initially at the Master's level, and completed my PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2012. During that time I have worked with people from all walks of life - people of diverse ethnicities, orientations, and beliefs. I have worked at inpatient and outpatient programs, and my own private practice; with people who are having difficulty adjusting to changing life circumstances, and with people with severe and persistent mental illness. This has confirmed my belief that, while our differences should be celebrated, human beings can always find connection, and those connections can be the basis for healing.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 518-7287
Windham, Maine 04062
Jessica Pulver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Standish
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am someone who listens to you closely, makes you feel safe being vulnerable, appreciates eccentricity, and is curious about your life. I can hold your strong feelings, contradictions, and complexities, and help you make some sense of it all. I believe there is great relief in being truly understood and accepted, and change comes more easily after I have reflected and honored your experience. I will ask you questions that gently open new ways of imagining your life that you had not wondered about before. I will guide you in reaching a place of deeper awareness and strength.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 808-7057
Standish, Maine 04084
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.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 245-1485
Portland, Maine 04101
Martin Finkelstein, Psychologist  in Portland
“After 35 years practicing as a clinical psychologist I have come to understand that effective treatment must be determined specifically for each client and applied in a respectful and cooperative manner. Treatment choices are made based on the uniqueness of the individual, his or her goals, and current life circumstances. They may include behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, in-depth therapy, or couples and family therapy. One treatment modality is not appropriate for all.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 518-7525
Portland, Maine 04102
Courtney N Wowk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Scarborough
“Making changes is never easy. I am inspired by my clients on a regular basis. I am experienced in supporting people with working toward managing their emotions and life conflicts more effectively I have experience working with people that struggle with self injurious behaviors. I generally prefer working with adolescent ages to adulthood. I am energized by supporting families with conflict and navigating their relationships. I also find it gratifying to work with parents that need support with doing things differently.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 517-0152
Anne G Peters, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Hello, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 15 years experience as a psychotherapist. My office is located in Portland's West End, adjacent to the Maine Medical Center campus. I offer treatment for individuals (starting at age 11/12) and couples. Evening appointments are available one day a week.
Marriage Counseling
(207) 518-7110
Portland, Maine 04102
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Marriage Counseling Therapists
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