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Therapists in Brunswick

Jesse R Russell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BS, Ed
“So many of our issues today are related to relationships, past and present. Issues regarding abuse, and the stress of everyday life can make us feel overwhelmed. Managing emotional issues like anger,resentment, and emotional distance can be confusing. I believe that my friendly and knowledgeable approach to my clients enable new insights, and behaviors that improve peoples lives.I invite you to call me for an appointment soon.
(207) 517-4953
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
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
Bennett Holbrook, Counselor  in Brunswick
“People seeking the help of a therapist often feel alone, defeated, and even ashamed. Because of these typical feelings I believe it is extremely important for the therapist to foster feelings of hope and acceptance as a foundation for the work to follow. To achieve this I embrace the humanistic principle of Unconditional Positive Regard working with clients within a non-judgmental cooperative alliance.My office is located in a convenient, rural, residential setting that many of my clients have described as therapeutic. I work with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship problems, PTSD, and loss of meaning in their lives.
(207) 358-4694
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Jane C Quinlan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer adolescent, family,individual, and couples therapy in a supportive and strengths based environment. Therapy is provided in a warm office space. It is my philosophy that working with the strengths of a client empowers the client towards greater self esteem and positive life choices.
(207) 522-8217
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 to you on the phone or you can email me. My office in Brunswick is wheelchair accessible.
(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
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
Courtney Durgin, Counselor  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LCPC-C, CADC, NCC
“In our hurried lives, we sometimes find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, disconnected from loved ones, or "stuck" and unsure about where we are headed. Some of us may even struggle with a past that continues to define our present. As a counselor, I strive to provide a safe, supportive environment promoting awareness, cultivating strengths, and encouraging lasting change. My clients frequently describe me as warm, genuine, non-judgmental, easy to talk to, insightful and motivating. My style draws upon a range experience including grief/hospice care, family/couple systems, group and individual treatment for clients with severe psychiatric diagnoses, and addiction.
(207) 618-6412
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
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. We specialize in transformational couples work which is all about creating deep intimacy and connection. We routinely help couples who are navigating addictions & affairs, sexuality, co-parenting & blended family challenges as well as other stressful life situations such as infertility, medical/mental health issues and loss. 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
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.
(207) 747-3050
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
Stephanie Cimmet, Art Therapist  in Brunswick
“Through my professional experience as well as personal process, I am engaged by every person's natural ability to communicate complex emotional challenges through creative expression. By combining creative arts with psychotherapy, we can use a variety of non-traditional modalities as gateways to exploring both your struggles and strengths.
(207) 504-2664
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Antoinette Harrington, Psychologist  in Brunswick
“I am a psychologist licensed to practice in Maine, NH and RI. I am currently accepting new patients in Brunswick, ME. I provide brief and long- term evidenced based, trauma-informed treatment for children, adolescents, families and couples. I also provide teletherapy over a secure network for NH patients.
(207) 618-5154
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Nancy D Whiteside, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe in an individualized approach to counseling/therapy. People often contact me for help with relationships, depression, anxiety, stress management, grief/loss, and other life transitions. To me, each situation is unique. My being a good listener as well as offering a variety of "psychological tools" are both important. For example, tools might include new skills in communication such as better ways to handle conflict or manage difficult emotions like anger, sadness, fear, envy or guilt. Providing a safe, supportive and confidential place to discuss difficult issues is essential. I also believe strongly in building on people's strengths.
(207) 358-4017
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Robert C Vilas, Psychologist  in Brunswick
“There are many powerful tools available to help individuals, couples, and families achieve meaningful, positive change in their lives. As a psychologist in clinical practice for over 25 years, I am vitally engaged in the process of integrating a broad range of therapeutic practices to meet the unique needs of each client. Effective psychotherapy can be of great assistance in negotiating the complexities of modern human existence. Engaging mind, heart, and intuition, it is a process that may become an "adventure of the Soul" imparting profound benefit beyond the alleviation of symptoms.
(207) 358-4530
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
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
Clay Chase, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“After 17 years counseling hundreds of family members with emotional, substance abuse and relationship problems, I have turned my attention to serving adults only. Couples therapy is a personal specialty. My primary form of practice is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with an emphasis in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. ACT is a values-based counseling that focuses on reducing ones struggle with painful thoughts and feelings while committing to movement toward a rich and meaningful life. This research driven approach is effective for treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, chronic pain, substance abuse, relationship stress and many other clinical conditions.
(207) 209-1581
Brunswick, Maine 04011

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