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Therapists in Portland

Kindra Bernard, Counselor  in Portland
“With more than a decade of experience, I am passionate about collaborating with clients as they look to increase their sense of well-being and life satisfaction. My approach is intentionally eclectic and integrative, honoring the unique strengths and needs of each person. I appreciate the value of looking to one's history to better understand current concerns, but also focus on the present moment in helping individuals learn to more easily navigate their current challenges. At the heart of my practice is a strong appreciation for the importance of developing a safe, trusting therapeutic relationship.
(207) 251-5359
Portland, Maine 04101
Cheryl Plourde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a place to explore how you feel, think, and live in the present, which is influenced by your past. The core beliefs and feelings we hold about ourselves are the key to how we live our lives. When these beliefs are negative they lead to unhappiness and feeling stuck. This may come from past and present experiences, dysfunctional habitual patterns or distressing event(s). We are extremely loyal to the familiar, even when it is not working. Finding someone to talk to about your most private life requires an environment of safety built on trust and confidentiality.
(207) 400-6708
Portland, Maine 04101
Corrine A Bongiovanni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you are an individual or couple seeking an experienced clinician, then I may be a good choice for you. Please feel free to call for an initial free phone consult.
(207) 517-2006
Portland, Maine 04103
E Merle Bragdon, Psychologist  in Portland
“Most of us develop ways of seeing and engaging the world through 'habits of mind' which sometimes create suffering, lead to anxieties, depression, negative self image, or unsatisfying relationships. Sometimes suffering emerges because of a particular stress in our lives; sometimes it has been a long unwanted companion we can't shake. With guidance and personal effort, we can discover and gradually free ourselves from self-defeating habits of mind. Individuals who may especially benefit from my approach are those who would glimpse beneath the surface of temporary symptoms to the enduring habits of mind which get in our way.
(207) 517-2849
Portland, Maine 04101
Elizabeth Ann Miles LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“I am a LCSW providing individual and family therapy to children (age 3 and up), adolescents and adults. Offering evidence-based, systems-oriented counseling, I have an excellent record of meeting treatment goals and assisting people in maintaining positive changes. As a therapist, I am more directive than passive in style, and quickly work to assess goals, and create an individualized treatment plan to address barriers. Treatment modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (including Trauma Focused-CBT, Cognitive Behavioral Play Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), Solution-Focused Therapy, Child-Centered Therapeutic Art and Play, Motivational Interviewing and Narrative Therapy.
(207) 618-9437
Portland, Maine 04101
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
Sarah Evelyn Mays, Art Therapist  in Portland
“Art Therapy uses art materials, the creative process, and/or the finished art product as a tool to help facilitate change in a wide variety of ways. You do not need prior experience using art materials or creating art to participate in and gain value from Art Therapy.
(615) 601-1095
Portland, Maine 04102
Kathleen Rossvall, Counselor  in Portland
“I realize one of the hardest steps can be reaching out for help and contacting a therapist. My 30 years of experience and training in various mental health settings led me to a number of approaches and styles that can help the individual overcome obstacles that may manifest as anxiety, depression, mood swings, or feelings of disconnection from self .
(207) 358-3457
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
Robert Myers, Psychotherapist, Counselor  in Portland
“As a psychotherapist I have assisted individuals, couples, and families to become healthier in their relationships, to address their addiction challenges, and to make meaning of traumatic personal suffering. My work being solution focused while drawing from a depth orientation pays special attention to how the challenges in the moment illuminate opportunities and goals for the future.
(207) 358-4817
Portland, Maine 04101
Alisia Ives, Counselor  in Portland
“How do you choose a counselor? If you know you help to define and create your life, and you are able to let go to gain help, then contact me. People often start counseling because they feel stuck, off-balance, in emotional pain, sad, stressed or anxious. I use various styles of counseling but what remains consistent is the need for you to talk openly, reflect on yourself, and bring your curiosity to give suggestions a try.
(207) 650-5681
Portland, Maine 04103
Drea Michaud, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I offer compassionate, creative holistic counseling to adolescents and adults. We begin by establishing a therapeutic relationship in which you feel safe and understood. To facilitate your emotional, behavioral and cognitive healing and growth, we may explore awareness-building, body-based practices such as ~ guided meditation and visualization ~ yoga-inspired breathwork, movement and relaxation practices ~ creative arts therapy
(207) 358-4866
Portland, Maine 04106
Jennifer M Rent, Counselor  in Portland
“People come to me for all reasons: family discord, relationship problems, struggles with depression, anxiety, abuse, and concerns for a child or teen to name a few. I work very hard at connecting with my clients and helping them on their journey of exploring self, history and patterns of behavior. I believe that through this work it is possible to form a pathway toward self discovery, create change, heal from pain and become a happier and healthier person / family. My specialties are counseling children, teens and adults, as well as couples and family therapy.
(207) 245-1977
Portland, Maine 04101
Honnie Goode, Counselor  in Portland
“Welcome to my practice! It is important to find a safe place to create the changes you want to see in your life. I provide compassion, empathy, and openness to help create a trusting therapeutic relationship to assist in your healing process. You are the authority of your life, through collaboration I can help assist you in becoming the person you want to be.
(207) 390-8143
Portland, Maine 04101
Josh Kingsbury, Psychologist  in Portland
“We all experience challenges during our everyday lives. Sometimes these challenges can seem overwhelming and discouraging. I work with people who want to make changes in their lives to help themselves overcome these difficult experiences. These changes can often be difficult to contemplate, yet alone act on. I strive to create a supportive environment for my clients where they can explore their concerns and the emotions that arise.
(207) 773-2828 x107
Portland, Maine 04103
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
Stephen A Joffe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Experienced therapist with expertise and comfort with family therapy. Very experienced with children, adolescents and families. Clients from 5-70+, male and female, all racial and ethnic groups, all religious orientations. Individual, couples and family therapy approaches. Marital therapy and parenting focused treatment. Provide guidance and support for college students struggling or in transition. Primarily take private pay, Anthem, and BC/BS. Licensed in Maine and you can get reimbursement for services to your insurance max, check your coverage.
(207) 747-3099
Portland, Maine 04101
Julia M Abrol, Counselor  in Portland
“I have extensive experience of working with adolescents and young adults in a variety of roles including School-Based Clinician, Therapeutic Foster Parent, and Homeless Teens' Case Manager. Most individuals and families come to me with issues related to anxiety, depression, adjustment, self-esteem, grief, and trauma. These issues can have an impact on ability to go to work/school, participate in daily activities, and connect with friends and family in a meaningful way.
(207) 613-2543
Portland, Maine 04101
Nate Woodin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RPT
“Are you, your child, or your family struggling with life's challenges? I can assist and support individuals and families along their path of change. I offer an eclectic approach to therapy that is shaped by the needs of you or your family. I am a registered play therapist and also utilize expressive art modalities for clients of all ages. I am a trained family therapist and view my clients challenges from a systems perspective.
(207) 358-4985
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
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