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Therapists in Portland

Jim Sparks, Psychologist  in Portland
“In more than 15 years as a psychologist, I've cultivated a profound respect for the ways people reshape their lives despite daunting problems. I see my role as helping you understand how a particular problem is working, noticing moments you are living more according to your own designs, and solidifying these changes. Couples are a particular interest of mine. I meet with couples trying to decide if they are a good fit for a committed relationship; couples who want to undo habits of conflict that diminish connection; and long-term couples who find they've drifted into parallel lives.
(207) 358-4704
Portland, Maine 04101
Elizabeth M Flannery, Psychologist  in Portland
“I am a clinical psychologist with 30 years of experience. I have been in private practice in the Portland area since 1990. I work with children, adolescents, adults, and couples with a broad range of presenting issues, including but not limited to depression and anxiety, self esteem, eating disorders, and relationship issues. I also work with parents around parenting issues and in cases of high conflict divorce, around co-parenting issues.
(207) 518-7421
Portland, Maine 04102
Sarah Furman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Counseling can provide a safe place to explore your feelings and behaviors, and I will collaborate with you to uncover emotional obstacles and find strategies to work through difficult issues. I strive to create a place that allows for healing, growth, and insight in an effort to integrate the many aspects of yourself--both those that may need healing and those that are healthy. I use your strengths to help you create change and I also strive to honor your feelings, beliefs, and whole self to help you live a fuller and more peaceful life.
(207) 650-0939
Portland, Maine 04103
Susan Marean Shedd, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you have lost hope that you'll ever feel good again because you struggle with anxiety, have been through a traumatic experience, have relationship issues, or depression, realize that you CAN find help! A positive therapeutic relationship can give you the ability to see your worth, and to heal from difficult experiences both past and present. The old saying "can't see the forest for the trees" means you can't fully understand a situation from inside; I can be your mirror, helping you see and understand the issues, AND help you learn how to change.
(207) 831-4918
Portland, Maine 04103
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
S Leigh Haskell, Psychologist  in Portland
“I am a licensed psychologist and have practiced in Maine for the past 28 years, working with adults, adolescents and children. I have a specialization in the area of grief, loss and bereavement. My experience includes helping individuals cope with the death of a child, spouse/partner, parent, sibling, friend, coworker, or pet due to illness, accidents, suicide, and aging. I focus on each person's unique circumstances and needs during the grieving process. I work toward fostering resilience and developing strategies to regain a sense of emotional equilibrium and the capacity to function, differently but effectively, following a loss.
(207) 808-7017
Portland, Maine 04103
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
Douglas Smith, Counselor  in Portland
“Somatic (or body) psychotherapy is the kind of work that once you have practiced it as a therapist, or experienced it as a client, you can "never go back" to regular talk therapy. The reason is simple: the body is the repository of your history as much as the mind. It remembers - and contains many layers and patterns of protection, defense and response that have developed along with emotional and mental experience. Somatic psychotherapy treats the body as an equal partner in the healing process.
(207) 358-4500
Portland, Maine 04101
Faith Sheehan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCS, BCD
“I believe people are infinitely interesting and resilient. I promise a safe place and the therapeutic skills and experience to help you stop looking for a way out and instead, find a way through. I am a licensed clinical social worker and certified clinical alcohol and drug supervisor. I have 23 years of mental health and substance abuse treatment experience. I work with individuals, couples and groups from adolescence through adulthood. Life's possibilities change as we do and people really do recover - every single day. Your best life is waiting.
(207) 358-6091 x14
Portland, Maine 04103
Douglas Cowan, Counselor  in Portland
“At times we can get focused on regrets of the past. Or we're consumed with the chaos of anticipating the future. We can be overwhelmed by anxiety, sadness, or experiences of loss and grief. These are very personal concerns that sometimes lead to isolation, being "stuck", or unhealthy relationships with substances, behaviors, or people. I can help you gain insight and take action helping make the mind an ally, rather than a detractor, in your life.
(207) 613-2220
Portland, Maine 04101
Dan Creek, Counselor  in Portland
“Welcome - thank you for your interest. For more than a dozen years I've worked as an educator and guide, leading adolescents and young adults through transformative learning experiences. In my counseling practice, I strive to help clients gain self understanding and develop a stronger sense of well-being and life satisfaction. Depending on specific needs, I offer therapeutic approaches that address concerns such as anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, and performance problems (e.g., work/academic stress, physical intimacy).
(207) 618-9870
Portland, Maine 04102
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
Kate Cole Fallon, Counselor  in Portland
“Whether you are challenged by changes in relationships, health, work, or stage of life, let's work together to discover your best self along the ageless journey of life. I offer private, confidential counseling to adults who are seeking more effective ways of managing stress, depression, anxiety, change and loss. Balancing conflicting demands can leave anyone feeling emotionally overwhelmed.
(207) 517-2442
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.
(207) 245-1437
Portland, Maine 04102
Keita A. Whitten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, KYTA
“Are you ready for something different? Are you ready to thrive? Redefining Therapy is a non- traditional approach to psychotherapy & living well. This is fundamental work addressing root causes of behaviors, thoughts and feelings at the nervious system level. Sessions are designed to help you to slow down, tune in, and rediscover one's own capacity for change and healing. My clients are public schools, private schools, non- profits, African - American, bi/ multi racial, refugees, immigrants, cancer patients and caregivers, adoption, divorce, grief and loss, transitions, and family systems including rural, urban, autistic, queer, poor, wealthy, and alternative families.
(207) 808-7277
Portland, Maine 04102
Paula L Curran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you experiencing frustration, feeling upset by an unsatisfying relationship? Do you feel overwhelmed by finances, divorce or stress? "How will I handle all these pressures?" Do you consider therapy but don't know where to start: "how do I choose from the therapists I read about?". If you seek someone who will engage with you, understand that you are doing your best to make sense of the problems confronting you and wants to participate in creating strategies to resolve these problems, please call me to talk about how we might collaborate to create the life you desire.
(207) 245-1353
Portland, Maine 04103
Norma Kraus-Eule Counseling and Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“I am an interested, active listener offering feedback and understanding in a nonjudgemental manner so that we can explore together the possibilities for change. I work cooperatively with the client to develop their goals thru problem solving. I believe our work together will provide solutions that can relieve stress and confusion.
(207) 358-4509
Portland, Maine 04101
Amy L. Simpson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Looking to move to the next level in your life or relationships? A session at Nectar Counseling Services can help you find the clarity you seek. I primarily utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in my work with clients, and my clients often see noticeable improvement within a handful of sessions. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I am licensed to treat a wide range of psychological and emotional issues and I have extensive experience in family, couple's, and individual therapy.
(207) 245-1366
Portland, Maine 04103
Beth Elyse Eilers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice is based on the vital importance of the mind/body connection and the belief that life is enriched by learning to notice and accept the present moment. We live in a stressful and unpredictable world, and everyone needs help sometimes to clarify their values and move forward.
(207) 358-3572
Portland, Maine 04101
Shaun Kieran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you struggling with how to be fulfilled in a difficult world? I work with adults who want to live their lives with courage and honesty. It's a privilege being helpful to people wanting better human relationships - at home and in the workplace - and who may be experiencing discouragement, hurt, fear, self-doubt, loneliness, and grief. Many already are "veterans of therapy," and the mental health system - while others are approaching professional help for the very first time. I engage, listen, and use my experience to truly help people improve self-awareness and navigate to their best path.
(207) 517-2928
Portland, Maine 04103
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