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Katherine 'Casey' Heard, Counselor
Counselor, MEd, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My counseling practice utilizes a variety of approaches based on the unique and individual needs of each client. I use a strengths-based approach and work with the client to help them identify the goals they have for themselves."
(207) 747-3513
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"My counseling practice utilizes a variety of approaches based on the unique and individual needs of each client. I use a strengths-based approach and work with the client to help them identify the goals they have for themselves."
Cathy Bartok, MS, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I consider being a therapist an honor and privilege, the mental health and safety of my clients most important. I work with individual adolescents, adults, couples, and families on life issues, great and small: anxiety, depression, trauma, transitions, communication, self-esteem, and boundaries... I do not tell clients what to do, I work with each to discover their own truth and solutions."
(207) 482-0768
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"I consider being a therapist an honor and privilege, the mental health and safety of my clients most important. I work with individual adolescents, adults, couples, and families on life issues, great and small: anxiety, depression, trauma, transitions, communication, self-esteem, and boundaries... I do not tell clients what to do, I work with each to discover their own truth and solutions."
Leslie Marchus, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer a supportive non-judgmental environment to help people improve their lives. You don't like people telling you what to do? Neither do I. I am a collaborator, rather than a director, in the process of healing and improving relationships. I have been working with children and families for over 20 years, and I look forward to working with you and yours. I specialize in marriage, couple, and family counseling. I also work with individuals recovering from traumatic events, experiencing transitions in their lives, and seeking to improve relationships."
(207) 747-3106
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"I offer a supportive non-judgmental environment to help people improve their lives. You don't like people telling you what to do? Neither do I. I am a collaborator, rather than a director, in the process of healing and improving relationships. I have been working with children and families for over 20 years, and I look forward to working with you and yours. I specialize in marriage, couple, and family counseling. I also work with individuals recovering from traumatic events, experiencing transitions in their lives, and seeking to improve relationships."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC, CCS
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"I enjoy working with people over age 18 who are having problems with depression, anxiety , substance abuse or who have been the victim of emotional, sexual or physical trauma. I am client centered and will collaborate with you to find the best aproach to help you achieve your preferred solutions. I am a certified EMDR therapist and also trained in Motivational Interviewing. I draw from other therapeutic approaches as well including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Your first session will be free of charge. Please call me M-F, 9-5."
(207) 808-7342
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"I enjoy working with people over age 18 who are having problems with depression, anxiety , substance abuse or who have been the victim of emotional, sexual or physical trauma. I am client centered and will collaborate with you to find the best aproach to help you achieve your preferred solutions. I am a certified EMDR therapist and also trained in Motivational Interviewing. I draw from other therapeutic approaches as well including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Your first session will be free of charge. Please call me M-F, 9-5."
Renee Armstrong-Hay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"We are human. I believe we all encounter circumstances--internal, external and relational--in which we feel stuck, overwhelmed, helpless or unsure of how to move forward. As a therapist, I am committed to helping individual adults, children and youth, couples and families identify patterns of thoughts, behavior and interactions that inhibit fulfillment. I work together with people to identify goals and to evaluate our work in therapy. Ideally, therapy is a temporary commitment, a place to bolster internal resources and identify more effective tools and ways of interacting and coping."
(207) 387-8537
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"We are human. I believe we all encounter circumstances--internal, external and relational--in which we feel stuck, overwhelmed, helpless or unsure of how to move forward. As a therapist, I am committed to helping individual adults, children and youth, couples and families identify patterns of thoughts, behavior and interactions that inhibit fulfillment. I work together with people to identify goals and to evaluate our work in therapy. Ideally, therapy is a temporary commitment, a place to bolster internal resources and identify more effective tools and ways of interacting and coping."
Lindy Graham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that even the most difficult symptom began as an earnest attempt to cope with something unmanageable. Understanding the purpose the symptom serves directs the treatment to resolve the underlying issues. Unresolved feelings and beliefs can be experienced and understood, thus eliminating the need to hold on to a symptom that is no longer serving us. I believe the establishment of an authentic therapeutic relationship is the essential foundation from which the process of psychotherapy unfolds."
(207) 358-3460
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"I believe that even the most difficult symptom began as an earnest attempt to cope with something unmanageable. Understanding the purpose the symptom serves directs the treatment to resolve the underlying issues. Unresolved feelings and beliefs can be experienced and understood, thus eliminating the need to hold on to a symptom that is no longer serving us. I believe the establishment of an authentic therapeutic relationship is the essential foundation from which the process of psychotherapy unfolds."
Eileen Manglass Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you stuck and searching for a path forward? Struggling with stressful life events, grief or anxiety? Are you wanting a voice and validation; and most importantly, the tools for more success, more joy? I can help you become empowered, to a life full of possibility. I've been a counselor in Maine for over fifteen years, providing compassionate solutions in an accepting environment. Together, we will find the help you need; healing, growth, and lasting change. I work with individuals and couples."
(207) 358-4334
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"Are you stuck and searching for a path forward? Struggling with stressful life events, grief or anxiety? Are you wanting a voice and validation; and most importantly, the tools for more success, more joy? I can help you become empowered, to a life full of possibility. I've been a counselor in Maine for over fifteen years, providing compassionate solutions in an accepting environment. Together, we will find the help you need; healing, growth, and lasting change. I work with individuals and couples."
Kate Meredith, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, LADC, CCS
Verified by Psychology Today
"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS, DEEP CERTIFIED At some time in our lives everyone needs help. It might be addiction to alcohol and/or drugs, chronic depression or anxiety, or temporary "life transitions," like coping with grief, personal relationship concerns, or employment issues. Just a life's journey takes many paths, so, too, does recovery--be it substance and opioid use, depression, and anxiety. Utilizing tools like cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and brief treatment, our sessions will provide a framework that will allow you to move forward on a path that works for you."
(207) 250-5759
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS, DEEP CERTIFIED At some time in our lives everyone needs help. It might be addiction to alcohol and/or drugs, chronic depression or anxiety, or temporary "life transitions," like coping with grief, personal relationship concerns, or employment issues. Just a life's journey takes many paths, so, too, does recovery--be it substance and opioid use, depression, and anxiety. Utilizing tools like cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and brief treatment, our sessions will provide a framework that will allow you to move forward on a path that works for you."
Nichelle Gardner, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC-c, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that truly understanding a person’s journey and story begins with a compassionate heart. Each person is beautifully unique, harbors certain strengths, and is on a developmental journey, no matter what their age. I work collaboratively and creatively to identify these strengths, explore developmental perspective, and find a meaningful approach, that clients can relate to. "
(207) 387-7963
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"I believe that truly understanding a person’s journey and story begins with a compassionate heart. Each person is beautifully unique, harbors certain strengths, and is on a developmental journey, no matter what their age. I work collaboratively and creatively to identify these strengths, explore developmental perspective, and find a meaningful approach, that clients can relate to. "
David Murray, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I like to do a lot of listening and to provide emotional support prior to making any suggestions. Also, I have found that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a very effective component to counseling because it helps clients to identify habitual coping strategies that he/she has been employing that have helped to reduce stress in the past but now cause all sorts of problems. In addition to providing emotional support, I will help you to be mindful of these tendencies and practice replacing the thoughts (and the behaviors associated with them) with strategies that will help you live a happier,life."
(207) 420-2232
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"I like to do a lot of listening and to provide emotional support prior to making any suggestions. Also, I have found that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a very effective component to counseling because it helps clients to identify habitual coping strategies that he/she has been employing that have helped to reduce stress in the past but now cause all sorts of problems. In addition to providing emotional support, I will help you to be mindful of these tendencies and practice replacing the thoughts (and the behaviors associated with them) with strategies that will help you live a happier,life."
Counseling and Trauma Therapy Associates-MaineCare, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"We are a mental health agency proudly serving MaineCare clients. Our therapists help individuals and families to lead lives they feel good about. Couples, families, adults, and children have all benefited from the work we do. We look forward to working with all MaineCare clients."
(207) 216-2637
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"We are a mental health agency proudly serving MaineCare clients. Our therapists help individuals and families to lead lives they feel good about. Couples, families, adults, and children have all benefited from the work we do. We look forward to working with all MaineCare clients."
TrueSelf Counseling & Consulting LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MAIS, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My name is Alison Mitchell. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Welcome! Do you sometimes feel “stuck,” like nothing can change? It takes courage to reach out. If you are ready to take that step, I will help you gain understanding of how the past may contribute to current experiences and/or potentially self-destructive habits. I work individually with adults experiencing life transitions, parenting stress, depression, anxiety, and/or traumatic stress."
(207) 705-5848
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"My name is Alison Mitchell. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). Welcome! Do you sometimes feel “stuck,” like nothing can change? It takes courage to reach out. If you are ready to take that step, I will help you gain understanding of how the past may contribute to current experiences and/or potentially self-destructive habits. I work individually with adults experiencing life transitions, parenting stress, depression, anxiety, and/or traumatic stress."
Lynn 'gracelyn' Hendsbee, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, LADC, CCS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Effective therapy begins with a solid, trusting relationship between you and your therapist. I create a warm, open environment where we can build trust and begin to address your concerns. Through therapy, you will learn new ways of responding to the obstacles (internal and external) that are currently contributing to your distress and preventing you from creating the life and relationships you desire. I have extensive experience working with clients with anxiety, depression, trauma, social and relational issues, as well as substance abuse, and have worked with clients in a variety of settings, including residential, in-home support, and outpatient."
(207) 808-7160
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"Effective therapy begins with a solid, trusting relationship between you and your therapist. I create a warm, open environment where we can build trust and begin to address your concerns. Through therapy, you will learn new ways of responding to the obstacles (internal and external) that are currently contributing to your distress and preventing you from creating the life and relationships you desire. I have extensive experience working with clients with anxiety, depression, trauma, social and relational issues, as well as substance abuse, and have worked with clients in a variety of settings, including residential, in-home support, and outpatient."
Oriel Jane Offit, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My job is to help you let go of what isn't working for you anymore. I focus on your current issues but also on those longstanding patterns that surface again and again throughout the life span and cause unhappiness. My approach is interpersonal and client-centered, but I also incorporate concrete strategies for symptom alleviation."
(207) 494-4655
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"My job is to help you let go of what isn't working for you anymore. I focus on your current issues but also on those longstanding patterns that surface again and again throughout the life span and cause unhappiness. My approach is interpersonal and client-centered, but I also incorporate concrete strategies for symptom alleviation."
Dylan Pierrotti, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC, CADC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a licensed clinical mental health counselor I am trained and have experience working with children, adults, couples and families struggling with many of life's challenges. I use an existential humanistic framework with evidence based, trauma informed, and culturally sensitive treatments. This allows for meaningful exploration of ourselves and our relationships, while addressing immediate concerns of how we function in our daily lives, resulting in a more authentic way of being with ourselves and with one another."
(207) 517-2275
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"As a licensed clinical mental health counselor I am trained and have experience working with children, adults, couples and families struggling with many of life's challenges. I use an existential humanistic framework with evidence based, trauma informed, and culturally sensitive treatments. This allows for meaningful exploration of ourselves and our relationships, while addressing immediate concerns of how we function in our daily lives, resulting in a more authentic way of being with ourselves and with one another."
Julia Waltman, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are struggling in any aspect of your life, please consider seeking support. My goal as a counselor is to empower you to find balance and fulfillment, and to facilitate meaningful change and personal growth. I offer a safe and non judgmental space allowing you to explore the various issues or patterns that have brought you to therapy. My hope is to help you gain insight and awareness as well as new skills to make navigating life's hurdles a little bit easier. "
(207) 406-9659
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"If you are struggling in any aspect of your life, please consider seeking support. My goal as a counselor is to empower you to find balance and fulfillment, and to facilitate meaningful change and personal growth. I offer a safe and non judgmental space allowing you to explore the various issues or patterns that have brought you to therapy. My hope is to help you gain insight and awareness as well as new skills to make navigating life's hurdles a little bit easier. "
Top Of The Hill Counseling, Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Verified by Psychology Today
"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 a substance use 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 treatment for Substance Use Disorders and SA 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."
(207) 808-7736
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"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 a substance use 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 treatment for Substance Use Disorders and SA 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."
Clare Moss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an empathetic therapist who specializes in helping adults and older adults who are struggling with life changes and challenges. I can help you resolve past experiences that may be effecting personal growth in your present day life. I believe in taking an integrative approach to therapy and will work with you to develop new coping skills, new behaviors and thinking patterns. Whether you are feeling anxious or depressed due to events/emotions/behaviors that are making you feel overwhelmed, we can work together to find ways to help you to a more livable, functional place mentally and spiritually."
(207) 245-1941
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"I am an empathetic therapist who specializes in helping adults and older adults who are struggling with life changes and challenges. I can help you resolve past experiences that may be effecting personal growth in your present day life. I believe in taking an integrative approach to therapy and will work with you to develop new coping skills, new behaviors and thinking patterns. Whether you are feeling anxious or depressed due to events/emotions/behaviors that are making you feel overwhelmed, we can work together to find ways to help you to a more livable, functional place mentally and spiritually."
Mary E Della Torre, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Careful attention leads to healing, growth, acceptance and change. In my practice, through this careful attention, we will clarify what your specific needs and goals are, identify factors that may stand in their way, and discover how you will move forward. My intention is to develop a mutual understanding of your unique situation that will guide and support you towards enhanced well-being."
(207) 618-5203
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"Careful attention leads to healing, growth, acceptance and change. In my practice, through this careful attention, we will clarify what your specific needs and goals are, identify factors that may stand in their way, and discover how you will move forward. My intention is to develop a mutual understanding of your unique situation that will guide and support you towards enhanced well-being."
Cait Farrell Walk And Talk Counseling, Counselor
Counselor, LCPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Movement in counseling encourages an individual to be more physically active for mental and physical reasons in their own lives. It may help a person get "unstuck" when confronting difficult issues and bring about dramatic shifts in thinking about their lives. Walking side by side surrounded by visual distractions like trees, water and the sun may allow for a more comfortable interaction between the individual and their counselor."
(760) 621-5899
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"Movement in counseling encourages an individual to be more physically active for mental and physical reasons in their own lives. It may help a person get "unstuck" when confronting difficult issues and bring about dramatic shifts in thinking about their lives. Walking side by side surrounded by visual distractions like trees, water and the sun may allow for a more comfortable interaction between the individual and their counselor."

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A therapist in Sebago Lake can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide Sebago Lake depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in Sebago Lake and Sebago Lake depression groups. If you're depressed in Sebago Lake, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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