Anxiety Therapists in Eliot, ME

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M Piper Allison
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
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I work with trauma and domestic violence survivors, people with anxiety , depression, and those who are struggling with grief or adjustment.
My work centers on helping people to uncover and re-shape their psychic barriers. Finding peace and fulfillment happens through gentle, non-judging dialog between you, me, and the parts of you that are impacting on your emotional comfort. I always discover great beauty and strength in the people I treat, and this is sometimes unknown to those who posses it. Being guided in discovering one's own goodness and awesome capacity helps to restore balance, manage emotional response and support your desired change.
(207) 618-9987
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Eliot, ME 03903
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Tracy Hutch
Counselor, LCPC
Verified
Verified
Does anxiety , depression,fear or anger get in the way of you having the type of life that you want? Do you find yourself wanting to move forward in your life, but your not sure what steps to take. It would be my pleasure to help you to make positive changes in your life that will lead to you feeling more fulfilled.
(207) 518-7836
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Eliot, ME 03903
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Diane Lambert
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I have 30+ years of experience providing counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and groups. I offer effective tools for managing anxiety and depression, and I have extensive experience helping families with substance abuse, separation/divorce issues and co-parenting, codependency, and self esteem issues. I provide compassionate and empowering assistance to those in pain. With children, I have much experience treating ADHD, social anxiety , and behavioral issues. My current group focuses on Women's Codependency recovery issues. I also have expertise in gender identity issues and work with the LGBTQ+ community.
(207) 358-6257
Eliot, ME 03903
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Barbara Nesbitt
Counselor, LCMHC
Verified
Verified
My experience has led me to work with many different issues, including families , adolescents, parenting, depression and anxiety .
Hi and welcome! I am a seasoned clinician with 35 years of experience in working with adolescents, families, and adults. In our work together, we will take a closer look into your habitual patterns that may be causing discomfort in your life and relationships. I am committed to helping clients create honest, respectful communication that brings conflict resolution. Finally, as a certified yoga instructor, I am able to weave in yoga practices, mindfulness, and meditation techniques to improve your overall sense of well being. I look forward to hearing from you and joining you on the journey!
(207) 204-3470
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Eliot, ME 03903
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Ronald P Ceppetelli
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyaD, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
As a psychoanalyst and psycho-dynamic psychotherapist I offer short- and long-term therapy for a wide range of life challenges including relationships, job stress, anxiety , depression, addictions, serious illness, older adult challenges, life transitions, and working with difficult people. I work in an inclusive clinical setting where people of all life circumstances are welcome. This includes individuals, couples, family and groups who want to attain a better quality of life: Reduce anxiety and lift depression Stop destructive patterns and repetitions. Create new ideas and insights Promote communication and effective relationships
(833) 983-5364
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Eliot, ME 03903
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Tom Dinsmore
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
My interests lie in the area of anxiety , depression, and trauma. I work with children, adolescents, and adults. I also have experience treating anger and problematic behavioral challenges. I specialize in the use of cognitive behavioral interventions and will use alternative interventions when appropriate. I offer appointment times throughout the day including early morning and early evening times. I look forward to hearing from you and how I may be of help to you. If you contact me and I do not respond it is only because my schedule is completely full, and I have no available appointment times to offer. Respectfully, Tom
(207) 618-6596
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Eliot, ME 03903
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Tyler Huffaker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Are you struggling with anxiety , depression and confusion and are hoping for a better tomorrow? Life happens leaving us overwhelmed, confused and alone. When this occurs we look to others for help and at times we seek out an unbiased professional to help in the healing process. I have worked in many places throughout the United States and have treated many people regardless of age who are suffering because of difficult and or traumatic life experience. I have worked with military veterans, adolescents, professionals and individuals who have been severely traumatized and marginalized.
(435) 580-4297
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Eliot, ME 03903
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Brain Training Center of New England
MEd, BCN
For the past 35 years I have worked in the field of counseling, education, and in the field of disability. It has been my fervent hope to find a therapeutic approach to neurological problems. When I encountered The field of brain training, also called neurofeedback, I knew I had found my life work. Since 2009 I have been providing a natural and non-invasive treatment for conditions that cover the gamut. ADD, ADHD, anxiety , depression, seizure disorder, brain injury, trauma, accident, stroke, developmental differences, sleep disorder, headache, chronic fatigue, and tics as well as OCD.
(603) 392-7757
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Ally Denault
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Verified
At times life can feel overwhelming, stressful, & emotions can seem difficult to manage. Burdens of life transitions, social challenges, self-esteem, anxiety & depression often impact navigating day-to-day life. I specialize in working with teenagers (high school age & up) and young adults through addressing these challenges. I have experience working with anxiety , depression, behavioral issues, adjustment problems, & school-related challenges. In working together as a team we will explore and address barriers to promote healing, growth, and balance. I am available to see high school age teenagers & older.
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Pauliina Pope
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I work with women and couples to navigate the many challenges and transitions we face throughout our lives. I specialize in pregnancy and postpartum issues; including perinatal anxiety and depression; grief and loss; trauma; and the many stressors around growing our families. Unexpected difficulties can change the way we feel about ourselves and our relationships, and leave us feeling alone, overwhelmed and anxious. Working together, we can find our way through, to understand ourselves more deeply, reconnect with the people we love, and create a better way forward.
(207) 742-7271
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Erin Houlihan Latulippe
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Do you feel overwhelmed and frustrated trying to juggle the demands of family, work and relationships? Do you lack confidence and a sense of meaningful purpose in your life? I work with people to relieve stress, boost confidence, achieve clarity, and find fulfillment in their lives. Through counseling, mindful awareness, behavioral modifications, and lifestyle changes, you will begin to reclaim balance, peace and joy in your life.
(207) 223-7702
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Amanda deWildt
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
If you are a first responder or work in a high stress job that is affecting your personal or family life there is help to manage those symptoms and situations in order to enjoy life again. If you are diagnosed with PTSD there are ways to help manage and cope with those symptoms. It is my goal to help individuals and families reduce conflict, improve communication, and develop healthier relationships.
(603) 941-4338
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Eliot, ME 03903
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Avantika K. Waleryszak
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified
Verified
You have the right to be seen and recognized in your grief and not judged. You deserve to have a safe space to share your innermost thoughts and feelings with a trusted partner. You are capable of deep healing, with the ability to live a life that is congruent with your integrity and values. You deserve a break, with time to breathe and deeply care for yourself. Your life, your thoughts and your feelings matter. Whatever challenges you are confronting right now, please know that there is a safe space to explore, learn and grow.
(855) 622-5505
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Christopher W Griffith
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Some of the most common issues I treat are: depression, anxiety , relationship difficulties, Autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, personality disorders, and major life changes/transitions.
I view psychotherapy as a collaboration aimed at fostering greater self understanding while working toward personal change and symptom reduction. I strive to help my patients reach greater fulfillment in their lives by fostering understanding of the interpersonal patterns and unresolved personal, life and/or relationship issues that contribute to the challenges they face.
(603) 294-1703
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Kittery, ME 03904
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Toni Bennett
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
Verified
Verified
I have two offices which are professional yet homelike settings. They each have 3-5 stairs. I practice with an eclectic style but do utilize EMDR, CBT and DBT. I draw on clients strengths and empower the client to utilize their present skills. I specialize in trauma and substance abuse and also depression and anxiety etc. I am a co-occurring therapist. The goal is to improve self esteem and self worth and focus on the goals and objectives of the client. The initial visit is a time for the client to share their hopes and aspirations and create a plan that is challenging but attainable. The client will always feel supported.
(207) 560-0905
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Kittery, ME 03904
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Richard Connelly
Counselor, LCPC, CADC, MS
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Feeling overwhelmed? Fearful? Life brings many challenges. Sometimes we hurt the ones we love the most. Sometimes, things are done to us that damage us for a long time. Things that are hard to face, but won't go away. All to often, we get busy, build up walls, become isolated, and sometimes can't find our way back without help. Faith-based counseling can help individuals and couples find their way back to their former selves, make change and repair relationships, restoring our joy and peace. Professional and compassionate counseling can help traumatized clients begin to heal again.
(207) 747-3618
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Kittery, ME 03904
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Shelley Drake
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified
Verified
When life finds you in rough waters there is no reason to paddle alone. I work with individuals and families to help get through tough times. Mood, health, and stressors can be chronic, temporary or both. There are ways to work through difficult circumstances without feeling like a sinking ship.
(603) 389-6457
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Kittery, ME 03904
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Clare Righini
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Everything changes, but the feeling of change. It can be hard to find the way on your own. Everyone can use a little extra support now and then. Especially if you have recently gone through a significant change in your life or you are anticipating one. By successfully working through these changes, you will not only find your way, but you will gain coping skills for future change.
(207) 560-0152
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Kittery, ME 03904
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Wendy Hoge LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
I have worked with a wide variety of clients for over 25 years. I value the diversity of experience they bring to me and always place the cleint's own goals at the center of the therapy relationship. My practice is client centered and I act as the guide and collaborator in their journey. I also am trained in Conflict Resolution/Divorce Mediation as a viable alternative to costly litigated divorce.
(207) 420-2231
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York, ME 03909
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Winter Robinson
Licensed Professional Counselor, MEd
Verified
Verified
My ideal client is a seeker, someone who is working on themselves to become more self-aware, or perhaps trying to understand the craziness of the world. They may be experiencing "spiritual emergencies," NDE's, having out of body experiences or psychic episodes. Most of their issues go beyond day to day problems. They may also have the desire to find the "root" cause of their health problems, and/or attempting to heal/bring their body into balance.
(207) 222-7479
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Kittery, ME 03904
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Anxiety Therapists

What are the most common treatments for anxiety?

Talk therapy, particularly cognitive behavioral therapy, is the most common treatment for anxiety. Studies have shown it is equally effective as medication. Other popular forms of therapy are popular, depending on a patient’s experience. Exposure therapy, for instance, can be useful for people dealing with fears and phobias, or who have experienced traumatic events. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy may be useful for patients who need help with emotion regulation. Anxiolytic medications, like benzodiazepines, can also help with calming a person enough to focus on the skills they’ve learned, and physical exercise has been shown to help symptoms of anxiety across the board.

How long does therapy for anxiety take to work?

The amount of time needed to alleviate symptoms depends on the severity of a person’s condition. Some therapies may take 5-20 weekly sessions to show results. Anti-depressant medications typically take two to four weeks before a benefit is felt. Anti-anxiety medications are felt typically within 20-30 minutes. Medications are best used to offer a patient a better headspace in which to work on techniques learned in therapy. Exercise, improved sleep habits, and meditation are effective, but takes weeks or months to show results.

When should I seek treatment for anxiety?

Everyone feels anxious at times, but when anxiety causes disruption to your daily life, it may be time to seek help. Such disruption can be mental, physical, or both: having fear dominate your thoughts, avoiding situations or objects that bring on feelings of anxiety, or experiencing shortness of breath, sweating, dizziness, or panic attacks. When these symptoms are recurrent and distressing, it may be time to talk to someone.

How effective is treatment for anxiety?

Treatment for anxiety has been shown to be moderately to highly effective, according to a large body of psychology studies and analyses. For some people, treatment using CBT or exposure therapy alone is effective. Others respond best to a combination of medication and therapy.