Mental Health Therapists and Counselors in Maine

Mental Health Crisis Response in Maine

If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide, or just need someone to talk to, contact the Maine Crisis Hotline at 1-888-568-1112. You may also find a list of local resources, and reach out to the one nearest you by visiting Suicide.org. Alternatively, you can call the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). This line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The State of Mental Health in Maine

Maine currently ranks 18th in the United States for mental healthcare.The State of Maine Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) is responsible for improving upon their current system, and for providing the resources necessary to build resilience in their communities. OBH, formerly known as the Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services, is working on improving accessibility in all phases of mental illness, from prevention, to treatment and recovery. OBH ensures that all residents have access to the resources that promote their well-being and ability to prosper. This includes access to therapists, psychologists, and counselors throughout the state.

You can find a seasoned specialist who can work with you through a wide array of mental health concerns, including but not limited to: drug abuse, thoughts of suicide, and severe or persistent mental illness. With their population health approach, the state of Maine aims to help communities beyond overcoming their systems. They recognize that, in order to have a good quality of life, an individual must have dignity, hope, and a sense of purpose or meaning. OBH has joined forces with various agencies, community resources, and providers to create an ease of accessibility for individuals who struggle with mental illness. For example, if you’re struggling with homelessness and substance abuse, the Department of Human Services will be equipped with the referrals to get you help with both concerns.  These agencies come together to execute an effective public policy surrounding mental health issues.

For assistance in navigating treatment for substance abuse in Maine, call 211Maine  by dialing 2-1-1.

If you are LGBTQ+ and you need support, contact The Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386.

NAMI Maine

The National Alliance for Mental Illness, or NAMI, is open to anyone struggling with mental illness. NAMI is an inclusive and community-based resource geared towards raising awareness and supporting group members on their journey to recovery. With group counseling sessions led by a trained member with a diagnosis (past or present), meetings follow a set of 12 principles for support. NAMI meetings are meant to complement your existing treatment plan with your counselor or psychologist. There are many chapters of NAMI that meet in Maine, including virtual meet-ups. Find yours here. 

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Therapists and Counselors in Maine

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Picture of Katie Aguayo, therapist in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire
Katie Aguayo
Together, we will:

work through your worries, fears, and pains. I will help you navigate your anxiety, depression, and family and relationship problems.


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Picture of Katie Aguayo, therapist in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire
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Together, we will:

work through your worries, fears, and pains. I will help you navigate your anxiety, depression, and family and relationship problems.

Something to know about my approach is:

I believe in the importance of a trusting therapeutic relationship and in practicing cultural humility. I will work on building trust with you first and foremost before expecting you to open up.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • College Students
  • family conflict
  • Family of Origin
  • Family/relationship issues
  • Family relationships and codependency
  • Generalized Anxiety
  • Life Transitions
  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • School issues
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Katie Aguayo remote and phone therapy in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire
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Jeffrey Brandler
Together, we will:

The goal is to help you to make the changes to improve the quality of your life. change is possible!


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Picture of Jeffrey Brandler, therapist in Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania
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Together, we will:

The goal is to help you to make the changes to improve the quality of your life. change is possible!

Something to know about my approach is:

We will address the problem, but most importantly we will discuss how to make change happen! Therapy is about finding the right approach for each person.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Addiction Counseling
  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Alcohol and Drug Use
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Insomnia and Sleep Problems
  • Lack of energy
  • Panic Disorders
  • Stress Management
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Jeffrey Brandler remote and phone therapy in Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania
Picture of Jack Krieger, therapist in Augusta, Kansas, Maine, Pennsylvania, South Dakota
Jack Krieger
Together, we will:

Identify your goals for therapy, explore what brings you in, and work on tangible and real solutions to improve your daily life and wellbeing.


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Picture of Jack Krieger, therapist in Augusta, Kansas, Maine, Pennsylvania, South Dakota
VIEW PROFILE
Together, we will:

Identify your goals for therapy, explore what brings you in, and work on tangible and real solutions to improve your daily life and wellbeing.

Something to know about my approach is:

I approach therapy from a strengths-based, trauma-informed framework where you are the expert in your own life. With kids, I use a lot of play and art to support them in expressing themselves.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral & Emotional Issues
  • Death / Loss / Grief
  • Depression
  • Trauma/PTSD
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Jack Krieger remote and phone therapy in Augusta, Kansas, Maine, Pennsylvania, South Dakota
Picture of Cheryl Cantrell, therapist in Colorado, Delaware, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, South Carolina, Vermont, Wyoming
Cheryl Cantrell
Together, we will:

Come up with goals that meet your needs. I will assist you in processing your thoughts and give feedback as desired.


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Picture of Cheryl Cantrell, therapist in Colorado, Delaware, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, South Carolina, Vermont, Wyoming
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Together, we will:

Come up with goals that meet your needs. I will assist you in processing your thoughts and give feedback as desired.

Something to know about my approach is:

Overall, I am a person centered therapist. I’m eclectic in the techniques I use. Solution -Focused, CBT, Mindfulness, and DBT are just a few.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depressive Disorders
  • LGBTQ+ Concerns
  • Paranoia
  • Polyamory
  • Relationship issues
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Cheryl Cantrell remote and phone therapy in Colorado, Delaware, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, South Carolina, Vermont, Wyoming
Picture of Michaelyn Morgan, therapist in Kansas, Maine, Pennsylvania, South Dakota,
Michaelyn Morgan
Together, we will:

The counseling process my clients engage in is collaborative, meaning we are constantly working together towards the same goal. Everything my clients and I do is meant to be applied to real life, which means “homework” is important.


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Picture of Michaelyn Morgan, therapist in Kansas, Maine, Pennsylvania, South Dakota,
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Together, we will:

The counseling process my clients engage in is collaborative, meaning we are constantly working together towards the same goal. Everything my clients and I do is meant to be applied to real life, which means “homework” is important.

Something to know about my approach is:

My clients and I focus on harnessing existing strengths; working on self-made goals; increasing self-awareness; controlling thoughts, behaviors, and emotions; and practicing mindfulness, gratitude, and presence.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Adoption
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral Issues
  • Cutting and Self Harm
  • Depression
  • Divorce and Separation
  • Mindfulness
  • Peer Relationships
  • Self-Esteem
  • Social Skills
  • Stress
  • Teens
  • Trauma/PTSD
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Michaelyn Morgan remote and phone therapy in Kansas, Maine, Pennsylvania, South Dakota,