Jayne Boulos, Psy.D.
Dr. Boulos has been practicing school psychology in Maine for over 18 years. A Licensed Psychologist, Dr. Boulos is also a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. She specializes in psychological evaluations of young children and adolescents with suspected difficulties in learning, development, and behavioral and emotional regulation, specifically the assessment of autism spectrum disorders, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorders, and learning disabilities. Dr. Boulos is also interested in the impact of stressful events and exposure to traumatic experience on child development and adjustment. Dr. Boulos contracts with school districts and continues to teach graduate students enrolled in the school psychology program at the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Boulos earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Education and Doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Boulos enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her family.
Contact: Jayne.Boulos@gmail.com or 207-671-7361
Ron Breazeale, Ph.D.
Ron Breazeale, Ph.D. is a Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years of experience in the fields of mental health and alcohol and drug abuse treatment. He is the author of Reaching Home: a Novel about Conquering Fear, CrisisTapes: A Self-Paced Learning Program in Crisis Intervention, The Maine Guide to Relaxation and Stress Management, and numerous other papers. Dr. Breazeale’s clinical orientation is primarily cognitive behavioral. For additional information: BuildingResilience.com
Contact: 207-773-7993 ext. 25
Jeremy Brown, LCSW
Jeremy Brown is a licensed clinical social worker. His clinical experience is primarily in working with children, adolescents, families as well as adults with intellectual disabilities. Jeremy’s practice is person-centered and aims to provide support in developing a range of social and executive functioning skills to better manage anxiety, traumatic triggers, grief, and depression. Additionally, he brings a passion for rights advocacy, positive behavioral support interventions, men’s issues, and community integration.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-233-7424
Loren Bush, Psy.D.
Loren Bush, Psy.D. received his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University New England. Dr. Bush has experience working with children, families, adolescents and adults presenting with a multitude of clinical issues. He provides individual, and family therapy in the private sector. Dr. Bush values the collaborative nature of therapy and utilizes a wide range of treatment approaches to best meet the needs of each client. Additionally, Dr. Bush has a professional interest in Sport and Performance Psychology, where he enjoys working with individuals in efforts to enhance personal performance by fostering the mental skills necessary for optimal success.
Art DiMauro, Ed.D., LCSW
Art DiMauro, Ed.D., LCSW has worked in human services for over 40 years with a special interest in families and individuals of all ages dealing with life problems, particularly families dealing with the struggles of adolescence, dysfunctional young children, adults dealing with grief, depression, anxiety and panic, and couples facing problems in their relationship. Art approaches his work with an emphasis on the client’s strengths and experiences, careful planning and rational decision making.
Contact: email@example.com or 207-773-7993, ext 24
Margery I. Goldberg, L.C.S.W.
Margery I. Goldberg, L.C.S.W. has 28 years of experience working with adults, teenagers, and couples. She provides a safe and heart-centered environment for people to explore whatever interferes with their ability to live the life that they want to live. Her experience covers a wide range of issues including relationships, parenting, adoption, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, chronic pain, and grief. Her approach is eclectic including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, Experiential, Relational, Interpersonal, Family, Humanistic and Complementary therapies.
Contact: 207 773-7993 ext 42
Carolyn Holbrook, LCSW, LADC
Carolyn Holbrook, LCSW, LADC has worked with many adolescents, adults, and families who are trying to outgrow hurtful beliefs and patterns of behavior, helping them to find their personal roads to recovery and healing. Her therapy most often centers on co-occurring issues. She is well experienced in trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, mood disorders, substance abuse and, as she likes to call it, “Recovery from Life Issues”. Carolyn’s approach is natural and humanistic, drawn from years of study, a style created for self-exploration and comfort.
Contact: 207-773-7993, ext. 23
Alisia Ives, MS, LCPC
Alisia Ives meets with adults in an awareness-based and solution-oriented way. Focus is on empowering you. Clients come in motivated to make a positive difference in their lives and often do proactive study on their own such as reading, observing and noting interactions with others and their feelings. Living in alignment with your values is important for confidence. Facing fears often key. Alisia has a Commmunications undergrad from U of DE and a counseling degree from USM.
Annmarie Mica, Psy.D., LMHC
Annmarie Mica, Psy.D. is a devoted down-to-earth psychotherapist who enjoys working together with children, adolescents, adults, and couples to help them live happier and more fulfilling lives. She uses a blend of Positive Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness and Relaxation techniques, Solution Focused Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and Play Therapy to help you overcome obstacles (big or small), improve mood, lower anxiety and stress, better live your day-to-day life when you feel sick, and guide you towards the life you want to live.
A new and proud resident of Maine, Dr. Mica recently transferred her outpatient practice here, where she holds an office in the Back Cove area of Portland and offers therapy outdoors in the greater Portland area. She received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from William James College in 2011, and has a decade of experience working with folks with a variety of concerns across different clinical settings.
An outdoor enthusiast herself, Dr. Mice is happy to encourage meeting outside for therapy, a great option for folks who prefer to be outside or who are open to the idea. Please check out her website for more info on therapy outdoors and feel free to ask her questions.
Quynn Morehouse, Psy.D.
Quynn Morehouse, Psy.D., received her doctoral degree from Antioch University New England in 2010. She provides individual therapy to adolescents and adults. Her therapeutic approach strongly emphasizes the importance of an empathic, warm, non-judgmental, positive stance towards her clients. She believes that no one approach or technique works for everyone, rather an individualized treatment approach made in collaboration with her clients is best. Specifically, Dr. Morehouse’s eclectic approach draws from Rogerian, narrative, solution focused, interpersonal, cognitive behavioral (CBT), as well as motivational interviewing strategies. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, running with her golden retriever, and snowboarding.
Julien T. Perille, Psy.D.
Julien T. Perille, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist who works with a broad range of clients ranging from adolescents to older adults, and specializes in anxiety based disorders. Dr. Perille draws from a client centered and interpersonal approach to therapy, and uses empirically validated treatments to help guide interventions. He emphasizes a collaborative approach, working with clients to establish realistic goals and assisting them in moving towards the change they seek. In addition, Dr. Perille has experience with behavioral medicine including clinical hypnosis to treat stress-related illnesses and assist individuals in changing behaviors. Dr. Perille provides treatment in English, French and Spanish.
David Prichard, Ph.D., LCPC, LADC
David Prichard, Ph.D. has over 30 years of clinical practice, supervision and teaching experience in Virginia and Maine. He works with individuals and couples struggling with anxiety, including panic attacks and agoraphobia. He meets with clients in the office, the community and in their homes. He utilizes play therapy with children and believes that movement is sometimes beneficial in therapy; he will at times engage in sessions while ‘taking a walk’ with clients.
He works with couples where he draw from Compassionate Communication, Imago Therapy, and Gottman’s principles for maintaining and nurturing meaningful relationships. He provides individual and group clinical supervision. He has co-facilitated a weekly ‘Courageous Men’ support group for the past 8 years.
In addition to his clinical practice, he is a Professor of Social Work at the University of New England, where he has taught and trained graduate social workers for 25 years. He is an adjunct faculty in psychiatry with Tufts University, where he provides clinical supervision to Child Psychiatry Fellows in a Clinical Training Didactic at Maine Medical Center. He has published and presented nationally and internationally on trauma, secondary trauma, diagnostics and assessment, and group work.
He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org as well as (207) 272-8841, where you may connect with him by voice, voicemail and/or text.
Carly Rodgers, Ph.D.
Carly Rodgers, Ph.D. is a clinical psychology postdoctoral fellow who works with clients ranging in age from early
adolescence through adulthood. Dr. Rodgers specializes in conducting psychological assessments, psychoeducational evaluations, and neuropsychological evaluations of adolescents and adults with suspected difficulties in learning and development, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities, depression, and anxiety disorders. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, biking, kayaking, photography, and hiking.
Contact by phone: 207-554-7906 or Email: email@example.com
William Sandberg, Ph.D.
William Sandberg, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and candidate in adult psychoanalysis who works with clients ranging in age from mid-adolescence through adulthood. His areas of specialty include treating depression, anxiety, and panic disorder. Dr. Sandberg uses a contemporary psychoanalytic approach to treatment combined with more directive interventions when appropriate. He provides individual psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, conducts psychoeducational evaluations, and consults with college or college bound students on learning disability issues and concerns.
Contact: 207-773-7993, ext. 12
Jim Weaver, Ph.D.
Jim Weaver, Ph.D. is a licensed Psychologist with over 30 years experience assisting adults, adolescents, couples and families with life, work and relationship issues. His approach is eclectic, drawing on numerous models with strong emphasis on humanistic theories, integrating the best of these into a flexible, effective approach designed to meet each person’s needs. He emphasizes what is happening for the client in the here and now to achieve new understandings and a regeneration of energy, purpose and enjoyment.
Contact: drjimweaver.com or 207-773-7993, ext. 22
Ellen Zimmerman, LCSW
Ellen Zimmerman, LCSW is a psychotherapist with extensive experience in the mental health fields, working with children, adults, the geriatric population and in consultation with healthcare providers and institutions. Her practice addresses a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, adjustment to stressful life and relationship circumstances, parent coaching, chronic illness and caregiver issues, helping clients to change behaviors that are not working for them, and grief issues. Her collaborative approach emphasizes the client’s strengths and mindfulness, working with clients to develop tools to improve their moods. Modalities include CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and DBT skills, mindfulness and stress reduction strategies, behavioral change skills, parent coaching, and an empathetic , solution-focused approach.
Contact: 207-773-7993, ext. 33