David Prichard 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.