Therapy Services

**Please note, all in person services are currently suspended.**

The following "flex services" are available for your convenience:

Online Therapy

Residents throughout the entire state of Maine can access services via online therapy. 

Not only does this method provide maximum flexibility in terms of time, space and comfort, but allows you to get services when and where you need to whether that's at home, in the office or elsewhere.

Another added bonus: no need to cancel your session during sick or snow days. As long as you have a private space and internet connection, we can meet.

Don't let distance, childcare or a lack of transportation keep you from getting the support you need to feel better.

Walk & Talk

We often find that one's mental status is a direct reflection of their environment. Being outside among open space can lead to clarity and a sense of inner peace, even if only temporarily.

Walk & talk sessions are not only mentally beneficial and fun for those who enjoy the outdoors, but can also be helpful for people who are nervous about therapy or who have a hard time talking about painful experiences. 

For those local to Portland, we can meet at Baxter Park or Back Bay and either walk or just sit outside.

Even though the setting is more casual, you'll still be doing hard work. So in addition to bringing your walking shoes, make sure to grab some tissues and sunglasses just in case. Dogs and babies are welcome to join us on these adventures.

In-Home Visits

Stay right where you are!

For Maine residents living within a 5 mile radius of Portland, therapy can take place in the comfort of your own home or office.

Don't stress about wasting precious time getting to and from our office or figuring out how to maintain your sanity while traveling with a screaming infant.

Forget about doing the dishes or vacuuming the dog hair. No need to prepare. We've all been there...It's really no big deal. Just open your door and your mind.

*Traditional office sessions as well as walk-and-talk services take place in Portland, ME. Some clinicians also see clients for  in-person meetings on Mount Desert Island or South Berwick.*