Mental Health Counseling
MaineHealth counselors provide expert mental health evaluation and treatment services to adults and children. Some work in the same office as your primary care provider so care is convenient for you and your family.
What is mental health counseling?
Mental health counselors are licensed clinicians with special training in conditions such as:
- Depression and anxiety
- Acute and chronic mental illness
- Relationship, couples and family problems
- Family crises, including separation, divorce or death
- Sexual or physical abuse
- Addiction/substance abuse
- Post-traumatic stress disorder and recovery from catastrophic events
- Loss and declining health that come with aging
- Assessments, evaluations, screening and diagnosis
- Case management
- Crisis management
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Substance abuse treatment
- Education and community resources
Refugee & Immigrant Mental Health Services
Our Refugee and Immigrant Counseling and Case Management (RICCM) program works with children, youth, adults and families who have emigrated to the United States. People may have experienced emotional and behavioral challenges and problems for a variety of reasons. They may be having difficulties due to transitions, trauma, and making adjustments to a new culture and new life. The RICCM program offers traditional counseling and case management services, as well as specialized support groups for new Americans. Interpreters are used to work with clients who speak languages not represented by our staff. For more information, please call 844-292-0111.