Jennifer Lunden, LCSW, LADC, is the founder and executive director of the Center for Creative Healing. Known as Lunden to clients, colleagues and friends, she is also an award-winning writer, and in her counseling practice specializes in helping people break through creative blocks and awaken their full selves. Her essay about therapeutic writing, “Salvage, Salvation, Salve: Writing That Heals,” appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of Creative Nonfiction. She is also a Certified Clinical Supervisor.
Our stories are potent forces in our lives. They shape us. They tell us who we are and what is possible for us. In session, Lunden helps her clients explore their struggles and envision new paths, realizing the unique expressiveness of their authentic selves and their capacity for creativity, growth and change. (Read more.)
To reach Lunden, email or call (207) 699-4325.
Morgan Barber, LCSW, has been providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families since 2007. Morgan’s areas of expertise include: relationship discord, intimacy, sexual identity, anxiety and worry, grief and bereavement, spiritual/existential struggles, trauma and abuse histories, end of life issues, depression and feeling stuck, substance abuse, life transitions, and gender issues.
Morgan’s approach is integrative, experiential and collaborative. He provides a compassionate, non-judgmental environment that values an honest exploration of emotional issues while respecting the self-determination of each client to select the focus and depth of their work together. Morgan devotes himself to the task of understanding his clients because he believes genuine change and transformation will only occur after one feels understood. His clients develop perspective, insight, and direction that they can apply to their lives even beyond the initial motive for seeking counseling. (Read more.)
To reach Morgan email or call (207) 747-8076.
Rebecca Conners, LCPC, BC-DMT, believes that the start to any great personal work is creating a strong therapeutic rapport and using that relationship to foster awareness, creativity, and resilience. In addition to more traditional and verbal psychotherapy practices, Rebecca is also trained as a creative arts therapist specializing in dance/movement therapy. While she finds that the arts can deepen the work and empower individuals to gain new awareness and improve their quality of life, she integrates the arts only to the extent to which clients are comfortable.
She helps adults and teenagers work through various challenges including trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, life transitions, family conflict, grief, and more. She also works with parents raising kids with special needs and people struggling with issues related to acculturation.
In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys journaling in coffee shops, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
To reach Rebecca, email or call (207) 245-8479.
Susan Malcolm, LCSW, has been practicing as a clinical social worker since completing her Master’s degree in 1996. She thinks of herself as a consultant, offering a variety of strategies that have helped others make positive changes. She works with people living with anxiety, depression, PTSD, chronic illness, postpartum adjustment, parenting challenges, and drug and alcohol use problems, as well as those overwhelmed by life stress.
A typical session may include working on relaxation or mindfulness skills, identifying and shifting distorted thought patterns, or developing greater understanding of how your brain manages information. All of this occurs in a safe, judgment-free space where you learn that many people have similar experiences, and that there is hope and healing. (Read more.)
To reach Susan email or call (207) 423-5546.
Lucie Scholz, LMSW-CC, has been with the Center for Creative Healing since 2011. She offers counseling to individuals and couples seeking guidance and support during life transitions, and helps people who want to create ways to become less stuck and learn to navigate toward a new, healthier place in their lives.
Lucie believes that the clinical relationship is the foundation from which this work can begin, and that having a safe, consistent, dependable, and meaningful interchange with a counselor is an empowering step towards creating the life we desire for ourselves. Client and clinician work together as a team to explore the client’s unique history and its impact, and to enhance client strengths in order to discover ways to heal and move forward.
Lucie is on leave till fall 2017.
To reach Lucie, email or call (207) 956-2160.
Sandra Sneiderman, LCPC, BC-DMT (Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist), provides therapy for adults, adolescents, children, and families. Sandra is trained in traditional talk therapy, but finds most individuals benefit from incorporating intermodal techniques from the disciplines of dance/movement, art, music, drama, and play therapy, because these methods invite clients to tap into unconscious patterns that live in the body. Sandra provides services for people facing a variety of life challenges, including trauma, PTSD, depression, ADHD, developmental disabilities, life transitions, creative blocks, eating disorders and body image issues, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, and spiritual seeking and awakening.
Sandra creates an authentic connection with each client, supporting them with kindness, presence, and safety. She helps clients break free of feeling stuck in unhealthy patterns by offering a path to a sense of balance and greater self-awareness and self-acceptance. (Read more.)
To reach Sandra email or call (207) 831-6377.