During Patty Cumler-Bryant’s 25 years as a psychotherapist, she has consistently committed time and energy to her own growth and professional development, accumulating along the way an abundance of therapeutic tools and experience. About half of Patty’s practice is generalist, working with people of all circumstances seeking healing, balance and growth. One of Patty’s areas of focus in recent years has been the physiological effects of trauma as well as trauma’s manifestations in the mind and spirit.
Linda Sadoff, LCSW, JD, is a licensed clinical psychotherapist for individual adults, couples, and families. In addition to master’s level professional training, her psychotherapeutic style has been influenced by advanced training with the Tavistock Centre for Couples Relationships in London, England, and the Relationship Recovery Institute.
Katrine Scholl is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker trained at the University of Connecticut. She has been a practicing psychotherapist in the Hallowell area and at Bates College for over twenty years. Young adults are of special interest to her, as are EMDR, trauma recovery, and couples work, both for heterogeneous and same-sex relationships.
Terri Hewett Reiter is a licensed clinical social worker and licensed alcohol and drug counselor. Her practice extends to individuals, couples, families, and teens. She has over ten years’ experience helping individuals and families in crisis or life transitions such as divorce, blended or blending families, bereavement, and transforming traumatic experiences. Terri appreciates the opportunity to work with dyads, triads, or whatever constellation of people can be helpful in assisting individuals to understand that conflict is inevitable, conflict is important for growth, and conflict can and needs to be safely expressed and transformed for lasting and meaningful connection.
Kim Nixon offers a traditional Hatha Yoga class, integrating styles from a variety of yoga traditions. Class emphasis is on breath-linked movement, body alignment, creating body awareness, and learning to “listen to your body.” A typical class may incorporate meditation, pranayama (breath techniques), gentle movement, and both standing and seated postures.
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Carrie Lehouillier is a Licensed Massage Therapist and a member of the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals. She attended the Downeast School of Massage in Waldoboro, Maine, focusing on Swedish Massage Therapy and Mind/Body Therapies. She has been practicing locally for the past eight years, offering therapeutic and hot stone massage. Carrie uses many different essential oils and healing salves in her treatments, tailoring her techniques to her clients’ needs. She has engaged in courses on myofascial and assisted stretching techniques, as well as many holistic health classes.
Nancy’s classes emphasize precision and alignment in postures. She encourages and assists with making use of various props such as blankets, blocks, straps, pillows, and bolsters in order to assist students in attaining proper alignment. Nancy’s teaching style appeals to intermediate or advanced yogis who want to work on their alignment, but all levels are welcome. Join Nancy for her evening classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays or her morning classes on Fridays and Saturdays. Drop ins welcome.