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  • 28 Sep 2020 10:56 AM | Anonymous

    Want to escape your home to a quiet work space? If you are in the greater Hampden/Bangor/Brewer/Hermon/Winterport area, there is a newly renovated large unfurnished office space available immediately upstairs at 108 C Main Road South ($575 per month). Includes use of large lovely furnished waiting room (that can serve as a room for group events), kitchen, bath, laundry facilities. Must be willing to share waiting room, kitchen, and bathroom space with other professionals and their clients. Subletting fee includes wifi/TV, supplies, name sign, free parking, snow removal, mail, monthly cleaning, microwave, coffee pot, refrigerator and more. Furnishing of office available, if desired, for additional monthly fee. If interested, call Dr. Diana Prescott at (207) 862-3370.

  • 28 Sep 2020 10:52 AM | Anonymous

    For those in the greater Hampden/Bangor/Brewer/Hermon/Winterport area who might be looking for a quiet place to work or see clients, there is availability right now on Tuesday and Saturday and Sunday in our A office space. For $50 a day, the entire office is set up for you, and you need not be concerned about providing supplies, plowing snow, cleaning, or even getting the mail. Office has a separate waiting room and bathroom. If interested, please contact Dr. Diana Prescott at 207-862-3370 or dlprescottphd@gmail.com

  • 17 Aug 2020 9:43 AM | Anonymous

    Bayside Psychology is expanding. We are looking for dedicated, competent, results-oriented psychologists who are licensed or license-eligible in Maine. Tap into our strong referral base and let us handle all of the billing, the scheduling, and the marketing as we meet the growing needs of the Portland-area community.

    Become a member of the team and focus on what you do best: working with clients.

    We are currently working in a telehealth-only modality, and look forward to resuming in-person therapy when circumstances allow.

    Bayside Psychology is looking for psychologists who bring expertise in depression, anxiety, and anger management. We also seek specialists for couples and families, and the capacity to work with children is a strong plus.

    At Bayside Psychology, we think good therapy comes from scientifically-backed treatment, a focus on the individual, and a real-world, personal approach to solving problems and making change. We strive to provide treatment that is goal-driven, and we value openness, frankness, regard, transparency, practical sensibility, warmth, and humor as the cornerstones of successful therapy.

    Requirements: Active and Unrestricted Maine License required (we will assist strong candidates in the licensing process, if needed); Professional Liability Insurance required.

    Experience: Clinical Psychologist (PhD or PsyD). Successful outcomes providing therapy to adults, couples, adolescents, and/or children.

    Benefits: Part-Time contract psychologists (15 hpw) could earn $40,000+/year. Full-Time contract psychologists (35+ hpw) could earn $90,000+/year.

    - Established, active referral base

    - 4 weeks time off

    - Flexible schedule

    - No on-call

    - Very supportive clinical and administrative team

    Visit us at www.baysidepsych.com

  • 12 Aug 2020 9:06 AM | Anonymous

    Please join us for a series of webinars exploring topics in Clinical Psychopharmacology. Our featured speaker is Dr. Judith Steinman, PhD. As past-President of APA Division 55 and Program Director for the nation’s first Postdoctoral Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology, Dr. Steinman will share with you her experience in the field and the importance of prescriptive authority for improved behavioral mental health access.

    Monday | Aug 17 | 4:00 PM PT • Ethnic and Cultural Disparities in Pharmacotherapy for Mental Health Disorders

    Factors such as ethnicity, gender, age, skin color and have a substantial impact on how patients respond to behavioral therapy and pharmacotherapy. Influences from cultural perceptions to differences in liver enzyme polymorphisms can assist Prescribing Psychologists in determining optimal medication choices or when behavioral therapy may be more suitable than pharmacotherapy. Attendees will gain an understanding of the complex cultural and genetic factors that affect medication response.

    Wednesday | Sep 16 | 4:00 PM PT • New Horizons - Clinical Psychopharmacology as a Recognized APA Specialty and Moving Towards Board Certification

    On August 8, 2020, the American Society for the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy (ASAP) was recognized as a Specialty by the American Psychological Association (APA) Council of Representatives. This historic accomplishment sets the stage for Clinical Psychopharmacologists who are licensed to prescribe to become board certified. Academic and experiential pathways to becoming a Prescribing Clinical Psychopharmacologist will be discussed.

    Monday | Oct 19 | 4:00 PM PT • Neuroscience and Psychopharmacology in the Era of COVID19

    The pace at which the health and financial consequences of COVID19 have pervaded society has left us in an overwhelming state of stress. Science and medicine have generated theories that normally are tested over time, but the precipitous climb of mortality and morbidity left us scrambling for answers and hanging our hopes on treatments that ultimately proved ineffective or in some cases hazardous. This presentation will parse out the scientific facts from theory regarding neurological sequelae of COVID19 exposure and how medications prescribed for mental health conditions may interact with treatments used for COVID19.


    For more information contact Marjorie Boidy • Assoc. Director of Online Admissions marjorie.boidy@alliant.edu | 858-635-4749

  • 05 Jun 2020 1:07 PM | Anonymous

    A well established (est. 1984) ) Portland group practice with a
    specialty in sex and couples therapy and an established referral base is
    seeking a new owner/director. The practice is currently a sole
    proprietorship with the current owner/director wishing to enter
    semi-retirement.  The asking price for the practice is $1.00 but is

    There are 4 practitioners in a well maintained,  beautiful, contemporary
    professional building in a location convenient to the Maine Pike and Rt
    295 (Near Northgate, NOT Old Port). Ample free parking for staff and

    The Practice is also seeking a replacement for one of our clinicians who has decided to practice from his home. Call or write:

    Ron Feintech, PhD
    The Couples Center
    222 Auburn st, ste 201
    Portland, ME 04103

  • 30 Apr 2020 12:28 PM | Anonymous

    Desirable Class A office space on US Route One in Falmouth with easy access to Route 295 & 95.  A small well-established Integrative Medical Practice welcomes providers who want to build a heart-based conscious community within the space.The suite includes waiting room w/ adjacent French door, kitchen and admin area. Rooms are spacious & sunny with windows that open to fresh air. Office is 140 square feet (12 ft X 12 ft) with a coat alcove that is 11 sq ft. A second room is also available. The building Is ADA compliant (elevator, ramp) with ample parking. Available for occupancy MAY 1. Post stay-at-home timeline reasonable. Please reach out to meet me and learn more, 781-7880.

  • 24 Mar 2020 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    Northern Light Acadia Hospital has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Psychologist to join our team in Bangor, Maine 


    • Perform psychological testing 

    • Serve as a clinical resource to our interdisciplinary care teams. 

    • Provide group psychotherapy to adult and adolescent patients on our inpatient psychiatric units.  

    • This role reports directly to the Director of Psychology Services 


    • Be well-trained in all aspects of the practice of psychology.  

    • Clinical skills should be relevant to the client population served (e.g., adult, children, adolescents, persons with chemical dependency problems) 

    • A high level of analytical skill and ability to structure time independently is required.  

    • Qualified candidates must have a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Psychology 

    • Must be licensed or license eligible to practice psychology in Maine. 

    Why Northern Light Acadia Hospital? 

    • Robust Compensation and Benefits Package 
    • Student Loan Reimbursement Programs 
    • Relocation Reimbursement 
    • Sign on Bonus 
    • Flexible Schedules and Exceptional Work/Life Balance 
    • Generous PTO benefits 
    • Leadership and Teaching Opportunities 
    • Stipends Available for Certain Board Certifications 
    Northern Light Acadia Hospitallocated in Bangor, Maine is an acute care, regional psychiatric teaching hospital.  Acadia Hospital is the “hub” of a comprehensive behavioral health service line within Northern Light Health that serves communities throughout the stateWe provide inpatient and outpatient behavioral health care for children, teens, and adults while specializing in the treatment of mental illness and substance use disorders. In addition, we offer innovative programming in the form of behavioral health home, integrated behavioral healthcare in primary care practicesgeneral hospital psychiatry, and an extensive telepsychiatry network.  

    Bangor, Maine is a vibrant small city with easy access to Maine's spectacular coast, mountains, and lakes. Schools rank among New England's best and our surrounding communities are family-oriented.  Nearby Universities including the University of Maine’s flagship campus being located in the neighboring town of Orono, offer opportunity for career, culture, education, sports and entertainment. Bangor serves as the regional hub for medicine, the arts, and commerce. Bangor International Airport offers direct and one-stop service to most major destinations.  

    If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact: 

    Kelsey Anderson, LCSW, Provider Recruiter  

    Phone: 207.973.5358 

    Email: providerjobs@northernlight.org 

  • 09 Mar 2020 11:20 PM | Anonymous

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    This Conference has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Please watch for updates next year regarding the 2021 Conference.

    Please join us for the 24th Annual Childhood Development and Behavior Conference

    July 16 & 17, Colby College

    Risky Business: Exploring the Opportunities and Challenges of Early Adolescence


    Registration is open at http://www.colby.edu/specialprograms/cme/childhood/

    The Edmund N. Ervin Pediatric Center's Child Development and Behavior Conference at Colby College is a program that brings a science and evidence based approach to understanding interventions that endeavor to improve the lives of children with complex needs. We have national speakers join with our regional and local experts and policy makers to bring science to service and policy.

    The developmental period between late childhood and mid-adolescence is one that can be experienced as both thrilling and trying for parents, caregivers, teachers, providers, and the children. During this time vast changes occur within areas of neurocognitive, social, emotional, and behavioral functioning.

    This conference will provide attendees with an understanding of these changes, explore means to assess and intervene as concerns arise, and promote opportunities for healthy development. Topics will include factors that lead to risk for substance use, evidence-based mental health interventions, public health risks, special education transitions, sexuality, and social and recreational programming.

    This year’s keynote speakers will be

    Joseph Lee, MD, Medical Director for the Youth Continuum at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

    Jessica L. Schleider, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Stony Brook University

    Our Quick Hit presenters will be

    Dick Watson, LCSW, Edmund Ervin Pediatric Center

    Kerry Pow, MPH, Maine Integrated Health Survey

    Sheila Nelson, MPH, MSW, Adolescent Health and Injury Prevention

    Julia Sleeper-Whiting, Tree Street Youth

    Erin L. Belfort, MD, DFAACAP, The Gender Clinic at Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital

    Chris Bicknell, New Beginnings

    For more information about this year’s conference and to register, please visit the Colby Special Programs website: http://www.colby.edu/specialprograms/cme/childhood/

    We hope to see you at the conference! 

  • 09 Mar 2020 11:19 PM | Anonymous

    PSYCHOLOGIST. Rockport, Maine. We are seeking a psychologist to provide CBT and, ideally, also biofeedback/neurofeedback. A doctoral degree is preferred but master’s level with Maine LCPC may be considered.

    Pay is based on a percentage of earnings directly attributed to the provider’s work, making the position very flexible in terms of number of hours desired and preferred schedule. The practice is largely cash-based, so there are very low demands for non-billable time. This is a new position being created within an existing neuropsychology practice and can begin as soon as April 2020.

    Cover letter of interest and cv should be sent to Kendra Bryant, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, Neuropsychology and Concussion Management Associates (NCMA) PO Box 1145, Rockport, ME 04856 or to DrBryant@NCMAmaine.com 

    NCMA is an equal opportunity employer.

  • 27 Feb 2020 8:30 AM | Anonymous


    Presenters: Richard Lewis, LCPC and Teresa Valliere, LCSW, LADC, CCS

    Thursday and Friday: Feb 27 & 28, 2020, 8:30am - 4:30pm

    Woodfords Club,179 Woodford Street,Portland, ME 04103

    12 CEUS          $179

    Clients get stuck; helpers get stuck with them.  They get stuck in their feelings, thoughts, stories and repetitive behavioral patterns, called psychological rigidity. Persistent psychological rigidity can be seen as the core of most mental disorders.  Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) views clients as stuck rather than sick and occasional psychological rigidity and experiential avoidance as a part of the human condition.  ACT is an accepted evidenced based practice helping clients with a wide range of emotional, psychological and behavioral difficulties. It combines the wisdom and effectiveness of mindfulness practices and behavioral activation.   Integrating ACT into your practice, you can help your clients to:

    Unhook from negative/harmful thoughts

    Be more present

    Accept what cannot be changed

    Focus on what’s most important in their lives

    Take committed action toward their values

    Have a kinder and more realistic view of themselves

    Using a combination of didactic presentation and experiential exercises, this workshop will introduce ACT model, philosophy and core concepts of psychological rigidity and flexibility.  Attendees will leave this training with a basic understanding of ACT approaches and with specific interventions they can employ immediately.  This workshop is a combination of didactic material, individual reflections, group discussion, and experiential activities. 

    Target Audience: Mental and Behavioral Health Professionals, Social Workers, Psychologists, Physicians, Nurses, Therapists, Counseling Staff, Alcohol and Drug Counselors, and clinical staff in mental health, substance abuse, co-occurring, behavioral or health settings.