Amanda Seirup, Psy.D.
Dr. Seirup earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Boston College, a Master's degree at Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, now named William James College. Dr. Seirup is licensed to practice in Maine and is a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Commission on Correctional Health Care.
Dr. Seirup has extensive experience within the correctional system where she provides risk assessment, psychological testing, consultation and supervision. She has expertise working on court related cases that involve children, adults and families with both chronic and acute mental illness (i.e., anxiety, depression, and psychosis). Dr. Seirup has further training and skills in treating addiction and co-occurring disorders, clinical reactions to traumatic events, self injury, crisis intervention and various problems that accompany personality disorders.
Dr. Seirup's approach to psychotherapy is collaborative and respectful. She utilizes evidence-based modalities (CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Interpersonal Psychotherapy). Dr. Seirup works cooperatively with individuals and families to identify barriers that get in the way of healthy living.
Consultation also available.
Dr. Seirup is ACCEPTING NEW Patients.
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Jonathan Shumeyko, LCPC, LADC
LICENSED ALCOHOL and DRUG COUNSELOR
Jon earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Boston College and his Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Substance Use focus from the University of Southern Maine. He is licensed to practice as a mental health counselor as well as an alcohol and drug counselor in the State of Maine. Jon’s main areas of expertise are in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of co-occurring disorders (both mental health and substance use issues). Jon has experience providing individual and group therapy to treat problems such as trauma/PTSD, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, anger issues, identity development, and life transitions.
Jon utilizes a number of evidence based counseling approaches and techniques including: cognitive behavioral therapy, person centered therapy, motivational interviewing, and solution focused brief therapy. He has received additional training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Trauma Informed Care.
JON is accepting NEW Patients.
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JAYNE BANNISH, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Jayne received her Masters degree in social work from Boston University School of Social Work and Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Northern Colorado. She is licensed to practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Maine.
Jayne brings 25 years of diverse clinical expertise to the practice. She has served as a director, clinician, trainer, supervisor, and program manager within various state and local systems of behavioral health care (inpatient and outpatient).
Jayne treats primarily adults and adolescents but has experience with youth and families. She is skilled in working with issues related to trauma, relationships, career and school challenges/ adjustments and
self-esteem. Jayne is equally skilled in helping individuals navigate systems of care.
Jayne seeks to meet each individuals unique needs and goals and is versed in cognitive behavioral, solution focused, insight oriented, and person centered therapeutic modalities. She promotes active participation in one’s own treatment and recovery.
JAYNE is ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
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Robert Carnicella, PhD
Dr. Carnicella completed his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Hanover College, his Master of Science in Counseling Psychology from Indiana University, and his Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from The University at Albany, SUNY. He completed a two-year postdoctoral position with Bowdoin College’s counseling services.
Dr. Carnicella has been practicing psychology in Maine for nearly five years. He has experience completing psychological evaluations with young children, adolescents, and college students. He frequently tests for questions related to attention-deficit difficulties, hyperactivity, behavior associated with autism, oppositional behavior, social skill difficulties, mood dysregulation, developmental delays, learning difficulties,
anxiety, and trauma. His approach to psychotherapy integrates psychodynamic therapy, humanistic theories, family-systems therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques. Dr. Carnicella has provided psychotherapy to families, couples, college students, children, and individual adults. He has received training to offer counseling to assist individuals who are struggling with substance abuse. His training at Bowdoin College focused on incorporating mindfulness meditation into therapy.
Dr. Carnicella is accepting new patients
Brunswick & Portland
Direct Line: 603-689-7641