Jennifer Anderson, LCSW
Jennifer has been a counselor since 2009. She has worked in hospital and rehab settings, where she helps clients with physical, emotional and substance abuse challenges. Jennifer’s expertise is in grief/loss, trauma, gay and lesbian issues, traumatic brain injuries and other health problems, as well as working with seniors. Jennifer has training and knowledge in crisis intervention and enjoys working with other professionals as clients, including first responders. A member of National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and a Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department volunteer, you can find Jennifer providing individual counseling to clients in our Scarborough and Kennebunk offices.
Katie Bloom, LCPC
Katie has been working as a clinical counselor for over 10 years. She began her career working with children, teenagers and families. Katie has experience in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as well as Trauma, Recovery and Empowerment (TREM). In addition, Katie is trained in Sand Tray Therapy and enjoys using this modality as a means of combining verbal expression with a visual, often subconscious, expression of one’s story. Katie has worked with client’s struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, self-harming behaviors, eating disorders, substance abuse, and those affected by the substance abuse of another. Katie is a member of the National Board of Certified Counselors and provides outpatient therapy at Crossroads’ Scarborough office.
Allyson Goldman-Putman, LCSW
Allyson joined Crossroads with 5 years experience as a therapist. She has worked with children and young adults with a focus on family and play therapy. Allyson’s expertise is in anxiety, trauma, mindfulness, empowerment skill building, parenting and substance abuse. Allyson provides mental health and substance abuse counseling to adults in Crossroads’ Kennebunk office.
Kathleen Hebden, LCSW
Kathleen has been a therapist for over 20 years. Her past work has included working with employee assistance providers, consulting to businesses on managing difficult employees and critical incident stress debriefings. Kathleen’s expertise is in mood disorders and working with families and children of substance abusers. A member of the National Association of Social Workers, York County Mental Health Task Force and the Homeless Council of York County, Kathleen provides substance abuse and mental health counseling to adults and adolescents at Crossroads’ outpatient office in Kennebunk.
Christine Philion-Dufour, MSW, LCSW
Christine has many years of experience as a therapist, having worked privately and community mental health organizations around the Portland, Maine area since 1997. She considers trauma, depression, bipolar disorder, transgender/gay/lesbian issues (including couples therapy) and grieving/loss to be her specialties, but also has interest and experience in working with eating disorders and body image issues. She is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Critical Incident Stress Management. Her approach is strength-based, insight-oriented and solution-focused. Christine provides individual counseling at Crossroads’ Kennebunk office.
Chuck Schneider, LCSW, C-CATODSW
Chuck has been a counselor for more than 12 years. With expertise in substance abuse and trauma counseling, he uses what he describes as an open approach with clients. Chuck belongs to the National Association of Social Workers and provides individual counseling in both the Kennebunk and Scarborough offices. In addition, Chuck runs IOP groups for men in Scarborough.
Cynthia Torres, LCSW
Cynthia has been a therapist for more than 24 years. She provides counseling to adults for substance abuse, mental health and mood disorders with expertise in women’s issues, self-esteem, trauma, co-dependency, anxiety and mood disorders. Cynthia is also trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills. Cynthia belongs to the National Association of Social Workers and provides counseling at Crossroads’ Scarborough office, where she also runs The Aftercare Group (TAG) for women. In addition, Cynthia facilitates IOP groups for women in Kennebunk.
Andrea Warren, LCPC, LADC
Andrea is a counselor with more than 11 years of experience. Her expertise is in substance abuse, mental health and trauma, as well as early and long-term recovery support. In the past, Andrea has implemented several adolescent programs in Maine. Andrea belongs to the National Board for Certified Counselors and believes in a solution-focused style that takes people from where they are and helps them to move forward. Andrea provides individual counseling in Kennebunk, where she can also be found running IOP sessions for women.
Beata A. Wiktor, LCPC, Psy.D.
Beata has been in the counseling field since 1998, working with children and adolescents in inpatient, outpatient and group home settings, and a licensed counselor since 2008. Her expertise is in individual and group therapy using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Brief Dynamic and Interpersonal Therapy, forensic psychological evaluations, sports psychology and Motivational Interviewing for substance abuse. A member of the American Psychological Association (APA), Beata is currently completing her doctoral internship toward a Psy.D. in forensic psychology. Beata provides individual therapy at Crossroads’ Scarborough office.
Andie Wishman, LCSW, LMT
Andie has been a counselor since 2002. Andie specializes in working with adults and uses an approach that is trauma-informed and recovery focused. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and is also a licensed massage therapist. Andie has experience in working in inpatient psychiatric and detox units as well as providing individual counseling for chemical dependency, food addictions, mental health and co-occurring problems. Andie offers individual therapy and runs Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) sessions at Crossroads’ Scarborough office.
To make an appointment with any of our outpatient counselors, please call: Kennebunk Counseling Center – 207.467.3369 Greater Portland Counseling Center (Scarborough) – 207.773.9931 Or, make an appointment online
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