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Archives for September, 2012

Jean A. Feldeisen, LCSW, LADC, LH

I am licensed by the State of Maine as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I am also certified as a practitioner in Clinical Hypnosis. I have 20 years of experience helping people like you.

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Shannon Batts, MS, LMFT, LPC

Visit www.relationshipgardening.weebly.com for an advanced trained marriage repair specialist, Shannon Batts, to find your way through relationship difficulties.
Shannon has over 20 years in the counseling field with addictions, psychiatric settings, LGBTQi affirming, and couples’ emphasis.

Member of National Registry of Marriage Friendly Therapists
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Presenter and participant in the Rethinking Psychiatry thinktank for non-pathologizing and non-medication alternatives for mental health in Portland, Oregon.

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P. Rhonne Sanderson, Ph.D., LMFT

Dr. Sanderson is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist first gaining Licensure in the state of Florida in 1983. He & his older brother were raised in a single parent home. His passion for therapy lead him into formal ministry & he became ordained in 1996.

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LuAnn (Anne) Pierce, LCSW

LuAnn is an experienced clinical social worker, therapist and writer in the metro-Denver area. She has expertise in Adult ADHD, chronic illness and caregiving issues, couples/relationship education and general mental health challenges, including natural alternatives for mental health recovery without pharmaceutical medication.

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Christi Kersten, MA, LPC

Christi is a military spouse of 11 years, a mom of two children, the oldest of whom is autistic, and a faith-based therapist who cares deeply about the well-being and therapeutic progress of her clients. She is passionate about helping clients and families find hope and healing.

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