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Megan Taylor, MSW, LICSW, PLLC
Individual, Couples, and Family Psychotherapy
9 Walker Street | Kittery, ME 03904

Why Seek Therapy?

Psychotherapy from a licensed professional can provide support, guidance and assistance in addressing your unique needs.

There are many benefits and possible outcomes including:

The key ingredient for a positive outcome in therapy lies in the relationship that develops between therapist and client. The attitude I take towards our work together is one characterized by warmth, positive regard, and empathic listening for your specific life issues. By working with a professional, you can obtain success in gaining the strength you need to overcome insecurities, achieve life goals, and experience personal growth.

Many people come to therapy looking for help with their relationships. The collaborative work experienced in therapy can resolve the most common sources of conflict found in relationships. Poor communication and difficulty resolving conflicts are two examples where therapy can be of benefit. By assisting people in communicating their needs and feelings in a constructive and empathic manner, relationships are strengthened. This therapeutic experience provides them with the necessary tools to replicate their success in session at home and in other areas of their life.

Therapy can provide a safe, supportive place for you to talk about grief, end of a relationship or job, anxiety-related issues, or any change in life circumstances that cause distress. If this has reached a level where it is interfering with your ability to find pleasure in your life, therapy may be a healthy approach for improving your sleep, increasing your appetite, and regaining a sense of balance in your life.

Addressing your problems with the help of a professional can get you out of a rut and into a more productive pattern. If you are ready to seek help, I can be reached by phone at (603) 502-7099 or email me at

It is good to have an end to journey toward, but the journey is what matters in the end. ---Ursula K. Leguin