•  mindfulness-based counseling               
  •  body-centered counseling
  •  creative and expressive therapies
  •  behavioral medicine
  •  clinical hypnosis
  •  EMDR 
              (eye movement desensitization & 
  •  massage therapy
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Director of LivingWell:  
Vicki Gayton, LCSW

​Founded in 2008 
by Sally Bowden-Schaible, LCPC, CCMHC
LivingWell is not a corporation, professional organization, or separate legal entity, but a community of independent practitioners who share the belief that mind/body/spiritual health is best achieved and maintained through complementary approaches.  The   practitioners  offering services  at LivingWell are  licensed or  certified professionals (depending on the requirements of the profession).
LivingWell is a center for cultivating mind-body health and spiritual growth through practices of mindful awareness, creative expression, and integrated care  It is a center that offers holistic options for treating mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, addiction problems, and stress-related illnesses and conditions.  In addition to the more traditional western approaches to mind-body health care, components of the center include:  (current offerings)
Who's New at LivingWell?
   836 Main Street ~ Westbrook, ME  04092
Contact Us
(207) 854-0907
We are happy to welcome back to the LivingWell community 
Dr. Melissa Rosenberg, PhD, LCPC, NCC! 

Dr Rosenberg's counseling expertise include: life transition; career change; grief and loss; depression; anxiety; the effects of trauma, neglect and abuse; obsessive and compulsive behaviors; low self-esteem; eating disorders (binge eating, bulimia, anorexia); substance abuse, dependency and addiction; spiritual exploration; issues particular to women & their empowerment; co-dependency; healthy self-care practices; and establishing life balance, and overall holistic wellness.

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