Caroline Plimpton, LCSW

Achieving clarity and moving forward in life often requires understanding the origins of your patterns and how they impact you today.

The ability to have healthy relationships, appropriate boundaries, and a stronger sense of self are all available to you when you can identify and change your patterns, many of which formed in your family of origin.

I work from a strengths perspective to support you in making the changes you desire, to examine the roles and expectations you have taken on, and to consciously make your own path.

I offer a compassionate, non-judgmental space to be heard (and believed).

I can help you navigate anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationships, and loss.

I have extensive experience supporting parents in managing stress, improving their skills, and helping recognize and change unhelpful family dynamics.

I hold a master’s degree in Social Work from University of New England and undergraduate degree from University of Maine at Orono.

I’ve worked in a number of educational and mental health settings as a therapist and consultant, helping to strengthen families and relationships, and provide a journey of hope and healing to individuals throughout Maine.