Meet Our Clinicians
Our clinicians are licensed to practice in the state of Maine and work from a strengths based, trauma-informed lens. They seek to create an environment of safety and comfort as you move along in your journey of healing, recovery, and self-discovery.
Jamie Racine, LCSW
Founder & Clinical Director
Jamie has been working in the field of social work for more than 20 years. She has always had a dream of starting her own agency focusing her work on women, children, and families dealing with trauma, substance use disorder, and more.
Through trauma-informed practice and teaching, she is leading The Integrated Life to be pioneers in the treatment and response to trauma.
Nicole Butler, LMSW-cc
Nicole received her Masters in Social Work from The University of New England and is joining the team after 8 years of experience working with children and families. She is also currently serving the aging population and adults with disabilities.
Nicole has a strong passion for advocacy work and helping people become the best version of themselves. In her free time you can find Nicole spending time with her family and her beloved pets.
Marie Pedersen, LCSW
Marie enjoys working with people from all ages and all walks of life, in groups, 1:1, couples, and family treatment. She uses an eclectic mix of modalities, built on strengths perspective, brain science and trauma informed.
Marie holds a Master's Degree in Social Work, Advanced Standing, from the University of New England, 1997. She is passionate about decreasing suffering, increasing success and empowering others. She also is an Adjunct Professor at Saint Joseph's College.
April Huddy, LMSW-cc
April is coming to the team with 20 years of experience working with children and families. She has worked across a variety of settings including childcare, intensive in-home clinical work and a variety of government agency roles, both non-clinical and clinical. April is passionate about supporting individuals and families through their struggles while bringing patience, compassion, and sometimes a touch of humor to each session. April strives to build rapport with her clients and create a space where they know they are not alone in their mental health journey.
Liza Mockeridge, LCPC
My name is Liza Mockeridge and I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with over 25 years of experience in public education and school counseling. I am passionate about helping individuals overcome challenges and achieve their goals. My approach is empathetic and nonjudgmental, creating a safe and supportive environment for clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
I specialize in working with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues.I work collaboratively with each client to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets their unique needs.I believe that everyone has the ability to learn, grow, and heal. I am dedicated to supporting my clients on their journey towards living a fulfilling and meaningful life.
Beth Fawcett, LCSW
Seeking a counselor can often be a daunting task. Can they actually help me? How do I know if our personalities will match? What will they be like? Will I like them? I seek to create a comfortable, helpful and collaborative environment where clients can feel at home, regardless of the struggles they come with. I focus primarily in working with members of LGBTQA community, however also have experience working with law enforcement and first responders.
I reside in Cumberland County with my long-term partner and our four legged fur-baby. I enjoy traveling and being outside learning and experiencing all that life has to offer. I am also a full-time law enforcement officer.
Cassandra Warner, LMSW-cc
Clinician (Telehealth Only)
Hello! My name is Cassandra Warner. I earned my Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2023 from The University of New England. My experience in the behavioral and mental health
fields is inclusive of working with diverse populations in healthcare, outpatient, inpatient, and community settings. I have worked in a variety of mental health/behavioral health settings and with clients who have experienced a broad range of diagnoses and were all in different stages of
their journey. My approach is a mixture of evidence-based techniques, strengths-based perspective, and trauma-informed perspectives. I use elements of cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma informed care, motivational interviewing,
strengths-based, and mindfulness-based therapy. Pursuing counseling services for yourself or your child can seem anxiety-provoking and overwhelming, and I understand that change can be hard to cope with. I aim to meet people where they are at in their journey and provide a safe and open space to process and support you in your path forward. I am honored to be a part of your healing journey.
Carinne Reid, LPC
Carinne holds a Masters Degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary and has worked in the counseling field for over 10 years. Carinne has experience providing counseling services to a variety of individuals, particularly adolescents and young adults, in various settings within the community. Carinne has training in trauma-informed care and utilizes a collaborative and compassionate approach to counseling in an effort to foster hope, healing and resilience.
Life can sometimes feel like we have arrived at a movie halfway through. We have a past and hope for a future but we aren’t quite sure where in the story we are now. We can become disoriented and brokenhearted, losing grasp of who we were, who we are, and who we want to be. Life almost never turns out how we thought it would and can have a way of taking the wind out of our sails, losing sight of what we had once hoped for. The good news is, healing is possible, restoration and transformation are possible, and you really can thrive rather than survive. I would be honored to come alongside you in the journey.