Many Moons Psychotherapy
 
Ayla Zeimer's Clinical Background & Training



Ayla Zeimer, LCPC-c, received her Master's Degree in Counseling from the University of Southern Maine, and provides individual and group therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Ayla has extensive training in the treatment of trauma, and is certified in Internal Family Systems (Level I). She has a breadth of experience in incorporating mindfulness, play, the body, art, and neuroscience into therapy to help her clients gain insight, regulate, and express their emotions. Combining expressive arts modalities with evidenced based psychotherapy approaches, Ayla creates a cohesive, organic, and individualized treatment experience with her clients.

Over the last decade, Ayla has worked as an educational farmer, a wilderness adventure guide, an early childhood teacher, and program coordinator at the Center for Grieving Children. Through these experiences, Ayla has been reminded of the transformation made possible through experiential and expressive interventions. She believes healing is inherently creative and is always honored and excited to share in the change process.

To contact Ayla directly, email azeimer@manymoonstherapy.org, or call 207-482-0552

 





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