Many Moons Psychotherapy
New Clinician Joins Many Moons

Caroline "Tookie" Bright began her formal and experiential education in 2002 when she became a "Volcano Room" facilitator for The Center for Grieving Children in Portland, ME. Captivated by the transformational powers of people's creative and emotional capacities, Tookie's passion for expressive modalities flourished leading her down an evolving road of personal and professional exploration.

Trained in Bereavement, Parenting, Community Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Hospice, Oncology, and Camp Psychology, Tookie offers many skills to support her work with children, adolescents, adults, families and groups.

In 2010, Tookie developed the Healing Tree Children's Program for The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope and Healing. Tookie has grown her clinical skills in this role as both an administrator and clinician, utilizing many non-traditional expressive modalities including play, art, guided-imagery, adventure, and sandplay.

Tookie was trained at the University of New England for both her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She maintains a state license as a Clinical Social Worker and is certified as a Wilderness First Responder. Tookie is also a member of the Association of Oncology Social Work.


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