Picture of Katie FournierKatie Fournier, LCPC, (207) 778-7034

Katie is a licensed professional clinical counselor with over fifteen years of experience in individual, group, and family counseling in both college and community settings.  She can help students address difficulty with ordinary life events as well as more serious concerns including stress and anxiety, bereavement, depression, eating disorders, family problems, trauma, relationship issues, academic concerns, substance abuse, sexual issues, personality disorders, parenting, and crisis intervention.

Katie on What you Can Expect from Counseling:

 “During the first appointment, you will fill out intake paperwork including general demographic information as well as a confidentiality statement and a consent agreement.  We will then discuss your reason for visiting and begin to define goals and to make a plan to address your concerns.  I enter into my practice with an open mind and flexible approach.  My therapeutic style stems from a great deal cognitive-behavioral therapy training with emphasis on mindfulness.  My work also holds strong tones of solution-focused brief therapy.  While some people find one session is sufficient to address concerns, others may find ongoing support better addresses their needs.  I do my best to meet each person where they are in order to engage in a collaborative relationship that supports emotional, intellectual, and personal growth.”

Call 207-778-7034 or stop by the CSD during open hours to schedule an appointment.   All students with billable insurance can have up to three visits per semester without a co-pay charge. After three visits, you will be charged the co-pay amount associated with your insurance plan. Students with insurance that we cannot bill or who fail to present a health insurance card will be charged $20 for every visit. Students who have not met their annual insurance deductible or if your insurance company denies a submitted claim, will be charged $20 for the office visit. Students never have to pay up-front for services; they may have any charges added to their student account.


Any dissatisfaction or complaints may be registered by contacting Dr. Christine Wilson, Vice President for Student Affairs, at  (207-778-7087) or the Board of Counseling Professionals Licensure, 35 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333 (207-624-8626).

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