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We’re hiring fully licensed or conditionally licensed therapists in Windham, Maine who specialize or have an interest in working with first responders, emergency response workers, and public safety organizations.


We also currently have open positions for Peer Support Specialists and a Medical Director.

We’re hiring fully licensed or conditionally licensed therapists in Windham, Maine who specialize or have an interest in working with first responders, emergency response workers, and public safety organizations.


We also currently have open positions for Peer Support Specialists and a Medical Director.

Do you want to be part of a supportive team who work together to support first responders, their families, and public safety organizations?

Working in a solo practice can be isolating and draining.

At Guiding Light Behavioral Health, we strive to foster a supportive, open team environment. So our practitioners can get to know each other as professionals and individuals.

We want team members to feel comfortable:

To support our therapists, we provide:

Who we are.

Guiding Light Behavioral Health in Windham, Maine is an outpatient practice focused on supporting first responders, emergency response workers, their families, and public safety organizations. We provide services to clients throughout the state of Maine virtually and in person.

We are committed to providing high quality therapeutic services. We use evidence-based therapies and best practices, tailoring sessions to meet our clients’ needs. We believe it’s essential as therapists to stay up-to-date on advances, research, and new strategies — especially regarding trauma work and Police and Public Safety Psychology.

We provide safe, compassionate, judgment-free, and confidential care. So all clients feel welcome and can openly share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences and work through the issues that brought them to therapy.

Additionally, we believe in supporting each other. Trauma work is rewarding but can also be draining. So it’s important that we are open with each other, seek advice or supervision, or check-in as needed. Because maintaining our emotional health and resilience is essential for us to provide quality care.

Who we help.

We are licensed therapists who specialize in behavioral health services specifically for first responders, emergency workers, their families, and organizations, including:

We each have specialized training in trauma and modalities helpful to working with emergency response workers, their families, and public service organizations. Some examples of therapeutic approaches and best practices we use include:

We provide individual, couples, and family therapy. Additionally, we offer workshops for emergency response workers and live-in fire students, Wellness Checks, and Post Critical Incident Consultations.

We know not everyone will have experience in these services. We believe in professional development and invest in our teams continual growth.

Our Values and Mission

Guiding Light Behavioral Health is a woman-owned, impact driven team on a mission to heal and support first responders and their families. Our leadership team is composed of first responder families who understand the barriers to achieving balanced wellness at home and on the job. We believe change starts at home, so we prioritize family leave, access to childcare, economic justice, and staff wellbeing.

Interested in joining Guiding Light Behavioral Health?

We’re looking for fully licensed or conditionally licensed therapists who are:

We’re also currently hiring a Medical Director who is:

We’re also currently hiring Peer Support Specialists who are:

We look forward to hearing from you!