AMHC News

AMHC Welcomes Behavioral Health Therapist to Houlton Office

AMHC announces Tiffany Cumming, MA, LCPC, IMH-E® has joined its outpatient services in the Houlton area.

Aroostook Mental Health Center (AMHC) has announced that Tiffany Cumming, MA, LCPC, IMH-E® has joined its Houlton Outpatient Office.

“I am very pleased that Tiffany has joined AMHC,” shared Lorraine Chamberlain, Director of Integration and Behavioral Health in Aroostook County. “Tiffany’s focus is on promoting resiliency for youth through social-emotional development and learning. She is passionate about partnering with those who influence the development of children be they parents, guardians, teachers or childcare providers. We are grateful to have Tiffany return to Aroostook County to serve the needs of children and families living in the greater Houlton area.”

A native of Houlton and a graduate of Houlton High School, Tiffany most recently provided early childhood services in the state of Colorado. Prior to that, she offered clinical services for youth and families in the Boston area. She has a Master of Arts in Expressive Therapies: Mental Health Counseling & Art Therapy from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. She carries the state of Maine independent counseling license, LCPC, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.

For more information about AMHC services please contact AMHC’s Access Center at 1-800-244-6431.

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