Cornerstones of Maine Welcomes Psychotherapist Elliott Day, MS LCPC-C to Team
Cornerstones of Maine, a young adult transitional living program for individuals ages 18-28, welcomes its newest psychotherapist, Elliott Day, to the clinical team. Elliot has gained experience in a myriad of roles including direct care, outreach, admissions, and therapeutic wilderness field guiding. Prior to joining Cornerstones, he was a lead therapist at a young adult hybrid wilderness/residential treatment program in Vermont.
Elliott completed his Master of Science in Counseling from the University of Southern Maine. The young adults he has served grapple with a diverse range of mental health challenges, including familial and relationship struggles, substance use disorders, communication hurdles, trauma, low self-confidence, and academic and vocational obstacles. Recognizing the intricate nature of these difficulties, Elliott employs a comprehensive relational approach that addresses underlying factors while fostering a sense of safety rooted in a healthy therapeutic relationship. By tailoring interventions to meet the unique needs of each individual, he assists young adults in surmounting these barriers and cultivating the essential skills to lead fulfilling lives.
Outside of work, Elliott enjoys spending time with friends and family, skateboarding, snowboarding, and immersing himself in the natural world. He also has a passion for reading and writing poetry.
About Cornerstones of Maine
Cornerstones of Maine is a clinically-focused transitional living program located in Portland and Biddeford, Maine. Their program assists 18 to 28 year old creative & bright determined emerging young adults who are struggling to live and function independently. Clients have a history of mood or anxiety disorders, executive functioning issues, social skill deficits, and academic challenges. Their program provides a therapeutic & experiential approach that gives structure and support based on each client’s individual needs. Cornerstones provides all gender accommodations that are LGBTQ+ affirming and the average length of stay is 9 to 12 months. For admissions information, email Aaron Rumsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.