39 Mechanic St Suite 222
Camden, Maine
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Contact Information About STACEY HALL, LCPC

STACEY HALL has an office in Camden, Maine and provides counseling and/or therapy for their clientele. STACEY HALL is listed as a LCPC, but may provide additional support.

For detailed questions about STACEY HALL’s therapy practice, you should contact their Camden offices at 2076919579.

STACEY HALL is local to the 04843-1807 area.

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  1. “I call my therapist every other day. It’s not a one-stop shop. You have to push away all that negativity in your head. Face it, name it, let it go.”- Fergie
    In my experience, it is a common thing to find a therapist who is skeptical. The nature of the occupation is to hear stories relating to past trauma, experiences in life that keep us from family and friends, experiences that effect our job performance, experiences that we say are preventing us from a content and healthy lifestyle.
    As someone who attends therapy with his fiancé on a regular basis, I was surprised at the skepticism that Stacy Hall exhibited. It was quite out of the ordinary. Instead of being skeptical of the what, where, and when of an experience, and then spouting off some quote from some forum or book that is the “Latest Rage” in the Psychological profession, hers is more of a focus on the “who, now?”
    Let me explain. Recently, I had the honor of accompanying my wife to one of her therapy sessions where we had an open discussion about upcoming changes that were going to occur in our life. Our talk was concerning the victory we had after a Two-year battle against DHHS for the custody of fiancé’s children.
    Both my fiancé and myself discussed how tired we were from this ongoing war against the family I am trying to establish. We dealt with the typical manipulation and dishonesty that bureaucracy is well known for. Going against the establishment for the sake of my new family drained much of our resources, physically, financially, and emotionally….. but the emotional toll was not what we would have expected.
    In that session, both my fiancé and myself became overcome with emotions. We talked of the frustration of complying with DHHS’s requirements and them not following the agreed upon terms. We talked of the heavy burden of being under the scrutiny of so many professionals, and fears that no matter how hard we try, inadequacy and failure.
    During that session, I finally emotionally let loose. I lost my generally stoic positivism revealing to both Stacey and my fiancé’ the level of fear and heartache I felt during the grueling time in our lives.
    I talked of how the requirements of DHHS, and their misdocumentation and manipulation of DATA is not presenting a realistic view. I spoke of how I had to up a job because my fiancé and her children needed my support.
    In the middle of the accounting current events, I started crying and began to relate how my experiences in an abusive home, my misadventures in the foster care system, and how moving from placement to placement prevented greater success in my life.
    Then I said:
    “I am afraid that what happened to me is happening to them,” and my wife who had similar experiences, shared the same sentiment.
    Both my fiancé and myself were experiencing a conflagration of negative emotions triggered by the subject matter.
    That is when Stacy Hall asked the most important question in regards to the convoluted mess we were going through…
    “But Daniel, who are you?”
    The question first shocked me. In my mind, I began to take an accounting of myself. I am a husband who is going through an impossible struggle against what seemed to be insurmountable odds. We have struggled from “literal homelessness” to achieving a respectable home in Camden, ME. We have complied with almost unrealistic expectations for my Fiancé to achieve, yet she has achieved above my fondest dreams.
    “If almost all the professionals involved not only agree on your compliance, but are proud to say the changes in your Fiancé’s life very rarely occur in such cases. Since you know you will have your day in court, then where is all this fear, pain and emotion stemming from?”
    That is when the reality of the emotional situation hit me hard. Even though I am going through high emotional cost to gain my wife’s children back, the “feelings” come from a place of neglect, abuse, abandonment, and pain from my own experiences.
    This battle had cut open a wound that had not healed, even after 15 years. There was a certain point that I was not just fighting for my fiancé and her children.
    In a very symbolic way I was fighting a battle for myself. I was becoming the champion that I never had growing up, fighting for the rights of a child against a system that views him little more than a dollar sign. Fighting a situation where truth takes a back seat to doctrine and procedure. Most of all, I was fighting to prove that I am not like all those people, so many years ago, who abandoned, neglected, and destroyed a little boys dream of having a loving family.
    In this most trying of times, Stacey has become an anchor and compass for the ship that is my fiancé and my life. What Stacey is teaching us is what I like to call “experiential relevance.” Though we are going through similar experiences, they are not the same situations.
    Glean what wisdom you can from the past, but do not let that past slow you down or halt your progression and growth. Keep those past emotions in the past, and celebrate all your successes, no matter how small you may think of them. Eventually, all those small successes will gather together and become a triumphant victory.
    For this life lesson, I will be eternally grateful to her for. Without her, my fiancé may not have even had the chance of getting her children returned, and the only dream I ever had in my life would not have been accomplished, to finally have a family to call my own.

    Rating: 5

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