Psychiatric Practice


P. Lynn Ouellette MD DLFAPA

80 Raymond Road Brunswick, ME 04011


General Adult Psychiatry practice  providing psychotherapy and medication treatment for mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder, anxiety and panic disorder, trauma related disorders, OCD, grief and loss, relationship struggles, and more. I provide care to patients ages 21 and older. 

Specializing in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, providing treatment to women with depression and other mood disruptions and anxiety both during pregnancy and after having a baby. Will provide preconception consultations regarding psychotropic medication use during pregnancy.

My office files insurance claims with all insurance companies, including Medicare and except MaineCare. Your coverage for care with me may vary depending upon your insurance plan and we can discuss that at the time we agree to make an initial appointment. As of of the present time, September 2021, my practice is at capacity and I will be accepting only new perinatal patients (women with issues related to pregnancy and postpartum) as new openings arise. 

About Dr. Ouellette:

I went to Tufts Medical School and completed my residency trainIng at Tufts/ New England Medical Center. I am a Board Certified Psychiatrist and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. When I first moved to Maine in 1988 I worked at Jackson’s Brook Institute which is now Spring Harbor Hospital . I have been in private practice in Brunswick, Maine and on the staff at Mid Coast Hospital since 1991. My practice has always provided general adult psychiatric care, including diagnostic evaluations, medication treatment, and psychotherapy for mood disorders, anxiety, PTSD, personality disorders and more. However, over the years I have developed more training and expertise in the specialty area of perinatal psychiatry, the treatment of women during pregnancy and in the postpartum period. This also includes dealing with pregnancy loss, infertility, preconception counseling and other issues related to childbearing. More recently as my practice has become very full and referrals for new patients have progressively increased, I give priority to women seeking perinatal psychiatric care since there is little access to that care elsewhere.

I consider it a great privilege to do this kind of work which allows me to be let into my patients’ personal thoughts and feelings in very intimate ways and I find it very gratifying to build trusting relationships which I feel are a huge component of healing in the treatment.