Kathryn Maietta, LCSW


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​Thank you for visiting my website. I am passionate about all of the different aspects of my professional life:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) / social worker / clinician / therapist since 1987;
  • Director and co-facilitator of the first batterers intervention program ("BIP") in Penobscot County. The education and intervention program is for adult men who are abusive to their intimate partners. 1995 - 2018
  • Adjunct faculty at UMaine in the Sociology Department since 1991, also adjunct faculty at Husson University;
  • A local, regional, and national presenter on co-worker conflict; 
  • A local, regional, and national speaker on the field of domestic abuse: "Working with Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse"; and "Domestic Abuse is NOT an Anger Management Issue"
  • A long term, active member, of the Maine Commission Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse; the Maine Homicide Review Panel; and Maine Association of Batterers' Intervention Programs.
Voices Against Violence: The 12th Biennial Report of the Maine Domestic Abuse Homicide Review Panel, October 2018
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fTgy1U-jfHvSI2Jv8c7WWGFvOFXKfpdF/view

Pretrial and Post-Conviction Uses of Batterer Intervention Programs, February 2016
https://www.mcedv.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/2.19.16-LD150-Final-Report.pdf
​Maine fails to put batterers in programs that address roots of domestic violence — and pays for it, By Erin Rhoda, Bangor Daily News Staff , January 6, 2015
http://bangordailynews.com/2015/01/06/mainefocus/maine-fails-to-put-batterers-in-programs-that-address-roots-of-domestic-violence-and-pays-for-it/

​The Offending Dilemma: Maine Fails to put Batterers in Programs that Addresses Roots of Domestic Violence and Pays for it, By Erin Rhoda, January 5, 2015
http://external.bangordailynews.com/projects/2015/01/offendingdilemma/?january2016%23.W3rNKNJKjrc#.XC90LVxKg2w