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Welcome to the Boston Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Boston, Massachusetts.

Therapists in Boston

Sara Acker, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical health psychologist who specializes in treating people coping with anxiety, chronic pain, stress, medical issues, mood disorders, and difficulties adjusting to life changes. I believe that each person is unique, and therefore no one approach is right for everyone. I strive to integrate a variety of techniques and perspectives from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness based therapies, relaxation training, biofeedback, clinical hypnotherapy, and supportive therapy to create a treatment that is tailored to the individual I am working with. For more information please visit my website at collaborativehealthpsychology.com
(617) 444-9055
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Francisco Agrait, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am a Harvard and MGH-affiliated psychiatrist and psychotherapist located in downtown Boston. My expertise includes the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy, along with thoughtful medication management, to address symptoms of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and attentional disorders. I strive to provide a safe and welcoming environment in an effort to facilitate personal growth through therapeutic exploration.
(617) 600-3283
Boston, Massachusetts 02110
Cecil Webster, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“Want to be seen as a whole person? Have a look inside. I specialize in providing warm patient and family-centered care to adults, adolescents, and children on Newbury Street. My areas of psychotherapy expertise include helping the individual explore their identity in the context of family and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, and culture. I am a Harvard-trained, board certified psychiatrist and completed my general psychiatry residency at the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Cambridge Health Alliance / Harvard Medical School. My Back Bay office prides itself in its comfort and privacy.
(617) 340-7598
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Aline P Zoldbrod, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a gifted sex, couples and individual therapist with a national and international reputation. Author of 3 commercially published books, I have been cited by my peers in the literature on sexuality and relationships since 1992. My book SexSmart: How Your Childhood Shaped Your Sexual Life and What to Do About It is an award winning book that can help you sort out mysteries about why you feel the way you do about relationships and sexuality. All the information you would ever want to know is on my two websites, http://www.sexsmart.com and http://bostonsexualaddictiontherapy.com.
(781) 350-4454
Boston, Massachusetts 02111
Jenai Wu, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Boston
“After 20+ years as a practicing clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, I continue to find getting to know people and helping them extraordinarily rewarding and interesting. While therapy is about growing, changing, and healing, getting my patients to be as interested in themselves as I am in them is one of the best things about being a psychologist. Therapy can be enjoyable even though it is a serious business; and building trust and collaboration around the mutual goal of change is what makes it easy to go to work every day.
(617) 682-9200
Boston, Massachusetts 02114
Paula Noyes, Counselor  in Boston
“My practice is devoted to helping people feel calmer, lighter, and more at peace with their emotions. I work with adults and older adolescents interested in understanding themselves better and in forming more rewarding, less painful relationships with others. I also help people to clarify life goals, develop a stronger sense of purpose, and work toward creating a more fulfilling life. I choose from a variety of approaches depending on the client's needs and what I think may be most effective. I welcome ongoing feedback from clients to make sure that our work together remains focused and satisfying.
(857) 342-3086
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Melanie Duarte, Counselor  in Boston
“Are you feeling anxious, confused, out of sorts, overwhelmed? I can help! Problems with relationships, friends and family, work, and health issues can lead to symptoms of anxiety, stress, sleeplessness, and depression. Often times negative thinking patterns create and/or exacerbate these symptoms. We all need a safe and supportive environment to explore life's challenges and change those thinking patterns.
(857) 366-4510
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Lauren Esposito Imperatore, Psychologist  in Boston
“I believe that the ultimate goal of therapy is to help people create lives that feel good, meaningful, and fulfilling. I've been a therapist for more than 15 years. My experience has given me a realistic view of the therapy process: I understand that it is not always easy; I realize that it requires time, effort, and resources, and I know that people don't always feel comfortable talking about their private lives with a relative stranger.
(781) 281-8306
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Maria Mellano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“INTEGRAL PSYCHOTHERAPY PRACTICE Integral Psychotherapy Practice is grounded in a holistic, experiential and dynamic approach. Trained in Internal Family Systems, Psychodrama, Energy Healing, Psychoanalysis, Psychodynamic and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies, I integrate these methods to guide clients through the therapeutic process. My style is to co-create a relationship based on authenticity, collaboration, and effectiveness.
(857) 284-7237
Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Dave Shannon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Entering therapy is a bold, brave step. Most people who have been struggling have tried everything they know to feel better. Asking for support from a therapist marks a turning point. I offer clients my clinical judgment and attention that is rooted in a blend of Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioral and Relational-Cultural theories. I integrate these concepts into our work in clear, understandable and practical ways. My clients tell me that they appreciate my real and authentic presence; my gentle, direct and honest feedback; and my engaging and interactive way of talking with them.
(617) 388-3256
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Kaloyan Tanev, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I help clients resolve psychological or psychiatric problems that keep them from fully experiencing their lives. I also work with people to help them achieve their life goals. Because no two people are the same, I believe that treatment for every person should be individually tailored. I use medications when they are needed and do therapy. Some of the therapeutic methods I use are psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnosis, couples and family therapy. I help with anxiety, mood problems, co-morbid psychiatric and medical problems, relationship and family problems.
(617) 206-3425
Boston, Massachusetts 02114
Sarah J Smith, Counselor  in Boston
“I work with people who want more satisfaction in their lives, jobs, and relationships and who are willing to challenge themselves in this pursuit. My approach is interactive and engaging--I will help you identify habitual thoughts and behaviors which may be getting in your way. I will also guide you in making useful links which will ultimately lead you to getting more of what you want in life.
(617) 340-2147
Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Doc Wayne Youth Services, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“Chalk Talk, a program of Doc Wayne Youth Services, provides sport-based billable group therapy programs to youth. A clinician-guided environment where sport is the lens through which youth examine important social and emotional issues in real-time is created. Groups, which are assembled based on age and location, are held weekly over a seven-week period with current sport themes within Chalk Talk including soccer, flag football and basketball (late 2013). Doc Wayne Youth Services' Chalk Talk Program operates under Boston ASAP, licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
(617) 600-6865
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
Tonn Q Cao, Treatment Facility  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Treatment Facility, PhD, LICSW
“Dr. Cao is a Clinical Sociologist holding a Doctorate from Northeastern University and a Masters in Clinical Social Work from Boston College. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Bunker Hill Community College and fluent in spoken Cantonese. Dr. Cao has been in the field for 15 years as a practitioner, researcher and professor. His areas of expertise include: relational issues between couples and family members; gay and bisexual men adjustment difficulties; matters of cultural diversity; autism and other developmental disabilities; foster and adopted child and family matters; and adjustment difficulties from child neglect and abuse.
(617) 250-7367
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Andrew E Ferrante, Counselor  in Boston
“In helping to work through anxiety and depression my approach fosters greater self-awareness as a means toward overcoming harmful behavioral and emotional repetitions. My clients are typically intelligent professionals or students struggling with stress and transitional issues.
(617) 682-9258
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
David Dybdal, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am a Harvard-trained, Harvard-affiliated psychiatrist and psychotherapist in Boston, MA. As a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, I specialize in the concomitant use of medication and psychotherapy to achieve not only remission of distressing symptoms but also recovery and wellness in those with whom I work. When working with other therapists, I utilize a highly collaborative model, with close contact and communication between treaters to achieve optimal results.
(617) 229-6714
Boston, Massachusetts 02114
David W Griffiths, Psychologist  in Boston
“I approach therapy with a client-centered, interpersonal stance to create a safe, non-judgmental, collaborative working relationship. My approach is holistic, taking into consideration all aspects of my client's life. I work with adults, from college age and up and use a variety of modalities and skills, tailoring treatment to what works with each client. I use both short-term, goal oriented approaches and longer-term, insight-oriented treatment as required. The ultimate objective is to assist clients in making changes they choose for improving their lives.
(617) 702-2465
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Ruth C Rowbotham, Psychologist  in Boston
“How do you decide it's time to seek help through psychotherapy? For many people, the decision is clear; a significant event occurs or disruptive symptoms arise. For others, the decision is less obvious-maybe you haven't been feeling like yourself lately, you worry more than others or just sense that things could be better. As a client-centered therapist, I work with clients on their goals and to join them on their journey to wellness. I offer clinical expertise to provide guidance, new perspectives, and to raise awareness of underlying issues that may be behind current problems.
(617) 606-9749
Boston, Massachusetts 02127
Angela Ficken, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Have you ever been to see a therapist, and felt like you just talked the whole time, while the therapist just sat there and listened? Well, I am different. I am an active listener in sessions and believe that providing feedback is the best way to challenge behavior patterns and to ultimately help you connect to your own strengths, wisdom, and inner resources. I ask questions, and will engage you in a thoughtful way while providing you with a non-judgmental, supportive environment.
(617) 936-8311
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Julie Gardner, Psychologist  in Boston
“Struggling with an Eating Disorder? Depressed because relationships aren't working out the way you want? Haunted by unhealed scars from the past? Wanting to make your current relationships with family and friends more rewarding? Then I am here to help. The Match Is The Most Important Thing. I am an interactive, personable, direct / candid therapist. My patients work hard to grow and succeed in reaching their goals. I view therapy as a journey. I am both a "sherpa" to help relieve you of burdensome baggage and a guide.
(617) 500-0765
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.