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Therapists in Boston

Vanessa Gamble, Psychologist  in Boston
“Living a balanced, meaningful life is the most worthwhile endeavor in this age of change and challenge. Loving connections, a grounded sense of self-esteem and mindful self-care can be hard to achieve and maintain, yet success in these areas can change the way we experience and negotiate our world. Good therapy creates a clearer understanding of the obstacles and how to overcome them to create the life we want. My approach is warm, intellectually curious and collaborative, always keeping goals in mind and explaining the process along the way.
(617) 910-4929
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
Kristen Ihde, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy, couples counseling, and psychological assessment for adolescents and adults. I use a variety of theoretical approaches to treatment including cognitive behavioral, attachment, relational, and developmental in an effort to meet each client's unique needs. I work with clients to develop a therapeutic relationship in which they feel safe exploring their unique struggles and developing the skills necessary to make changes in their lives. My particular areas of interest include: trauma, depression, anxiety, identity development and sexual orientation, and relationship challenges.
(617) 648-5955
IV Seibert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Talking about your capacity for beneficial change can improve relationships, relieve anxiety, alleviate depression, or find freedom from addictions. Real talk, real results. That's what I'm talking about.
(617) 981-7489
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
Meredith Nocek, Counselor  in Boston
“Something that sets me apart from other therapists is my fresh perspective and enthusiasm to help others. I am qualified to work with a wide range of people, but I specialize in working with women who wish to connect with themselves and explore how past experiences, relationships with others and their sexuality form their identity. My passion for understanding how people think and interact with others led me to the field of mental health counseling.
(315) 895-1127
Cecile Gunn, Psychologist  in Boston
“I provide psychotherapy services for both individuals and couples. My primary clinical orientation is rooted in developing a deep understanding of the life challenges clients face and supporting clients in improving their ability to manage their emotions, developing more positive thinking styles, and transforming the way they function in interpersonal relationships. Developing a safe and positive working relationship is a core component of my therapeutic style. I believe it is important to consider how beliefs shape a client's worldview, as well as how physical health can affect a client's emotional and psychological health.
(617) 993-6013
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
Lesley Fields, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy and couples counseling for adults. I believe psychotherapy can help people improve their life satisfaction and interpersonal connection through self-awareness and positive change. I use warmth, authenticity, and humor to create a collaborative and supportive environment in which my clients can explore their concerns, develop insight, and move toward personal growth. My clinical approach draws from several theoretical orientations including psychodynamic, relational, and cognitive-behavioral perspectives. My clinical interests include anxiety/depression, identity development, self-esteem and self-compassion, and relationship difficulties.
(617) 259-1895
Lois Glass, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy can be an important aid in managing transitions, stresses, and crises. It can also provide a safe and supportive context to address longstanding struggles with depression, anxiety, or other concerns. I am a psychodynamically trained therapist who also utilizes cognitive behavioral and relational approaches. My clients describe me as attentive, supportive, and non judgemental. I view therapy as a collaboration between myself with my professional skills and training, and you with your knowledge of yourself and your desire for support and change. I am an authentic, active therapist who approaches therapy gently and directly.
(781) 990-6775
Miriam Comen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, DCSW
“People who seek therapy with me often experience anxiety, depression and self doubt. Many struggle with interpersonal issues and balancing their needs with career and other demands in their lives. Working together we examine internal and external stressors and how past experiences may be negatively affecting your present situation.The goal is to help you understand what holds you back and how to use your strengths to achieve greater fulfillment.
(617) 682-9268
Jenn Turner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC, RYT
“I am a licensed therapist who provides individual psychotherapy and couples counseling for adults. It is my goal to create a collaborative relationship to allow clients to explore their experiences, history and perspectives. I work with clients to develop personalized goals for therapy based on their unique needs, cultural background and expectations.
(617) 209-2686
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
Kathleen M Andolina, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boston
“I am a licensed Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist who has been helping clients improve their lives for over 30 years. I provide psychotherapy, consultation and medication treatment for individuals ages 18 - 65+. I focus on both primary and mental health issues across the life span and am most successful with those struggling to adjust to stress, such as that associated with overcoming a career challenge, managing school, family, role conflicts,and problems associated with lifelong depression and anxiety. I treat students, career professionals, men, women and LGBT populations as well as those from many ethnic, racial and class backgrounds.
(774) 768-8650
Stuart N Simon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“I have been practicing psychotherapy with individuals, couples, families and groups for more than 30 years. My style is interactive and my goal is to provide safety and support in creating a collaborative, therapeutic relationship. I use a variety of theoretical approaches to help clients identify the issues that need to be managed or resolved in order to achieve the quality of life they are seeking.
(617) 943-4884
Rebekah Majors, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides individual, couples and group therapy, as well as psychological assessment for adults. I have been trained as an integrationist and have experience in a variety of therapies including psychodynamic, interpersonal, emotion focused, cognitive behavioral, as well as mindfulness and acceptance based strategies. I draw on all of these approaches in helping my clients meet their needs and goals. I emphasize utilizing a collaborative approach to tailor treatment to individuals' needs.
(617) 600-0208
Mary Louise Mesquita, Counselor  in Boston
“Psychotherapy can be a very useful resource. I would be more than happy to meet with you, evaluate your presenting symptoms and issues, and help you determine how best to use therapy to meet your objectives. Increasing your awareness about what you need and want is the first step towards meeting those needs and desires. We can take a short-term, highly focused, strategy-oriented approach, or work on an ongoing basis which allows for a more comprehensive understanding and processing of patterns of behavior and relationship dynamics.
(617) 281-4103
Erin K Schaefer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you feeling stuck in a certain pattern of thoughts or behaviors that you find worrisome or troubling? Perhaps you are feeling overwhelmed in your life and are beginning to wonder if you may benefit from some additional support. I have worked and trained in a variety of mental health settings including residental, partial hospitaliation and intensive outpatient, medical hospitals and college campuses.
(516) 272-4717
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
Paul E Lynch, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I work in a variety of ways in talk therapy to help you get what you want out of therapy. Most often that involves getting relief from painful emotional symptoms, improving personal relationships, becoming more productive in work, and being freed to take more pleasure from life. Therapy can also help you to gain greater control over your life, or change lifelong ways of coping that just aren't working as well as you'd like.
(617) 446-3003
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Boston have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Boston you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Boston and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Boston or family therapy in Boston.

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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.