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Therapists in Boston

Adam Glick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with a wide range of presenting issues and my style is interactive, authentic and strength-based. I strive to help my clients feel better about themselves, to live authentically and to understand the factors and issues that may prevent them from feeling able to live their lives to their full potential. I value the power of deep listening, empathy and validation of experience while also providing a sense of hope and the courage and skills to achieve positive change.
(617) 237-6727
Joseph Yeretsian, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I work closely with individuals coping with anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and work-related challenges, and I offer counseling for couples and families.
(617) 507-1472
Claudio O. Toppelberg, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am an experienced and broadly-trained child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist, usually working with ages 4-30. I have expertise in autism and the range of developmental/ learning disabilities, including language-based- and nonverbal- LD. I run psychiatric services at an excellent school for autistic children/adolescents, the prestigious New England Center for Children. I also treat those suffering from ADHD, depression, trauma, stress, anxiety, and selective mutism. I can help with emotional/ behavioral issues preventing weight loss. I also treat difficulties in competitive/ competent work, study or sports performance, e.g., in student and professional athletes, such as tour-level tennis players.
(617) 681-7184
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
Steve Cadwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, CGT, LICSW
“I focus where YOU are: your strengths, vulnerabilities, and where you're stuck. You'll learn how your symptoms (eg. depression, anxiety, isolation, or failed relationships) may be connected with early experience; like not fitting in with family or peers or society. You'll discover vital new ways of relating. I have a general practice in which I work with men and women, straight and gay and bisexuall.
(617) 329-1982
Feyza Marouf, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am a Harvard and MGH affiliated psychiatrist with a private practice in the Back Bay. I offer highly individualized care in a compassionate, intelligent, creative environment. My style is warm and interactive with a focus on trust and openness. My expertise includes the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy to address fluctuations in mood, feelings of dissatisfaction in relationships or at work, and questions of identity and low self-esteem. I also offer careful, expert medication management for treatment of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and attentional disorders. I have a particular interest in cross-cultural patients.
(617) 674-1420
Douglas M Katz, Psychologist  in Boston
“My practice focuses on treating adults experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and sexual dysfunction. My approach combines practical guidance, education, and problem solving, along with facilitating insight into the roots of unwanted behavioral, emotional, and relationship patterns.
(857) 363-2594
Deborah Bluestone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Almost everyone I see for the first time simply wants to feel better. They are tired of being alone with their burdens and would like help with the problems that they are facing. My hope is to offer people a relationship in which they can be truly known and heard. I am an active and curious listener and hope to engage people to become more curious about themselves as they find the changes they are seeking. It is my responsibility to hold the hope as we move forward together.
(617) 500-6127
Tim Ridge, Counselor  in Boston
“Are you dealing with relationship/intimacy difficulties, symptoms of anxiety or depression academic or career questions, life transitions (such as college and post-college), trauma/PTSD? Not easy. Reaching one's full potential is a lifelong pursuit. Life is filled with challenges, requiring work and courage. My approach is collaborative, non-judgmental, focusing on helping people deal with personal and professional challenges, understanding past and present influences but with an eye on future directions. I enjoy working with couples, children, adolescents, adults, families, and individual clients of different ages.
(781) 990-0825
Maria Mellano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“INTEGRAL PSYCHOTHERAPY PRACTICE Integral Psychotherapy: grounded in a holistic, experiential and dynamic approach, I integrate complimentary therapies to guide clients more deeply into themselves. Moving from within, healing and self-reformation unfold. Healing evolves through awareness of one's tendencies perpetuating patterns that bring pain. With awareness and skillful means learned and applied in connection comes renewed inspiration, expression, and overall coping. My style is to co-create a therapy relationship based on collaboration, compassion and effectiveness. From this comes clarity of Self. With perseverance, the therapy process unfolds transforming your desire for relief and change into authentic growth.
(857) 284-7237
Susan Margolis, Psychologist  in Boston
“The decision to begin therapy can be a challenging one. Often it is preceded by attempts to manage difficult life circumstances on one's own. In hearing clients' stories, I am continually impressed and humbled by the resilience of the human spirit. I view therapy as a collaborative process in which clients are encouraged to explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a supportive, nonjudgmental, and compassionate setting.
(617) 751-6132
Mary Anderson, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the area of health psychology/behavioral medicine. With an empathic style and collaborative problem-solving approach, I assist clients who are coping with the stress of living with significant illness and/or chronic health issues, such as: obesity, overeating issues, preparation for bariatric surgery, diabetes, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, headaches, insomnia, gastrointestinal issues, irritable bowel syndrome, respiratory issues, cardiac issues, cancer, HIV/AIDS, organ transplantation, dialysis, and degenerative medical conditions.
(617) 294-5684
“I work with people in a collaborative way and focus on problems in the present. I try to develop insights that will free up decision-making, and unlock potential, in personal life and at work.
(617) 423-7335
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
Sharon A Chirban, Psychologist  in Boston
“In my practice I always attempt to provide an atmosphere of warmth and support. I value a real relationship with my clients and feel that our rapport is the basis of good work together. While I treat chronic eating disorders, I also work with executives on personal/work life balance, divorce and substance abuse. I blend insight oriented work with teaching coping skills for life.
(978) 337-6095
Dale Young, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a psychologist practicing for over 20 years. My approach is to listen to you, understand the difficulties you have, and develop a way that we can work together so that you are able to deal with the issues that matter to you. I will talk with you. I work--mostly--with people with depression, anxiety, and/or trauma and help people who feel unhappy with themselves and/or who are having difficulties with others. I also work with people who feel they are not dealing well with changes in their life or believe they need to make changes.
(617) 607-3037
Nancy D Rubbico, Counselor  in Boston
“Nancy Rubbico provides a safe, encouraging environment where individuals, couples, and groups share their concerns and learn new communication and coping skills. These sessions will improve understanding of emotional triggers, help reduce daily stress and feelings of isolation, and increase self-awareness and competencies. The goal of this work is to have clarity about your needs, to have healthy relationships and to feel empowered in your life choices. Our work, together, is to examine what feels suffocating, constraining, or unsatisfying, and to slowly peel away all that is holding you in a state of distress.
(339) 309-0419
Chini Chan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC
“We all get stuck at certain points in life, in career, and in relationship, feeling powerless, aimless, and not knowing how to move on... I invite you to launch a journey of self-exploration with me in a positive, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment in which you will be re-discovering your potential and strength, finding new meaning in life, breaking through the chains and barriers, feeling rejuvenated and recharged.
(617) 401-8493
Jane Thorbeck, Psychologist  in Boston
“I find that most people who come to my office are in distress, and they want to feel better. First we try to ease the distress; then we try to understand more about what is causing it. Few things help more in this process than a relationship with a trusted and helpful advisor. Problems such as anxiety, loss, depression, poor self esteem, and difficulty in complex relationships can be solved given the right mix of time, talk, and support. Most people I see are grateful for the relief and valuable insight they gain into their own situations.
(617) 765-4926
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individual therapy for a wide array of adults in downtown Boston, MA. I am specialized in the delivery of evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy for a wide range of issues including, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders and depression. Therapeutic techniques that I frequently use include exposure and response prevention and cognitive-therapy, as well as mindfulness based strategies. I highly value the therapeutic relationship and believe that it can be instrumental in the treatment process. I work with each individual to assess and meet their therapeutic goals as fully as possible.
(617) 756-5589
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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.