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Therapists in Boston

Tanya Ross, Counselor  in Boston
“For the past fifteen years, even before I achieved my license in mental health counseling I have been committed to social services and the helping profession; I have counseled for the Dept of Youth Services,higher education, after school programs, community clinics and partial hospital programs. I enjoy working with any adult, college student, senior, child, parent, teenager who is ready to become empowered and make positive change.
(508) 500-5026
Joel E. Friedman, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 20 years' experience working with individuals, couples and groups. My approach to psychotherapy is to create a safe, nonjudgmental environment where clients can be themselves. My clients include professionals and students who want to work on concerns including: unsatisfying relationships, anxiety, depression, conflict with families or friends, breakups, loss, difficult workplace situations, codependence and loneliness. I strive to help each client develop his/her own skills to reach their goals. I tailor my approach to each person's or couple's unique needs, to help clients develop more fulfilling lives.
(617) 396-7636
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
Kurt Fabian, Counselor  in Boston
“APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE FOR NEW PATIENTS, INCLUDING SATURDAYS. Have you ever wondered why you react to people in a certain way or repeat negative patterns in your life? Talking through these experiences with someone can lead to more fulfilling relationships, more self-control and a more meaningful life.
(610) 285-9784
Paula Zerfoss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“People experience me as a therapist who is extremely warm, yet able to relate in a straightforward and compassionate way. I am Certified in EFT (Dr. Sue Johnson's framework)and use it to help couples achieve the intimacy they may have lost to frustrating cycles of arguing and distancing, which worsen the longer they continue. I specialize in couple therapy, family therapy and individual therapy as well as issues of relationship distress. I supervise therapists using EFT for couples. This method has been extensively researched, has a 73% total success rate and a 90% rate of relief of distress.
(857) 342-3184
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
Edouard Fontenot, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who has been helping patients improve their lives for nearly 15 years. I offer psychotherapy, consultation and coaching for individuals and couples. My focus is on helping persons to feel free, rather than trapped, and to be more connected with others so that they can achieve what they hope for in life, work, and relationships. I work from an integrative stance which incorporates psychodynamic, cognitive and health psychology perspectives. I have experience working with individuals and couples from many ethnic, racial and class backgrounds, as well as of different sexual orientations.
(617) 674-1468
Jesse Chasman, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical neuropsychologist who provides neuropsychological assessments for adults with neurological conditions and medical illnesses that compromise cognition. My specialty is in the assessment of cognitive and behavioral changes associated with neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, that can affect memory and other cognitive functions. I also have specialized training in the assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, learning disorders, and mood/psychiatric illness. I conduct comprehensive assessments of cognitive, psychological and academic functioning, and provide clients with detailed feedback about test results, diagnostic impressions, and recommendations.
(617) 440-3948
Liza Berkowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe that therapy is a journey fostered by curiosity. It is a place for exploration, reflection, healing, and growth. Relationships are the building blocks for people's emotional lives, but often early relationships or experiences and traumatic events create pain or doubt about ourselves. We carry these experiences with us throughout the course of our lives, and they can impact the way we think, feel, and behave. Therapy is an opportunity to gain a greater awareness of why we struggle and to discover and explore the roots of our discomfort with a safe and supportive person.
(617) 431-2950
Ben Kudler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Carl Jung once said, "the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being." I offer compassionate and custom-tailored individual and couples therapy to people seeking to make meaning of their experiences, to advance their self-understanding, and to improve the quality of their lives. Through an eclectic approach that combines my background in strengths-based psychodynamic training with behavioral techniques (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), I use an interactive style to help you clarify the root of struggles, identify barriers, and create pathways to move forward.
(617) 229-7228
Guy R. Croteau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Offering individual, group and couples therapy, I have a broad spectrum of experiences as a psychotherapist with diverse clients, including gay, lesbian, transgender individuals and couples. I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist. After many years in Community Mental Health (North Suffolk Mental Health and Fenway Health), my therapeutic approach is from a person-in-society perspective. I am honored to provide support, practical feedback and encouragement that effectively address personal life challenges.
(617) 208-4394
Wayne Frieden, Counselor  in Boston
“Many people today experience symptoms of anxiety and/or depression and difficulties with relationships. I help individuals and couples understand the nature of their concerns and free themselves of negative beliefs and extreme behaviors to create positive change in their lives. Our work together will tap into a source of inner strength that can lead to more meaningful communication, effective ways to resolve conflicts, and healthier relationships. Internal changes lead to external changes. Through clarity, confidence, and compassion for self and others we have the capacity to make positive choices and heal ourselves. The therapeutic relationship can make this happen.
(781) 352-2155
Crane Therapeutic Services, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“We believe that it takes strength and courage to seek therapy. We are a small group of clinicians who provide a safe, non-judgmental space to explore attitudes and beliefs /patterns which get in the way of accomplishing your full potential and engaging fully in of life. We utilize a more holistic, mind-body approach to treatment, weaving together techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, IFS, mindfulness/acceptance and yoga therapy to connect you with your "true, inner self", something which we often lose touch with as we go about our lives in this often fast-paced, unpredictable and stressful world.
(508) 659-4613
Robyn Kervick, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical neuropsychologist in our Back Bay, Boston office. I joined CPA in 2004 and now serve as the Clinical Director of Neuropsychology. As the leader of our neuropsychology team, I works closely with all of the CPA neuropsychologists and lead the weekly clinical team meeting. In addition, I provide neuropsychological evaluations for adults with neurological disorders, medical conditions, pain-related disorders, ADHD, learning disorders and other conditions that impact cognitive functioning. I conduct comprehensive assessments of cognitive, psychological and academic functioning, and provide clients with detailed feedback about test results, diagnostic impressions, and recommendations.
(617) 259-1895
Ira D Rudolph, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am an experienced licensed psychologist with an office on Newbury Street in Boston who specializes in short-term goal directed psychotherapy and cognitive-behavior therapy for the treatment of depression, anxiety, social anxiety, relationship issues, breaking up, and low self-esteem. My current areas of interest include: assertiveness training, overcoming social anxiety, resolving fears of abandonment, trust, and rejection, overcoming self-criticism and perfectionism, and facing fear of change.
(617) 440-3982
Yael Assaf-Gruzman, Art Therapist  in Boston
“We all face challenges and could use extra support at times. I would like to offer you a safe non-judgmental place, where you can express, communicate and explore your inner-world and deep needs through creative means. No prior artistic experience is needed to benefit from the healing power of expressive art. Art is a universal language of the mind that speaks through images & symbols and allows verbal and beyond words communication. A variety of classic & non-traditional art materials will be available for you at the art therapy studio to encourage and support you in your creative expression.
(617) 860-2831
Geoffry McEnany, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boston
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Psychiatric Nurse, PhD, PMHCNS, BC
“People seek help during periods of crisis, times of transition or change, and while navigating the challenges of maintaining health. I believe that the role of a skillful clinician is to provide excellent and thorough ongoing assessment and effective intervention, taking into consideration culture, gender and life circumstances. My approach to treatment is client-centered and I offer strategies to symptom management that are based in current knowledge. I have specialized training in sleep and its relationship to psychiatric illnesses. Inadequate management of disordered sleep and daytime sleepiness yields poorer clinical outcomes and the risk of worsening symptoms over time.
(617) 580-8161
“I liken psychotherapy with being a combination of private detective and sanitation engineer. Therapy is the process whereby you seek out truths and understanding, and throw away what isn't working. And then it's important to build something better. I think the goal of therapy is to have self-awareness and understanding that you approach the world in an authentic way. As a benefit, this creates happiness. I don't have all the answers, but I have a good idea what questions to ask. And that guides us to understanding and resolution to the problems you are seeking help for.
(617) 943-5572
Center for Effective Child Therapy, Treatment Facility  in Boston
“The Center for Effective Child Therapy at Judge Baker provides mental health assessments and focused short-term treatments for children and their families. We use only "evidence-based treatments," such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), that have been scientifically proven to work. At CECT, we continually monitor your child's progress in order to individualize treatment and maximize gains. We do this by both using proven assessment tools and listening closely to the children and families we work with, ensuring that everyone takes an active part in goal-setting and treatment. These careful assessments help us go far beyond a child's diagnosis; we can focus on what the child and family hope to change. One of our primary goals is to help children develop resiliency - an internal sense of stability that allows them to face the challenges of daily life. It's the sense of empowerment children have when they realize they have control over their feelings and behavior, and enhances their ability to grow and thrive.
(617) 936-7250
“I am a clinical psychologist and work with women and men with struggles with depression, anxiety, relationship or family difficulties, work-life balance, problems with body image, food, or weight, and other problems. I work with adults of all ages going through transitions, people who would like to understand how their past affects them now, and people who are feeling stuck or overwhelmed. My goal is to help you address symptoms and problems that interfere with your life and relationships and cause you distress, and to help you gain more insight into yourself and your thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns.
(617) 584-2895

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.