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Therapists in Boston

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
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
Sarah Santoro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, RYT
“Getting help during difficult times can allow for greater life satisfaction, including at work and in personal relationships. As a psychotherapist I provide supportive counseling that encourages exploration of problems from a compassionate and non-judgmental perspective. I help people gain increased understanding of how change, loss, relationship problems, and stress can impact functioning, while learning new ways to cope with these issues effectively. Collaboration is central to my work, including working together to define goals and carefully monitoring progress throughout the course of treatment.
(617) 910-4301
Luana Bessa, Psychologist  in Boston
“I approach individual psychotherapy and couples counseling from a strengths-based perspective, which is integrative and draws from a variety of models including relational, psychodynamic, and family systems models. I also integrate mindfulness-based, cognitive behavioral, and dialectical behavioral techniques into treatment as appropriate. I work collaboratively with my clients to develop a tailored treatment plan that takes into account the particular needs and values of each client. I strive to provide a warm and authentic therapeutic space in which clients can develop a greater understanding of themselves and their relationships, and work toward therapeutic and life goals more effectively.
(617) 337-3493
Lori Stern, Psychologist  in Boston
“The most important factor in choosing a therapist or counselor, once you have established their credentials, is to select someone you are comfortable talking to. Studies show that the quality of the relationship can be more important to the outcome than the treatment modality. For this reason, I try to establish an understanding, collaborative and interactive approach, and I am happy to offer an initial 10--15 minute phone consultation at no charge to you, before setting up our first meeting, You should always feel free to ask me any questions you may have.
(617) 936-7288
“I work with clients to move away from technical solution to making shifts by understanding the adaptive (or the work at the center) challenge which they present. I have had the opportunity to work with people across the lifespan of development from various cultures, backgrounds, and life circumstances. I also consult regularly with for profit, nonprofit, and government agencies on how to create humane organizations.
(617) 841-8599
Tara P Vilk, Counselor  in Boston
“We all deserve to have satisfying relationships with ourselves and others. Sometimes however, things get in the way. We may be unaware of the motivations behind our actions. I specialize in facilitating a safe environment in which these motivations and emotions can be expressed, understood, and worked through. This gained self awareness can lead to improved relationships to oneself and others, while working to achieve one's full potential in life.
(774) 314-6721
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
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
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
Boston ASAP, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Boston Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs, better known as Boston ASAP, is an outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment clinic. We are CARF Accredited and licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to provide mental health, substance abuse, gambling, and anger management counseling. The agency employs an expert multidisciplinary treatment team that delivers a wide variety of culturally responsive services.
(617) 396-7613
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
Michael LoGuidice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MEd
“My approach to therapy is strengths-based and client-centered. No two people are the same. My initial role is to listen and learn who you are and what you need. It is also my role to provide guidance and to commit to recognizing your unique abilities. My clients describe me as warm, insightful, active, non judgmental, curious, humorous, and practical. Seeking a therapist can be intimidating, but it does not have to be. In order to allow for you to be truly open to seeing whether we are a good match, I offer a free consultation.
(646) 681-7946
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
“I believe that people come to psychotherapy to deal with change. This might be a change that you want to make, or a change that you need to accept. Often we don't make changes till the wolf is at the door, threatening to blow the house down! My expertise is in helping people challenge the wolf by accessing the parts of themselves that make growth possible. To do this, we need to search out the obstacles that block you from becoming the person you want to be. I try to provide a supportive, caring and structured environment to explore and overcome these obstacles.
(508) 306-4344
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
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
Aimee Falchuk, Counselor  in Boston
Counselor, MPH, MEd, RYT
“The process of healing is a dynamic one. I view health as the integration of mind, body, emotions, will and spirit in their true free flowing form. When any aspect of ourselves is blocked by distorted beliefs, defenses, self will and physical holding of the musculature we are unable to live our fullest experience of life. My approach utilizes cognitive and body oriented work as well as spiritual concepts with the goal of increasing energy and consciousness. Our aim in this work is to expand our capacity to love, self express, physically move, and to claim our purpose and connection.
(646) 759-2794
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
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

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.

How to find a specialist?
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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.