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Therapists in Boston

Guy R. Croteau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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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
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
Wynn Schwartz, Psychologist  in Boston
“Everyone has strengths and vulnerabilities that need to be empathically recognized and understood for there to be realistic change. My job is to create a safe place where individuals and couples explore their current or long standing problems in order to find realistic solutions. A significant part of this involves carefully and mutually developing an appreciation of people's actual qualities and circumstances. I work with people in crisis or who sense they have patterns of living that could benefit from a clear understanding and want an expert and experienced partner to help facilitate their desired change.
(617) 440-7942
Margie Magraw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a very engaged, active therapist. I enjoy the practical while trying to understand the systemic and root nature of a problem. I'm interested in a work relationship that is collaborative, drawing on the expertise and strengths of the client. . I tend to see many different kind of couples in my practice. I like teaching couples via the ideas of the Imago technique: a different way to communicate through the " stuck places"- but with a different outcome. I enjoy the work and believe that couples can find a way back to each other and their "better selves."
(617) 229-6825
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
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
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
Rebekah L. Roulier  in Boston
“Not currently taking new clients. For Doc Wayne Youth Services please call: 617-801-4604. Dual training in sport/performance psychology and psychotherapy has allowed me to specialize in sports-based therapies to assist youth in achieving their life goals. I strongly believe in the mind/body connection as well as finding the joyful moments of therapy. I serve youth and their families and/or support systems across Massachusetts. In group work, I provide the dynamic tools that help youth grow, heal, feel empowered and ultimately reach for their goals.
(617) 936-8975
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
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
Renee Hoekstra, Psychologist  in Boston
“Extreme emotions? As the intensity of emotions increase, our ability to problem solve, track information, think clearly, and stay organized can decrease. This can create problems in other areas of our lives- including the way we think (ie, focusing on the threat), the way we organize behavior (extreme reactions), and the way we interact with other people (how we handle relationships with stressed). Being able to regulate the intensity of emotional arousal can help us solve additional problems (ie, stress/ conflict). www.reneehoekstra.com. (Here are tips for holiday stress: http://tinyurl.com/pr4vzk9)
(617) 860-3269
Joann Toporowski, Psychologist  in Boston
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, negative self-talk, a vexing habit, or relationship problems? Are you repeating the same negative behaviors, knowing they're not working, but not knowing how to stop? Anyone can make changes to his/her life, but it can feel so overwhelming and daunting to face problems alone. You don't have to be alone. I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides individual and couples' therapy. I supply a safe, caring, nonjudgmental space to explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that lead to that feeling of being stuck.
(805) 259-3427
Brittany J. Hartman, Counselor  in Boston
“In therapy, Brittany maintains an integrative approach, incorporating Cognitive-Behavioral, Narrative and Solution-Focused therapies. She also places strong emphasis on self-care and mindfulness. Brittany appreciates the importance of "being" with clients wherever they are in their journey. She feels honored and excited to witness clients' self-discovery of their own "inner-expert" through the therapeutic process.
(617) 648-5896
Lindsay White, Psychologist  in Boston
“I provide individual psychotherapy for clients of varying ages, ethnicities, and presenting problems. Taking into account the specific needs of each client, my theoretical orientation includes elements of cognitive-behavioral, relational, and family systems therapy. I believe that by developing a warm, empathic therapeutic relationship, each client is capable of working toward positive change and self-growth.
(617) 977-3190
Kinga A. Pastuszak, Psychologist  in Boston
“WELCOME.What brings someone to therapy is always deeply personal and deeply compelling. Such an experience is unique, and complex. Thus to fully acknowledge, validate, and to understand requires skillful integration of listening, empathy, theoretical knowledge, clinical acumen, compassion and, most of all, willingness to fully engage in the process. I am a seasoned clinician well-versed in a variety of therapeutic approaches. This offers each person I work with an approach that is individually tailored to your unique goals, needs, and challenges. Inherent in this process is open dialogue so we maximize the efficacy of our work together.
(617) 765-4064
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
Dorian Mintzer, Psychologist  in Boston
“I have over 40+ years of exerience as a therapist and life/retirement transtion coach and money and relationship coach, working with individuals and couples in the "boomers and beyond" population dealing with finding their "voice" and navigating the "second half of life." I am noted for my warmth, humor, and strong belief in the value of people and the importance of living life as fully as possible.I am a Licensed Third Age Coach, a 2Young2Retire Certified Facilitator and a Licensed Life Change Coach. I also work with college students and adults with ADD and life transition issues.
(617) 702-2354
Kellyann Langdon, Counselor  in Boston
“Life's journey can be full of crisis, loss and trauma. This can create fear, patterns of behavior, relationship issues, low self-esteem and addictions. If these problems are left unresolved, it can lead to physical illness, mental health problems and a weakened spirit. I provide my clients with a safe, nurturing and positive environment where trust is easily built within the therapeutic relationship. I work with my client's to create harmony, health and joy in their life. I offer support with exploring their own strengths and wisdom as I believe that the key to self-awareness is unveiling what one already knows.
(617) 340-2601
lauren Scott, Counselor  in Boston
“Welcome! I am a licensed mental health clinician who will provide you with a safe, nonjudgmental, and respectful environment. You will feel supported to work through any challenging issues you are faced with. My goal is to meet you where you are and work with you to develop greater insight into your circumstance, relationship, symptom, or transition and to provide concrete tools to help you to live a happier and healthier life.
(617) 821-6173
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

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.