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Therapists in Boston

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
Pat Arroyo, Psychologist  in Boston
“Having 20+ years of clinical experience, I provide counseling in Boston's Financial District. In private counseling, you can reveal yourself and leverage your strengths to be your very best. My clientele are successful professionals who are motivated to address important relationship, family, parenting, career, wellness, and life concerns. Helping clients with depression, anxiety or a life crisis such as divorce or a relationship break-up are common concerns. "This really helped," " I have a new perspective," or "I tried this and it worked in my relationship" are common feedback from my clients.
(617) 869-4641
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
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
Aline P Zoldbrod, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a gifted sex, couples and individual therapist with a national and international reputation. Author of 3 commercially published books, I have been cited by my peers in the literature on sexuality and relationships since 1992. My book SexSmart: How Your Childhood Shaped Your Sexual Life and What to Do About It is an award winning book that can help you sort out mysteries about why you feel the way you do about relationships and sexuality. All the information you would ever want to know is on my two websites, http://www.sexsmart.com and http://bostonsexualaddictiontherapy.com.
(781) 350-4454
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
Lucy Barts M. D., Psychiatrist  in Boston
“As a Board certified psychiatrist I assess and treat problems related to mood, anxiety, stress or personal issues, trauma, substance use, behavior, and attention. As a therapist trained in classical and emerging therapies, I approach these problems gently and with greatest compassion, while carefully considering someone's life experiences, character traits, emotional reactions and behavioral patterns. I work together with my patients to understand the many aspects of their symptoms, and together we arrive at an appropriate plan to move forward.
(617) 307-7442
Alessandra Urbano, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individual therapy, couples counseling, and group therapy for adults in downtown Boston and Brookline, MA. My approach to therapy is both theory and research driven, relies heavily on forming an honest and trusting therapeutic relationship, and draws upon a combination of relational, insight oriented, and emotion focused therapies. I believe that a combination of insight (i.e., self awareness building) and strategies for improved coping and relational functioning (i.e., skill building) tailored for the unique needs of each client provides a strong foundation for effective therapy.
(617) 830-7724
“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
Russell W Lowe, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, ADC, MPsy, PsyaD
“There is nothing harder than starting every day with the feeling that nothing is ever going to change and what's the use in trying? Whether caused by addiction to drugs or alcohol or life issues, please call me. Together we can do what you can't do alone or with the well meant advice of your friends and relatives. I would like to meet you and help you get started on the rest of your life with an understanding of how you came to the place you feel stuck in and how to move on to a better tomorrow.
(617) 682-9233
Tsana Dimanin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“It takes a lot of courage and commitment to look for a therapist for your family or your child, so first of all, it is wonderful you have gotten this far. The families and children I see are resilient and wanting things to improve, which means different things to each of them, and I'm here to help figure out how to do that. I aim to do the same with you, to work collaboratively with you and your child/family to find out what would really work at home and in your everyday lives.
(617) 431-5490
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
Jenai Wu, Ph.D. Psychology + Culture, Psychologist  in Boston
“I enjoy learning about people and talking to them. I realize that coming to see a therapist and opening up is an act of trust, and not always easy. I appreciate that trust very much, and hope to deserve that trust and to make the contact useful to the patient. I have been in practice for almost 20 years. After finishing my professional Ph.D. training at Northwestern University's School of Medicine, I felt that psychoanalysis was one of the theoretical and clinical approaches that most deeply understood the emotional lives of persons, and their motivations.
(617) 682-9200
Emma Schmidt, Counselor  in Boston
“As a certified sex therapist I am dedicated to working with sexual concerns. People with sexual problems are as common as four out of ten women and three out of ten men according to the American Medical Association. Concerns such as premature ejaculation, desire problems, pain during sex, pornography issues and frequency expectations, are all common problems that can affect your relationships and your self esteem. Also, people look for sex therapy as a means to resolve conflicts surrounding sex life, or for improving communication during sex. Sex therapy can benefit not only couples, but singles, parents, kids, and families.
(617) 286-6067
Louise Auchincloss Kenyon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“Psychotherapy is a process of self discovery and change, at times challenging but ultimately profound and rewarding. In my practice I provide an atmosphere of respect, warmth and curiosity to help my clients explore their feelings, understand the dynamics of their past and begin to live a more fulfilling life less burdened by old patterns and painful symptoms. I provide psychotherapy to adults (individuals and couples) and adolescents.
(617) 381-4464
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in practice for over 10 years having completed my clinical training in NYC and Boston. I work collaboratively with clients, ranging from college age and up, to better understand and treat a range of issues. My areas of expertise include: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, coping with medical issues, stress management, dealing with life transitions, acculturation issues, caregiver stress, and issues of self-esteem. Although my approach is primarily insight-oriented therapy, I incorporate different modalities of treatment depending on what is helpful for the particular client.
(617) 651-1846
Elizabeth Byrne Stults, Counselor  in Boston
“As a licensed mental health therapist, I endeavor to guide my clients as they achieve their goals. I establish a comfortable, open and safe environment in which clients learn, grow and implement change. Through varied work with clients of all ages, I offer extensive concentration in a variety of modalities and tailor my approach to each individual. I employ Cognitive Behavior Therapy as a primary framework - seeking to reframe perspectives and thus alter future thought processes and actions. Depending on the client's specific needs and level of comfort, I also employ Motivational Interviewing, Psycho-Education, Art Therapy and Mindfulness.
(617) 249-3839
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
Kurt Fabian, Counselor  in Boston
“APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE FOR NEW PATIENTS. 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
Lauren Carter Ledbetter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I offer my clients a safe, warm environment and work to collaborate with them in therapy. I believe that change is possible and through therapy, people can be successful in shaping their lives for the better. I have 10 years experience in the field of mental health and dual diagnosis. My approach to therapy is more eclectic but I remain committed to using cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness in my practice. I will work with my clients towards creating a life that feels more positive, satisfying, and productive.
(617) 600-5962

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.