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Therapists in Boston

Stuart N Simon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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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
Allison B Karthaus, Psychologist  in Boston
“In today's busy world, it's hard to find peace of mind. Many of us as a result, are overly stressed and experience negative effects of that stress, such as anxiety and depression. I believe that seeking help and opening up to another individual takes a great deal of bravery. Because of that, I have a tremendous amount of respect for the individuals I work with. As a counseling psychologist and registered yoga teacher, I approach mental health from a wellness perspective aiming to help clients find meaning and fulfillment in their lives.
(617) 934-2876
Robert Haas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, MA
“I am trained in cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approaches to psychotherapy. The more you learn to connect with self and others, the greater your capacity and possibility for living a life of ease, contentment and empowerment. Connection is at the heart of health and wealth. Once you feel safe in connection the possibilities are endless.
(617) 262-6269
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
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
Hanneke Antonelli,   in Boston
“I believe that life is too short to invest time and effort in a job or a relationship that's not 100% for you. I am here to empower you to be decisive and strategic so you can get that next big promotion and choose relationships you can flourish in. In our sessions together, you bring your agenda and your enthusiastic unique self. I bring my experience and authentic style. Together we'll explore your personal values, beliefs, goals and dreams. We will focus completely on you and put your needs first.
(646) 760-1917
Andrew E Ferrante, Counselor  in Boston
“In helping to work through anxiety and depression my approach fosters greater self-awareness as a means toward overcoming harmful behavioral and emotional repetitions. My clients are typically intelligent professionals or students struggling with stress and transitional issues.
(617) 682-9258
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
Rhea D Antonio, Psychologist  in Boston
“Life experiences, transitions, and relationships provide both an opportunity to be challenged and to grow. In my practice, I welcome adults, couples, adolescents and families who wish to improve the quality of any dimension of their lives - from professional, family and parenting relationships to emotional, interpersonal, or physical challenges. Drawing upon specialized training focused on gaining insight (psychodynamic), building skills to manage emotions and behaviors (cognitive behavioral) and understanding relationships (family systems/relational), I work closely with individuals to develop understanding and identify goals that address the distinct factors that may be inhibiting life pursuits or interfering with personal, academic, or professional satisfaction and success.
(617) 307-4149
Laura Christine Joyce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BA
“I believe in helping my clients live their dreams and reach their goals despite the stressors or past that they may have experienced. In my past five years as a therapist I have worked predominantly with young adults in their 20s and 30s (in a private practice), and youth ages 7-17. I have extensive experience with adolescents and children struggling with various issues. I genuinely love working with people and welcome them into my office for effective short term and long term therapy. Please email me at LauraJoyceLICSW@gmail.com with questions!
(617) 390-4144
Eva Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MED
“I appreciate the feelings that go into making that first call, ranging from apprehension, determination, or crisis. Many of us have been at a place when we face something important in our lives, and we feel that we don't have the tools to deal with it. Therapy starts with the acknowledgement of the problem. Some therapy is about helping to gain insight into the origins of an issue, and finding ways to resolve it; some therapy stays focused on solving a specific problem. Some therapy spans through a couple of years, some reaches its conclusion in just a few months.
(617) 500-8134
Ash Turnbull, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Many people find it hard to allow others to listen to, care for and support them. It can be even harder to do this with someone you have never met before. I work to make this process easier by welcoming you into my office with warmth, interest, and acceptance. I hope to help you identify patterns of behavior that keep you stuck, feeling misunderstood or unfulfilled in relationships. In our first few sessions, my focus will be to create a safe, affirming and calming space where you can talk as much as you like or find comfort in silence.
(617) 505-1118
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
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, C-ASWCM
“My approach in the psychotherapy realtionship involves developing an alliance that facilitates healing, alleviates distress and introduces management and coping to transform that which has been most difficult in one's inner and outer life. The experience of distress is universal for each of us at one time or another, and to varying degrees. I believe it is a gift we give to ourselves to share our burden in a healing interpersonal relationship with a trained professional invested in fulfillment of the best life we were meant to live. I would be honored to be considered that healing professional.
(617) 855-7408
Paula Zerfoss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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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
Dr. Monica O'Neal Psychologist/Relationship Expert, Psychologist  in Boston
“I'm in the heart of the Back Bay, treating young professionals, students, internationals, and your typical busy Bostonian. I have also been playfully called "Boston's Relationship Doctor" by patients and colleagues. As a clinician, I value collaboration in addressing your current stressors, identifying the things you would like to change in your life, and most importantly, fostering insight of how things have come to be. Through our work together, you'll become aware of the things that are interfering with feeling better, which will empower you to use your strengths to make changes while moving forward.
(857) 654-3775
Martin Plovnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Over 25 years I have worked with a broad range of clients with presenting problems from depression and anxiety to attention deficit, relationship and work issues. A major part of my practice is treatment of addiction-substance abuse, sexual addiction, gambling, compulsive overeating. I enjoy working with couples and families as well as individual adults and adolescents. College mental health is another area of interest. Depending on your needs and interest, my treatment approach encompasses problem solving, behavioral change, reflection and insight all in the context of a supportive and respectful therapeutic relationship.
(617) 237-6941
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
Sid Mondell, Psychologist  in Boston
“I have been operating a general clinical practice serving adults, adolescents, children, families, and couples for over 20 years. My professional orientation is client-centered and problem solving/solution focused integrating cognitive and family systems approaches. My services offered include brief treatment, intermittent treatment, longer term treatment, individual, couples, and family therapy. Referral problems typically include mood disorders, relationship problems, parenting problems, family adjustment problems, trauma and abuse issues, anxiety disorders, loss and bereavement issues, marital issues and post-divorce adjustment, and adolescent behavior problems.
(617) 338-9533
Katie Ray-Mendoza, Counselor  in Boston
“I have experience working in various mental health settings, providing individual, couples, and family psychotherapy as well as early childhood intervention and crisis intervention. I have extensive training in the impacts of trauma and loss. Furthermore, I am a trained yoga instructor and specialize in integrating traditional psychotherapy with body awareness when relevant. However, I also believe in working collaboratively with the client to create a therapy plan that works best for the individual.
(256) 280-3416

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.