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Therapists in Boston

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
“In my practice I strive to individualize our work to fit each client's, couples' or family's needs. My approaches include relational therapy, trauma focused treatment, mindfulness practices, affect and developmental understandings among others. I place high value in confidentiality and creating a "good fit". I believe strongly in safe, discussed, pacing of treatment through interactive work. I make strong commitments to my work with clients and value highly the unique needs of each individual. I have worked in this field for over 30 years.
(617) 229-6840
Jonathan German, Counselor  in Boston
“All human beings have within themselves the capacity for living happy, meaningful lives. We are meant to thrive, however it is quite common for distressing life experiences to interfere with our natural way of being. Sometimes obstacles are known to us, but have been resistant to change. Others remain hidden, but what we do notice clearly are psychological and emotional symptoms of distress (depression, fear and anxiety, emotional reactivity, irritability, addictions, etc.). These symptoms can significantly impact our quality of life, and almost always cause problems in relationships.
(617) 203-2172
Dr. Tomasz Vav, Counselor  in Boston
“In my experience, life is better, easier, and more pleasurable if you have someone that understands you, sees it from your point of view, and helps you navigate through it. Therapy starts with understanding problems and working together to find the best solutions. Ultimately, success depends on the client's motivation and the therapist's creativity.
(617) 446-3269
Kathleen M Goldblatt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Being able to feel comfortable with your therapist is one of 3 key ingredients to change--along with motivation and a willingness to learn about yourself. I provide an atmosphere of acceptance and collaboration for clients, whatever the problem, so that we can work together to alleviate symptoms, solve problems and live more authentically. I believe that we each have an innate healing potential and an inner wisdom that is asking to be discovered. In our initial meeting I encourage clients to ask about my background, my experience with their problem, and what to expect as we work together.
(617) 500-6103
Nancy D Rubbico, Counselor  in Boston
“Nancy Rubbico provides a safe, encouraging environment where individuals, couples, and groups share their concerns and learn new communication and coping skills. These sessions will improve understanding of emotional triggers, help reduce daily stress and feelings of isolation, and increase self-awareness and competencies. The goal of this work is to have clarity about your needs, to have healthy relationships and to feel empowered in your life choices. Our work, together, is to examine what feels suffocating, constraining, or unsatisfying, and to slowly peel away all that is holding you in a state of distress.
(339) 309-0419
Mary Anderson, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the area of health psychology/behavioral medicine. With an empathic style and collaborative problem-solving approach, I assist clients who are coping with the stress of living with significant illness and/or chronic health issues, such as: obesity, overeating issues, preparation for bariatric surgery, diabetes, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, headaches, insomnia, gastrointestinal issues, irritable bowel syndrome, respiratory issues, cardiac issues, cancer, HIV/AIDS, organ transplantation, dialysis, and degenerative medical conditions.
(617) 294-5684
Samantha Alexandra Manewitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“I strive to provide a safe, judgement-free space, where my clients can find healing on their own terms. I am often inspired by my clients, each of whom has a story that is far more rich and complicated than labels can express.
(773) 570-6918
Kevan A. Barton, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“I believe that therapy is a journey for both the client and the therapist. My style is very relational and directive.
(857) 598-2469
Lauren Becker, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a warm, open-minded and experienced psychologist who relocated from New York City to Boston. Previously, I was an attending psychologist with an ancillary medical staff appointment at Maimonides Medical Center in New York. I believe that life challenges represent opportunities for growth and that people are inherently capable of tackling their problems and creating fulfilling, meaningful lives. I understand that starting therapy can be difficult and I will do my best to help alleviate anxiety so that you feel comfortable. I know that exploration and healing is possible with the right therapist.
(718) 502-9732
Tim Ridge, Counselor  in Boston
“Are you dealing with relationship/intimacy difficulties, symptoms of anxiety or depression academic or career questions, life transitions (such as college and post-college), trauma/PTSD? Not easy. Reaching one's full potential is a lifelong pursuit. Life is filled with challenges, requiring work and courage. My approach is collaborative, non-judgmental, focusing on helping people deal with personal and professional challenges, understanding past and present influences but with an eye on future directions. I enjoy working with couples, adolescents, adults, and families.
(781) 990-0825
“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
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
Emily K Wilner, Psychologist  in Boston
“Life invariably presents us with challenges and sometimes these challenges overwhelm our capacity to cope. The ending of a relationship, the beginning of a demanding job, academic stress, reoccurring conflicts with others, or a medical illness can swamp our ability to successfully navigate rough waters. It is during these challenges that you may find yourself in a familiar, yet unproductive routine or recognize that past solutions to problems are no longer helpful. You may feel distracted or find your daily activities more difficult to accomplish. It may be harder to connect with loved ones or enjoy life's adventures.
(617) 934-8253
Feyza Marouf, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am a Harvard and MGH affiliated psychiatrist with a private practice in the Back Bay. I offer highly individualized care in a compassionate, intelligent, creative environment. My style is warm and interactive with a focus on trust and openness. My expertise includes the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy to address fluctuations in mood, feelings of dissatisfaction in relationships or at work, and questions of identity and low self-esteem. I also offer careful, expert medication management for treatment of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and attentional disorders. I have a particular interest in cross-cultural patients.
(617) 674-1420
Gail E McMeekin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am known as the Visionary Passionate Mentor/Coach for Creative Entrepreneurs and Professionals. have written six books on women, creativity, stress, and success, but I also enjoy working with men. We are all creative, and our fascinations help us to become whole, prosperous, and create an ideal life. As a trained coach/psychotherapist, and HR consultant, I can help you to overcome the obstacles to your success, reduce stress, and achieve your personal, professional, and creative goals. I am warm, supportive, an excellent brainstormer and action-oriented. I also do career assessment testing and Life Purpose analysis.
(617) 323-1442
Greg Lippolis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Sometimes you need more than compassionate listening. Effective therapy requires a therapist willing to challenge and to offer new ways of thinking, feeling and living. My clinical style is about being active as well as compassionate. Therapy has to work in the everyday, real world in which we actually live. I focus on helping people, not treating diagnoses.
(857) 445-1657
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
Suzanne Pineles, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist, with expertise in cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBT). As a complement to traditional CBT, I often integrate mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques into my work. Therapy is a collaborative process and I work closely with clients to continuously hone a plan to best suits their needs. I enjoy working with a variety of clients, ranging from those who benefit from support in managing complex lives to those who endured significant trauma. My specialties include PTSD, anxiety, and depression. I also have expertise in working with clients during periods of hormonal transition, such as pregnancy and menopause.
(617) 401-0498
Tara Twist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I specialize in treating adolescents, college-age, and young adults who have been exposed to an upsetting, or traumatic event. I utilize an intervention called Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This model of treatment is evidence-based, which means it has been shown in research to help reduce problems associated with having experienced a traumatic event. I also work with people experiencing anxiety and depression symptoms who are looking to make changes that will enhance their feelings of wellness and contentment.
(917) 746-0224

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?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Boston, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.