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Gay Issues Therapists in Boston

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.
Gay Issues
(617) 237-6727
Ben Kudler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Carl Jung once said, "the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being." I offer compassionate and custom-tailored individual and couples therapy to people seeking to make meaning of their experiences, to advance their self-understanding, and to improve the quality of their lives. Through an eclectic approach that combines my background in strengths-based psychodynamic training with behavioral techniques (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), I use an interactive style to help you clarify the root of struggles, identify barriers, and create pathways to move forward.
Gay Issues
(617) 229-7228
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.
Gay Issues
(617) 505-1118
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.
Gay Issues
(617) 396-7636
Maureen Walsh  in Boston
“"We're gonna need a bigger boat!" - Roy Scheider, Jaws (1975) When things start to get out of hand, it's time to take stock and consult a professional who can assist you as you reflect and talk through your concerns. Our aim is to find solutions. Using a modern psychoanalytic approach, examining unconscious motivations, we bring to light the driving forces behind our repetitive behaviors (also known as the "repetition compulsion" according to Freud). I employ a creative approach to find out what moves you, what keeps you stuck, and how best to propel you forward towards your goals.
Gay Issues
(617) 396-7614
G J (Chip) Bradish, Counselor  in Boston
“Relationships govern every aspect of our lives, and the path to a balanced, stable and fulfilling life relies on how well we relate to ourselves and others. Together we tackle the challenges of relationships and investigate how internal shame and distrust lead to breakdowns and dissatisfactions with those whom we love.
Gay Issues
(617) 934-0186
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02130
Jennifer Strong, Psychologist  in Boston
“Is it time for a change? When life becomes a struggle, it can help to have the support of a skilled professional to help you cope, learn about yourself, and make changes in your life. I provide psychotherapy for individual adults with these goals in mind. I have experience treating multiple issues, including anxiety, depression, eating/body image concerns, life transitions, and the effects of traumatic experiences. I also have a particular interest in working with those who have suffered from racism, homophobia, disability discrimination and other forms of oppression. My practice is sex-positive and kink- and poly-friendly.
Gay Issues
(617) 501-4505
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
On-Line Marriage Counseling for Men, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“Are you a gay man in a not-so-happy relationship or having a hard time finding the right man? Are you a high achieving adult who knows that what you've been doing is not going to get you the intimacy you crave? Are you looking for a therapist who will do more than nod and ask questions? I understand your need for a therapist that is exclusively focused on an effective counseling experience for gay male couples and singles struggling with intimacy and relationship issues. I can help you get where you want to be. For detailed information please visit: www.MarriageCounselingForMen.org
Gay Issues
(954) 378-9238
Joseph R Winn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CST
“Hello and welcome! My name is Joe Winn and professionally I'm a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and AASECT certified sex therapist. My practice focuses on addressing life transitions, recovery from substance abuse, domestic violence, psychological trauma, various sexuality issues and concerns, gender identity issues as well people trying to change problematic sexual behaviors. I maintain a racially and ethnically diverse, LGBT and Kink welcoming and affirming "sex positive" practice. I regularly supervise, lecture and consult with educational and mental health providers throughout New England and The United States on issues of sexuality, psychotherapy, relationships and human sexuality.
Gay Issues
(617) 461-8479
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
Aliza C Yarrow, Psychologist  in Boston
“I view therapy as a non-judgmental place to explore, discover, heal, and find relief. I work collaboratively with clients to develop a plan that will address the most important, pressing issues that bring them to therapy. I provide short and long-term individual and couples psychotherapy and family consultation. My approach to therapy is psychodynamic and relational. I help clients enhance coping skills and life functioning, providing relief from their distress. Through this approach, clients find meaning, develop deep insight, and ultimately create long-lasting change. Clients have described me as gentle, warm, and actively engaged in their healing.
Gay Issues
(617) 209-3114
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Gay Issues
(617) 278-6322
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Guy R. Croteau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
Gay Issues
(617) 208-4394
Tonn Q Cao, Treatment Facility  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Treatment Facility, PhD, LICSW
“Dr. Cao is a Clinical Sociologist holding a Doctorate from Northeastern University and a Masters in Clinical Social Work from Boston College. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Bunker Hill Community College and fluent in spoken Cantonese. Dr. Cao has been in the field for 15 years as a practitioner, researcher and professor. His areas of expertise include: relational issues between couples and family members; gay and bisexual men adjustment difficulties; matters of cultural diversity; autism and other developmental disabilities; foster and adopted child and family matters; and adjustment difficulties from child neglect and abuse.
Gay Issues
(617) 250-7367
Brett P. Terrien, Counselor  in Boston
“My work in counseling psychology emerged from being an artist. While earning my BFA at Massachusetts College of Art and Design I was invited into my colleagues' lives and learned to share their experiences through their lenses and perceptions. My graduate training at NYU sharpened this insight to bring a unique perspective to the therapeutic process. I work with you to provide clarity, build a more authentic sense of self, and healthier relationships.
Gay Issues
(617) 765-0618
Jane Scherban, Counselor  in Boston
“I have been in practice in the Boston area for over 30 years. My approach is interactive, collaborative, and respectful. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioral and Psychodynamic approaches to therapy.I see clients for both short-term and long-term psychotherapy dependent on their needs/preference. In addition to individual therapy I work with couples and run 1 HIV support group.
Gay Issues
(617) 505-1870
Nicole Issa, Psychologist  in Boston
“I work with children, adolescents, college students, adults, families, and couples. In my practice, I work collaboratively with my clients to develop a shared understanding of the challenges they are experiencing, the goals they have for their lives, and the process by which therapy can help them achieve their goals. In my work, I use an integrated approach to therapy in order to address the unique and individual needs of each client.
Gay Issues
(508) 714-2218
William T Sharp, Counselor  in Boston
“I was taught that talking helps. After working with children/adolescents and adults, in school settings, home settings and in Massachusetts's Parenting Through Divorce Program for over 10 years, I firmly believe that. Similar to going to the gym, coming to therapy is like working your emotional muscles; it requires going a little out of your comfort zone to get stronger. My approach to our working together is to help you explore all of your options and then empower you to do what you decide. Call me, let's talk!
Gay Issues
(617) 765-0229
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02130
Glenn Klein, Counselor  in Boston
“I approach each client with the assumption that you are coming to me with an intention to alleviate discontentment or suffering. I see my job as helping you articulate your reasons for seeking therapy, to understand the source of your issues, and to find strategies that bring relief. My style is interactive, with an emphasis on caring and supportive feedback. I expect the client to establish the agenda for each session, trusting that the client knows best what needs to be addressed in any given session. I emphasize psychoeducation about the role of, and differences between, thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
Gay Issues
(617) 858-6390
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
Mark Davila, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Hello. Together we'll consider the experiences you’ve had so that we understand how you have arrived at this point in your life. This understanding, coupled with learning to experience the wide array of feelings that your life has brought you, are our aims. This work heals emotional pain, deepens relationships, and changes troubling behaviors. Therapy is sometimes challenging, but it also offers feelings of liberation and joy. Through the work of therapy, my clients describe fuller and more satisfying lives and I have seen it bring them greater peace of mind.
Gay Issues
(617) 858-6421
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
David Friedler, LMHC, LLC, Counselor  in Boston
“As a psychotherapist, I am continually committed to providing a safe and supportive experience for my clients. Using traditional and more current techniques I work to help people address behaviors which may affect interpersonal, relational and career challenges. All are welcomed in therapy to learn new ways to manage the obstacles to personal social and occupational wellbeing. I work with people around issues of depression and anxiety, couples conflict, and adjustment to work and stress.
Gay Issues
(617) 390-8074
Office is near:
Boston, Massachusetts 02130
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Gay Issues Therapists
If you're gay or are looking for help with gay issues in Boston or for a Boston gay Therapist these professionals provide gay therapy, gay counseling and gay friendly care for gays or lesbians. They include gay friendly Therapists plus gay Therapists in Boston, gay psychologists and gay counselors. However, not all those listed here are gay themselves. They can help with aspects of being gay in Boston or homosexual, help for gay couples in gay relationships, lesbians and gay issues and lesbian issues that affect gay life. Counseling may include LGBT Counseling in Boston, LGBTQ or Boston GLBT Counseling.

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.