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Psychoanalytic Therapists in Boston

“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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 841-8599
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.
Psychoanalytic
(610) 285-9784
Gerard J Donnellan, Psychologist  in Boston
“Gerard J. Donnellan, PhD and Suzanne Donnellan, PsyD are seasoned psychologists located in the Boston area. We have many years of experience and offer a range of services to our patients. We work with individual adults, couples (marriage counseling) and executives. Our focus is on helping you develop your potential in relationships, career and family.
Psychoanalytic
(781) 996-2176
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 607-3037
Jane Thorbeck, Psychologist  in Boston
“I find that most people who come to my office are in distress, and they want to feel better. First we try to ease the distress; then we try to understand more about what is causing it. Few things help more in this process than a relationship with a trusted and helpful advisor. Problems such as anxiety, loss, depression, poor self esteem, and difficulty in complex relationships can be solved given the right mix of time, talk, and support. Most people I see are grateful for the relief and valuable insight they gain into their own situations.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 765-4926
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 507-1472
Mindfulness & Psychotherapy, Psychologist  in Boston
“Mindfulness is an important part of any form of psychotherapy. Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) & Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) involve the systematic practice of mindfulness skills, often in a group setting. Psychodynamic psychotherapy implies cultivation of awareness and mindfulness. But therapies such as MBCT, MBSR, DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy) have enriched therapy by bringing in explicit mindfulness practice skills, originating in the Buddhist tradition.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 997-0436
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 682-9258
Kathleen M Goldblatt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 500-6103
Robert Bonazoli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with individuals and couples eager to improve their lives. I use an integrative approach to psychotherapy, combining insight and skills-based frameworks. I help clients understand how their past experiences and relationships shaped and influence who they are now and how they experience the world (insight), and I help them develop tools for addressing current life situations and for putting that insight to work in moving their lives in the direction they want (skills-based). This approach helps clients link the past which formed them, the present they are living in, and the future they wish to experience.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 682-9136
Rebecca Eddy Muccilli, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed Psychologist who provides therapy to individuals who are looking to more authentically connect with themselves and others; understand who they are, what they are feeling, and why they are experiencing the emotions they are feeling. I am trained to provide a variety of therapeutic interventions. I tailor my therapeutic approach to fit the unique needs and desires of each individual client. I use an insight oriented approach to aid individuals in understanding and interrupting repetitive patterns that may be interfering or often lead us to that "stuck" feeling.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 390-8554
Steve Rothenberg, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am commited to helping individuals to find the best within themselves and to share that with those most important to them. Whether you are struggling with anxiety or depression, relationship difficulties, or life stresses, I always try to find what will be the most effective way to help you achieve your goals and live a happier life.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 925-7092
Boston Professionals Counseling, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“Boston Professionals Counseling, LLC is a private psychotherapy practice specializing in helping professionals with the unique challenges they face. We have a critical understanding of the stresses and pressures professionals face because we've been there. We know what it's like to face a deadline, to make sacrifices, and to juggle the simultaneous responsibilities of work and life. This first hand experience of life in the corporate world distinguishes us from other therapy practices, from the way we analyze issues, to our commitment to client privacy. We help you make the case for wellbeing.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 300-0453
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 431-5490
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 446-3269
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 440-7942
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 500-6127
David Dybdal, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am a Harvard-trained, Harvard-affiliated psychiatrist and psychotherapist in Boston, MA. As a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, I specialize in the concomitant use of medication and psychotherapy to achieve not only remission of distressing symptoms but also recovery and wellness in those with whom I work. When working with other therapists, I utilize a highly collaborative model, with close contact and communication between treaters to achieve optimal results.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 229-6714
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.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 446-3003
Jenai Wu, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Boston
“After 20+ years as a practicing clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, I continue to find getting to know people and helping them extraordinarily rewarding and interesting. While therapy is about growing, changing, and healing, getting my patients to be as interested in themselves as I am in them is one of the best things about being a psychologist. Therapy can be enjoyable even though it is a serious business; and building trust and collaboration around the mutual goal of change is what makes it easy to go to work every day.
Psychoanalytic
(617) 682-9200

Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

If you're looking for psychoanalysis in Boston or for Boston psychoanalysis these professionals provide psychoanalytic therapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychoanalytic group therapy in Boston. They include Boston Psychoanalysts, Psychoanalytic therapists, Psychoanalytic psychologists, psychotherapists in Boston and Psychoanalytic counselors.

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.