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Therapists in Newton

John J Ciervo, Counselor  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, CAGS, LMHC, CTS, CST
“I use an integrative (eclectic ) form of therapy and always begin with meeting the client where they are at. We then move forward developing a safe, therapeutic relationship. As we build upon this relationship the client will begin to recognize and interpret behaviors and patterns. The goal is a deeper development of the therapeutic relationship and build upon the connection. I challenge/encourage the client to make necessary life changes and recognize unproductive patterns that limit them from leading a full, happy life.
(617) 615-6930
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Sherry Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have extensive experience working with addictions, anxiety, self-esteem, relationship issues, money issues, career issues and body image. My interactive, insightful style is direct, perceptive, spontaneous and sensitive. Authenticity in collaborating with clients deepens the therapy experience, thereby offering opportunities of growth. I am trained in psychodynamic and multi-theory therapy. I believe that self-awareness & self-care along with stress management skill building are keys to healthy living. My clients tell me they find me easy to talk with and that they feel helped by our work together.
(617) 379-6722
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Melissa Lowe, Counselor  in Newton
“Life is challenging. Often times what complicates that challenge is a confused mind, running thoughts, anger, anxiety or depression, all of which, affect our work and relationships. Dr. Melissa Lowe helps you discover the reasons underlying your actions and thoughts, reveals the conflicting patterns and shows you how to transform those patterns into more positive and productive ones. This process is life-altering when you apply the practice. Clarity, focus and inner peace occurs. Your relationships become increasingly supportive or intimate. You can reach your life goals. It takes a willingness on your part to explore your deepest nature.
(303) 625-6160
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Richard L Phillipps, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC, MPH
“For 40 years I've been helping people overcome obstacles that seem insurmountable. I have special expertise in substance abuse, mindfulness-based therapy and issues related to physical illness. My background in both Public Health and Social Work enables me to help people with combined social, emotional and health problems. I'm a strong advocate for family and community support when acceptable to my clients.
(617) 440-7138
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
“I am a clinical psychologist practicing in the Newton area for over 25 years. I have experience working with a wide range of relational, marital and family problems. I am deeply interested in issues of personal growth and development. I also have extensive experience in the field of infertility and parenting. My style is eclectic, collaborative and engaged. I am an Instructor at Harvard Medical School and I have supervised students in many of the Boston area training programs.
(857) 342-3213
Newton, Massachusetts 02468
Amy K Friedman, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am warm, authentic, dynamic, and connective, and I believe in meaning-making and healing through relationship. I also believe in the balance of holding what's challenging or traumatic, while looking at possibilities for growth and change. I truly love the work that I do, providing holding, healing, and transformation in a safe and natural way. Come meet me for a free sample session, and see what possibilities we might explore together. My contact information is (617) 935 - 9116. I look forward to hopefully meeting with you.
(617) 379-0441
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
“Dr. Margolies was trained at a Harvard teaching hospital, then faculty at Harvard Medical School. She has worked in inpatient, outpatient, residential, and private practice settings, and provided consultation to the police, courts, hospitals, and universities. She is well-versed in a range of approaches and integrates psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and her own style, which is active, energetic, problem-solving, intuitive, and empowering, often with a sense of humor. Her academic training, clinical and life experience, and personal style together give her the advantage of understanding and feeling comfortable with many types of people and situations, giving her the ability
(617) 446-3025
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Jacqueline Biello, Counselor  in Newton
“I am licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) with a specialty in women's issues and a focus on infertility counseling. I have worked with many clients struggling with anxiety and depression, and am a strong believer in the ability to develop positive coping skills at any age in life. I have a long, personal history with infertility, and am comfortable and skilled working with clients coping with pregnancy loss, infertility and decision making related to IVF, donor egg / sperm and adoption. In my work, I rely on principles of CBT and positive psychology.
(617) 934-6718
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Christina Wood Baker, Psychologist  in Newton
“I have been working with eating and weight disorders since 1993. Eating disorders often go hand in hand with anxiety and depression, so I have had extensive training and experience with these as well. I use an active, collaborative approach to treatment, grounded in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques. I also use interpersonal therapy (IPT) strategies to help people who are struggling with their role in relationships with friends, family or colleagues at work. After almost 15 years of working with individuals with obesity, binge eating, bulimia, anorexia, and anxiety about eating, I love my work as much as ever.
(617) 390-8411
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Leah F. Sherman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a seasoned therapist who has worked extensively with individuals, couples and families through both the typical struggles of life as well as serious life crises. In therapy,I help my clients to identify their strengths and develop resilience and resources in the face of their challenges.Trust and safety are the bedrock of our work, and I believe that my clients value the caring, respect and experience I offer. Our work together includes clarifying the issues that trouble you, determining achievable treatment goals, and exploring both the obstacles as well as the pathways to reaching your goals.
(857) 574-0971
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
P Ellen Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“My ideal client is an honest man or woman who will seize control of life rather than assume the victim role. This man or woman will take a good look at the cards dealt to him and make the accommodations necessary to bring about a meaningful outcome.
(617) 394-1825
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Carol Fizer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, MBA
“If you need direction and support solving a disturbing problem or managing an emotional state, I know that addressing this need quickly is important. I will meet with you within two to three days of your call. My approach to therapy is to focus initially on solving the problem in partnership with you quickly and efficiently. If this does not bring sufficient relief, I invite my clients into a longer deeper process of understanding the situation and its complexities. I encourage the use of communicating via email between sessions. I have evening and Saturday hours available to insure accessibility
(617) 448-1439
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Newton Biofeedback, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
“I've been a practicing LICSW, for 28 years specializing in Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, Hypnosis, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for stress-related conditions, such as Migraines, Anxiety, Hypertension,Chronic pain, Weight loss, Insomnia and Tinnitus. Most people are unaware of ways in which our bodies react to thoughts and emotions.Your response to stress compromises your health and interferes with reaching personal goals.There is no need to suffer with painful symptoms. I can help you to stop using ineffective coping skills and begin learning successful skills to achieve your full potential in all aspects of your life: Family, career, finances, relationships, and health.
(617) 410-8525
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Katie Dobbin Binda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For over 20 years, I have been working with people whose lives have been impacted by cancer or other health-related concerns. Maybe you or your loved one are coping with a new diagnosis? Or you have finished active treatment and wonder why you are now feeling emotionally overwhelmed? Maybe you are dealing with the psychological/physical issues so often experienced by long term survivors of cancer and other chronic illnesses? Or perhaps you need support as you struggle to cope with the death of someone close to you. Counseling can help as you face the many challenges that illness brings.
(617) 379-6476
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Rachel Deena Levenson, Counselor  in Newton
“I believe that therapy is most effective when there is a warm, supportive relationship between the therapist and child or teen. Does your child suffer from anxiety, trouble getting along with peers, depression, or behavioral problems? Therapy can help you child strengthen and learn new skills to address these concerns.
(617) 300-0547
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Aaron Rezendes, Psychologist  in Newton
“I provide individual psychotherapy for adults and adolescents. My theoretical and treatment orientations are largely eclectic, but emphasize a strengths-based approach that draws upon cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and client-centered models. As each person is unique, I believe it is important to work with every client from a collaborative, pragmatic, and transparent approach that meets the individual needs of each client.
(617) 500-1905
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Elaine E Hatow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“I have been practicing psychotherapy with individuals and couples for more than 30 years. My style is interactive and I try to provide safety and support in order to understand and explore the issues and concerns you bring forward. I have extensive training and experience in using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing} and I am EMDRIA approved. Additionally I use a mix of relational, psychodynamic and cognitive approaches.
(857) 574-0947
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
David Jay Weiss, Psychologist  in Newton
“You are calling because you want help, relief, and improvement as soon as possible. I have 35 years of experience specializing in individual therapy, marriage/couples counseling, and sex therapy. Using an integrative approach, we will develop a clear articulation of your problem and a clear plan to get more out of life. We will use techniques addressing anxiety, depression, sexual issues, ineffective communication, self-defeating patterns, feelings of hopeless or sadness. You may know what you are feeling, but not the solution. My job is to relieve suffering and enhance your wellbeing and your relationship with others.
(617) 466-9972
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Wendy Vincent, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides individual therapy for adults. My strengths-based and interactive approach to psychotherapy draws from a variety of theoretical perspectives, including interpersonal/relational, narrative, cognitive-behavioral, and recovery-oriented models. I work collaboratively with my clients to develop an integrated approach to treatment that is tailored to the particular life goals and interests of my clients. Through warmth, transparency, and consistency, I strive to create a sense of safety and trust for my clients, so that they can address their concerns and grow in positive directions.
(617) 477-8474
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Danielle Buckman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Newton
“I am a licensed psychotherapist trained to work with individuals, couples, and families. I have a doctorate in counseling psychology from Boston University. In clinical practice I have worked in a multi-cultural mental health center, the Veteran's Administration, Boston University Student Counseling and private practice helping many clients manage and master the change process. Together, we work toward healing and change. My approach is active and empathic and can take the form of short-term problem solving approach or more in-depth exploration. Clients learn to decrease stress in their lives whether due to anxiety, depression, work, personal relationships or chronic illness.
(617) 237-6141
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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