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Therapists in Newton

Commonwealth Psychology Associates, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a multilingual, licensed psychologist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and stress-related illness. As a Health Psychologist, I employ a solution-focused, holistic approach to help clients achieve a state of wellness and to progress toward goals. My therapeutic style is warm and interactive, with a focus on facilitating the change clients most wish to make in their lives. Through Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques such as relaxation training, changing negative thinking patterns, and learning to set healthy limits in relationships.
(617) 259-1895
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Kaila Wilcox, Psychologist  in Newton
“While life can be exciting and full of joy, it can also include stressful moments, frustrating times, unexpected change, and uncertainty. During those difficult times, the support of a psychologist can restore hope. I am a clinical neuropsychologist and licensed psychologist in independent practice in Newton, Massachusetts. My practice is committed to providing high quality services that are tailored to meet your unique needs in a safe environment. I offer psychotherapy, neuropsychological and psychological assessments for children, adolescents, and adults. I offer both daytime and evening appointments.
(857) 246-9569
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
Steven Krugman, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Newton
“My practice focuses on major transitions in the lives and careers of accomplished men and women. My clients seek better work-life balance, a greater sense of satisfaction from intimate relationships, and support in pursuing their own unrealized dreams. I approach these questions in a direct, interactive manner that draws on 35+ years of experience. My methods include coaching strategies and interpersonal psychotherapy models. I work with individuals and couples, and offer group psychotherapy. I am deeply interested in working with people during times of transition when they are looking to create new options for themselves, in their relationships.
(617) 237-0931
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
“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
Sue M Sand, Psychologist  in Newton
“I believe in and support the mental health of women throughout the life cycle including issues of transition, role adjustment, pregnancy, parenting, relationships, loss, menopause, and work and family conflicts. I have over 25 years of clinical experience with clients with a wide spectrum of presenting problems including anxiety and depression.
(617) 244-8216
Newton, Massachusetts 02468
Aviva R Bock, Counselor  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, EdM, CCMHC, LMHC
“I am a holistic integrative psychotherapist/ life coach. I approach to my work from the perspective of body mind and spirit. I work best with clients open to approaches that involve thinking and experiencing outside the box, who are willing to try newer and different approaches to healing. You will learn an ever-expanding toolbox of resources for better managing fluctuating emotional states. I offer you presence listening and I will introduce you to new techniques for clearing old psychological injuriues that are stuck in the body /mind including energy work, mindfulness, EMDR, EFT. TAT IFS. Cognitive and Behavioral modalities
(617) 446-3042
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Abby Blackburn, Psychologist  in Newton
“Searching for a psychologist, particularly over the web, can be a really hard thing to do. Just looking at the word "therapy" can make some folks feel uncomfortable. Sometimes these experiences stop people from obtaining much needed relief from bothersome problems. If you are on this site, you have made an important move towards feeling a whole lot better. I think choosing the right person to help you exchange "problems" for "coping skills" is a great start. My hunch about successful therapy is that it is a combination of good planning, hard work, mutual liking and sometimes a dose of good humor.
(617) 686-2420
Newton, Massachusetts 02464
Rebecca Manley,   in Newton
“I have been working with girls for the past twenty years. My work addresses issues relating to mood regulation, anxiety, body image, time management or other areas affecting their ability to succeed. My role is to work together with the client and parent and come up with a list of goals. I create personalized skills and strategies to help us reach these goals. Helping girls with their body image or helping them find ways to handle difficult emotions are two specialty areas. My work includes in between session check-ins, skills and confidence boosts.
(617) 390-7293
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Astrid H. Hildebrand, Counselor  in Newton
“Life can be challenging for each one of us. Despite our best efforts, sometimes we face obstacles or issues that we simply do not have the ability to overcome on our own. This is where I can help. I will guide you to see how underlying feelings or fears can lead to certain behaviors, both in yourself and in those around you. By better understanding your own desires and unique circumstances, together we can bring your wishes into reality, helping to give you the life you deserve.
(857) 247-2958
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Elana Schlesinger November, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 12 years of experience. My specialties include Child, Adolescent, Adult, and Family Psychotherapy, Parent Consultation, Couples Therapy, and Special Education and 504 Plan Consultation. Through providing a safe, supportive, connected, compassionate environment for my clients, people find the strength to directly explore their struggles and carve a path toward greater peace, happiness, understanding, and acceptance.
(617) 785-5219
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Ethan Pope, Psychiatric Nurse  in Newton
“I am a Psychiatric' Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). I received my Masters of Nursing from Yale University and my RN from Bunker Hill Community College. With over 12 years experience working in outpatient and community mental health settings, I have always had a strong passion for helping people to identify and work through the strain and stress of psychiatric issues. As a nurse practitioner I provide psychopharmacological treatment, prescribing medication and assessing treatment outcomes for my patients.
(617) 648-9887
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Rosa M Buffone, Counselor  in Newton
“Dawna Markova writes, 'I WILL NOT DIE AN UNLIVED LIFE'! The goal of our work together will be to access that innate wisdom which allows "creative thought" and "inspired action" to guide you towards a life of great success, joy and fulfillment. Release the past and embrace a new level of consciousness that promises to restructure old, destructive cognitive-behavioral patterns and false premises. The process includes tangible action steps; self-reflection and personal renewal; building honest and loving relationships; mindfulness meditation and guided visualization; "tapping" or EFT; developing intuition; reclaiming purpose and passion; and recognizing the Sacred in all things.
(617) 858-6913
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Neil O Gladstone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MBA
“Drawing from many years of experience both as a psychotherapist and as a business professional (holding both an MSW and MBA), I bring a unique perspective to my work. I believe in dealing with each person's whole context and their 24/7 experience at home, at work, and in the outside world. Life brings many challenges. An effective psychotherapy experience can help you have more mastery of your life by building confidence and enhancing your relationships.
(617) 934-7745
Newton, Massachusetts 02468
Caroline Balz, Counselor  in Newton
“Utilizing Dialectaical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), self-psychology and a relational approach, I believe in a model of full recovery. I believe disordered eating and addictive behaviors are often linked to difficulty experiencing particular emotions. I also believe that you can't feel good about your self if you don't know who that SELF is. Because emotions give us a lot of information about who we are, a focus of some of the work can be on gaining skills to identify and tolerate emotions...all in the service of recovering....self.
(857) 362-0935
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Alan Albert, Psy.D., CGP, Psychologist  in Newton
“I have more than 30 years of clinical experience working with a wide range of individuals, couples, and groups. I am open-minded, warm, and have a good sense of humor. As an experienced institute and workshop leader for the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy, I've led many training sessions on group development and practice. I've found that people grow in groups and learn as much from each other as they do from me as leader. Also, having EAP experience, I work with employees around substance abuse and anger management concerns.
(617) 702-2902
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Katie Warner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CEIS
“The choice to start psychotherapy, though difficult, can also prove exciting in that it offers the opportunity to heal, instill hope, and improve an understanding of oneself and others. My clients tell me that I possess a calm and warm demeanor and that I make them feel heard and not judged. I provide a safe and respectful space for individuals and families to process their experiences. Together, clients and I can explore concerns, collaborate to find solutions, and discover ways to better address and cope with new stressors if and when they arise.
(617) 674-1323
Newton, Massachusetts 02462
Colleen M Casey, Psychologist  in Newton
“Therapy is about different things for different people. I work with individuals and families to discover what their goals for therapy are and how we can best reach them together. Sometimes therapy can be about building hope, or exploring a new path in life or one's career, learning more about one's relationships, learning how to worry less. Other times, therapy can be about expressing feelings related to a past trauma, grieving the loss of a loved one or a relationship, or resolving family tension. I have experience in the treatment of trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and issues related to life transitions.
(617) 326-5365
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Wendy Rotfort, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy for adolescents and adults. I also provide couples therapy and family therapy for families with adolescent children. I believe that the most successful therapy occurs when a strong clinical rapport is developed between therapist and client. To that end, I work with clients to create a warm, therapeutic environment by collaborating with clients to understand their needs, determine treatment goals and work together to achieve those goals.
(617) 259-1895
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
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
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