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Family Counseling Therapists in Plymouth County

Melissa Goldbach, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Seeking help in the form of therapy takes courage. I view my role in therapy as embarking on a journey with my client towards greater life fulfillment, improved quality in their relationships and in overall functioning. I am deeply committed to working with children of all ages. I include parenting and family therapy in my work with children. I also enjoy working w/adults struggling with mood and anxiety issues, addiction issues, marital issues, trauma and life cycle/life adjustment issues. I work with couples as well.
Family Counseling
(508) 717-3588
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360
William X Kelly, Counselor  in Plymouth
“Therapy is a private matter. Providing clients with in-home therapy helps eliminate barriers such as stigma and privacy issues which are sometimes encountered in conventional therapy environments. My private, home-based counseling and therapy style allows people to receive services in the privacy and security of their own home. I specialize in substance abuse and related mental health issues treating both the individual and the family. I have more than 20 years experience. To maintain the integrity and privacy of clients I work on a fee-for-service basis, offering a sliding payment scale.
Family Counseling
(860) 451-0248
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360
Kristin Penza, Psychologist  in Norwell
“I offer neuropsychological and psychological evaluations for children and adults to provide diagnoses and comprehensive treatment recommendations. I frequently evaluate students with Attention-Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorders, emotional disorders such as anxiety and depression, and other psychiatric diagnoses. Evaluations are comprehensive and include thorough educational and mental health recommendations which can be shared with school personnel and/or the Primary Care Physician. Referrals for mental health treatment and holistic treatment are also provided.
Family Counseling
(781) 347-4714 x1
Norwell, Massachusetts 02061
Laura Campbell, Counselor  in Marshfield
“With my background in Art Therapy I have discovered that therapy can be a way of having fun. In our sessions, not only are we going to look at problems, we will also look at possibilities. I provide a respectful, safe and fun space where we will work together to address your current concerns.
Family Counseling
(781) 816-8635
Marshfield, Massachusetts 02050
Amanda Nicely, Counselor  in Middleboro
“My therapeutic passion is working with families & couples to address relational problems that typically present after a major life stressor. My work also focuses on treating young children with a history of trauma/adjustment problems for the purpose of decreasing behavioral outbursts. I have received advanced clinical training in early childhood mental health as well as trauma-focused Child-Parent Psychotherapy for youth under the age of 6. I believe that the fundamental basis of therapy relies on honesty, open communication, & emotional expression. My approach is to provide support & practical feedback to help client's effectively address personal life challenges.
Family Counseling
(508) 306-4339
Middleboro, Massachusetts 02346
Sarah Emmons, Counselor  in Middleboro
“My name is Sarah Emmons and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. I primarily work with children, teens, adults, and families who may be experiencing but not limited to: anxiety, depression, life changes, mood disorders, and ADHD. I have had extensive experience in working with a range of diagnosis and greatly enjoy being a therapist. I am also certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and often use this model with clients to assist in effective communication, mindfulness, and accepting change. Furthermore, I often uses relaxation techniques, art, and writing techniques to help clients decrease anxiety, evaluate emotions, and increase focus.
Family Counseling
(508) 342-8447
Middleboro, Massachusetts 02346
Melanie Cartwright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I provide a warm and comfortable environment for children, adolescents, and adults to open up and feel better. I help children that have ADHD and anxiety talk about the issues, while providing support and parenting skills to their parents. I work with adults that have a variety of issues, such as marital conflict, anxiety, depression, trauma, drug and alcoholism, eating disorder, and self esteem. I have over 12 years of experience and I provide a mix of cognitive behavioral, psychoanalytical, and mindfulness. I am available days, nights and Saturday's to meet the needs of my clients. I work at a group practice; Cove Counseling.
Family Counseling
(508) 709-2999
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360
Kate Carleton Washburn, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Scituate
“I bring over 25 years of clinical experience in both inpatient psychiatric settings and outpatient settings that have included mental health agencies and an expanding private practice. I have a specialty in the spectrum of Addiction, Codependency, and Recovery, as well as Dual Diagnosis clients who struggle with mood disorders, or a traumatic event history while seeking sobriety. I offer treatment using insight enhancing, behavioral and cognitive therapies; as well as spirituality and systems theory approaches to address mood, situational, self-esteem, loss, and relationship problems. I see clients in individual, couple, and family modalties, and am available to faciltate interventions for significant others.
Family Counseling
(781) 328-6303
Scituate, Massachusetts 02066
Julie Farris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Scituate
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Do you need to do some problem solving and have someone help you through it? Whether you are interested in brief solution focused treatment or have larger issues to work on we can make a plan to get you back on track. Making an effort to get yourself feeling better will make all of your other commitments to relationships, family, work, parenting and social circles that much easier to engage in. I offer evening and weekend hours to meet the needs of my busy working professional clients.
Family Counseling
(781) 561-9161
Scituate, Massachusetts 02066
Ann Marie D. MacKinnon LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Norwell
“I have 20 years experience working with adolescents (ages 13-19) and families with a range of mental health issues: school based issues: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder , Mood and Anxiety disorder,Substance Abuse, Family stressors, Divorce, Peer Relationship and self esteem issues. I approach treatment from a relational based and psychodynamic approach to problem resolutuion. I work with young adults navigating transitions to college and the work world. Working with those struggling with sexual orientation issues is a strength as well. I have a strong ability to connect with my clients and put them at ease to address very challenging issues in their lives.
Family Counseling
(781) 871-8777 x7
Norwell, Massachusetts 02061
Nicholas M. Auerbach, Counselor  in Plymouth
“When you come to my office, I ask you to keep an open mind whether you've been in therapy before or this is a new beginning. In our world, people often hurt us or don't have the time to hear us. At the same time, we often develop patterns in our daily lives which are detrimental to our own well being. I offer a non-judgmental environment in which you can discuss your problems confidentially, receive counseling, and begin to work on yourself and your relationships.
Family Counseling
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360
Jeffrey M Bossio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Norwell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have almost 20 years of clinical experience. I have worked with teenagers and children in just about every sector within this demographic. I have experience in treating adult men who are struggling with emotional regulation and their ability to effectively relate and communicate with their families/spouses. I am skilled at providing "parent coaching;" a modality that provides parents who may be struggling with their child/teen insight, understanding, and applicable solutions on how to improve their relations. I have extensive experience working with couples as well.
Family Counseling
(781) 347-4714 x6
Norwell, Massachusetts 02061
Karen Blanchette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Wareham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“After nearly 20 years in this field, I have had the pleasure of working with a very diverse population and helping people with a variety of needs including emotional distress, addiction, behavioral challenges, and dual diagnoses. My approach is to help each person explore their strengths, identify some concrete goals, and figure out together what the best path is to achieving those goals. I am a firm believer that everyone is capable of achieving their goals and creating a life that is happier and more fulfilling.
Family Counseling
(508) 657-6561
Wareham, Massachusetts 02571
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with individuals, couples and families. I also enjoy working with children and adolescents. Just as each individual and family is unique, so is each course of psychotherapy.
Family Counseling
(781) 236-3301 x4
Norwell, Massachusetts 02061
“I enjoy working with a variety of people and issues. My practice is about 50% individual adults and 50% children and families. Typical issues for adults might be depression, anxiety, coping with chronic illness, or relationship problems. For children and their parents, school difficulties, peer relationships, and social skills tend to be most common. These may be due to developmental difficulties, ADHD, or family discord/divorce.
Family Counseling
(781) 803-7169
Hingham, Massachusetts 02043
Susan Colcher, Psychologist  in Hanover
“I believe therapy is an active, collaborative process. I work with clients to develop tools for mastering challenges in a context of self-acceptance, and appreciation of one's own resilience and resourcefulness. My therapeutic style is eclectic, blending solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, positive psychology, and family systems approaches.
Family Counseling
(781) 304-4930 x8
Hanover, Massachusetts 02339
Lindsay Dearborn Butters, Counselor  in Hingham
“My therapeutic style integrates approaches from several schools of thought. However, I tend to favor the client centered and relational approaches to therapy. I help my patients understand how their past and unconscious experiences shape who they are. This integrative style helps patients to effectively link their past, present, and future. I also value the healing power of relationships, which includes the relationship between patient and therapist. I am committed to a collaborative approach to therapy and I value the input of my patients about what they want out of treatment.
Family Counseling
(781) 836-4665
Hingham, Massachusetts 02043
Amy C Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am committed to providing professional, compassionate care during ever-changing and tumultuous times.
Family Counseling
(508) 809-4221
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360
Deborah Lee Jennings, Counselor  in West Bridgewater
“I work with clients of various ages across the life span. People who seek my services include individuals, families, and couples. My specialties are children and adolescents, psychological trauma, and grief. I have experience providing treatment for adult and child victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, child witnesses to violence, and survivors of suicide and homicide with traumatic and complicated grief issues. My clients often are struggling with anxiety and mood disorders. Children may have ADHD and other disruptive behavior disorders. Some may have developmental delays and other special needs.
Family Counseling
(508) 455-5032
West Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02379
Lee Whittemore, Counselor  in Plymouth
“The foundation of my work with clients centers around a strong therapeutic relationship. I believe that such a relationship, one that is built on support and trust, allows people to remain open to exploring life long patterns, while promoting motivation to make positive life changes.
Family Counseling
(508) 619-4369
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360

Family Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for family counseling in Plymouth County or for a Plymouth County family counselor these professionals provide family counseling services, marriage family counseling services and Christian family counseling services. They include child family counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Plymouth County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Plymouth County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Plymouth County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Plymouth County or family therapy in Plymouth County.