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Hypnotherapy Therapists in Massachusetts (MA)

Karen L Peabody, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Bridgewater
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have a client-centered treatment approach for all clients. My goal is to provide a warm and attentive environment that produces personal growth and wholeness. I specialize in treating Addiction, Trauma, Anxiety, Grief/Loss, Self Esteem Issues and Depression. Everybody has a time in their lives when they need additional support. I understand asking for help is a very difficult. However, making the decision that you will not live in emotional pain for another day is the best decision you can make for yourself. I can help you learning the skills you need to free yourself from this pain.
(774) 413-7136
East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02333
Harry Kroner,   in Northborough
“Healing should take hours not years. If you are ready to break away from conventional talk therapy and engage in deeper subconscious work where you can truly release issues and ailments of mind, body, and soul, be ready for something profoundly different. Quantum Healing Hypnosis (my latest addition), is an amazing tool that enables you to tap into the deep subconscious and resolve long standing issues in a matter of hours. I will help you bring greater understanding into your life and purpose. Moving yourself into a higher and better version of self.
(508) 232-6209
Northborough, Massachusetts 01532
Julie G Breskin, Psychologist  in Salem
“For over 25 years I've paired empathic listening with collaborative problem-solving to help adults, couples and families utilize their strengths to overcome obstacles. A licensed psychologist, I offer psychotherapy, clinical hypnosis, and consultation in a comfortable, confidential setting to address mind-body health, relational and workplace issues, grief, loss, and life transitions. I also work with those coping with physical illness, anxiety, depression, trauma, and parenting stressors.
(978) 744-4114
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Suzanne M Hoffman, Psychologist  in Jamaica Plain
“I am described as warm, active, collaborative, authentic, present, and smart. My work integrates what I consider the best of many therapeutic approaches ~ relational and attachment models, Internal Family Systems therapy, EMDR, hypnosis, Sensorimotor (mind-body) Psychotherapy -- and the use of Buddhist-informed mindfulness and compassion practices as a path toward increased self-acceptance, self-regulation, and self-direction. Beyond all the skills and techniques I have acquired, however, whether I am the right therapist for you will depend on your experience with me. Will I earn your trust so that you can be fully yourself with me - with both your strengths and your vulnerabilities?
(617) 209-2079
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Gail R Taibbi, Counselor  in Melrose
“I work with adults 21 years of age or older. I prefer working with adults, because I am a progresss oriented clinician. By this, I mean that I like to set short term, realistic goals. Attaining these goals builds confidence, thus leading to bigger and better accomplishments. I use an ecclectic variety of theories based on the presenting issues. My office is comfortable and my style is relaxed.
(781) 218-7591
Melrose, Massachusetts 02176
Dena Ray, PhD, Psychologist  in Wayland
“I am feel very optimistic that people have the ability to change and create meaningful lives. I help my clients reach their goals. Voicing feelings and receiving support in a confidential, non-judgmental setting is essential. Through our work, my clients become more self-aware of emotional triggers, learn how their past affects the present, and how to make positive changes. I help with anxiety and depression, work extensively with couples, resolve insomnia and sleep disorders and help athletes achieve peak sport performance. I also help clients experiencing loss, grief and bereavement.
(508) 928-5142
Wayland, Massachusetts 01778
Vanessa L Adams,   in Amherst
“Hypnotherapy is a relaxed or altered state of mind that allows the subconscious, unconscious and conscious minds to work together to create change. Change occurs rapidly in usually 6- 12 sessions. Hypnotherapy can address almost any problem, issue or behavior. Age Regression is a type of hypnotherapy that takes the client back to when/where the issue started to dissolve the conflict so the client can move forward in their life. Coaching(Life/Health/Career) creates change by beginning with where the client is now and moves the client to where they really want to be in their life.
(413) 342-0924
Amherst, Massachusetts 01002
Robert A. Moverman, Psychologist  in Lawrence
“I have been a clinical psychologist for over thirty years and enjoy meeting people with their own unique personality. I have found that the best approach to help my clients achieve their goals is to be a good listener, to maintain hope and optimism, and to provide clear ideas on how to solve personal problems. Please feel free to call or send me an email if you'd like additional information. Thanks!
(603) 244-3328
Lawrence, Massachusetts 01843
Jane C Beatty, Counselor  in East Falmouth
“I work closely with children and families suffering from serious issues such as end of life, bereavement, trauma and/or a life altering experiences. I have seen the worst of the worst with my clients and feel honored to be a part of their healing journey. To see one's resilience shine and come out on the other side is why I love what I do. It is even sweeter to have "Murphy Dog" by my side helping those who are in need of support.
(508) 640-7154
East Falmouth, Massachusetts 02536
Thomas R Plunkett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Williamstown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Whether seeing individuals, couples or families, my primary focus is on helping clients find effective tools to move beyond obstacles which prevent them from experiencing satisfying levels of lovability, and capability - obstacles which arise in the realms of: their inner world of thoughts, mood and feelings; relationships: family, friends, partners, workmates and others; ilness, loss, pain management; work, school; and being in the world in general. I believe that everyone has the capacity and the ability to become skillful in navigating these various realms, and to learn how to identity new resources and tools when needed.
(413) 642-2365
Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267
George Lee Trusz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Easthampton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, licsw
“If you suffer from depression, anxiety or other forms of emotional pain, you may feel that you are not living life in a way that offers you a sense of fulfillment. This may be reflected in poor sleep, irritability, social isolation,or a loss of focus. Often emotional pain is the result of preoccupation with the past or future resulting in a loss of focus in the present leading to disempowerment. Healing involves restoration of balance through self discovery. Therapy can help you to discover your hidden potential, improve your self esteem and develop forward momentum in your life.
(413) 241-3107
Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027
“I believe that people come to psychotherapy to deal with change. This might be a change that you want to make, or a change that you need to accept. Often we don't make changes till the wolf is at the door, threatening to blow the house down! My expertise is in helping people challenge the wolf by accessing the parts of themselves that make growth possible. To do this, we need to search out the obstacles that block you from becoming the person you want to be. I try to provide a supportive, caring and structured environment to explore and overcome these obstacles.
(508) 306-4344
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Susan Costello, Counselor  in Sherborn
“Relationship trouble? I specialize in a wide range of relationship concerns w/ both individuals and couples .... creating and maintaining healthy relationships .... decisions about whether to stay or to go .... grieving the loss and moving on. Relationship tune-up or rescue. Divorce, conflict, disconnection, poor communication, infidelity, unhealthy patterns. Directive, active RELATIONSHIP SPECIALIST. Individuals: Feeling stuck, depressed, anxious, self-critical? I work with people who want to increase confidence, who need perspective or direction , family/relationship concerns, transitions, grief/loss. Uniquely interactive licensed professional counselor/psychotherapist and certified life coach with 30+ yrs experience, I have powerful tools in my toolbox .
(508) 923-7079
Sherborn, Massachusetts 01770
Sandra Leah Berchulski, Counselor  in Easthampton
“Our journey through life is mysterious and filled with twists, turns, and detours that we cannot always understand. The desire for health, connection, and well being are inherent in the process of development and life itself. Therapy is one vehicle that facilitates growth and helps us get back on a path that feels more joyful and expressive of who we really are. Within the context of a safe,re-assuring, holding environment,our organisms can relax and allow patterns of negativity to show themselves. These patterns can then be gently expressed, inquired about, and released if they no longer serve our growth.
(413) 320-5638
Easthampton, Massachusetts 01027
Cristina Di Nardo-Dupre, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Agawam
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“The idea of talking with a counselor can be intimidating. If you believe that I can understand and be caring toward your pain or concern, you should not hesitate to call. Feel free to check out our website on all the services that IFCC delivers - from help with communication problems to weight loss. My specialty also focuses on cognitive behavior therapy where a person can change their thinking and their actions so that they will feel better. I also focus on separation and individuation issues so that a person can learn how to separate their feelings from someone's actions.
(413) 337-1378
Agawam, Massachusetts 01001
Kate A Boyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Reading
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“In listening deeply to you we will work together to pause and reflect on how to to effectively prioritize problems and solve them to make your life more manageable. Some of our work together might include defining boundaries, discovering strengths and developing higher self esteem in your life by taking reasonable risks. Experimenting with some new ways of approaching problems. Developing greater optimism in your life by creating a vision and taking the steps needed to move toward your goals. Poet Mary Oliver says" Tell me what are you going to do with your one wild and precious life?"
(781) 399-0662
Reading, Massachusetts 01867
Sarah N. Gray, Psychologist  in Arlington
“I am a Harvard Medical School and MGH-affiliated psychologist offering a compassionate, non-judgmental, strengths-based perspective with an active, collaborative therapeutic style. I draw from integrative, holistic, time-tested approaches to mental health and well-being, guided by the current research, and based on your unique background and needs. We will take into account multi-dimensional factors such as the biological, psychological, social, spiritual, and cultural aspects for a whole-person perspective within the context of your unique experiences.
(339) 526-1341
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
Diane Roberts Stoler, Psychologist  in Boxford
“I am a Neuropsychologist, Board Certified Health Psychologist, Board Certified Sports Psychologist, and Trauma Therapist in the Greater Boston Area with over 35 years experience. As both a survivor and clinician, I provide help and hope. Using my 5-Prong Approach, you as a person are seen from five distinct views: physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual and energy. From this perspective, I am able to provide a customized treatment program to help you regain your life. Whether you are looking for brain rehabilitation or brain fitness, I can get you to where you want to be!
(978) 743-9935
Boxford, Massachusetts 01921
Shelly Johnson Gottsegen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in South Hadley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My approach to treatment is grounded in the understanding that psychotherapy is a healing art that can provide deep transformation and symptom relief. I offer a holistic approach to mental health treatment because I understand the importance of the mind/body connection. I employ a variety of techniques within a psychodynamic framework. I strive to create a safe therapeutic environment so that clients can explore their inner worlds to reveal the psychological conflicts that interfere with their goals and ultimately their pursuit of happiness.
(413) 337-1910
South Hadley, Massachusetts 01075
Sharyn Rose,   in West Somerville
“I have been in private practice for nearly three decades. My approach is eclectic, engaging and respectful. Humor has it's place in the journey of learning! I feel blessed for the opportunity to help people build on their own strengths. My areas of particular interest include recovery, relationship/intimacy building, ADHD, sexuality/LGBT issues, ACOA, Wellness coaching, and hypnotherapy. I look forward to the opportunity of assisting you in challenging old behaviors and reframing healthier narratives in your life.
(617) 674-0915
West Somerville, Massachusetts 02144
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Hypnotherapy Therapists
Hypnotherapy focuses on hypnosis, the Greek term for sleep. The practice uses exercises that relax people, bringing them to an altered state of consciousness. This process focuses on mastering self-awareness. Through trance-like analysis, hypnosis decreases blood pressure and heart rate, putting one's physical body at ease. Working with memories, hypnotherapy helps a person to reframe, relax, absorb, dissociate, respond, and reflect. The process reconstructs healthier associations with a person's past events. Dealing with a wide range of conditions (and pain), people become responsive to new solutions that can lead to personal development through hypnotherapy.

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

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