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Therapists in Auburn

Amanda Bush, Counselor  in Auburn
“NEXT BOOKING IN DECEMBER. NEXT NEW CLIENT BOOKINGS IN JAN 2014. Thank you. ~~~ I look forward to working with people who need help with real life problems, including mood and adjustment concerns. The most important thing to me is helping people reach their emotional goals, as well as their personal goals in life. ~Please be sure to ask for me by name, or use option "3" to leave me a message. Please let me know you found me through Psychology Today.
(508) 469-5234 x3
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Marcia Boria Mariner, Counselor  in Auburn
“if you are feeling stuck in self defeating patterns, experiencing a loss or transition that is difficult (divorce, empty nest, job loss, death of a loved one, etc) I am skilled at assisting clients in these areas. I also teach conflict resolution skills, parenting skills, and treat codependency/ adult child of alcoholic issues,caregiving and self care, stress management, relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, body image/eating issues, grief, trauma and traumatic loss.
(508) 938-6080
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Glenda L. Anderson, Counselor  in Auburn
“Finding a good therapeutic match can often be challenging. It's important to select a therapist who can meet your treatment needs and helps you feel comfortable with the counseling process. My individually tailored approach helps you achieve optimal mental health and well-being. Together we set clear goals and focus on improving any areas of concern while enhancing current strengths. Sessions take place in a relaxing and therapeutic setting and my personality is relaxed and nonjudgmental. My clients often report that they feel at ease around me and that our sessions are interactive, collaborative, informative and even fun.
(508) 506-1731
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Jacalyn Mulligan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with a wide range of clients, from adolescents to geriatrics. I do not find age to be a barrier in my ability to treat a client. I see clients individually or in family and couples therapy. Many of my clients struggle with anger management, anxiety or depression resulting in their difficulty to achieve their optimum functioning potential. The goal of therapy is to encourage the client to communicate more effectively and expand their healthy coping skills.
(774) 901-5409
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Dan Secor, Counselor  in Auburn
“My formal training at Assumption College was done using a Cognitive-Behavioral Model, but I have since incorporated more Mindfulness-based and Humanistic approaches to my work. I work with all age levels and most issues and focus on collaborative work with my client to help with insight. My approach is more laid back and friendly, incorporating humor where appropriate. My main goal early in the therapy process is to make the client feel comfortable and welcome, and realizing that the process is collaborative.
(508) 283-1084 x18
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Becky Howard, Counselor  in Auburn
“Now accepting Saturday appointments. Whether you're feeling depressed, anxious, hopeless, or irritable, making that first call for help can be hard. You desperately want to feel better, but you're afraid of what it will be like to share your thoughts with a therapist. I understand. My guiding principles are respect, appreciation of differences, and a balance between acceptance and change. I listen carefully and center the therapy around your needs.
(508) 815-4137
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Pamela Paquette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For 25+ years, I have been integrating psychological, intuitive and spiritual aspects into my work. This creates a heart-centered, wise and compassionate approach to the psychotherapy, inner healing and positive change offered to clients for personal life issues related to self-esteem, anxiety, depression, relationships, work/career, health and stress. As an eclectic psychotherapist, I offer traditional and non-traditional counseling drawing upon the most effective methods for your particular issue, challenge or crisis. This enhances your possibility for greater clarity, confidence, inner strength, emotional well being and problem resolution to move beyond blocks into positive growth and happiness.
(508) 832-7022
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Karen Feeney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Through therapeutic dialog and activities, my clients have been able to overcome emotional and psychiatric obstacles. Our first step is to perform a careful and thorough assessment as I believe that this, along with a strong therapeutic relationship, is the key to therapy. We additionally look at your strengths and supports, and then, by understanding the whole picture, begin our work towards positive change and wellness.
(508) 866-0224
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Jacqueline McLean Martino, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I help people overcome many different psychological challenges, including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, relationship issues and many more (please see my website). By bridging two different careers myself for the past 24 years, I am able to work with people, not only around major mental health issues, but in career changing and strategic life planning. I am also qualified to work with professionals and executives who want to excel or redirect their careers. As an experienced divorce coach and educator, I help adolescents handle the impact divorcing parents have on their lives.
(508) 928-5177
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Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Steven Benyas, Psychiatrist  in Auburn
“I provide individual therapy, as well as medication management if desired and appropriate. Trained in all major methods, I tailor my approach to what will be helpful for the situation. Taking medication is a personal decision, weighing the potential pros and cons. Medications are very helpful for many people, but must be used thoughtfully. The oversimplified and greatly advertised idea that genetically-determined brain chemistry causes suffering overlooks the fact that experience affects brain chemistry, too. Our own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors change our brains. This is why therapy is so important if you want to achieve lasting changes.
(617) 648-5976
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Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Alice Litter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Interested in a fresh perspective and expertise on an issue confronting you now? Prefer talking to someone with an interactive, creative, and practicaI style? My approach will help you build on your strengths while identifying what's getting in the way of change. We'll collaborate on specific goals and together break each goal into small, achievable steps allowing you to steer your life in a calmer and more hopeful direction. I invite feedback to ensure that our conversations are meaningful, supportive, and focused. I have extensive clinical experience in: therapy, marital counseling, special needs consulting, and life coachimg.
(978) 716-2785
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Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Central Massachusetts Brain Integration Center, Counselor  in Auburn
“Do you get easily overwhelmed, difficulty focusing, getting things done or sleeping? Are you easily triggered into an emotional state, snapping at loved ones for no apparent reason? Is it impacting your marriage or current relationship? I specialize in couples/marital counseling, ADD/ADHD (Correlational Assessment for ADD/ADHD), Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Addictions and Sleep concerns often negatively effect our relationships. I focus on your strengths and needs to assist you in reaching your fullest potential. I work with all populations and ages. Call or write today so that we can begin. I accept some insurance plans and offer a sliding fee. www.graftoncounseling.com
(401) 237-3386
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Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Shelley Ashton-Briggs, Counselor  in Auburn
“My practice assists high functioning individuals and families to recognize and achieve their full potential in a safe and supportive atmosphere. I provide a high quality professional and supportive therapeutic relationship that is founded in theory and evidence based practices. I have experience treating a wide range of mental health diagnoses including; Depression, Anxiety, ADHD/ADD, Conduct Disorders, Affective Disorders, Trauma and PTSD, Parenting Issues, Stress Reduction, Anger Management, Adjustment Issues, and Adolescent Development.
(508) 928-3787
Office is near:
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
“Treatment is results oriented, which means we work together at the beginning to define the changes that are meaningful to you. In a basic sense, psychotherapy is for thinking about feelings. We are all part of systems, be they family, work or society. The outcome is more freedom to be yourself.
(508) 928-5056
Office is near:
Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
Staffier Associates Inc-A DPH Mental Health Clinic, Treatment Facility  in Auburn
“As a group of experienced Counselors and Psychiatrists, we start by matching you with the right clinician.In a multi-disciplinary approach, we periodically review your progress to make sure that you achieve your goals in a timely manner.
(508) 603-7783
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Auburn, Massachusetts 01501
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