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Therapists in Beverly

Emily R Kirsch, Counselor  in Beverly
“I am a seasoned clinician with an eclectic, positive and holistic approach. My focus is on people's strengths and resiliency. We will work together in a team approach to help you meet your goals. Comments I have heard consistently through the years are that people find me kind and compassionate and that I provide a calming, comfortable and safe environment. One 8th grader told me recently she liked coming to see me because she learned so many new interesting things here.
(978) 558-4898
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Thomas A. Peltz, Counselor  in Beverly
“Alcohol and drug treatment, mental health, stress reduction, and spiritual issues are all areas that I would be glad to help you with. I have worked in this field since 1973. Please see my web site at: www.tompeltz.com
(978) 927-6763
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Stephanie Sidney, Psychologist  in Beverly
“Calm in the middle of the storm; courage to face any threat; a solid comfortable sense of confidence - these are the results many of my clients report achieving in psychotherapy with me. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years experience treating a wide range of emotional challenges. My internship in Behavioral Medicine at Boston University emphasized stress management and relaxation therapies. My public appearances include TV and radio presentations on Stress Management. I am a scientist- mystic, using both to heal. In Therapist Evaluation Reports, 90-100% of my clients say they would recommend me to others.
(978) 887-2977
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Frederick Neff, Psychologist  in Beverly
“Dr. Neff is a licensed psychologist/consultant with over 30 years of experience. He works with a variety of clients to help them reach their personal goals. He works with anxiety disorders, relationship issues, and performance issues which arise at work as well as in the athletic arena. Dr. Neff's training is in psychodynamic theory and cognitive-behavioral therapy. He draws on the psychodynamic theory to gain understanding of the individual and uses a more cognitive-behavioral approach in his work with clients.
(978) 636-0947
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Rose McDaid Counseling, Counselor  in Beverly
“The story of the "Wizard of OZ" secretly inspired so many to wonder about life's universal struggles: What is love?,How do you mend a broken heart? What about discerning what reality is? Do you know who you are? If you are lost how do you find your way... but what does finding your way mean? Through my observation and work as a psychotherapist, a revised phrase emerged - there is no place like your inner home. For almost thirty years, I have been helping clients solve their timeless struggles, deal better with uncertainty, and find their inner way home.
(978) 919-4663
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Peter H Anderson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MDiv, MMFT
“I specialize in working with individuals, families, and children. I seek to meet people where they are and provide a safe environment where people can grow and change with the resources they are given when they walk through the door. I also seek to help families communicate better and help them understand and engage one another. Therapy is not easy. It takes effort, honesty, and a willingness to engage in self-exploration. I am here to listen, support, and help you in your journey forward: to celebrate when you grow and display compassion when your path is difficult.
(978) 598-3157
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
David Kalman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“Everyone encounters difficulties and challenges in their lives. It's normal. But it can also be a time of confusion, indecision and emotional upset. Most of us understand the value of having someone to talk to at these times, someone who will listen, provide support, and offer a fresh perspective about what will help you to feel better. This is how I approach my work with my clients. With patience, compassion and ideas for meeting life's challenges. I am deeply committed to making your decision to reach out to me as a therapist a life changing one for you.
(978) 252-1708
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Alan Roy, Psychologist  in Beverly
“Stress, sadness, anxiety, relationship problems, loss, and challenges at school and work are problems we all face as human beings at one time or another. Yet, life doesn't come with an instruction manual, and finding happiness and well-being often seems difficult if not impossible. However, I believe that by understanding some simple principles about the mind and its functioning allows us to tap into our innate wisdom and common sense, make healthier choices, overcome challenges and experience more peace and contentment. I believe change happens in the present through insight, education and understanding, not by delving into the past.
(978) 827-0914
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Emily Germain, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“http://www.emilygermainlicsw.com I believe that by engaging in therapy you have the opportunity to change and improve your life. Whether you are seeking help at this time due to challenging or unexpected life circumstances, or your difficulties are more long-standing, therapy can make a big difference. It can help you gain a more meaningful and fulfilling life and better understanding of yourself and your relationships with others. Therapy can also help you to discover new ways to cope in the world.
(508) 744-6197
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LMFT, LMHC
“In a relaxed, professional but non-threatening environment, we can explore areas of your life in which you'd like to grow. As a Christian Counselor, the Bible is always the backdrop of the conversation. Nothing about human behavior shocks me. However, God is all about second chances and reconciliation and I love to be a part of the healing process. I offer a free 1/2 hour for a potential client to meet me and see if we "click." Studies have indicated that much of the healing in therapy is owed to this "therapeutic alliance."
(978) 278-3809
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Sylvia Topp, Psychologist  in Beverly
“With a Ph.D. and over 25 years' experience in Clinical Psychology, I provide confidential counseling in a supportive and caring environment. I work with people ages 15 to adult to overcome many of today's common issues, such as: self-esteem, marriage and family difficulties, life focus (developing yourself), depression, anxiety, eating disorders, chemical dependency, sexual abuse, and concerns associated with growing older.
(978) 233-1936
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Rayna Fontana, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“As a parent, it can be painful and even frightening to see your child or teen suffer. It may be that he or she is struggling with depression, anxiety, disordered eating, social problems, adjustment difficulties, or poor self-esteem. Perhaps you find that your own emotional well-being has been diminished in ways that you would like to address. Whatever the nature of an adult, child or family's difficulties, I offer an eclectic approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes empowering individuals and families to collaboratively identify solutions and achieve wellness. I incorporate art, music and humor wherever possible.
(781) 910-7258
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Andrea 'Andi' Freedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MS
“You want a sympathetic ear and a supportive ally, but you also want results. I can help! I am certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) which has been shown to be the most effective treatment for a wide range of mental health issues; especially mood disorders and anxiety. CBT is a collaborative process that helps the individual identify and shift negative thought and behavior patterns resulting in a more positive and fulfilling life. CBT can also improve the quality of life for those dealing with chronic conditions and issues. You want to feel better...I'm ready to help!
(978) 319-4437
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Denise Koelsch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, MA
“People seek me out because of my specialization in depression, anxiety and trauma, and the use of alternative psychotherapy approaches. (However, I do offer traditional approaches). These new psychotherapies are body-centered and mindfulness-based. In other words, we are more than our thoughts - we are our sensations, feelings and that something which is greater than the self, the transpersonal. These new psychotherapies work directly with client's moment to moment awarenesss of what is felt or sensed within the body. These felt sensed experiences are then processed through cognition which then allow for the opportunity of insight, change and healing.
(978) 595-1935
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Melissa J Kaplan, Counselor  in Beverly
“I received my Masters in 2003 from Lesley University and my independent license in 2010. I have been working in the field providing individual therapy to adolescents and adults with a huge range of presenting concerns. I have significant experience with the GLBT population including adolescents facing gender identity questions. I have also worked extensively with survivors of trauma ranging from child abuse to domestic violence to street violence and beyond. My grounding in existential psychoanalytic therapy and training in various forms of cognitive therapy is particularly useful for clients experience anxiety of any sort.
(781) 754-6777
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Elissa Riggio Tosi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Therapy for Intentional Living, Inc. (Tili) is a practice of seasoned therapists with varying styles and areas of expertise. I started a solo practice in 2003 and then Tili in 2009. We have grown to a group of 6 skilled clinicians and a nurse practioner for medication management.
(781) 218-7420
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Joel Steven Brunner, Counselor  in Beverly
“My goal as a therapist is to provide genuine, life-changing support to children, adults and couples who are seeking change and/or insight. My office is designed to be a safe environment where clients can speak openly and honestly about relationships and issues in their lives. My mission is to help clients to develop realistic and helpful changes in their habits, thinking and relationships.
(978) 801-1914
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Susan Dumas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Your goal is mine; to live a happy, fulfilled life. I easily connect to clients with warmth, empathy and understanding. A client gave me a framed quote stating that I provide "The art of true listening". During therapy I adapt to a client's comfort level, interests, and needs. I have a steadfast faith that one can improve their circumstance, overcome challenges, and live an authentic contented life. I am honored when clients trust me with their deepest concerns, hurts and fears. My office is decorated with a focus on meaningfulness, soothing and inspiration including a favorite quote; "Grace Happens".
(978) 767-4239
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Mary Baures, Psychologist  in Beverly
“I have over twenty years experience in helping people overcome loss, have better relationships and find a direction for their future. I am the author of Undaunted Spirits - Portraits of Recovery from Trauma. See my web page www.marybaures.com.
(508) 455-5171
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Ruth Conway, Counselor  in Beverly
“Most of us want to be in connection. We want to be known and acknowledged for our strengths and contributions and to be safely understood for our vulnerabilities. How can this happen? Supportive work in therapy brings that knowing awareness into play. We build trust; we listen more. Mutual respect replaces resentments, anger, and the defeat of resignation. There emerges readiness to experience comfort, ease in interactions, and confidence to handle life's situations with increased skill. Intimacy, vibrancy, and laughter naturally find a place again in our experience of each other and in the ups and downs of life.
(978) 827-0925
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915

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