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Therapists in Cambridge

Melinda Gonyea, Counselor  in Cambridge
“My work is focused in providing client centered and strength-based psychotherapy to pre-teens, adolescents, adults and families. I invite those looking for a warm, safe and caring space to explore their current struggles and to learn strategies to manage anything from day-to-day stressors or transitions, to more long-term, debilitating circumstances. The therapy I provide is relational, solution focused and uses theories and techniques driven from family systems, CBT and DBT.
(413) 347-4124
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Aliza C Yarrow, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I view therapy as a non-judgmental place to explore, discover, heal, and find relief. I work collaboratively with clients to develop a plan that will address the most important, pressing issues that bring them to therapy. I provide short and long-term individual and couples psychotherapy and family consultation. My approach to therapy is psychodynamic and relational. I help clients enhance coping skills and life functioning, providing relief from their distress. Through this approach, clients find meaning, develop deep insight, and ultimately create long-lasting change. Clients have described me as gentle, warm, and actively engaged in their healing.
(617) 209-3114
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Pamela Enders, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My therapy and coaching practice is devoted to working with competent, accomplished individuals who are seeking relief from performance anxiety (stage fright), chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia or work/life stress. My approach is pragmatic, interactive,and engaging and is based on over 30 years of professional experience as a psychotherapist, executive and performance coach, consultant, and faculty member of Harvard Medical School. Depending on what your needs/challenges are, I use a blend of hypnotherapy, coaching, cognitive and/or interpersonal/psychodynamic psychotherapy.
(617) 340-7958
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Joy Yang, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“People often come into therapy seeking relief from painful feelings and patterns, while expressing a desire for change. Making these changes and exploring these patterns can be difficult. Therefore, it is important to find the right person to guide you through this process. I provide a safe, compassionate environment that is supportive and free from judgment. My style incorporates cognitive-behavioral (skill building) and psychodynamic (insight-oriented) approaches. By building on insight, incorporating your personal strengths and developing tools for change, we can work to improve your overall functioning, find a deeper understanding of yourself, and foster personal growth.
(617) 674-1434
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
“My pledge is to witness and support each individual's journey towards becoming more fully alive. In so doing, I bring to my work a respect and acceptance for deep pain as well as an ability to hold lightness and joy. I consider myself as a witness and collaborator in helping to bring old, unconscious patterns to light and thus begin loosening the hold of self limiting beliefs. My clients find me to be compassionate and grounded. I draw upon the wisdom of relational therapy, mind-body awareness, expressive and cognitive behavioral theories to discover what works for you.
(617) 765-0905
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Melinda Kulish, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I work with adults and adolescents in, primarily, a psychodynamic model. I am trained psychoanalytically, but am quite active as a therapist. I am also a trained neuropsychologist and do both neuropsychological and psychological testing. As a result, I often do psychotherapy with people who have neuropsychological deficits. I consider psychotherapy to be a collaborative process and have extensive experience with college and graduate students.
(617) 682-9269
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Francis Guerriero, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LICSW
“Psychotherapy is my calling as well as my passion. I view it as a unique meeting of persons wherein we encounter the givens of our existence together, holding room for lightness and humor. My intention is to companion you along the circumstances of your life, joining you in your world to discover and practice further integration of your relationships and life pursuits: to respect and amplify your individuality and cultivate the personal qualities and quality of life you seek. Passionately involved with literature, music, and philosophy, I revere counseling and therapy as engagement in the art of human relatedness.
(617) 606-4893
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Taming Demons Yoga, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
“If you have been touched by yoga or meditation, and sense their potential for managing life challenges, we may be a good fit. These traditions aren't magic cures, but they contain simple and effective tools for creating beneficial patterns. Increasingly, people are seeing the power of working directly with both mind and body- to cultivate healthier responses, rather than the traditional therapy focus of talking about problems. I teach clients practical, applicable tools to better manage difficult emotions (especially anxiety), thoughts and painful past events. If you are ready for a more positive, proactive approach, that is my orientation.
(617) 275-5947
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
“I am a psychiatrist trained in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. My practice has been directed at individuals who have difficulty finding satisfaction in both their work and love lives despite having achieved considerable success in their professions. I have been seeing individuals and couples for over 30 years and I am experienced with providing combined therapy, including medication and psychotherapy. I work with patients from 1x/week to 4x/week depending on the patient's need for more or less intensive therapy. While the past as a determinant of the present is acknowledged the work is done in the here and now.
(617) 500-7464
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
“After over 25 years experience working with individuals and couples, I have found that it takes more than insight to significantly change one's life. Although insight is certainly helpful, couples and individuals need respectful, caring guidance to move from old stuck positions and beliefs to new paradigms.
(857) 239-0097
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Nicole Issa, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I work with children, adolescents, college students, adults, families, and couples. In my practice, I work collaboratively with my clients to develop a shared understanding of the challenges they are experiencing, the goals they have for their lives, and the process by which therapy can help them achieve their goals. In my work, I use an integrated approach to therapy in order to address the unique and individual needs of each client.
(508) 714-2218
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Carlos A Cuevas, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I specialize in working with individuals who have experienced trauma and abuse. I recognize the sensitive nature of these issues and the challenges these individual experience. I aim to provide an environment supportive for recovery and use empirically validated techniques to address trauma symptoms. I also work with individuals who need general mental health treatment, including difficulties with depression and anxiety. All services are available in English or Spanish. Additionally, I provide forensic services, including assessment and expert witness testimony. I specialize in the areas of interpersonal violence and abuse, trauma and Posttraumatic Stress d/o, and sexual abuse.
(617) 606-9756
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Jessica Lutkenhouse, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a licensed psychologist in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. I completed my pre- and post-doctoral training at Ohio State and Princeton University. I have published in professional journals and have presented at several national conferences. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and integrate both mindfulness and positive psychology techniques in treatment. I have extensive experience conducting couples counseling sessions, as well as individual and group psychotherapy services for adults struggling with anxiety and depression. I also specialize in providing sport psychology consultation to athletes, teams, and coaches wishing to utilize evidence-based psychology to improve performance.
(617) 674-0913
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Doriana Chialant, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am committed to helping you integrate your emotional, spiritual, physical and social dimensions of life. My background and beliefs are rooted both in a relational psychotherapy framework and a Buddhist view of human nature as inherently healthy. I am a committed and caring individual, and I look into where a client's health is coming from. If you are acting critical, where is that mental acuity coming from? If you are acting destructively, where is the source of that energy? And how can that mental acuity and that energy be directed in ways that heal rather than wound you?
(617) 237-6330
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Jill Colman, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My focus is the impact of relationships, both past and present, on current functioning. I am a fully licensed and insured psychologist located in Harvard Square. For the past 15 years, I have been practicing psychotherapy with individuals and couples. Additionally, I have two years of Post-Doctoral training in couples therapy from the Psychoanalytic Couples & Family Institute.
(617) 446-3040
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Emilia M Sabatowska,   in Cambridge
“I am a psychotherapist and a health coach. In my holistic approach to treatment, I view health as a combination of mind, body and spirit, with each aspect being equally important. I work with you to help you recover your inherent wholeness and support you in identifying the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that prevent you from living a healthy and inspired life. We will explore any unresolved emotions and inner conflicts that interfere with your functioning in the present. We will focus on behavior change and practical tools that you can incorporate in your daily life to feel your best.
(617) 208-4439
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Christer Larsson, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“If you, or someone close to you, are struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD or another psychological problem, I may be able to help you. I am a licensed Psychologist with a wide range of experience working with children, adolescents and adults. I provide an engaging and interactive psychotherapy with the clear goal of reducing the depression, anxiety, or other difficulties that you want to be free from. In a cognitive-behaviorally focused approach we define your goals and develop a treatment plan for reaching those goals. This therapeutic approach can best be described as collaborative, cognitive-behavioral, strength-based, mindfulness-based and goal-oriented.
(857) 230-0421
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Elizabeth D Driscoll, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I believe the decision to seek help from a therapist is one that takes tremendous courage. My goal is to provide my clients with a safe and supportive environment in which to explore the issues that are causing them discomfort. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative relationship between client and therapist that fosters the client's self-discovery and self-acceptance and my goal is to assist my clients to develop an authentic sense of themselves, authentic relationships with others, and a meaningful purpose in their world.
(617) 606-9789
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Ken Sherman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe that for therapy to be successful, it needs to be a collaborative experience in which you feel safe, respected, and truly understood. I partner with adults and couples of all ages to develop an effective treatment plan grounded in kindness, compassion, and curiosity. We will explore places where you're struggling and help you to move beyond your resistance and distress.
(617) 997-0341
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Alan Fisch, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
“I have decades of experience working in the field of psychiatry as both a clinician and educator. I have taught Psychopharmacology at Metrowest Medical Center, and Family Therapy at the Beth Israel Deaconness Hospital, in Boston. I am a licensed psychiatrist and is also Board Certified in Psychiatry. In addition, I have achieved the status of being a Diplomate in the American Board of Addiction Medicine. I have particular expertise and interest working with families, and persons with addiction issues.
(617) 208-4425
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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