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Therapists in Cambridge

Steven Graubard, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a consulting and clinical psychologist with over thirty years' experience as both a licensed psychotherapist and organizational consultant. In my clinical role, I work with adults, taking a cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approach that is focused on achieving lasting results. I also provide counseling therapy and executive coaching services. I help individuals improve their emotional, personal, and career lives with a well-rounded clinical approach. I also helps couples overcome troubles and challenges in their relationships.
(617) 981-6506
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Dominic J Maxwell, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
“My treatment focus begins with a comprehensive evaluation with the explicit goal of making an accurate clinical diagnosis. A treatment plan that will address the underlying problem/s as well as the specific symptoms of the patient is then formulated. I use Psychopharmacology (medication management) and/or Psychotherapy to treat my patients - depending upon the condition and the patient's preferences.
(508) 812-5548
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Cambridge Mind Body, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Anxiety, trauma and addictive behaviors are workable. These are patterns in the nervous system, and people often lack the skills to change them. My interest is teaching practical, applicable skills to work directly with unwanted patterns and train in new ones. This approach works more with direct experience, less in talking about what happened in past days or years. I also have a special interest in teaching people how to both work with the present-day symptom and "finish the business" of childhood pain. This combination of working with body and mind, past and present, is comprehensive, empowering and practical.
(617) 396-4946
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Valerie Blanc,   in Cambridge
“My journey has led me to a desire to support and guide people through their difficulties, helping them to remember the strengths that they possess and that have led them through their life.
(857) 598-5593
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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
Patrice Birenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have over 30 years experience working with a variety of issues including addiction, self esteem, relationship problems, anxiety, and depression. I work with adults and couples. I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy and thus help people understand their families of origin and how their early experiences have contributed to who they are and perhaps hold them back from becoming who they would like to be. Therapy includes talking therapy, behavioral technique, cognitive behavioral therapy.
(781) 850-4362
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
John Rosario-Perez, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Good psychotherapy thrives on trust and safety and a "goodness of fit." This makes it possible to undertake the emotional and behavioral changes that lead to a more fulfilling life. Whether you want to reduce your current levels of stress or do the deeper work of addressing underlying causes, I am committed to helping you resolve the issues that interfere with your happiness. My areas of expertise include improving self-esteem, reducing anxiety, working through depression, and resolving relationship conflicts. I see a diversity of clients including adults, college students, couples, GLBTQ, and those from international and multi-cultural backgrounds.
(781) 422-8908
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Shannon Kelly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CPCC
“Are you optimizing your full potential or are you stagnating? Do you want to enjoy your life more, become more peaceful and present, and maintain loving, fulfilling relationships? If you feel stuck, or are questioning your current life choices, or are dealing with painful challenges, or are simply longing for greater self-esteem and self-love, let's begin uncovering the obstacles that are holding you back from tapping into your best self and life. Our co-created therapeutic relationship, coupled with your openness, willingness to dive deep, and desire for change, hold the keys to your transformation.
(617) 936-7047
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Dorothy H Gampel, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I have many years of experience with a wide variety of life stories that have brought a person to the decision to seek help. The goal as I see it is to see what might need to be unraveled to find a healthier outlook. I listen a lot while you explain what brought you here, and together we look to see what will make it better. I usually use a mixture of psychoanalytic, behavioral and social thinking. I also recommend breathing, meditation, and sometimes books to read, but most of the work is done with our talking together.
(617) 652-0982
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Emily Mukherji, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
“I am not accepting new patients at this time.
(617) 606-5988
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Hoay Cheah, Counselor  in Cambridge
“If you are considering therapy and searching for a therapist you have already begun your journey of self-actualization, congratulations! Engaging in therapy essentially is a process of self-discovery that leads to self-improvement and healing. As a therapist, my goal is to create a safe space for you to explore the thought, feeling, and behavioral patterns that have made you who you are and led you to where you are in the present.
(617) 440-3217
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Kristin Semmelmeyer, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am an experienced clinical psychologist with over 18 years of experience in clinical practice. I have an empathic, non-judgmental style, and work to gently and clearly understand the feelings and experience of the person who is sitting in front of me. The basis for my work is psychodynamic therapy, a form of "talk therapy" in which the roots of present-day issues are identified by exploring earlier experiences that may be related. Through this processing of early experiences, emotional resolution of the experiences can occur. Through this therapeutic process, my patients live progressively happier, more contented lives.
(617) 410-8771
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Joy Von Steiger, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I have been in private practice in the Boston/Cambridge area for 25 years working with individual adults and adolescents, couples and families. I have taught and trained psychologists and psychiatrists at both Harvard teaching hospitals and Brandeis and have been a Clinical Instructor in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. I work in a collaborative, supportive manner to engage couples and individuals in the often difficult work of exploring conflicts and struggles in their lives and relationships. I believe a treatment approach should always involve a direct, honest exchange that will allow for understanding and change.
(617) 682-9227
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Michael A Langlois, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
“When people come to therapy, it's important to remember that they are trying to cope in the best way they can. You don't have to wait until things feel unbearable. I have been a psychotherapist for over 20 years, and have experience working with Online Gaming, Adolescents, Parenting Conflicts, Cross-cultural Therapy, Learning Disabilities, Depression, GLBT Issues, Bereavement,Anxiety and Trauma. A video is worth a thousand words, so if you go to my website you'll find two that talk about my specialty, who I am and how I work.
(617) 702-2364
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
“I will help you cope more effectively with anxiety, depression, loneliness, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive behaviors and feelings related to past childhood trauma. My clients describe me as very compassionate, easy to talk to and able to provide just the right kind of insight that allows them to feel better and make profound changes in their lives. I enjoy working with adults and couples of all ages and cultural backgrounds. I am sensitive to issues of gender. I have 25 years of experience both inpatient and outpatient and work short-term or longer-term, depending on a client's preference.
(617) 941-4505
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Lydia Onofrei, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“No two histories are alike, and no one process of psychotherapy is exactly like another. I work collaboratively with my patients to develop the trust and safety necessary to make meaningful changes. I have helped patients change patterns of feeling and relating, resolve painful internal or external conflicts, come to terms with loss and disappointment, make difficult decisions, get a handle on persistent anxiety, and work through depression. Whether the cause of your unhappiness is clear or must be discovered, we can work together to find a way forward.
(781) 214-7141
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Aimee Lim-Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I provide client-centered psychotherapy and consultation service for children and adults. My expertise includes helping individuals with anxiety, depressed mood, stressful life situations, relationship difficulties, and adjustment to life situations. I'm grounded in developmental, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and systems theories, my approach is client-centered, practical and strengths-based. I use motivational interviewing (MI), mindfulness, narrative, relaxation/stress reduction, and skill building techniques as well as exploring insight oriented /psychodynamic approaches. I believe it's important to help maximize day-to-day functioning and also help sustain longer lasting changes to improve a clients overall life.
(618) 777-6500
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Beth Cowett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe that open expression of feelings and telling personal truths in a trusting environment can be deeply healing. Whether you are looking to relieve anxiety and depression, cope with loss or life transitions, or build more meaningful and satisfying relationships, our work together will be a collaborative endeavor. Through gentle, direct feedback, practical suggestions, and humor, I can help you identify personal goals and tackle barriers to achieving these goals. Slowing down, taking time for yourself, and developing non-judgmental awareness of your feelings will relieve discomfort and isolation.
(617) 981-7783 x57
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Marianne Cook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I provide individual psychotherapy to adults, including college students, to help them work through difficult experiences, make positive changes, and reach their goals. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, relationship issues, life transitions, identity issues, and school- and job-related concerns. I also work with clients experiencing chronic pain and illness, grief and loss, postpartum/new parent challenges, cross-cultural issues, eating disorders, and substance abuse. Based on each client's needs, I draw on a variety of therapeutic approaches, offering constructive feedback, specific tools, nonjudgmental listening, and support and encouragement. I often incorporate mindfulness techniques into my work.
(617) 600-0261
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Donna M. McNally, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LADC-
“As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Alcohol/Drug Counselor, I have more than 30 years of clinical experience. Located near Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA., I am easily accessible to the college-age-population. However, my clients range from adolescents to "Baby Boomers." Goal-focused, brief treatment works best for my clients. I tailor my clinical treatment plan to the unique needs of each individual. I respond to all emails and telephone calls within 48hrs.
(617) 936-7236
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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