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Therapists in Cambridge

Lynda D Field, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My clients describe me as a genuine and actively engaged therapist. I am an experienced licensed psychologist who has worked in several different types of professional settings (College Counseling, Hospital, Private Practice). I work with adults, college students, and adolescents. Psychotherapy research indicates that no single form of counseling is effective with all clients or all types of problems, therefore I match my approach to the needs of my clients. I integrate several theoretical orientations, including Psychodynamic (insight oriented), Cognitive-Behavioral (skills development), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, and relational treatment approaches. They form the basis of my compassionate scientific approach.
(781) 460-6139
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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
“My work is based on a relational psychoanalytic approach. This also means that I give great importance to the relationship and to whatever transpires between the parties in the here and now in session. I am integrative in my approach when the need arises, unless it would be appropriate to refer to another specialist.
(617) 615-9931
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Lauren Mizock, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My goal is to create an empowering space to draw from your strengths in overcoming current challenges. As a narrative therapist, I am particularly interested in the stories we tell about our lives and how those stories influence our problems. I work collaboratively with clients to establish ongoing, flexible goals for therapy to make our sessions effective. My clients describe me as warm, positive, and insightful.
(617) 299-8902
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Marianne Cook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
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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
Arnold Robbins, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
Psychiatrist, MD
“I provide comprehensive humanistic psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. I have a lot of experience and clinical know-how across most valid psychotherapeutic approaches. I am empathic and thoughtful and approachable. I am a Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Boston University Medical Center, and a Lecturer at Tufts Medical Center. I am a sought after supervisor for resident psychiatrists and colleagues. I work with all age groups except very young children. Please see my web site for pertinent information about me ( (home page). I am thorough and comprehensive in my evaluations and treatment recommendations. I am sensitive and responsive to each patient and their needs.
(617) 941-4131
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Debra S Filiurin, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Debra Filiurin has been working with individuals, couples and groups for 27 years. You will engage in a humanistic approach, with respectful dialogue to help you achieve your individual goals.
(617) 446-3015
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Ken Sherman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
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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
Kumiko Ide, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cambridge
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Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I've been working with many young adults, especially Asian-Americans who are dealing with turning points in their lives such as relationships, career, and identities. I see many bi-cultural/bi-racial couples, families, and their children.
(617) 329-9981
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Abigail Judge, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I work with children, adolescents and adults, and I have a particular interest in psychotherapy with adolescent girls and young women. In addition to my private practice, I am on the clinical faculty at the Harvard Medical School where I am involved in teaching and supervision. *Clinical faculty, Harvard Medical School * Post-graduate training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy (2011-2012). * Two post-doctoral fellowships in child forensic psychology at Harvard Medical School.
(617) 500-0331
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
“I am a clinical psychologist with over 25 years of experience in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. My practice is directed toward individuals who have problems with self-esteem, with relationships, and/or with achieving work satisfaction. Often people are depressed and anxious, and unhappy with their lives, yet unable to effect change. For many, even knowing what it is they may desire is difficult and confusing. Sometimes, life feels meaningless and direction is hard to find. Developmental challenges, such as occupation choice, marriage, raising children, mid-life, and aging, pose particular stresses and are often times for re-evaluation.
(617) 606-7736
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Marshaun Glover, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I view the therapeutic relationship as the most important aspect of helping people overcome obstacles. I seek to develop this relationship with my patients and pay attention to the aspects of their lives that they feel are most important. It is my opinion that in order to effectively help someone, you must be genuinely interested in them. My ideal patient is one who reaches a level of comfort and confidence in expressing themselves. Although this is not always easy at first, we are often able to get there!
(617) 841-8285
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
Stephanie Erber, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I work with children, adolescents, and adults to resolve challenges related to anxiety, depression, eating disorders, relationships, and school/work adjustment. I offer a collaborative, empathic environment and an integrated approach that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, relational, and psychodynamic theories to help you and/or your child understand and change nonproductive thoughts and behaviors, expand emotional awareness, improve relationships, build self-confidence, and face the obstacles that are getting in the way of reaching life goals.
(857) 598-6025
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Center For Change is the private practice of Amanda Curtin in Cambridge Massachusetts. Amanda has been in practice for 28 years specializing in working with clients on reprogramming early developmental experiences in a deep and lasting way. She is a holistic therapist who believes in the mind-body-spirit connection. In the early 90s, Amanda formulated and developed a highly successful and sought out three year structured adult group model for healing childhood trauma.
(617) 702-2477
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCISW
“Amy is a licensed independent clinical social worker who enjoys working with children, families, individuals and couples. Though experienced in a variety of modalities, Amy prefers a client-centered approach that accommodates the various needs and styles of her clients.
(617) 390-8299
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Lisa Cohen, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I believe that through collaborative work in therapy, a person can achieve the personal goals that they set for themselves. I primarily use a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) treatment modality but also draw on aspects of interpersonal therapy, narrative therapy, and psychodynamic therapy to help individuals identify strengths and challenges in their lives as well as specific techniques for implementing positive change. In the supportive environment of our sessions, we can work together to explore your sources of emotional stress and find ways to overcome obstacles. I work with individuals of all ages including children, adolescents, and adults.
(617) 275-4974 x310
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Abigail McNally, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Dr. Abigail McNally is a licensed psychologist in private practice in the heart of Harvard Square with 10+ years of clinical experience. Trained in psychoanalysis, psychodynamic therapy, and psychotherapeutic integration, she specializes in long-term, intensive treatments with individuals looking to make deep and lasting changes in the ways they approach love, work, and play. With a warm, compassionate, flexible, and integrative approach, Dr. McNally's work reflects utmost respect and humility for the complexity of the human condition. She works with adults, adolescents, and couples, and also provides supervision and consultation.
(617) 307-4791
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Joel Krieg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CGP
“Good therapy creates clarity and promotes change - emotional, cognitive, and behavioral. I provide psychotherapy to adults and adolescents in a manner that is anchored in warmth and curiosity. I want to understand how you experience life and the factors that have and continue to affect your experience. With compassion for how difficult change can be, I work to demystify the therapeutic process.
(617) 934-2826
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Douglas Orne, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Families for whom a child's behavior weighs heavily on the home find my skill set a welcome relief. I am the Psychologist with expertise in Family Therapy and Applied Behavioral Analysis. Active in approach, transparent in nature and collaborative in style, my practice will validate all it has taken for you to arrive at my door. Then begins the process of crafting a clear pathway towards a different home. Supporting individuals and families in acquiring and sustaining positive behavioral change is what I do best, be it in my Cambridge office or in the front room of your home.
(617) 606-3404
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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