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Therapists in Cambridge

“For over 20 years I have offered compassionate, supportive, strengths-based, whole-person psychotherapy, focusing on women who want to make positive changes in their lives and in themselves. Each individual is helped to meet their challenges, expand their capacities, open new vision and possibilities, and discover their deeper inner strengths. My therapeutic focus includes anxiety, depression, stress, and feelings of being stuck, overwhelmed or depleted. Also, self questions, self-esteem, self-growth, and relationships, codependency and undermining patterns. And, life transitions, life balance, work, college, and health issues, whole-self well-being, and life paths.
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Allison Celimli, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I specialize in interpersonal growth and connection. I have extensive experience helping men and women understand themselves better and deepen their relationships with others. In therapy, we will collaborate and address issues that block connections and that lead to feelings of being lost, confused, sad, and fearful. I often treat individuals who are searching for greater fulfillment in their lives and who experience isolation in their difficulties to change behaviors. Together, we will look into what purpose these behaviors serve. We will work to make room for new, effective behaviors that present themselves and lead to greater life fulfillment.
(617) 500-6137
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Carol Ann Licitra, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I provide individual and couples counseling to adults, age18-65+. The individuals that I work with are often in the middle of a life change or wanting to find new ways to manage life's challenges. Couples that I work with are often looking to improve communication in their relationship. Some are embarking on new chapters; others are in the midst of conflict. I have experience and a special interest in life events and changes, sexual orientation, gender identity/transition, grief and loss, and chronic or life-threatening illness.
(857) 342-3576
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Katie Novick Nolan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with adults, children, and families. Issues my clients face include: Adults struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues, grief and loss. Adults, children, and adolescents coping with trauma. Parents trying to help their children manage social and behavioral issues at home and at school, and diagnoses such as ADHD. Teenagers dealing with school, social or family issues. Adults adjusting to becoming parents.
(617) 500-6171
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
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
Azimuth Psychological, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Azimuth Psychological is a group of mental health professionals in Cambridge, Boston, and Nantucket, dedicated to providing exceptionally thoughtful psychological testing and therapy. In our therapy practice we work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Our therapeutic expertise covers relationship issues, depression, anxiety, self-injurious behavior, and suicidality. We do so with an eclectic and integrated approach in order to find solutions that best fit the dynamic people with whom we work. We construct our testing batteries on an individual basis in order to best answer the referral question. Our testing expertise covers adults, adolescents, and children aged four+.
(617) 936-7028
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Samantha Burns, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I have assisted clients in exploring and decreasing their negative symptoms and moods, such as stress, sadness, irritability, & anxiety. My clients experience greater satisfaction & understanding of their thoughts & feelings, with an increase in positive mood, improved relationships, & fulfillment of their life goals. I work with individuals, couples, & families, treating all of my clients with a non-judgmental, empathetic approach while addressing their individual needs. Common concerns for which my clients have pursued treatment are relationship issues, stress management, life transitions (such as college, changing careers, breakups), grief/loss, depression & anxiety, interpersonal conflicts, and substance use.
(781) 754-6334
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Silvia Dominguez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW, Forensi, Service
“Do you need a change? Trying to get back on track or go beyond where you have been? I am a cross-cultural and bilingual (Spanish-English) therapist who strives to provide specific skills to unique backgrounds and situations. Do you feel misunderstood, devalued or excluded? Do you have enough emotional supports? Are you culturally different, dealing with more than one culture or ethnicity? Do you want to enhance your performance and learn to be more effective in a cross-cultural environment? My aim is to create a welcoming and non-judgmental environment to explore and actively pursue your emotional, personal, and professional growth.
(339) 234-5331
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Virginia Childs, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I specialize in working with adolescents, (ages 11+), focusing on mood management issues in general (anger, anxiety, depression); more specific issues include trauma recovery and PTSD, risk of school failure and school avoidance, emotional dysregulation/distress tolerance, etc. I have worked as a psychotherapist for 25+ years in residential, outpatient and school settings with youth, families, couples and adults.
(617) 394-1515
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Mark Redmond, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Whether you're dealing with depression, anxiety, family or relationship concerns, grief, or other life transitions, I would be honored to join you as we explore the possibilities and limitations you experience in your life. I offer my genuine curiosity, careful reflection, appropriate humor, and honest feedback. As a therapist, I seek to be an interested, nonjudgmental presence, a companion in your pursuit of a more mindful and fulfilling relationship with yourself and a greater sense of possibility amid the complexities and contradictions of living. I have a particular interest in working with people living with the complexity of loss.
(617) 958-1124
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Eric Nass, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“In all my work with clients, including adults, adolescents, and children, I provide a warm, safe and respectful environment based on collaboration and curiosity. When people contact me with concerns about themselves or their children, they often feel stuck or at a loss about how to proceed. They may be concerned about issues of self-esteem, satisfaction in relationships, or a child's behavioral difficulties at home or in school. I use an active and interactive style in helping clients gain new ways to understand themselves and new tools to address problematic patterns of thinking, feeling, or behaving.
(857) 264-3798
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Kate Tetuan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a multicultural individual and group therapist who enjoys working with children, adolescents, and emerging adults. Each person is unique and has different reasons why they may be seeking support for themselves or for their child. Regardless of the reason, I am happy to meet with you to explore next steps.
(857) 277-7492
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Joel Gluck,   in Cambridge
MEd, RDT
“As a therapist and coach (with 20 years coaching executives in major corporations) I have helped countless clients break free from stuck patterns and take successful action toward achieving their personal goals. I have worked with a wide range of issues, including relationship problems, emotional wounds experienced in childhood, addictions and other unwanted behaviors, depression, and anxiety.
(617) 701-7962
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Barbara J Saltzstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“if you are motivated to work on what is troubling you I will see you. I see primarily adults of all ages individually or in couples. I do see some adolescents/families. I work with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, bipolar, medical issues and relationship concerns. I have built a multifaceted approach which we can tailor-make for you. One client said of me,"Barbara is a great asset for anyone looking to deepen their experience of life. She is a warm and caring guide through any difficulty and will reliably be your mentor,therapist,teacher and friend". Please call and we will talk. Thank you.
(617) 963-0998
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Patricia Lotterman, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Are you struggling with feeling connected in relationships? Do you feel "not good enough"? Do you think you don't even know HOW to have fulfilling relationships? I can help. I work with individuals and couples to improve self esteem, communication skills, and the quality of their relationships; whether with a significant other, spouse, child, sibling, ex-spouse,etc. If you are alive, you have relationships. Are they good? It can be especially challenging to maintain healthy relationships and self esteem if your are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, a high pressured job, or a recent loss.
(617) 446-3152
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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
Susan Bokor Nadas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Facing life's difficulties can be overwhelming. Therapy can help you with the stresses you are encountering in your life, including depression, anxiety and relationship problems. I will listen to you carefully and work collaboratively with you to tackle life's problems, supporting you as you take steps toward living a fuller, richer life.
(617) 999-8458
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Julie Smith, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Therapy is a process that provides you with professional guidance in identifying and resolving disruptive feelings, emotional conflicts, and distressing behavioral patterns that may be getting in the way of you reaching your goals and living comfortably. I draw from a variety of counseling and therapeutic strategies to help you find your own path to healing. I can provide a supportive, non-judgmental presence that can facilitate this process and help create a relationship that will enable growth and change.
(617) 396-7049
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Laura Ewing, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“We live in a traumatic world and the effects of this trauma are a heavy burden on our backs. We carry many things with us in our lives. This stuff clutters our closets, makes it hard to walk around our basements and gets in the way of our progress. I help my clients use images, objects, and memories to call forth their stories. Then I support them in learning the skills to retell these stories in a healthier way and to let go of the burden of trauma.
(203) 692-4326
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Lisa Pierce, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
“Welcome! It's wonderful that you are considering therapy, and I am here to help. I believe we are capable of far more than we realize. I think of myself as a guide to self-discovery and self-realization. Through individual and couples counseling I have successfully helped people significantly decrease their depression, anxiety, compulsive behavior, and self-destructive patterns such as alcoholism and eating disorders. Working together I have also helped people enhance their self-esteem, communication, boundaries, relationship with others, and helped people work through separation, loss, trauma, school and career difficulties.
(617) 945-5190
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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