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Therapists in Cambridge

Sarah L Lusk, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Asking for help can be very difficult. With over 20 years of experience as a Clinical Psychologist working with children, adolescents and adults I appreciate how difficult life can be. I believe in collaboration, working together to help you understand difficulties in depth and find long-lasting relief. People describe me as honest, warm, easy to talk to, and respectful.
(617) 477-8490
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Make My Wellness, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
“Are you feeling stuck? Or like something is missing from your life and you can't figure out where, why or what? Do you feel misunderstood and like no one else gets it? I have extensive experience in guiding clients through answering all of these questions. While the decision to seek treatment can be daunting, it opens the door to self-preservation and the "taking back" of one's life. Together we repair and build upon the existing foundation from which you approach such questions while constructing your inherent "wholeness" which is not only possible to achieve but also sustainable.
(508) 630-3048
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
Valerie Kirr, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I enjoy helping individuals who seek Balance, yet struggle to find the right combination. With 20+ years of experience, I have knowledge and compassion for both the biological and psychosocial aspects of mental health. Support, Exploration, New Skills and Making Connections are the Essentials for Moving Forward to a more Balanced Life. During treatment an Eclectic Approach will be used to suit your needs as an Individual. Modalities may include: CBT, Interpersonal, Psychodynamic, MBCT, & TFT, EMDR. Opportunities to explore Creative Outlets,Yoga/Movement, and Art, may benefit to enhance the therapeutic healing process.
(857) 239-0055
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Ragan McNeely, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Are you struggling in your primary relationship, with expressing your sexuality, with intimacy? Is it affecting your creativity, your ability to relate to others, negatively impacting your self confidence or your career? I listen and work with you to freely say, feel and know all of the parts of yourself. I am interested in your knowing yourself well and gaining a compassionate understanding of every aspect of yourself. I work for deep understanding, listening carefully, gently, with patient curiosity. I am interested in safe, deep and lasting change.
(617) 446-3010
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Kelly R. Wilson, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Often, people come to therapy because they are living lives that they never planned on. It becomes clear that difficulties from the past are getting in the way of settling into relationships. I am interested in helping people overcome losses - the loss of time due to depression, the loss of previous versions of oneself due to unresolved feelings, illnesses, or injuries, the loss of relationships that might have succeeded had one been more able to give to or receive from others, and the loss of one's identity due to the demands of work, relationships, or culture.
(857) 264-3519
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Kristen White, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I believe that attending to inner experience in the presence of a caring, well-trained, and interested therapist can led to tangible life improvements. I'd like to work with you to improve your mood, outlook, and relationships. Therapy offers a rich and warm environment to get to know yourself and what it is you would most deeply like to have in your life. Equally importantly, therapy can then help you build the tools and resources (both internal and external) to transform your life.
(617) 390-7885
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Bet Macarthur, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Bet MacArthur now also provides Financial Lifestyle and Stress Training --- this is therapy aimed at reducing financial stress and teaching good money skills. A direct path to much better living, regardless of income or source of income. Bet is an experienced individual, group, and couples' therapist. She is down-to-earth, pragmatic, and client-centered. She works with all types of problems in living, including bipolar or other mental illness history, gender identity, sexual concerns, work/school troubles, parenting, ADD & learning disabilities, anxiety, depression, and life planning issues for people with physical disabilities of all kinds.
(617) 661-5779
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Amy Plante, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a clinical psychologist with expertise in working with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, and self-esteem. I work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals and natural supports, and provide compassionate psychotherapy tailored to your individual needs. My treatment focuses on helping people discover their inherent strengths and identify what in their lives they would like to change to find balance and wellness. My aim is to act as a guide to help people find their own personal motivation. I am located near the Alewife T Station in Cambridge MA with ample parking and handicap accessibility.
(617) 580-5352
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
Lisa Citrin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“It has been a privilege to work with individuals who seek deeper self-understanding and growth. Years of practice have strengthened my convictions that finding a therapist who is good fit is crucial and that feeling seen, heard, and known can open up a space to develop deeper insight and effect change. The relationship that develops over time can facilitate meaningful insight and eventual shifts in one's way of being in the world.
(857) 342-2965
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Kendall Psychological Associates, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My approach to therapy is flexible and collaborative as I work with clients to develop a greater understanding of themselves, their relationships, and the patterns that are contributing to their dissatisfaction or distress. I think it is important to provide people with tools to improve self-care, decrease stress, and feel more in control as they work toward the positive changes they would like to see in their lives. I am experienced in working with difficulties related to college and graduate-student life, life transitions, peer and family relationships, grief, and eating issues.
(617) 500-4731
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Randy Blume, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Therapy is an opportunity to make changes (in mood, anxiety, behavior, work, school, relationships, lifestyle, etc.), and it can feel like climbing a mountain--simultaneously terrifying, frustrating, and exhilarating. As your therapist, I'll be by your side keeping the summit in sight even when you can see only seemingly endless rocks and ice ahead. I am a down-to-earth, pragmatic, general therapist (with a sense of humor). I integrate psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral, motivational enhancement, and stress reduction principles and techniques into treatment based on your needs, goals, and the best strategy to reach the view from the top.
(617) 294-5112
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
Catalina Arboleda, Psychologist  in Cambridge
Psychologist, PhD
“As a Harvard educated and trained psychologist, with over 30 years of clinical experience, I am able to make a positive difference in people's lives. I'm a highly interactive and practical psychologist. I have a direct, active style that is solution-focused. I will help you make sense of your difficulties, make positive changes in your life and help you better manage whatever life history you have and the issues that are getting in your way. Building on your strengths, while giving you new tools to manage your difficulties is the essence of my work.
(617) 229-6914
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Maya Hanelin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“We all need a safe and supportive place to feel heard, move through challenges, and develop insight. I support my clients in this therapy journey to embrace their strengths, integrate new skills, and be true to him or herself. Individuals come to me around many different issues including relationships, life transitions, anxiety, and depression. I also have a specialty in working with LGBT individuals.
(617) 701-7527
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Rebecca Norris-Bell, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Finding someone you feel comfortable working with is the first step to beginning therapy. Making this connection with you is important to me, so that you are free to discuss difficult aspects of your life. As a licensed psychologist, I provide emotional support, guidance, and an outside perspective to help you develop insight into the root of your problems, learn coping skills, and ultimately, make positive changes.
(857) 233-0376
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Deborah Brigandi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I provide psychotherapy for a diverse group of individuals, couples and families struggling with a wide range of challenging issues. I have extensive experience working with adults experiencing depression, anxiety and life's major challenges and transitions. I have additional training and experience helping clients facing weight management issues as well as chronic illness. My clients have the opportunity to develop coping strategies, gain emotional strength, and discover inner motivation and self-confidence that fosters an improved sense of well-being. I believe in the individual's increased capacity for joy, mindfulness and a sense of balance in life.
(617) 390-8881
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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
Allison Berger, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I worked for 11 years as a clinician and Program Director at McLean Hospital, specializing in trauma and related disorders, treating diverse patients. I have deep respect for clients' painful struggles as well as their strength, resilience, and capacity for growth. My approach is fundamentally gentle and compassionate, but change cannot happen passively. Are you curious about yourself and wish to understand how your past informs present relationships, emotional experience, and behavior? Join me to build insight and coping strategies, reduce the overwhelming impact of your symptoms or history, and build a more empowered, satisfying life.
(617) 855-7663
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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