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Therapists in Cambridge

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
Robert Weber, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“If you are a baby boomer, ages 50 to 68, and wish to address the transitional challenges that accompany this time of life, then I may be the therapist for you. Together we will explore and seek answers to the physical, psychological, emotional and relational issues you are facing. Known as the generation of seekers, the spiritual dimension has also been important to us baby boomers, so, our work will incorporate and integrate the spiritual as well as the psychological if you like.
(617) 860-3501 x3
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Robin Ohringer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals.
(617) 648-9440
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Deborah Shilkoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Over the past 30 plus years as a psychotherapist, I've heard many times from patients: "I want to be happy, to feel peaceful inside myself, but I can't seem to get there." "I feel badly always telling my friends and family, because I feel like a broken record. I worry they feel helpless and fed up listening to me." There are many reasons people feel stuck in their anxiety, depression, or relationship problems, and feel immobilized by them. It's been my experience
(617) 506-3403
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
Araceli Orozco Hershey, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
“I have more than 10 years working with children, adolescents and families addressing issues related to anxiety, depression, grief, major life transitions, behavioral problems, and trauma -including sexual abuse and domestic violence. One main goal of my practice is to improve functioning and promote well-being. Strong focus is given to coping skills and facilitating wellness that comes from within. No matter what is going on in your life, you can be well. The ability that humans have to regulate other's behaviors is limited, but the ability to regulate and direct our own thoughts, emotions and behaviors are is within reach.
(617) 500-0253
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Christine Herot, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“One of the most important goals in my practice is to foster a warm, kind, and genuine empathic environment where my clients can develop a sense of trust and well-being. Overcoming anxiety, depression, eating disorders, PTSD and other forms of suffering can happen within a healing therapeutic relationship. I offer gentle feedback to my clients who have expressed feeling safe to share their painful experiences with me. I have been providing therapy for several years to young adults, adults and to the elderly. I also offer supervision to psychologists, psychiatrists and doctoral students in psychology.
(617) 858-6752
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Lucinda Ballantyne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“The first goal of psychotherapy is relief from distress, but it should also be about how you want to live and what you want your relationships to be. I specialize in depression and anxiety and have particular experience in working with problems around relationship difficulties, creativity and family dynamics. My approach is open and based on the uniqueness of each person. This is basic to your feeling free to explore difficult, complex feelings. I work with you to discover how experiences have shaped the ways you see yourself and relate to others, sometimes in ways outside of your awareness.
(781) 803-7434
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
Jennifer Jamieson Bortle, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a licensed psychologist who enjoys working with people struggling with anxiety or panic, depression, relationship issues, and life transitions. I have special interest and experience with LGBTQ and internet-related issues. I'm kink- and poly-friendly and have particularly enjoyed working with FTM trans men at various stages of transition. I have been trained in a variety of treatment approaches, but feel most strongly influenced by psychodynamic theories. I find that understanding patterns of thought, feeling, and relating and taking new ownership of them can create real change in one's work, relationships, and emotions.
(857) 342-3176
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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
Eleanor Kim, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Welcome. Sometimes symptoms knock at your door because there is no other way to 'tell' you that change is necessary. It's great you're listening. Clients find me warm and supportive, but also sophisticated in the use of interventions to facilitate a process of change. I am actively engaged and integrative in my treatment approach. The use of multiple methods allows me to focus on what works, rather than relying on one theoretical model. If you are interested, I am also able to incorporate skills training and hypnosis into the treatment as appropriate.
(617) 936-7283
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Anna L Stothart, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I see therapy as method to connect to a felt sense of inner vitality and well-being. As a psychotherapist I aim to provide a creative space where I can help you to discover your full potential and move from integration and wholeness. In this process, I will assist you in becoming more secure in your approach to life and more in charge of the challenges you face.
(617) 446-3223
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Brent Reynolds, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Entering therapy is courageous. It can be a transformational space, a bridge from suffering to the discovery of choices that enable people to actively engage life. Depression, anxiety, fear and difficult feelings are not indicative of sickness, but rather signals that call for self-care, curiosity and empathy. I believe people's strengths are integral in the therapeutic process; I seek to help people access their humor, resilience, courage, intelligence, sensitivity and honesty throughout the healing process.
(857) 254-8285
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
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
Deb Aubuchon, Counselor  in Cambridge
“We all experience struggle, but we don't have to go through it alone. My experience has taught me that life can feel much easier when you have someone who knows you, understands, and sees things from your perspective.
(617) 326-8691
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Madhabi Mistry, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a clinical psychologist with extensive experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults in outpatient, inpatient and residential settings. I trained in New York and Massachusetts in both psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavior, and motivational enhancement principles and techniques. I have been practicing in Massachusetts for nearly 10 years, bringing an eclectic orientation and flexibility to my work.
(617) 379-3576 x5
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Lovern Moseley, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Dr. Lovern R. Moseley is a Christian psychologist with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field with children, adolescents and adults struggling with emotional and behavioral issues and those with traumatic exposures. She specializes in marriage and family therapy including work with interracial couples, multiracial individuals, and blended families. She has also worked extensively with individuals of Caribbean descent.
(617) 337-3778
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Emily Frank, Counselor  in Cambridge
“We all need support, guidance and inspiration on the journey of becoming who we most want to be and in living fully. Issues that emerge in relationships often stem from a disconnect from the self. My hope is to support individuals in connecting to their own inner wisdom in attempt to live with authenticity. I also work with couples in communication and intimacy. Many of my clients are on the GLBT spectrum including those in the kink community. With compassion, I support clients in living their truths, understanding patterns, exploring different aspects of themselves and developing insight and awareness.
(857) 239-0050
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Diana M Gamser, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
“I am a Harvard-trained child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist. I have experience in providing diagnostic assessment, ongoing psychotherapy, parent guidance, medication (psychopharmacology) treatment and consultations. I enjoy working with people of all ages. I have served as a psychiatric consultant to a university counselling service, and I continue to work with middle and high school age students in both residential and day school settings. My approach draws on my training in a wide variety of treatment modalities, including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and family work.
(617) 674-1087
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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