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Therapists in East Boston

Marriage/Couples/Family Mediation and Coaching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in East Boston
“Your relationships are important. While you don't expect to agree 100% of the time, you desire more harmony. You want to work together and may not know how to begin. I create a safe space to explore what's going on, and discover ways to make it better. I teach communication techniques that help you understand and stay connected through challenging times. Couples report I have helped them: argue less, recapture intimacy, resolve sex issues, resolve money issues, recover from affairs, decide the status of their relationship, establish parenting and visitation plans, mediate separation agreements and more.
(978) 616-9928
East Boston, Massachusetts 02128
Emilia M Sabatowska,   in East Boston
“I am a psychotherapist and a health coach. In my holistic approach to treatment, I view health as a combination of mind, body and spirit, with each aspect being equally important. I work with you to help you recover your inherent wholeness and support you in identifying the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that prevent you from living a healthy and inspired life. We will explore any unresolved emotions and inner conflicts that interfere with your functioning in the present. We will focus on behavior change and practical tools that you can incorporate in your daily life to feel your best.
(617) 208-4439
East Boston, Massachusetts 02128
Laurena MacDougall Lyons, Marriage & Family Therapist  in East Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MED, LMFT
“Entering this field a bit later in life, it was not without gaining, and continuing to gain, multiple perspectives associated with trials stemming from family of origin, marital, trauma, secondary trauma, relationship, parenting-to raise/parenting-to-prepare, job-related, adoption/reunification, loss, life transition and elder care issues. I know life's journey to be replete with challenges. I also know it to be rich, adventurous, rewarding. I've learned obstacles are more easily negotiated with support and that becoming our own agent of change is not as elusive as it may often seem.
(617) 237-6832
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East Boston, Massachusetts 02128
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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