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Therapists in Newton

Susan Ryerson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Being a child or adolescent is hard enough. If your child or adolescent is also struggling with emotional issues such as anxiety, depression and grief or has learning issues such as ADHD; life can feel overwhelming. Finding the right help when problems become too much to handle alone can be life changing. My work with children and adolescents focuses on instilling new hope, possibilities and increased self-esteem so that life can be productive and fun. In addition, I also offer help to parents of these wonderful and, at times, challenging children. I am available for couples therapy and parenting support.
(339) 224-5136
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Richard L Phillipps, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC, MPH
“For 40 years I've been helping people overcome obstacles that seem insurmountable. I have special expertise in substance abuse, mindfulness-based therapy and issues related to physical illness. My background in both Public Health and Social Work enables me to help people with combined social, emotional and health problems. I'm a strong advocate for family and community support when acceptable to my clients.
(617) 440-7138
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Silke Plesch, Counselor  in Newton
“Did something happen in your past that seems to hold you back now? When we feel overwhelmed often our past experiences might get in the way to develop our full potential. Together we will focus on the whole person using mind and body interventions to relieve tension and stress.
(617) 379-2106
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Elizabeth Harrington, Psychologist  in Newton
“Sometimes things are just too hard to handle on your own. As a senior clinical psychologist with over twenty years in the field, I can help you cope with painful feelings and situations, diminish troubling symptoms and experience greater satisfaction in your life. Whether you are dealing with long standing issues or reactions to recent stressors, a good therapy experience begins with a caring, respectful, accepting relationship. I listen closely and actively raise questions and share thoughts. Working collaboratively, we can develop a full picture of your difficulties and of the resources you have for dealing with them.
(781) 461-6361
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Sara W Brenner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a psychotherapist with expertise in addictions, chronic illness, and grief. I have 30 years of experience in working with adults undergoing life transitions, having problems in their relationships, or experiencing loss. I have a special interest in working with health care professionals, clergy, and adult children of alcoholics. In my practice I help people identify how their past experiences impact their present day functioning, and how self-defeating beliefs can be a barrier to moving forward and implementing positive change.
(617) 682-9010
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Joel M Eichler, Psychologist  in Newton
“I work with clients about their relationship issues. Sometimes this involves problems with partners, parents, siblings, or children and sometimes this is about the relationship a person has with him/her self. The lack of meaningful/successful relationships is often a factor in people seeking therapy. The ensuing symptoms may be in the form of anxiety or depression. I like to meet with the people involved in the relationship problems, although the therapy often starts with a series of solo appointment. I view initial meetings as a consultation to check out the goodness of fit between a person's needs and my professional skills.
(617) 600-6490
Newton, Massachusetts 02467
Amy Brinn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“All parents love their children and want to be good parents - but day-to-day it can be hard to love being a parent. To face parenting challenges with confidence and creativity, parents benefit from having a coach listen to their ideas, validate their struggles, and strategize with and support them in their efforts to do the best for their children. My approach to parent coaching is about increasing awareness and understanding about parenting challenges, and together developing effective parenting strategies tailored to address your specific parenting needs.
(617) 606-9733
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Sue M Sand, Psychologist  in Newton
“I believe in and support the mental health of women throughout the life cycle including issues of transition, role adjustment, pregnancy, parenting, relationships, loss, menopause, and work and family conflicts. I have over 25 years of clinical experience with clients with a wide spectrum of presenting problems including anxiety and depression.
(617) 244-8216
Newton, Massachusetts 02468
Jamie Siegel, Psychologist  in Newton
“I view therapy as an opportunity to explore feelings, understand behaviors, and develop the tools for living a more authentic, satisfying, meaningful life. As a clinical psychologist, I strive to be genuine, warm, and collaborative. I actively engage in the therapeutic process and view the relationship as a safe, non-judgmental space within which to grow, learn, and change. I believe that everyone possesses the natural ability to reach their fullest potential, and it is my privilege to help others discover and develop their strengths and resources.
(617) 860-3244
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Rebecca Manley,   in Newton
“I have been working with girls for the past twenty years. My work addresses issues relating to mood regulation, anxiety, body image, time management or other areas affecting their ability to succeed. My role is to work together with the client and parent and come up with a list of goals. I create personalized skills and strategies to help us reach these goals. Helping girls with their body image or helping them find ways to handle difficult emotions are two specialty areas. My work includes in between session check-ins, skills and confidence boosts.
(617) 390-7293
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Lennie Forest Kleinberg, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am always curious about how we become who we are and as someone once told me, “A person who enters therapy is an experience that wants to happen not a problem to be solved.” My focus is to encourage people to stay curious and open to possibilities of learning more about themselves, creating a supportive safe environment that supports positive movement and change. I stress the importance seeing oneself fully, psychologically, physically and spiritually. All these are important ways of supporting one’s life. I see myself as warm, present, accessible and being of help to accomplish this.
(617) 433-7910
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Amy Krasner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“I am a therapist who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I provide a warm, safe, caring environment in which clients can feel understood and supported. Working from a strengths-based perspective, I use a variety of approaches, including narrative therapy, CBT, mindfulness, interpersonal, and motivational interviewing to help clients discover new ways of thinking.
(401) 622-0120
Newton, Massachusetts 02464
Beth H Cohen,   in Newton
MA, LMT, DMT, CYT
“Hello and welcome. As a spiritual counselor, I guide and support you in remembering who you really are, beyond the roles, routines, and habits of daily life. I believe that your innate wisdom is completely intact and accessible, and that growth and healing can be a great adventure of self discovery. With a variety of modalities that are based in deep listening and authentic caring, I will help you to peel back the layers that may be blocking you from accessing your own body/mind and soul's wisdom, and lead you, ultimately, to joy, freedom, and overall well-being.
(617) 819-8871
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Andre Perreault, Counselor  in Newton
“I offer therapy for couples and individuals who feel their lives or relationships are off track. I offer a direct, though gentle, approach helping both men and women achieve better self-awareness, and a greater capacity for intimacy and fulfillment in their personal or professional lives. I help clients see and understand the patterns they're in and then help clients build confidence, improve relationships, find a sense of security, assert themselves with love and skill, heal from loss and trauma, find direction, and develop more effective interpersonal skills.
(617) 606-7738
Newton, Massachusetts 02464
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over twenty-five years of experience working with adolescents and adults. I specialize in working with people with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and relationship issues. My approach to psychotherapy is eclectic, making use of psychodynamic (insight-oriented), cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness meditation, hypnotherapy, and Internal Family Systems (IFS) approaches. I believe in integrating a variety of therapeutic modalities in order to tailor therapy to meet clients’ specific needs. I enjoy helping people to better understand themselves and to work toward personal growth and improved self-care.
(617) 500-6046
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Maura Gilmore, Counselor  in Newton
“My clinical work with young children is rooted in the belief that children are resilient and with the right support, can gain the skills today that will help them in all of their tomorrows. Children are exposed to the same life stressors as adults; yet lack the coping skills that many adults have developed over the years. Working with young children to make their "big feelings" a little bit smaller, helps build the necessary coping skills to promote desired change and growth. Play therapy, CBT, and the therapeutic relationship support such goals of treatment.
(617) 512-9762
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
“I believe strongly in that true happiness comes from ourselves and my goal is to help my clien clients reach the goals they want to be committed to. An idea client for me would be someone who has anxiety and could not get over the past or someone who is suffering from depression. I have helped many clients of mine overcome severe anxiety/depression and improve life quality.
(617) 326-3682
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Leah F. Sherman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a seasoned therapist who has worked extensively with individuals, couples and families through both the typical struggles of life as well as serious life crises. In therapy,I help my clients to identify their strengths and develop resilience and resources in the face of their challenges.Trust and safety are the bedrock of our work, and I believe that my clients value the caring, respect and experience I offer. Our work together includes clarifying the issues that trouble you, determining achievable treatment goals, and exploring both the obstacles as well as the pathways to reaching your goals.
(857) 574-0971
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Amy Beth Goldstein, Psychologist  in Newton
“I have been in practice for over 30 years. My approach is personal, warm and direct. My aim is to help my clients to actively address issues in their lives, become free from their old patterns and move on to a better way of living. A client once described her progress in therapy as "the fog lifting" and experiencing a new ability to deal with everyday issues with a new clarity and drive. We will work together on complex issues, find a new way to address and understand them and move on. Therapy is an intensive, creative and interactive process.
(617) 209-9010
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Rebecca Sweder Platt, Psychologist  in Newton
“Most people experience challenging times in life, during which they need both empathy and expertise to develop the skills to cope with difficult emotions. My role, as a licensed clinical psychologist, is to provide understanding and support, to be an emotional resource, and to create a space to problem solve. If you or your child is feeling overwhelmed, disconnected, or in need of self-focus, seeking support is a proactive and positive step.
(617) 209-2409
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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