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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
“I am a clinical psychologist practicing in the Newton area for over 25 years. I have experience working with a wide range of relational, marital and family problems. I am deeply interested in issues of personal growth and development. I also have extensive experience in the field of infertility and parenting. My style is eclectic, collaborative and engaged. I am an Instructor at Harvard Medical School and I have supervised students in many of the Boston area training programs.
(857) 342-3213
Newton, Massachusetts 02468
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
Rebecca Kornblatt, Psychologist  in Newton
“I work with adults of all ages, including older adults, to understand and alleviate problems with mood, relationships, and functioning. I develop therapeutic partnerships with my clients and am psychodynamically oriented.
(617) 274-8934
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
David Jay Weiss, Psychologist  in Newton
“You are calling because you want help, relief, and improvement as soon as possible. I have 35 years of experience specializing in individual therapy, marriage/couples counseling, and sex therapy. Using an integrative approach, we will develop a clear articulation of your problem and a clear plan to get more out of life. We will use techniques addressing anxiety, depression, sexual issues, ineffective communication, self-defeating patterns, feelings of hopeless or sadness. You may know what you are feeling, but not the solution. My job is to relieve suffering and enhance your wellbeing and your relationship with others.
(617) 466-9972
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Yael Chatav Schonbrun, Psychologist  in Newton
“I have over 10 years experience in helping couples with various relationship issues. My style is warm and welcoming, as well as solution-oriented. During my time as a therapist, I have helped couples build strong foundations for marriage through premarital counseling, and have helped provide relief to couples experiencing repetitive arguments, communication difficulties, sexual intimacy problems, co-parenting issues, and infidelity.
(617) 209-2648
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
John J Ciervo, Counselor  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, CAGS, LMHC, CTS, CST
“I use an integrative (eclectic ) form of therapy and always begin with meeting the client where they are at. We then move forward developing a safe, therapeutic relationship. As we build upon this relationship the client will begin to recognize and interpret behaviors and patterns. The goal is a deeper development of the therapeutic relationship and build upon the connection. I challenge/encourage the client to make necessary life changes and recognize unproductive patterns that limit them from leading a full, happy life.
(617) 615-6930
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Brent Levinson, Psychologist  in Newton
“I've been doing therapy for over 30 years, always trying to listen as closely as possible to the feeling experience of the client and helping the client to put his/her understanding in perspective. I am an eclectic therapist, integrating some of the most powerful features of insight-oriented approaches, while at times also using cognitive-behavioral strategies. I tend to be an active therapist, and I try to help the client who is "stuck" in a rut.
(617) 964-7654
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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
Fredric Schiffer, Psychiatrist  in Newton
“For over 30 years I have practiced psychodynamic psychotherapy for the empathic, informed treatment of patients suffering anxiety, depression, trauma, and/or addiction. When the patient and I feel medication is indicated, I prescribe it, but my primary focus is the understanding and treatment of one's inner emotional distress and its impact on one's everyday life.
(617) 409-2786
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
P Ellen Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“My ideal client is an honest man or woman who will seize control of life rather than assume the victim role. This man or woman will take a good look at the cards dealt to him and make the accommodations necessary to bring about a meaningful outcome.
(617) 394-1825
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Ari Shesto, Psychologist  in Newton
“I believe that the goal of psychotherapy is to establish a sense of balance within your emotions, relationships, physical experience, and school or career paths. At the initial meeting, my clients describe a wide range of difficulties: anxiety, depression or ADHD. Parents may look for solutions to a child's school under-achievement, home conflict or social disconnection. In each situation, the wish is to live a more productive life, decrease suffering and foster a sense of fulfillment.
(617) 307-7795
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Sandra Ferreira, Counselor  in Newton
“My approach is a holistic view and understanding of the client. My techniques are tailored according to the client's specific needs and characteristics. I also have a good experience on Psychological Assessment and issue HARDSHIP LETTER FOR IMMIGRATION processes, with deep knowledge of acculturation issues and its impact on one's mental health.
(617) 870-3598
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Abby Blackburn, Psychologist  in Newton
“Searching for a psychologist, particularly over the web, can be a really hard thing to do. Just looking at the word "therapy" can make some folks feel uncomfortable. Sometimes these experiences stop people from obtaining much needed relief from bothersome problems. If you are on this site, you have made an important move towards feeling a whole lot better. I think choosing the right person to help you exchange "problems" for "coping skills" is a great start. My hunch about successful therapy is that it is a combination of good planning, hard work, mutual liking and sometimes a dose of good humor.
(617) 686-2420
Newton, Massachusetts 02464
Newton Biofeedback, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
“I've been a practicing LICSW, for 28 years specializing in Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, Hypnosis, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for stress-related conditions, such as Migraines, Anxiety, Hypertension,Chronic pain, Weight loss, Insomnia and Tinnitus. Most people are unaware of ways in which our bodies react to thoughts and emotions.Your response to stress compromises your health and interferes with reaching personal goals.There is no need to suffer with painful symptoms. I can help you to stop using ineffective coping skills and begin learning successful skills to achieve your full potential in all aspects of your life: Family, career, finances, relationships, and health.
(617) 410-8525
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
“No one is born a parent. Parenting, and especially co-parenting, can be even more challenging when partners disagree, or when larger issues about the marriage or a divorce arise. I help parents understand how to be the best mothers and fathers they can be for their children, and how to work together to support them even under difficult circumstances. I also work directly with couples and families experiencing conflict (together or as individuals), and can provide divorce and family mediation when needed.
(617) 506-9922
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
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
Meghan McNeff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
“I am a warm, open and reliable person who feels passionately about helping young children and families. When a parent hires me as their child's therapist, I take this seriously. I understand that making the decision to begin therapy for your young child can be difficult, and I strive to help parents feel comfortable during this time. I believe that parents (or primary caregivers) are the experts and I strive to ensure that parents are empowered to understand this themselves.
(203) 428-4977
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Jeffrey Fortgang, Psychologist  in Newton
“Are you concerned about your drinking or drug use? Or about the addictive behavior of a loved one? Have you been struggling lately with depression or disturbing memories? I have been focusing on these kinds of issues, and helping people find pathways toward better lives, for many years, and I would be happy to consult with you. I promise you that I will listen carefully, and respectfully, and review a range of options and approaches in order to develop a therapeutic plan that suits your needs.
(617) 934-6361 x2
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Beth DeFrino Kuo, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a licensed psychologist and enjoy working with children, teens, college students, parents, and adults. My clients often tell me they appreciate my hopeful and direct approach. I trained at UMASS Medical School and Boston Children's Hospital. I've worked in outpatient clinics, college counseling, pediatric weight clinics, several major hospitals, and at a cancer support center. I treat those struggling with anxiety, OCD, ADHD, stress & relationship issues, weight management, coping with medical conditions, and parenting.
(508) 928-9039
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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