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Therapists in Salem

Karen Hosking, Psychologist  in Salem
“I have been in practice for nearly 30 years. I enjoy working with individual adults around issues of bereavement, chronic pain and illness, divorce and separation as well as anxiety and depression. I typically use a cognitive/behavioral approach, but always tailor my treatment to my client's needs and goals. While I do not see young children, I find that working with the parents of young children regarding behavioral issues in a consultative format to be the most effective.
(978) 615-2010
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Kristen Homan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Choosing a therapist can be an overwhelming task. It is important to find someone you feel comfortable with who can help you navigate the issues that led you to seek therapy. I aim to meet my clients where they are at and ensure that the therapy process is collaborative. It is my hope that in doing so we will achieve your goals together and your experience in therapy will be a positive one.
(978) 267-1938
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
David Rupert, Psychologist  in Salem
“I enjoy working with adults who are struggling with emotional or relational issues. Insight about a problem does not necessarily lead to change; I work with clients to explore new possibilities for integrating strengths, values, and emotions. I often see people who have chronic depression or anxiety.
(978) 767-9433
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
“Listening closely and asking thoughtful questions is central to my work, as is providing a safe place where people can discuss difficult issues, examine differing perspectives and consider options in their lives. I offer guidance for stress management and have worked successfully with many clients on issues of self-esteem and empowerment. My work has been informed by the family systems approach, as well as by narrative and cognitive-behavioral schools of thought, all of which I utilize as I feel is appropriate. I have a working knowledge of addictions, co-dependency, and the use of 12-step programs in recovery.
(978) 401-9005
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Michelle Walsh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
“Are you a woman experiencing transitions, loss, or grief in life or work? Seeking a holistic and wellness therapist/life coach with 20+ years experience? I approach all relationships empathically as a learning partnership, working together to find the best means for sharing your life story, your relational patterns, your struggles, and your strengths. My goal is to empower you to make the changes you want or to journey with you in the work of mourning a loss, sorting through the confusions, or celebrating new discoveries. Our relationship can be for shorter, longer, or over intermittent periods as you choose.
(617) 981-6485
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Alycia Merritt, Counselor  in Salem
“I believe that that everyone can benefit from positive interactions and relationships in their lives. The counseling relationship is an important one and is essential to successful healing. It may be that you or your child are struggling with depression, anxiety, social problems, adjustment difficulties, or poor self-esteem. I offer an eclectic approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes empowering individuals and families to identify solutions and achieve success and wellness.
(570) 263-5760
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
“For more than 30 years I have worked to help people find their strengths, clarify their needs and enrich their relationships and lives. I have eleven years of graduate and post-graduate training in Marriage and Family Therapy and have led Marriage Encounter weekends for thirty years with my husband. I see therapy as a collaboration between therapist and client where I help my clients with resources for general health and wellness, self-growth and exploration. No one should have to face life's crises alone. I look forward to working with you.
(978) 480-0969
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CPRP
“Learning is the essence of my therapeutic model. Learning about our "self"-- is important because we, at times, have too much noise and beliefs about our selves that we lose sight or understanding of our selves. I believe that through therapy, through the relationship between individuals, learning opens the doorway to healing, growing, and ultimately, living a fulfilling life.The healing process is at times arduous...cumbersome when it comes to our concept of self. Our ideas of who we are, where we are and our place in life can be fixed in our own minds.
(781) 336-4694
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
James M Lipski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“I am an active therapist who works to engage clients in a dialogue regarding their concerns and their goals. The beauty that I find in my work is that I form productive relationships with a diverse range of people and I believe this is due to my respect for differences in human nature and human functioning. I believe that people improve themselves in large part through their connections to others and because of this, I am always putting effort forth to establish a thoroughgoing and hard working alliance with my clients.
(508) 455-5047
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Gail Sullivan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I believe that therapy provides a unique and supportive relationship that helps to foster a person's innate abilities for growth and healing, particularly when they are faced with stressful circumstances. By identifying life skills and coping strategies, a person can grow, heal or make the changes that they want in their lives. My approach to therapy is collaborative and engaging. I will work with you to understand and identify the best way that therapy can suit your needs. I have a person-centered approach with the utmost positive regard for the individuals who seek my help.
(978) 357-8726
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Sara Frawley, Counselor  in Salem
“I provide a supportive, non-judgmental environment to help you develop goals and take the next steps. My approach to therapy is interactive. Our work together will be based your wants and needs. I will work closely with you to identify causes of your concerns, learn tools to make change, and help you build understanding about yourself and your world.
(978) 241-7198
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Kevin M Linehan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“As a narrative therapist I strive to help my clients alter problem stories into preferred ways of living. I provide individual therapy to adolescents (14+) through older adulthood/elderly. I have special interest in dual diagnosis, college student mental health and adolescent mental health, specifically adolescents with behavioral or legal issues. Presenting problems I typically work with include anxiety and mood disorders, relationship issues, psychosis, stress and weight management, substance abuse, and trauma. I also work with practicing therapists seeking clinical supervision and support.
(508) 640-7271
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Frank Kashner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“I will accept you as you are. We will work together to help you to change what you want to change, become who you would like to become. Together, we will look at what is working, and what is not working for you in your life. I will help you with strategies to deal with problems in relationships at home, in school, in the community, or at work. If and when you want to include them, family members and friends are welcome. You may bring to our meetings anyone who can help in our conversation. Everyone is treated with respect.
(781) 536-5684
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Mark Belluardo-Crosby, Counselor  in Salem
“My tele-counseling approach, based on cognitive-behavioral theories, begins with client goals and utilizes techniques to accomplish the desired objectives. It is a reality-based method that is informed by mindfulness and life-coaching strategies. This is a holistic approach that also encourages healthy eating and exercise as important tools.The work that is done between sessions, whether it be self-reflection, homework, mindfulness tasks, or other exercises, is an important part of the process. I look forward to discussing your goals with you and ascertaining if I am a good match for your counseling and coaching needs.
(978) 293-3268
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Laurence Posner, Psychologist  in Salem
“As a practicing psychologist for over 30 years, I bring extensive experience and knowledge of human behavior to my therapy practice. I am an interactive therapist who enjoys getting to know my clients and helping them to identify and solve problems. I endeavor to create a strong relationship and a high level of trust with my clients as research has shown that it is the bond between the therapist and the client that predicts change independent of type of therapy. My approach integrates cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, psychodynamic and problem-solving strategies
(978) 412-4144
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Caryn P Berman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MED, LICSW
“As a clinical therapist who has been in the mental health field for 17 years, I have great passion for the work I do, and profound compassion, respect, acceptance, and care for those with whom I build a therapeutic partnership. Life stressors can take individuals, couples, and families beyond coping. My clinical approach is to work gently, kindly, and cooperatively with each person to maximize coping and functioning, creatively and thoughtfully. Feel free to call if you have any questions. I look forward to meeting you.
(617) 506-3497
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Helene J. Levin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC, LCSW, MAC
“Creating a therapeutic environment that is warm and nurturing is one of my strengths. Providing a safe and supportive atmosphere and developing a trusting relationship is the foundation of my work.
(508) 343-0945
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Deborah F. Mendleson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“For the past 19 years, I have been a clinical therapist. My clientele covers the adolescent through the geriatric populations. I specialize in a range of affective and anxiety disorders, including Bipolar Disorder, panic attacks, agoraphobia, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and anxiety due to medical conditions. I also work with substance abusers. I use an eclectic approach to therapy. One technique is insight-oriented in which I ask exploratory questions with the purpose of ferreting out what is behind one's problem.
(978) 822-0984
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Phil Higgins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSSW, LICSW
“Welcome (or welcome back) to the world of therapy! It can be a long process, deciding when it's the right time for therapy and then finding the right therapist. And you haven't even gotten to the *really* hard work yet. I'm glad you've found me, and I hope we can work together. I'm a seasoned therapist with experience in interpersonal dynamics and personal growth. I work regularly with everyday problems like depression, anxiety and relationship issues, but I also specialize in oncology, medical illness, palliative care, and bereavement. I welcome LGBT and straight clients equally.
(617) 390-7062
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Sean P Daughtry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I collaborate with adults as they heal from trauma, anxiety, loss, depression, other mood issues, or any number of matters leaving them feeling somehow ineffective. As a clinician for over fifteen years, I will join with you to identify and transform painful obstacles, arising from past and/or present challenges, which hinder you from making healthy changes. Drawing especially from Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy, we will journey together to access your core nature, the Self, more spontaneously. This leads to clarity and calm over internal and external challenges you face, resulting in heightened creativity and effectiveness with problem solving, relationship building, and goal attainment.
(617) 390-7659
Salem, Massachusetts 01970

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