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Therapists in Boston

Paula Zerfoss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“People experience me as a therapist who is extremely warm, yet able to relate in a straightforward and compassionate way. I am Certified in EFT (Dr. Sue Johnson's framework) and use it to help couples achieve the intimacy they may have lost to frustrating cycles of arguing and distancing, which worsen the longer they continue. I specialize in couple therapy, family therapy and individual therapy as well as issues of relationship distress. I supervise therapists using EFT for couples. This method has been extensively researched, has a 73% total success rate and a 90% rate of relief of distress.
(857) 342-3184
“I am a psychologist with over 25 years of experience in helping others move through difficulties. My work is shaped by the knowledge that we all have the capacity to grow and learn though our life experiences. I believe that sometimes our most difficult experiences can bring us our greatest life lessons. I work collaboratively with adults, 18 years and older, to build on strengths, develop new strategies, and work to remove or reduce internal obstacles such as negative beliefs.
(781) 399-0001
Rhea D Antonio, Psychologist  in Boston
“Life experiences, transitions, and relationships provide both an opportunity to be challenged and to grow. In my practice, I welcome adults, couples, adolescents and families who wish to improve the quality of any dimension of their lives - from professional, family and parenting relationships to emotional, interpersonal, or physical challenges. Drawing upon specialized training focused on gaining insight (psychodynamic), building skills to manage emotions and behaviors (cognitive behavioral) and understanding relationships (family systems/relational), I work closely with individuals to develop understanding and identify goals that address the distinct factors that may be inhibiting life pursuits or interfering with personal, academic, or professional satisfaction and success.
(617) 307-4149
Víctor Díaz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“[I HAVE OPENINGS FOR TWICE A WEEK PSYCHOTHERAPY CASES-PLEASE: CALL TO INQUIRE MORE--] "I have all I need; I am around the people I love, though, I am living life ....too short." "Everything and everyone seem to be all right, but me." Are those not just phrases though questions you ask yourself? Everyday, I collaborate with people exploring ways to resolve these types of questions. Years of experience have taught me that psychotherapy can be an exciting process of profound transformation. This exploration requires careful attention and a gentle, patient listening meeting once or twice weekly.
(617) 622-5399
Lois Glass, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy can be an important aid in managing transitions, stresses, and crises. It can also provide a safe and supportive context to address longstanding struggles with depression, anxiety, or other concerns. I am a psychodynamically trained therapist who also utilizes cognitive behavioral and relational approaches. My clients describe me as attentive, supportive, and non judgemental. I view therapy as a collaboration between myself with my professional skills and training, and you with your knowledge of yourself and your desire for support and change. I am an authentic, active therapist who approaches therapy gently and directly.
(781) 990-6775
Meredith Nocek, Counselor  in Boston
“Something that sets me apart from other therapists is my fresh perspective and enthusiasm to help others. I am qualified to work with a wide range of people, but I specialize in working with women who wish to connect with themselves and explore how past experiences, relationships with others and their sexuality form their identity. My passion for understanding how people think and interact with others led me to the field of mental health counseling.
(315) 895-1127
Dale Young, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a psychologist practicing for over 20 years. My approach is to listen to you, understand the difficulties you have, and develop a way that we can work together so that you are able to deal with the issues that matter to you. I will talk with you. I work--mostly--with people with depression, anxiety, and/or trauma and help people who feel unhappy with themselves and/or who are having difficulties with others. I also work with people who feel they are not dealing well with changes in their life or believe they need to make changes.
(617) 607-3037
Sarah Santoro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, RYT
“Getting help during difficult times can be an overwhelming prospect, but can also lead to greater life satisfaction. My style as a psychotherapist is to create a warm, inviting environment and provide supportive counseling that encourages exploration of problems from a compassionate and non-judgmental perspective. I help people gain increased understanding of how change, loss, relationship problems, and stress can impact functioning, while learning new ways to cope with these issues effectively. Collaboration is central to my work, including working together to define goals and carefully monitoring progress throughout the course of treatment.
(617) 910-4301
Sid Mondell, Psychologist  in Boston
“I have been operating a general clinical practice serving adults, adolescents, children, families, and couples for over 20 years. My professional orientation is client-centered and problem solving/solution focused – integrating cognitive and family systems approaches. My services offered include brief treatment, intermittent treatment, longer term treatment, individual, couples, and family therapy. Referral problems typically include mood disorders, relationship problems, parenting problems, family adjustment problems, trauma and abuse issues, anxiety disorders, loss and bereavement issues, marital issues and post-divorce adjustment, and adolescent behavior problems.
(617) 338-9533
David W Griffiths, Psychologist  in Boston
“I approach therapy with a client-centered, interpersonal stance to create a safe, non-judgmental, collaborative working relationship. My approach is holistic, taking into consideration all aspects of my client's life. I work with adults, from college age and up and use a variety of modalities and skills, tailoring treatment to what works with each client. I use both short-term, goal oriented approaches and longer-term, insight-oriented treatment as required. The ultimate objective is to assist clients in making changes they choose for improving their lives.
(617) 702-2465
Ruth C Rowbotham, Psychologist  in Boston
“How do you decide it's time to seek help through psychotherapy? For many people, the decision is clear; a significant event occurs or disruptive symptoms arise. For others, the decision is less obvious-maybe you haven't been feeling like yourself lately, you worry more than others or just sense that things could be better. As a client-centered therapist, I work with clients on their goals and to join them on their journey to wellness. I offer clinical expertise to provide guidance, new perspectives, and to raise awareness of underlying issues that may be behind current problems.
(617) 606-9749
Jennifer West, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy and couples counseling. I strive to create a safe, warm, and collaborative therapeutic environment in which clients are free to explore their experiences, perspectives, and personal identities, and through which clients develop insight, find healing, improve personal relationships, and experience personal growth and empowerment. I respect and value the diversity of each client, focus on their unique social and cultural context, and believe that each therapeutic relationship takes a different path depending on these factors. I enjoy working with a range of clients including adults, college and graduate students, and adolescents.
(617) 606-6074
Julina Rundberg,   in Boston
“Each of us has the potential to thrive but encounters obstacles to living freely and fully. These obstacles may be situational, environmental, emotional, or may be the consequence of habits acquired under stress. Sometimes you may just feel alone or stuck, unable to live the life you imagine for yourself and unsure why this is. I believe that you deserve enjoyment, love, and satisfaction from your life. A therapeutic relationship offers a safe context for discovering and understanding the sources of suffering that hold you back, and exploring new solutions together.
(617) 420-7327
Mark Forrest, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“The way I can be of most help is by aligning with you, to sort out difficult thoughts and feelings that continue to get in your way or cause you pain. If you are experiencing feelings of loneliness, depression, or anxiety, you need to know that there are ways to feel better. I use techniques of cognitive re-structuring to help you think more effectively. I combine this with a psychodynamic approach that considers your unique psychological history. I will help you set goals, then work with you as you find your way to achieving them.
(617) 446-3205
Kellyann Langdon, Counselor  in Boston
“Life's journey can be full of crisis, loss and trauma. This can create fear, patterns of behavior, relationship issues, low self-esteem and addictions. If these problems are left unresolved, it can lead to physical illness, mental health problems and a weakened spirit. I provide my clients with a safe, nurturing and positive environment where trust is easily built within the therapeutic relationship. I work with my client's to create harmony, health and joy in their life. I offer support with exploring their own strengths and wisdom as I believe that the key to self-awareness is unveiling what one already knows.
(617) 340-2601
Robyn Katz Adelman, Counselor  in Boston
“In dealing with life's challenges, it is not uncommon that many of us will develop a range of symptoms and behaviors in reaction to the distress. These symptoms and behaviors are often reflective of earlier wounds that contribute to beliefs about ourselves that may be self defeating or limiting. Life need not be a series of patterns, situations, and feelings that repeat. Real change is possible within a relationship where there is mutual respect, courage, compassion, and an open heart. It is within a relationship that one is healed.
(781) 996-0328
Robyn Kervick, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical neuropsychologist in our Back Bay, Boston office. I joined CPA in 2004 and now serve as the Clinical Director of Neuropsychology. As the leader of our neuropsychology team, I works closely with all of the CPA neuropsychologists and lead the weekly clinical team meeting. In addition, I provide neuropsychological evaluations for adults with neurological disorders, medical conditions, pain-related disorders, ADHD, learning disorders and other conditions that impact cognitive functioning. I conduct comprehensive assessments of cognitive, psychological and academic functioning, and provide clients with detailed feedback about test results, diagnostic impressions, and recommendations.
(617) 259-1895
Crane Therapeutic Services, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“We believe that it takes strength and courage to seek therapy. We are a small group of clinicians who provide a safe, non-judgmental space to explore attitudes and beliefs /patterns which get in the way of accomplishing your full potential and engaging fully in of life. We utilize a more holistic, mind-body approach to treatment, weaving together techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, IFS, mindfulness/acceptance and yoga therapy to connect you with your "true, inner self", something which we often lose touch with as we go about our lives in this often fast-paced, unpredictable and stressful world.
(508) 659-4613
Laura M Okin, Psychologist  in Boston
“My approach is guided by the belief that people face difficulties in life in part because of painful early experiences that give rise to feelings that often remain out of awareness. As a result, these individuals can become depressed and anxious. Often, they find themselves repeatedly engaging in self-defeating patterns and becoming involved in relationships that are ultimately unsatisfying.
(617) 904-9937
Natalia Rosenbaum, Counselor  in Boston
“I listen to my clients and work in a collaborative process, starting where you are right now. If you are feeling some level of inner turmoil, with a sense of dissatisfaction, anxiety or confusion, you don't have to be trapped in that place. Whether you are in the process of making deep changes, or are in a major life transition, I will guide you integrating a variety of tools.
(617) 910-3523
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Boston have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Boston you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Boston and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Boston or family therapy in Boston.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.