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Therapists in Boston

Kinga A. Pastuszak, Psychologist  in Boston
“WELCOME.What brings someone to therapy is always deeply personal and deeply compelling. Such an experience is unique, and complex. Thus to fully acknowledge, validate, and to understand requires skillful integration of listening, empathy, theoretical knowledge, clinical acumen, compassion and, most of all, willingness to fully engage in the process. I am a seasoned clinician well-versed in a variety of therapeutic approaches. This offers each person I work with an approach that is individually tailored to your unique goals, needs, and challenges. Inherent in this process is open dialogue so we maximize the efficacy of our work together.
(617) 765-4064
Brett P. Terrien, Counselor  in Boston
“My work in counseling psychology emerged from being an artist. While earning my BFA at Massachusetts College of Art and Design I was invited into my colleagues' lives and learned to share their experiences through their lenses and perceptions. My graduate training at NYU sharpened this insight to bring a unique perspective to the therapeutic process. I work with you to provide clarity, build a more authentic sense of self, and healthier relationships.
(617) 765-0618
Jenn Turner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC, RYT
“I am a licensed therapist who provides individual psychotherapy and couples counseling for adults. It is my goal to create a collaborative relationship to allow clients to explore their experiences, history and perspectives. I work with clients to develop personalized goals for therapy based on their unique needs, cultural background and expectations.
(617) 209-2686
Ruth G Dean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
“Psychotherapy enables people to overcome negative, repetitive patterns and make meaningful changes in their relationships and in their lives. Through self-reflection and insight and in the context of an accepting, and supportive relationship, people come to understand the ways in which they are stuck; they learn to break old patterns and expand their options. I am interested in working with clients who want to understand themselves better and address issues interfering with relationships and work.
(617) 326-3272
Steve Rothenberg, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am commited to helping individuals to find the best within themselves and to share that with those most important to them. Whether you are struggling with anxiety or depression, relationship difficulties, or life stresses, I always try to find what will be the most effective way to help you achieve your goals and live a happier life.
(617) 925-7092
Kristin Gregor, Psychologist  in Boston
“Everyone experiences stress and anxiety at times. In a safe and supportive therapeutic setting, you can work to navigate the barriers that keep you from living a full life. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience working with young professionals and adults coping with stress and associated health problems. I specialize in the use of evidence-based treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy to cope with anxiety, trauma, depression, and work-related stress. I also have expertise in treating physical health problems (pain, sleep issues, sexual dysfunction) and behavioral health issues (smoking cessation & weight management).
(617) 329-5408
Kurt Fabian, Counselor  in Boston
“APPOINTMENTS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR NEW PATIENTS. AVAILABLE SATURDAYS. Have you ever wondered why you react to people in a certain way or repeat negative patterns in your life? Talking through these experiences with someone can lead to more fulfilling relationships, more self-control and a more meaningful life.
(610) 285-9784
Katia Roth, Psychologist  in Boston
“I provide individual, family, couples, and group therapy for adults and young adults. I believe that therapy can promote greater emotional flexibility, confidence in decision-making, and enable individuals to become more fully engaged in their lives. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to self-explore and develop broader understanding of their thinking patterns, relationship choices, and life goals. I rely on an integrative approach, drawing from cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, interpersonal therapy, acceptance and mindfulness-based interventions, and family systems to work to treat a variety of issues.
(617) 259-1895
Michelle Rogers,   in Boston
MMFT, MA, MHC
“Transformation: We long for a life without difficulties, but rarely is this possible. Sometimes we are unable to see the way out of the difficulties we are facing and we need to be reminded that "oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure." In addition to being reminded that we can grow with difficulties in our lives, we need an empathetic ear to listen and tools to navigate the difficulties. I am committed to partnering with you on your journey. Together, we will discover and engage truth that will lead to lasting healing and transformation.
(857) 342-1702
Andrea Herber/ The Inside Compass, Psychologist  in Boston
“As a South African immigrant I love working with other's who question identity and meaning in life. My main goal is to empower you, finding your strengths, reducing negative thought cycles (anxiety, depression) and teaching you to untie your emotional knots and to live authentically with meaning. You will leave having better relationships with yourself, and others. Believe it or not we will do a lot of laughing while we work. Experience: creativity, work/life balance, sexuality, anxiety, leadership, couples therapy,premarital/dating, stress reduction. I have trained in diverse settings (including fellowship at Boston University's Danielsen Institute).
(617) 948-2610
Ben Kudler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Carl Jung once said, "the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light of meaning in the darkness of mere being." I offer compassionate and custom-tailored individual and couples therapy to people seeking to make meaning of their experiences, to advance their self-understanding, and to improve the quality of their lives. Through an eclectic approach that combines my background in strengths-based psychodynamic training with behavioral techniques (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), I use an interactive style to help you clarify the root of struggles, identify barriers, and create pathways to move forward.
(617) 229-7228
Tonn Q Cao, Treatment Facility  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Treatment Facility, PhD, LICSW
“Dr. Cao is a Clinical Sociologist holding a Doctorate from Northeastern University and a Masters in Clinical Social Work from Boston College. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Bunker Hill Community College and fluent in spoken Cantonese. Dr. Cao has been in the field for 15 years as a practitioner, researcher and professor. His areas of expertise include: relational issues between couples and family members; gay and bisexual men adjustment difficulties; matters of cultural diversity; autism and other developmental disabilities; foster and adopted child and family matters; and adjustment difficulties from child neglect and abuse.
(617) 250-7367
Adam Glick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with a wide range of presenting issues and my style is interactive, authentic and strength-based. I strive to help my clients feel better about themselves, to live authentically and to understand the factors and issues that may prevent them from feeling able to live their lives to their full potential. I value the power of deep listening, empathy and validation of experience while also providing a sense of hope and the courage and skills to achieve positive change.
(617) 237-6727
Renee Hoekstra, Psychologist  in Boston
“Extreme emotions? As the intensity of emotions increase, our ability to problem solve, track information, think clearly, and stay organized can decrease. This can create problems in other areas of our lives- including the way we think (ie, focusing on the threat), the way we organize behavior (extreme reactions), and the way we interact with other people (how we handle relationships when stressed). Being able to regulate the intensity of emotional arousal can help us solve additional problems (ie, stress/ conflict). www.reneehoekstra.com. And how are cartoon elephants help with emotions? Find out at www.cartoonelephantbook.com
(617) 860-3269
Francisco Agrait, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am a Harvard and MGH-affiliated psychiatrist and psychotherapist located in downtown Boston. My expertise includes the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy, along with thoughtful medication management, to address symptoms of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and attentional disorders. I strive to provide a safe and welcoming environment in an effort to facilitate personal growth through therapeutic exploration.
(617) 600-3283
Maureen Walsh, Counselor  in Boston
“Worry, Anxiety, Trauma, Depression, Grief, Overwhelming Feelings, Relationship Disasters... these are but a few of the issues that may lead someone to consider a professional who can support and assist you with your core concerns. I specialize in treating the human condition from a holistic perspective, always honoring the uniqueness of each individual and respecting their way of "being" in the world. Our aim together will be to explore and find revelations, resolutions,and solutions. Using a psychoanalytic approach, we will bring to light the driving forces behind the repetitive behaviors that tend to keep us attached to repeated outcomes.
(617) 396-7614
Cecil Webster, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“Want to be seen as a whole person? Have a look inside. I specialize in providing warm patient and family-centered care to adults, adolescents, and children on Newbury Street. My areas of psychotherapy expertise include helping the individual explore their identity in the context of family and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, and culture. I am a Harvard-trained, board certified psychiatrist and completed my general psychiatry residency at the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Cambridge Health Alliance / Harvard Medical School. My Back Bay office prides itself in its comfort and privacy.
(617) 340-7598
Robert Haas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, MA
“I specialize in CBT (cognitive-behavior therapy), ACT (acceptance & commitment therapy), mindfulness and psychodynamic therapies. I help you clarify your values and goals, and then encourage you to live life based on those values and goals. I teach you how to best connect with self and others, and believe such connection increases your capacity and possibility for living a life of ease, contentment and passion. Connection leads to better health and well-being. Once you feel safe in connection the possibilities are endless.
(617) 262-6269
Barbara Steele Martin, Counselor  in Boston
“I am a licensed clinical therapist, educated at Wellesley College and Boston University's School of Medicine, who provides counseling to couples and individuals of all ages. I view counseling as an interactive and collaborative process that is based on your individual needs. I work with couples and individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship issues and life transitions. My approach is strongly humanistic, client-centered and cognitive behavioral based but also includes some psychodynamic techniques. I believe one of the key factors in successful therapeutic outcomes is building a safe, trusting and respectful relationship.
(617) 446-3066
Krista H Sand, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC-I
“Seeking therapy is a sign of personal strength, not of weakness. It takes awareness in our lives and courage to be able to reach out for help. Often people who engage in therapy are actually doing well in life, but would like to do better in one area or another. Working with a licensed therapist can provide the objective and professional feedback needed to assist in defining challenges, developing goals, and working toward positive change. Benefits of therapy may include improved and more satisfying relationships, increased energy and productivity, and feelings of well-being.
(603) 769-4725
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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.

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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.