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Therapists in Boston

Lauren Esposito Imperatore, Psychologist  in Boston
“I believe that the ultimate goal of therapy is to help people create lives that feel good, meaningful, and fulfilling. I've been a therapist for more than 15 years. My experience has given me a realistic view of the therapy process: I understand that it is not always easy; I realize that it requires time, effort, and resources, and I know that people don't always feel comfortable talking about their private lives with a relative stranger.
(781) 281-8306
Ira D Rudolph, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am an experienced licensed psychologist with an office on Newbury Street in Boston who specializes in short-term goal directed psychotherapy and cognitive-behavior therapy for the treatment of depression, anxiety, social anxiety, relationship issues, breaking up, and low self-esteem. My current areas of interest include: assertiveness training, overcoming social anxiety, resolving fears of abandonment, trust, and rejection, overcoming self-criticism and perfectionism, and facing fear of change.
(617) 440-3982
Andrew Wood, Counselor  in Boston
“It is through therapy that we come to understand how our experiences make our lives meaningful. Choosing a therapist isn't an easy task; I hope sharing my perspective helps. Over the last decade I have worked at universities, elementary schools, rehabilitation centers and group homes with children and adults from 7-70. These experiences have shown me that the right environment activates our innate capacity to mature and thrive. Therapy is not about "fixing" someone, it's about creating a space that facilitates growth.
Martha Weiss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a seasoned psychotherapist with thirty years of experience helping my patients to improve their relationships; increase self-confidence, be more effective reaching personal/professional goals; resolve traumatic issues. I specialize in treating anxiety and depression; relationship issues with family, co-workers, and romantic partners. Also I can help you learn to reduce chronic pain and psychosomatic illnesses, and to learn effective coping skills for stress reduction. My style is warm, interactive,and focused and positive. I respect my clients and deeply enjoy my work as a therapist. I believe that our positive relationship---therapist/patient-- is an essential component in resolving your issues.
(617) 394-8948
Jenai Wu, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Boston
“After 20+ years as a practicing clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst, I continue to find getting to know people and helping them extraordinarily rewarding and interesting. While therapy is about growing, changing, and healing, getting my patients to be as interested in themselves as I am in them is one of the best things about being a psychologist. Therapy can be enjoyable even though it is a serious business; and building trust and collaboration around the mutual goal of change is what makes it easy to go to work every day.
(617) 682-9200
Robert G Ross, Psychologist  in Boston
“I believe in the inherent healing capacity of the individual and have been successful working with clients on both long and short term issues. My clients are seeking improved relationships, a sense of self-satisfaction and greater personal and professional effectiveness and fulfillment. I have been a successful therapist, coach, and consultant to adolescents, adults, and couples.
(617) 841-8358
Melanie Duarte, Counselor  in Boston
“Are you feeling anxious, confused, out of sorts, overwhelmed? I can help! Problems with relationships, friends and family, work, and health issues can lead to symptoms of anxiety, stress, sleeplessness, and depression. Often times negative thinking patterns create and/or exacerbate these symptoms. We all need a safe and supportive environment to explore life's challenges and change those thinking patterns.
(857) 366-4510
Doc Wayne Youth Services, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“Chalk Talk, a program of Doc Wayne Youth Services, provides sport-based billable group therapy programs to youth. A clinician-guided environment where sport is the lens through which youth examine important social and emotional issues in real-time is created. Groups, which are assembled based on age and location, are held weekly over a seven-week period with current sport themes within Chalk Talk including soccer, flag football and basketball. Doc Wayne Youth Services' Chalk Talk Program operates under Boston ASAP, licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
(617) 600-6865
Jonathan B. Wolf, Counselor  in Boston
Counselor, EdM
“For years my passion and career has been helping adolescents, young adults, and their families improve communication, make tough transitions, and learn how to experience growth as individuals as well as together. As Owner/Founder as well as a Life Coach and Therapeutic Mentor, YouTime Coaching works side by side with adolescents and young adults to provide them the support, genuine connection, and accountability necessary for personal growth. Together we define success, create a realistic and dynamic plan based on strengths and weaknesses, and finally begin to experience positive personal growth.
(856) 281-2747
Cheryl Rosenthal, Psychologist  in Boston
“I enjoy working collaboratively with adults of all ages. For over 20 years, I have worked in private practice and higher education. I have extensive experience helping people cope with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, relationships, spirituality, and gender/sexuality issues. I particularly enjoy helping people make complex decisions about love and work. I value the process of listening closely to people and to observing the process of change. I am also adept at actively offering practical skills so that clients can experience change and growth in a timely way.
(617) 320-7223
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
Christopher Hobbs, Psychologist  in Boston
“People are most willing and able to change and grow when they build from their strengths in a therapeutic alliance. Helping individuals and couples develop is the core of my practice of 22 years. People who have worked with me feel that I am both genuinely interested and skilled at helping them gain insight and work through their issues and concerns. The combination of compassion, an innate curiosity about people, excellence in clinical training (through Harvard), and extensive experience have made me effective at helping people change and grow.
(617) 702-2297
Katie Ray-Mendoza, Counselor  in Boston
“I have experience working in various mental health settings, providing individual, couples, and family psychotherapy as well as early childhood intervention and crisis intervention. I have extensive training in the impacts of trauma and loss. Furthermore, I am a trained yoga instructor and specialize in integrating traditional psychotherapy with body awareness when relevant. However, I also believe in working collaboratively with the client to create a therapy plan that works best for the individual.
(256) 280-3416
Gail E McMeekin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am known as the Visionary Passionate Mentor/Coach for Creative Entrepreneurs and Professionals. have written six books on women, creativity, stress, and success, but I also enjoy working with men. We are all creative, and our fascinations help us to become whole, prosperous, and create an ideal life. As a trained coach/psychotherapist, and HR consultant, I can help you to overcome the obstacles to your success, reduce stress, and achieve your personal, professional, and creative goals. I am warm, supportive, an excellent brainstormer and action-oriented. I also do career assessment testing and Life Purpose analysis.
(617) 323-1442
John Derbort, Psychologist  in Boston
“I liken psychotherapy with being a combination of private detective and sanitation engineer. Therapy is the process whereby you seek out truths and understanding, and throw away what isn't working. And then it's important to build something better. I think the goal of therapy is to have self-awareness and understanding that you approach the world in an authentic way. As a benefit, this creates happiness. I don't have all the answers, but I have a good idea what questions to ask. And that guides us to understanding and resolution to the problems you are seeking help for.
(617) 943-5572
Margie Magraw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a very engaged, active therapist. I enjoy the practical while trying to understand the systemic and root nature of a problem. I'm interested in a work relationship that is collaborative, drawing on the expertise and strengths of the client. . I tend to see many different kind of couples in my practice. I like teaching couples via the ideas of the Imago technique: a different way to communicate through the " stuck places"- but with a different outcome. I enjoy the work and believe that couples can find a way back to each other and their "better selves."
(617) 229-6825
Mindfulness & Psychotherapy, Psychologist  in Boston
“Mindfulness is an important part of any form of psychotherapy. Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) & Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) involve the systematic practice of mindfulness skills, often in a group setting. Psychodynamic psychotherapy implies cultivation of awareness and mindfulness. But therapies such as MBCT, MBSR, DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy) have enriched therapy by bringing in explicit mindfulness practice skills, originating in the Buddhist tradition.
(617) 997-0436
George Soto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LICSW
“The hardest step to take can be simply acknowledging when things have become a bit overwhelming or difficult to manage on your own. Many people benefit tremendously from psychotherapeutic treatment. If you or someone you know is having problems with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, work-life balance, a history of trauma or abuse, grief/loss of a loved one, religious or spiritual concerns, or other emotional or behavioral issues, you may find therapy helpful. My goal is to form a collaborative relationship with you that focuses on your needs, and restores meaningfulness and purpose back into your life.
(617) 249-3668
Rowell A Levy, Psychologist  in Boston
“Hello and Welcome. Let me use what I have found to be most helpful from my time working with people at Harvard and Tufts Universities, McLean hospital, and the Bedford VA to help you get the life you want, the life you deserve! I currently work with clients ages 17-99, with a variety of issues from diverse backgrounds and orientations. I see individuals, couples, and groups for therapy and coaching. I am interested in meeting you and seeing if my experiences can help you create the life you want, the life you deserve.
Jesse Chasman, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical neuropsychologist who provides neuropsychological assessments for adults with neurological conditions and medical illnesses that compromise cognition. My specialty is in the assessment of cognitive and behavioral changes associated with neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, that can affect memory and other cognitive functions. I also have specialized training in the assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, learning disorders, and mood/psychiatric illness. 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

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?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Boston, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.