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Depression Therapists in Boston

Lucy Barts M. D., Psychiatrist  in Boston
“As a Board certified psychiatrist I try to help patients with depression, shifts in mood, anxiety, stress or relationship issues, trauma, alcohol and substance use, behavior and attention problems. As a therapist trained in classical and emerging therapies, I approach these problems analytically and with greatest compassion, carefully considering one's life experiences, character traits, emotional and behavioral patterns. I work together with my patients to uncover aspects and origins of their symptoms, and together we move forward. More can be found on my webpage at Boston-Psychiatry.com.
Depression
(617) 307-7442
Meredith Jones, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides individual therapy for adults. Based on the specific needs of each client, my theoretical orientation includes aspects of cognitive, behavioral, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and insight-oriented therapy. I strongly believe in the use of empirically-supported treatments within a warm and empathic therapeutic environment. My areas of expertise include: depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use, identity development, life transitions, and relationship issues.
Depression
(617) 259-1895
“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.
Depression
(781) 399-0001
Steve Rothenberg, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am committed 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.
Depression
(617) 925-7092
Julie Gardner, Psychologist  in Boston
“Depressed because relationships aren't working out the way you want? Anxiety / fear impeding you from actualizing your personal or professional dreams? Haunted by unhealed scars from the past? Struggling with an Eating Disorder? Wanting to make your current relationships with family and friends more rewarding? Then I am here to help. The Match Is The Most Important Thing. I am an interactive, personable, empathically confrontational therapist. My patients work hard to grow and succeed in reaching their goals. I view therapy as a journey. I am both a "sherpa" to help relieve you of burdensome baggage and a guide.
Depression
(617) 500-0765
Jane Scherban, Counselor  in Boston
“I have been in practice in the Boston area for over 30 years. My approach is interactive, collaborative, and respectful. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioral and Psychodynamic approaches to therapy.I see clients for both short-term and long-term psychotherapy dependent on their needs/preference. In addition to individual therapy I work with couples and run 1 HIV support group.
Depression
(617) 505-1870
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.
Depression
(617) 910-3523
Joann Toporowski, Psychologist  in Boston
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, negative self-talk, a vexing habit, or relationship problems? Are you repeating the same negative behaviors, knowing they're not working, but not knowing how to stop? Anyone can make changes to his/her life, but it can feel so overwhelming and daunting to face problems alone. You don't have to be alone. I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides individual and couples' therapy. I supply a safe, caring, nonjudgmental space to explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that lead to that feeling of being stuck.
Depression
(805) 259-3427
Paulette Sewell-Reid, Counselor  in Boston
“At times life hits us hard, we find ourselves struggling with problems that seem overwhelming and we see no way out. Do not hesitate to ask for help. Therapy is not as scary as you think. As your therapist, I will provide a safe and confidential space as we work together to empower you on your journey to taking back control of your life. I am a licensed mental health counselor with over 12 years of experience in providing therapy for couples, individuals and families in crisis. I will be the shoulder you can lean on.
Depression
(617) 860-2810
David Dybdal, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I am a Harvard-trained, Harvard-affiliated psychiatrist and psychotherapist in Boston, MA. As a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, I specialize in the concomitant use of medication and psychotherapy to achieve not only remission of distressing symptoms but also recovery and wellness in those with whom I work. When working with other therapists, I utilize a highly collaborative model, with close contact and communication between treaters to achieve optimal results.
Depression
(617) 229-6714
Guy R. Croteau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Offering individual, group and couples therapy, I have a broad spectrum of experiences as a psychotherapist with diverse clients, including gay, lesbian, transgender individuals and couples. I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist. After many years in Community Mental Health (North Suffolk Mental Health and Fenway Health), my therapeutic approach is from a person-in-society perspective. I am honored to provide support, practical feedback and encouragement that effectively address personal life challenges.
Depression
(617) 208-4394
Steve Cadwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, CGT, LICSW
“I focus where YOU are: your strengths, vulnerabilities, and where you're stuck. You'll learn how your symptoms (eg. depression, anxiety, isolation, addictions, or failed relationships) may be connected with early experience; like not fitting in with family or peers or society. You'll discover vital new ways of relating in your work, play, and relationships. I have a general practice in which I work with men and women, straight and gay and bisexual.
Depression
(617) 329-1982
Sally Guy, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boston
“I am a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist with more than 25 years of psychiatric nursing experience, primarily in outpatient settings but also in hospital settings.I have extensive knowledge and experience in the assessment and treatment of depression, anxiety and a wide range of psychological disorders. I provide psychopharmacological (i.e., medication) treatment for adults. I work collaboratively with clients in developing a treatment plan focused on target symptoms and problem-solving. My approach includes incorporating traditional and complementary medication, nutrition, exercise, stress-management, and other healthy lifestyle changes.
Depression
(617) 259-1895
Robert Bonazoli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with individuals and couples eager to improve their lives. I use an integrative approach to psychotherapy, combining insight and skills-based frameworks. I help clients understand how their past experiences and relationships shaped and influence who they are now and how they experience the world (insight), and I help them develop tools for addressing current life situations and for putting that insight to work in moving their lives in the direction they want (skills-based). This approach helps clients link the past which formed them, the present they are living in, and the future they wish to experience.
Depression
(617) 682-9136
Jennifer Dotson, Psychologist  in Boston
“Excellent psychotherapy offers a deep appreciation for an individual's thoughts, emotions and wishes. Within the framework of a safe and trusting therapy relationship, individuals can gain the understanding and skills needed to make changes toward a more fulfilling life. Regardless of what brings a person to therapy-a desire for deeper understanding of self, alleviation of symptoms, or help responding to an internal or interpersonal conflict-good therapy facilitates an individual's inherent capacity for growth and resilence.
Depression
(617) 447-0378
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.
Depression
(617) 904-9937
Meredith Flouton-Barnes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“"A year from now, you may wish you started today." - K. Lamb - Working with a therapist can help you foster insight, provide support, and build new strategies to identify and address the core issues that interfere with relationships and work. Therapy can increase the flexibility with which you think about and engage in your life. My intent is for us to create a reliable and safe environment in which we can work together to address the issues you've been facing, improve understanding of yourself and help you feel less stuck in existing patterns of managing challenges.
Depression
(617) 431-5853
Toshie Suzuki-Diaz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Welcome! My main focus as a therapist is to provide an open and comfortable space for my clients; I believe fostering authenticity and the building of trust are essential for you to have a meaningful and satisfying therapy experience. My therapeutic approaches are insight-oriented and supportive psychotherapy as well as using solution-focused and problem-solving models. If appropriate, I incorporate mind-body-spirit (or Energy Psychology) techniques for stress reduction and perspective shift. Together, we will determine the intervention used based on your current needs and goals.
Depression
(617) 431-1887
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.
Depression
(617) 682-9200
Lesley Fields, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy and couples counseling for adults. I believe psychotherapy can help people improve their life satisfaction and interpersonal connection through self-awareness and positive change. I use warmth, authenticity, and humor to create a collaborative and supportive environment in which my clients can explore their concerns, develop insight, and move toward personal growth. My clinical approach draws from several theoretical orientations including psychodynamic, relational, and cognitive-behavioral perspectives. My clinical interests include anxiety/depression, identity development, self-esteem and self-compassion, and relationship difficulties.
Depression
(617) 259-1895
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Depression Therapists
If you're looking for help with depression in Boston or for a Boston depression Therapist, these Therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in Boston. They include depression Therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in Boston. They can help with relationship Therapist in Boston. A Therapist can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide Boston depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in Boston and Boston depression groups. If you're depressed in Boston, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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.