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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists in Boston

Boston Professionals Counseling, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“Boston Professionals Counseling, LLC is a private psychotherapy practice specializing in helping professionals with the unique challenges they face. We have a critical understanding of the stresses and pressures professionals face because we've been there. We know what it's like to face a deadline, to make sacrifices, and to juggle the simultaneous responsibilities of work and life. This first hand experience of life in the corporate world distinguishes us from other therapy practices, from the way we analyze issues, to our commitment to client privacy. We help you make the case for wellbeing.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 300-0453
Douglas M Katz, Psychologist  in Boston
“My practice focuses on treating adults experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and sexual dysfunction. My approach combines practical guidance, education, and problem solving, along with facilitating insight into the roots of unwanted behavioral, emotional, and relationship patterns.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(857) 363-2594
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 505-1870
Lawrence Civale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I enjoy working with individuals and couples who are experiencing difficult and challenging transitions in their lives. My style is direct, interactive, supportive and compassionate. In the 21 years that I've been practicing psychotherapy in New York State and the Boston area , I have found that people seek counseling for short term solutions, while others are seeking a longer more indepth and transformative experience. In either case, the process can help change occur through better communication with others and through management of feelings and distorted perceptions we might have about ourselves often rooted in past experiences.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 947-3261
Ashley Reckert, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist providing individual, couple, and family therapy. I specialize in relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and trauma. My approach to therapy is to "make it make sense". I believe that when you understand the origin and evolution of your struggles and place it within the context of your personality and family history, you will become more empowered in your own life. When you become the master of your own life, you will feel competent and capable to achieve your goals, overcome your struggles, and live life balanced and fulfilled.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(703) 677-8881
Kristen Ihde, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy, couples counseling, and psychological assessment for adolescents and adults. I use a variety of theoretical approaches to treatment including cognitive behavioral, attachment, relational, and developmental in an effort to meet each client's unique needs. I work with clients to develop a therapeutic relationship in which they feel safe exploring their unique struggles and developing the skills necessary to make changes in their lives. My particular areas of interest include: trauma, depression, anxiety, identity development and sexual orientation, and relationship challenges.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 259-1895
Cheryl Rosenthal, Psychologist  in Boston
“I enjoy working collaboratively with adults of all ages. For nearly 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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 320-7223
Riikka Melartin, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed psychologist who provides individual therapy, counseling, and consultation for clients who are diverse in age, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. Though my approach varies depending on the issues of the individual client, I use elements from my training in insight-oriented therapy, behavioral therapy, family and systems theory, as well as neuropsychology (the study of brain-behavior interaction). Some of my interests include mood and anxiety problems, relationship and parenting challenges, cross-cultural issues, the stresses and adjustments to various life transitions, and working with students and with people with ADHD or LD.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 259-1895
Aimee Falchuk, Counselor  in Boston
Counselor, MPH, MEd, RYT
“The process of healing is a dynamic one. I view health as the integration of mind, body, emotions, will and spirit in their true free flowing form. When any aspect of ourselves is blocked by distorted beliefs, defenses, self will and physical holding of the musculature and breath, we are unable to live our fullest experience of life. My approach utilizes cognitive and body oriented work as well as spiritual concepts with the goal of increasing energy and consciousness. Our aim in this work is to expand our capacity to love, self express, physically move, and to claim our purpose and connection.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(646) 759-2794
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 229-7228
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(315) 895-1127
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 765-4064
Michael L. Rockel, LMHC, Counselor  in Boston
“Therapy can be an energizing and life changing experience. Making a decision to seek counseling however is a big step and choosing the right counselor an even bigger one. The path to a more emotionally satisfying life involves small steps on a journey that frequently helps a person uncover surprising and undiscovered emotional strengths. As an open and affirming counselor my focus is future oriented. It is my goal to help clients take those all too important small steps which lead to the solutions and strengths in their lives that they may have overlooked.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 420-7127
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 340-2601
Masha Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“It is possible to have that close connection, passion, understanding and trust in your relationship with your partner, that you once imagined but might have given up on. We all want our partner to be there for us and to listen to us with compassion and understanding. Imago Couples Therapy helps us figure out and heal what is preventing us from having this amazing relationship that we want. The clues usually lie in our past. I can help you and your partner really understand and give each other what you need at the core of your being.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 229-6721
Gerard Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CEAP
“It has truly been my honor and privilege to assist clients that have been troubled by anxiety, depression, alcohol/drug use, addictions, and numerous other issues. Getting started with therapy takes courage so my goal initially is to create a warm and safe environment, ideally where you'll feel comfortable unburdening yourself of anything that troubles you. My experience, skills, and innate nature have helped allow me to view and understand my clients' lives in unique ways that others often miss.Based on past experience, I'm confident that together we'll be able to find opportunities for creative solutions to even challenging problems.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 440-7063
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(781) 996-0328
Bryan Aberin Mendiola, Psychologist  in Boston
“It's a gift and a privilege to do this work. Over the last nine years, I have served numerous individuals and groups in school settings, university counseling centers, community mental health, managed care, and VA hospitals, addressing issues of anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, grief and loss, relationship and family conflict, and racial, sexual, gender, or spiritual identity. I am most drawn to work with anxiety or fear-based struggles, including various kinds of stress and worry, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, social phobia, PTSD, identity development, life transitions, and relationship concerns - such as difficulties in intimacy, trust, self-esteem, commitment, and communication.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 496-0285
Suzanne Pineles, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist who works to help clients cope with emotional difficulties and achieve valued life goals. My theoretical orientation is cognitive-behavioral and my practice is guided by research. As a complement to traditional cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), I often integrate mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques into my work. Therapy is a collaborative process and I work closely with clients to continuously hone a plan to best suits their needs. I enjoy working with a variety of people, ranging from those who desire support in managing complex lives to those who have endured significant trauma.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 401-0498
Rebecca Eddy Muccilli, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a licensed Psychologist who provides therapy to individuals who are looking to more authentically connect with themselves and others; understand who they are, what they are feeling, and why they are experiencing the emotions they are feeling. I am trained to provide a variety of therapeutic interventions. I tailor my therapeutic approach to fit the unique needs and desires of each individual client. I use an insight oriented approach to aid individuals in understanding and interrupting repetitive patterns that may be interfering or often lead us to that "stuck" feeling.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 390-8554
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in Boston or for a Boston CBT Therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

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.