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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists in Boston

Isaac Lowenthal, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy and couples counseling. My theoretical orientation is eclectic; I utilize existential and cognitive-behavioral principles, among others, to treat a range of behavioral health issues, including depression, self-esteem issues, interpersonal conflict, loss, sexuality/LGBT, and adjustment disorders. I practice with a humanistic perspective and believe that a strong therapist/client rapport is critical to successful treatment. To that end, I strive to create a warm, genuine and authentic connection with my clients so that they can work collaboratively to: determine their needs, establish goals, and achieve those goals.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 259-1895
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 682-9200
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
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 860-2810
Stephanie Saba, Counselor  in Boston
“I began working in this field over 10 years ago as a counselor in a residential for children ages 6-13. It was through this experience that I knew I wanted to work with people of all ages, genders and ethnicities and help them achieve their goals and relieve their suffering. I have had the opportunity to work with people across the life span. My experience includes providing individual counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families, working as a school adjustment counselor , working as a case manager for DYS.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(781) 241-4758
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
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 500-0765
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 606-9749
Paula Noyes, Counselor  in Boston
“My practice is devoted to helping people feel calmer, lighter, and more at peace with their emotions. I work with adults and older adolescents interested in understanding themselves better and in forming more rewarding, less painful relationships with others. I also help people to clarify life goals, develop a stronger sense of purpose, and work toward creating a more fulfilling life. I choose from a variety of approaches depending on the client's needs and what I think may be most effective. I welcome ongoing feedback from clients to make sure that our work together remains focused and satisfying.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(857) 342-3086
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in practice for over 10 years having completed my clinical training in NYC and Boston. I work collaboratively with clients, ranging from college age and up, to better understand and treat a range of issues. My areas of expertise include: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, coping with medical issues, stress management, dealing with life transitions, acculturation issues, caregiver stress, and issues of self-esteem. Although my approach is primarily insight-oriented therapy, I incorporate different modalities of treatment depending on what is helpful for the particular client.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 651-1846
Louise Auchincloss Kenyon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Psychotherapy is a process of self discovery and change, at times challenging but ultimately profound and rewarding. In my practice I provide an atmosphere of respect, warmth and curiosity to help my clients explore their feelings, understand the dynamics of their past and begin to live a more fulfilling life less burdened by old patterns and painful symptoms. I provide psychotherapy to adults (individuals and couples) and adolescents.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 381-4464
Boston ASAP, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Boston Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs, better known as Boston ASAP, is an outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment clinic. We are CARF Accredited and licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to provide mental health, substance abuse, gambling, and anger management counseling. The agency employs an expert multidisciplinary treatment team that delivers a wide variety of culturally responsive services.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 396-7613
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 682-9136
Marshaun B. Glover, Psychologist  in Boston
“Having a therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of helping people overcome their obstacles. I try to develop this relationship with all clients by paying attention to the aspects of their lives that they feel are most important. After 9 years working and studying in the field of mental health, I have come to believe that in order to effectively help someone, you must be genuinely interested in them. I enjoy working with clients who reach a level of comfort and confidence in expressing themselves openly in therapy.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 274-8325
Mary Louise Mesquita, Counselor  in Boston
“Psychotherapy can be a very useful resource. I would be more than happy to meet with you, evaluate your presenting symptoms and issues, and help you determine how best to use therapy to meet your objectives. Increasing your awareness about what you need and want is the first step towards meeting those needs and desires. We can take a short-term, highly focused, strategy-oriented approach, or work on an ongoing basis which allows for a more comprehensive understanding and processing of patterns of behavior and relationship dynamics.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(617) 281-4103
Wayne Frieden, Counselor  in Boston
“I work collaboratively with people who are feeling overwhelmed, experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression, or having difficulty with relationships. I help individuals and couples understand the nature of their concerns and free themselves of negative beliefs and extreme behaviors in order to create positive change in their lives. Our work will help you develop new insights, skills, and solutions that can lead to more meaningful communication, conflict resolution, and healthier relationships. Through curiosity, self-understanding, confidence, and compassion, we have the ability to heal ourselves, make positive choices and feel more connected with others.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(781) 352-2155
Erin K Schaefer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you feeling stuck in a certain pattern of thoughts or behaviors that you find worrisome or troubling? Perhaps you are feeling overwhelmed in your life and are beginning to wonder if you may benefit from some additional support. I have worked and trained in a variety of mental health settings including residental, partial hospitaliation and intensive outpatient, medical hospitals and college campuses.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(516) 272-4717
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
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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.