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Therapists in Newton

Amy K Friedman, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am warm, authentic, dynamic, and connective, and I believe in meaning-making and healing through relationship. I also believe in the balance of holding what's challenging or traumatic, while looking at possibilities for growth and change. I truly love the work that I do, providing holding, healing, and transformation in a safe and natural way. Come meet me for a free sample session, and see what possibilities we might explore together. My contact information is (617) 935 - 9116. I look forward to hopefully meeting with you.
(617) 379-0441
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
P Ellen Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Do you ever feel like a little kid playing "Pin the tail on the donkey?" You're blindfolded and haven't a clue where the donkey is let alone be able to give it a tail! I like working with folks who don't like blindfolds or being spun around and repositioned. I seek people who want control over their personal, professional, and social lives. I want to be there as they construct clear road maps leading to positive outcomes. I may not be at the finish line with my clients but will be cheering them on from a distance!
(617) 394-1825
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
“In my experience as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, I have attempted to help people struggling with emotional difficulties, compromised productivity, troubled relationships, and stunted creativity. Sometimes these difficulties yield to medications, advice, or short-term strategies. Sometimes they are the product of conflicts with a long history that result in frustrating repetitions that cost the patient time, pleasure, and fulfillment. Until these conflicts and feelings can be talked about they will show up as action and people will feel stuck and hopeless. Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can break this logjam and free the individual to choose their own course.
(617) 674-1945
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Ryan Gazzola, Psychologist  in Newton
“In a therapeutic space that is authentic and genuine, I will work collaboratively with you to cultivate a deeper relationship with yourself. Together, I am hopeful we can explore, understand and discover the inherent strengths that you possess, and more importantly, how to use them. This may come in the form of increased relational satisfaction, greater sense of purpose and life meaning or just getting off the couch! Wherever your destination, it would be a pleasure to walk with you on the journey. I work primarily with adolescents and adults who have concerns of depression, anxiety, relational and adjustment issues.
(617) 936-8978
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Rebecca Kornblatt, Psychologist  in Newton
“I work with adults of all ages, including older adults, to understand and alleviate problems with mood, relationships, and functioning. I develop therapeutic partnerships with my clients and am psychodynamically oriented.
(617) 274-8934
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Joel M Eichler, Psychologist  in Newton
“I work with clients about their relationship issues. Sometimes this involves problems with partners, parents, siblings, or children and sometimes this is about the relationship a person has with him/her self. The lack of meaningful/successful relationships is often a factor in people seeking therapy. The ensuing symptoms may be in the form of anxiety or depression. I like to meet with the people involved in the relationship problems, although the therapy often starts with a series of solo appointment. I view initial meetings as a consultation to check out the goodness of fit between a person's needs and my professional skills.
(617) 600-6490
Newton, Massachusetts 02467
Steven Alan Hassan, Counselor  in Newton
“As a former cult member I help people and their families who have been "unduly influenced." I am committed to helping people reclaim their personal power. Freedom of Mind: Helping Loved Ones Leave Controlling People, Cults and Beliefs (2013) and a 25th anniversary edition of Combating Cult Mind Control (2015). I help people from all over the world who have found that mental health professionals, unless they are specialized in treating cult members, are at best a waste of time and resources, and worse, do further harm. A large part of my practice is short term work with former members.
(617) 396-4638
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Lee Paul, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Psychotherapy, also known as "the talking cure" helps people to clarify and better understand their feelings and needs. Through active listening, I work to reach a mutual sense of what is upsetting the person seeking help. Self awareness reached in the context of an empathic and therapeutic relationship, enables the person to meet his/her potential and to engage fully in work and relationships.
(857) 313-3830
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Susan Elizabeth Aeschbach, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
“I work in a very collaborative way to help you to achieve your personal goals. The fit is essential and so I invite you to meet with me to see if the match feels right. In our initial meetings I will want to get an understanding of what is working well in your life as well as what is not working well. I will also obtain a history and after a couple of sesions I will share with you my assessment of you and your problems and will recommend a treatment approach that I think will be helpful.
(617) 500-1337
Newton, Massachusetts 02468
Mark Sorensen, Psychologist  in Newton
“For over thirty years, I have been helping couples develop stronger and more intimate relationships. If it feels like walls have developed that are keeping you from being able to talk to your partner or to fully enjoy your relationship, then couples therapy can help. Together, we will come to understand what is getting in the way of connection and develop strategies and solutions for changing how you and your partner communicate. Conflicts in a relationship are natural yet they can create distance if not handled skillfully. Therapy will help you to learn ways of managing conflict that create closeness.
(617) 965-6283
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Barbara S Furstenberg, Psychologist  in Newton
“Having been in practice as a psychologist for more than 30 years, I am convinced that change and growth take place within the safety and warmth of a truly understanding, and collaborative relationship. It has been a privilege to do this work and I am grateful for the opportunity to bear witness and contribute to my patients' lives. Our journeys are often complicated and demanding with places along the way that can be overwhelming, painful and confusing. Awareness and willingness to seek help when you are at an impasse is perhaps the most important step in the process of psychotherapy.
(617) 206-1244
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Rosa M Buffone, Counselor  in Newton
“Dawna Markova writes, 'I WILL NOT DIE AN UNLIVED LIFE'! The goal of our work together will be to access that innate wisdom which allows "creative thought" and "inspired action" to guide you towards a life of great success, joy and fulfillment. Release the past and embrace a new level of consciousness that promises to restructure old, destructive cognitive-behavioral patterns and false premises. The process includes tangible action steps; self-reflection and personal renewal; building honest and loving relationships; mindfulness meditation and guided visualization; "tapping" or EFT; developing intuition; reclaiming purpose and passion; and recognizing the Sacred in all things.
(617) 858-6913
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
“Sometimes life brings odd adversities for us to experience and we don't always know what is the best way to handle, or go about sorting out the situation, or it makes us feel "crazy". The tasks of the therapist is to help us understand that these situations affect our mental and emotional health, and how do we cope with the adversities and our mental and emotional well-being in the best way possible. I hope to work with you to find the most suited therapeutic intervention to help you stay stable and make healthier life decisions.
(617) 390-7221
Newton, Massachusetts 02464
Katie Warner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CEIS
“The choice to start psychotherapy, though difficult, can also prove exciting in that it offers the opportunity to heal, instill hope, and improve an understanding of oneself and others. My clients tell me that I possess a calm and warm demeanor and that I make them feel heard and not judged. I provide a safe and respectful space for individuals and families to process their experiences. Together, clients and I can explore concerns, collaborate to find solutions, and discover ways to better address and cope with new stressors if and when they arise.
(617) 674-1323
Newton, Massachusetts 02462
Multiservice Eating Disorders Association, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
“MEDA is the foremost eating disorders non-profit organization in New England. We provide comprehensive eating disorder assessments, clinical support groups, and short term skills-based eating disorder counseling. We offer a variety of outpatient services including individualized referrals based on location, insurance, and symptoms to support individuals and families through the various stages of their journey. MEDA is the first step toward awareness and healing.
(617) 500-4038 x15
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
“No one is born a parent. Parenting, and especially co-parenting, can be even more challenging when partners disagree, or when larger issues about the marriage or a divorce arise. I help parents understand how to be the best mothers and fathers they can be for their children, and how to work together to support them even under difficult circumstances. I also work directly with couples and families experiencing conflict (together or as individuals), and can provide divorce and family mediation when needed.
(617) 506-9922
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Erin E Kuehn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CAGS
“Most of us have multiple roles that we fill in our everyday lives. Roles in our personal lives, our social lives and our professional lives. Balancing these roles and responsibilities along with the adversities that are a part of life, can be overwhelming at times, and may lead to stress, disconnection, anxiety or depression. Cultivating resilience is one way to assist us in managing these everyday demands and the adversities that are part of the human experience. Resilience is the process of adapting well or bouncing back from difficult experiences and being able to cope effectively. Research has deemed it essential to success and happiness.
(617) 762-5205
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
David Jay Weiss, Psychologist  in Newton
“You are calling because you want help, relief, and improvement as soon as possible. I have 35 years of experience specializing in individual therapy, marriage/couples counseling, and sex therapy. Using an integrative approach, we will develop a clear articulation of your problem and a clear plan to get more out of life. We will use techniques addressing anxiety, depression, sexual issues, ineffective communication, self-defeating patterns, feelings of hopeless or sadness. You may know what you are feeling, but not the solution. My job is to relieve suffering and enhance your wellbeing and your relationship with others.
(617) 466-9972
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Jamie Siegel, Psychologist  in Newton
“I view therapy as an opportunity to explore feelings, understand behaviors, and develop the tools for living a more authentic, satisfying, meaningful life. As a clinical psychologist, I strive to be genuine, warm, and collaborative. I actively engage in the therapeutic process and view the relationship as a safe, non-judgmental space within which to grow, learn, and change. I believe that everyone possesses the natural ability to reach their fullest potential, and it is my privilege to help others discover and develop their strengths and resources.
(617) 860-3244
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Andre Perreault, Counselor  in Newton
“I offer therapy for couples and individuals who feel their lives or relationships are off track. I offer a direct, though gentle, approach helping both men and women achieve better self-awareness, and a greater capacity for intimacy and fulfillment in their personal or professional lives. I help clients see and understand the patterns they're in and then help clients build confidence, improve relationships, find a sense of security, assert themselves with love and skill, heal from loss and trauma, find direction, and develop more effective interpersonal skills.
(617) 606-7738
Newton, Massachusetts 02464
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