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Therapists in Newton

Danielle Buckman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Newton
“I am a licensed psychotherapist trained to work with individuals, couples, and families. I have a doctorate in counseling psychology from Boston University. In clinical practice I have worked in a multi-cultural mental health center, the Veteran's Administration, Boston University Student Counseling and private practice helping many clients manage and master the change process. Together, we work toward healing and change. My approach is active and empathic and can take the form of short-term problem solving approach or more in-depth exploration. Clients learn to decrease stress in their lives whether due to anxiety, depression, work, personal relationships or chronic illness.
(617) 237-6141
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Marjorie Kroeger, Counselor  in Newton
“I am a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, trained by renowned expert Dr. Patrick Carnes to treat sex addiction and love addiction. Sex addiction is any sexual behavior which has become out of control, including compulsive use of pornography, erotic chat, masturbation, prostitutes, strip clubs, massage parlors and affairs. My ideal client is someone who acknowledges that he or she has a problem with compulsive behavior and wants to address both the behavior and the issues driving the behavior. I treat both the person with the sex addiction as well as the partner.
(800) 785-0833
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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
Theodora Noyes McDowell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, PhD
“Is your child having troubles at home or at school? Is your child fearful, withdrawn, aggressive or have trouble making friends? Is your child struggling with ADD or depression? Do you feel overwhelmed by responsibilities? Frequently tired and depressed? Are anxiety and depression controlling your life? Why not do something about these issues today? I have worked with adults and children,for over 35 years and am experienced in many therapeutic approaches. These include,psychodynamic therapy, expressive therapy, parent education, cognitive behavioral therapy, art therapy, and play therapy for children. Call me today to find help.
(617) 877-7726
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
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
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
Anne W Waters, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a clinical psychologist who has practiced for over 20 years in the Boston area. I offer an active, collaborative approach and believe that a trusting therapeutic relationship fosters personal growth and change.
(617) 500-1897
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Dorothy E Warner, Psychologist  in Newton
“From the very first session, I collaborate with clients and families to address their current challenges so that they can bring greater joy, peace, and acceptance into their lives. So often, our difficulties stem from unhealthy, long-standing patterns that weave through development and influence how we see ourselves, relationships, & the world around us. I help clients to deepen their understanding of their challenges and strengths in order to more effectively reach their goals.
(617) 553-9563
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Liz Klish, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides individual psychotherapy and psychological assessment for adults. I believe that psychotherapy can help people change hurtful relationship patterns, advance personal growth, and increase life fulfillment. I rely on humor and warmth to create a non-judgmental, empathic therapeutic environment so that my clients feel safe discussing their life challenges. My therapeutic approach draws from psychodynamic, relational, and cognitive-behavioral models. I work collaboratively with clients to understand their individual needs and to help them achiever their goals for a more fulfilling life.
(617) 259-1895
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
John J Ciervo, Counselor  in Newton
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Counselor, CAGS, LMHC, CTS, CST
“I use an integrative (eclectic ) form of therapy and always begin with meeting the client where they are at. We then move forward developing a safe, therapeutic relationship. As we build upon this relationship the client will begin to recognize and interpret behaviors and patterns. The goal is a deeper development of the therapeutic relationship and build upon the connection. I challenge/encourage the client to make necessary life changes and recognize unproductive patterns that limit them from leading a full, happy life.
(617) 615-6930
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Eileen J Chodos, Counselor  in Newton
“I view therapy as an evolving partnership between therapist and client based on trust and mutual respect. I listen carefully to each person to understand what has brought them to seek therapy and to hear what they hope to achieve through our working together. I help individuals uncover their wise self by being a compassionate mirror, reflecting back to them patterns that serve them as well as those that seem to be no longer useful. Through exploring how these patterns developed and understanding how they are affecting their life, I help clients take steps in a positive direction.
(617) 340-7293
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Meghan McNeff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“"Kids do better when they feel better." -Jane Nelson. When parents hire me to work with them and their young child, I take this seriously. I understand that making the decision to seek support for your child can be difficult, and I strive to help parents feel comfortable during this time. I believe that parents and primary caregivers are the experts and that true growth and change comes from a thoughtful and collaborative process.
(203) 428-4977
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a clinical social worker working in the field of relational therapy for over thirty years. I believe that we are all hard wired for connection with others but that often experiences and traumas from the past interfere with one's ability to have healthy, growth enhancing relationships with others and with oneself. Using relational therapy, mindfulness and relaxation techniques, I work with people to enable them to find their way into healthy connection with themselves and with others in their lives.
(617) 606-9596
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Lawrence Haydu, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am accepting, interactive, and easygoing. I believe in focusing on the current situation in peoples' lives, and explore the past as long as it has a demonstrable benefit for a client's present day functioning. I believe it is important to customize my approach to a client's style, situation, and needs. As much as possible, I draw on a person's emotional and physical "intelligence" to complement his or her cognitive understanding. It is essential that my clients feel in charge of their direction and pacing, and safe enough to take the necessary risks.
(617) 863-0941
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
“By the time a client comes in for therapy, he/she has already made many attempts to change that have not been optimally successful. I first try to find out what has/hasn't worked, so we do not go over old ground. There are many ways to change, and I work with people to find what way will work best for them with this particular problem at this particular time. A major strength I bring to my therapy practice is training and experience in many different "schools of thought" including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and client-centered.
(857) 239-0096
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Sarah Parkerson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My work with young children has strengthened my belief that children are amazingly resilient. Given the right adult support, children can develop the necessary skills to effectively express and regulate their strong emotions, and cope with future life stressors. It is important to me that the children and families I work with experience the therapeutic process as supportive, comfortable and collaborative. It is my hope that our work together will result in meaningful change and increased positive family interactions. My clinical approach to both individual and family therapy is strength-based, child-centered play therapy.
(617) 936-8273
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Mimi Rabinovitch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am an experienced therapist, having been in private practice for 20 years after 10 years in the Psychiatry Department at MGH. A good fit is crucial for a pleasant, successful therapy, so developing a flexible, resilient relationship as we start is primary. I am interested, empathetic, and communicative, and sometimes very humorous and fun. I combine psychodynamic and behavioral approaches -- psychodynamic to help people understand why they react, feel, and behave in certain ways, and behavioral to then use that understanding to change automatic reactions, old behaviors and no-longer-useful ways of seeing themselves and connecting to others.
(617) 209-2294
Newton, Massachusetts 02462
Alan Albert, Psy.D., CGP, Psychologist  in Newton
“I have more than 30 years of clinical experience working with a wide range of individuals, couples, and groups. I am open-minded, warm, and have a good sense of humor. As an experienced institute and workshop leader for the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy, I've led many training sessions on group development and practice. I've found that people grow in groups and learn as much from each other as they do from me as leader. Also, having EAP experience, I work with employees around substance abuse and anger management concerns.
(617) 702-2902
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Lynn K. Cooper, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a very experienced, board-certified clinical psychologist who truly enjoys the process of therapy in changing lives. In the many years I have been a psychotherapist, I have had the opportunity to work for people with many different kinds of struggles. My clients see me as dedicated, persistent, knowledgeable, and caring. I am committed to finding the best ways available of helping clients who come through my office door, and if I can't provide a needed service, I pride myself on making appropriate referrals to other sources of help.
(617) 702-2349
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
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