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Therapists in Beverly

Stephanie Lei Burks, Counselor  in Beverly
“As your therapist, I will provide you with a warm, non-judgmental and safe environment to help you navigate challenges in a creative way. I use an eclectic approach to treatment. I work from an empowerment model and combined action-oriented therapy, expressive arts, and psycho-dynamic therapy to help you communicate your feelings that have become a struggle.
(423) 900-8051
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Thomas A. Peltz, Counselor  in Beverly
“Alcohol and drug treatment, mental health, stress reduction, and spiritual issues are all areas that I would be glad to help you with. I have worked in this field since 1973. Please see my web site at:
(978) 927-6763
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Katy Field, Counselor  in Beverly
“Life doesn't always go as planned but life always goes on. I believe that traditional therapy is rarely the only solution to life's struggles. The key to overcoming problems is often through finding and exploring strengths. I often approach therapy utilizing a comprehensive approach to healing that includes both traditional and non-traditional treatment interventions. At times this incorporates music, art, writing, playing and other creative modalities.
(508) 455-4892
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Michael V Porter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CSAT, CMAT
“The Center for Sex & Love Addiction provides counseling and treatment for individuals and couples who are dealing with the complex problems involved with sex addiction and love addiction. Our sex and love treatment program enables individuals and couples to stop the cycle, regain control of their lives and begin the road to recovery. I have been working for 5 years with individuals with issues of infidelity, excessive pornography use, engaging with prostitutes and many other at risk behaviors. We also have supportive treatment working with partners of the addict.
(978) 631-4179
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Dr. Elizabeth Sullivan, Psy'D, LMHC, MFT, Counselor  in Beverly
“Psychotherapy and the therapeutic relationship are powerful tools. Therapy is a client directed process with the goal of becoming more authentically oneself. I believe it is an honor for me to be present and involved in this transition with my clients. I look forward to getting to know you.
(617) 409-2776
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Isabel Neff, Psychologist  in Beverly
“I am a licensed psychologist with extensive experience working with a variety of clients of differing ages who seek to improve the quality of their lives. Working as a team, I help my clients focus on reaching personal goals and address the concerns and stressors that negatively impact their lives.
(978) 928-0451
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Ajna Pisani, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“At some level, we are all seeking happiness, and you deserve to have a joyful, satisfying life. You can use the therapeutic process to achieve your life goals and increase your understanding of how you make sense of the world around you.
(617) 383-4312
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
David Helfand  in Beverly
“I work with clients across the lifespan and with a variety of conditions to improve their overall health, well being, and life satisfaction. My training in clinical psychology, health psychology, neurofeedback, mindfulness, yoga, and hypnosis allows me to use an integrated approach to help the people that enter my office. Additionally, I fully believe that collaboration and the ability to listen are two of the most important characteristics of a good therapist. The occasional dash of humor also helps.
(978) 381-4298 x20
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Frederick Neff, Psychologist  in Beverly
“Dr. Neff is a licensed psychologist/consultant with over 30 years of experience. He works with a variety of clients to help them reach their personal goals. He works with anxiety disorders, relationship issues, and performance issues which arise at work as well as in the athletic arena. Dr. Neff's training is in psychodynamic theory and cognitive-behavioral therapy. He draws on the psychodynamic theory to gain understanding of the individual and uses a more cognitive-behavioral approach in his work with clients.
(978) 636-0947
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Lisa Silveria, Art Therapist  in Beverly
“Therapy is a collaborative process, and I strive to create a safe and comfortable environment in which to build a caring therapeutic relationship. In working with my clients,I practice a humanistic approach, and engage in verbal therapy, play therapy, expressive arts therapy, depending on the needs and wishes of my client. I am trained in expressive therapy, but also use "talk therapy." My specialties include depression, anxiety, domestic violence, trauma, and addiction.
(781) 473-0469
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Ann M Flagg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“"Sometimes life leaves us feeling confused, stressed and emotionally low. I have experience working with adults helping them overcome their struggles with anxiety and depression and with issues such as family and parenting stress, school and work difficulties, unhappy relationships, loss of a loved one and trauma. I also work with children, ages 3 -13 who are experiencing difficulties at school and, or at home. I do individual, couples, family and play therapy (with younger children). I believe, given some gentle direction, people can harness their instinctual ability to decrease their own distress and to live a more contented life."
(978) 716-2822
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Sylvia Topp, Psychologist  in Beverly
“With a Ph.D. and over 25 years' experience in Clinical Psychology, I provide confidential counseling in a supportive and caring environment. I work with people ages 15 to adult to overcome many of today's common issues, such as: self-esteem, marriage and family difficulties, life focus (developing yourself), depression, anxiety, eating disorders, chemical dependency, sexual abuse, and concerns associated with growing older.
(978) 233-1936
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Pamela Doane, Counselor  in Beverly
“I view therapy as an opportunity for self exploration where you can identify areas of conflict and can become more aware of self defeating behaviors. My approach is based on building a trusting relationship through active listening, unconditional support and warm acceptance. I have worked as a counselor for over twenty years. I have been successful at helping individuals increase their self esteem and ultimately address and conquer fears and anxieties. I believe that if we work together you can achieve the happiness that you have been searching for and deserve.
(978) 767-9430
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Siobhan Mahoney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“We encounter challenges daily. These challenges may include the death of a loved one, a life-limiting diagnosis, or simply finding that we are struggling with daily life and are unsure about how to feel better. These challenges can change us for the better: we may develop healthy coping mechanisms, address issues from our past, fine-tune our own life goals and figure out what truly matters in life. This journey can often feel isolating and overwhelming. The support that I offer with my background in grief counseling can be the lifeline that allows for healing and self-discovery.
(617) 381-4580
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Laurie DeGrappo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I view therapy as an active and collaborative process of working toward your goals. My number one priority is to provide you with the tools to get back on a path that feels genuine and life affirming. Trust, respect, confidentiality and compassion are prioritized. I want to help you break free from old habits, develop healthy coping skills, and find new ways to respond to life's challenging situations. Whether you are experiencing depression, anxiety, ADHD or have experienced traumatic events, the decision to seek help is a sign of great strength.
(267) 723-7522
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Melissa J Kaplan, Counselor  in Beverly
“I received my Masters in 2003 from Lesley University and my independent license in 2010. I have been working in the field providing individual therapy to adolescents and adults with a huge range of presenting concerns. I have significant experience with the GLBT population including adolescents facing gender identity questions. I have also worked extensively with survivors of trauma ranging from child abuse to domestic violence to street violence and beyond. My grounding in existential psychoanalytic therapy and training in various forms of cognitive therapy is particularly useful for clients experience anxiety of any sort.
(781) 754-6777
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Julia Griffin-Terner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC
“Stress presents itself to all of us - children and adults - as we navigate our daily lives. At times the stress can overwhelm our ability to cope and thrive. A therapeutic relationship offers you the opportunity to examine your present situation with someone who will not judge and who has been trained to help. The anxiety, depression, confusion or fear that lies underneath the problem can be identified and explored and skills can be learned, practiced and mastered which can change your relationship to the stress.
(978) 309-3338
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Ruth Conway, Counselor  in Beverly
“Most of us want to be in connection. We want to be known and acknowledged for our strengths and contributions and to be safely understood for our vulnerabilities. How can this happen? Supportive work in therapy brings that knowing awareness into play. We build trust; we listen more. Mutual respect replaces resentments, anger, and the defeat of resignation. There emerges readiness to experience comfort, ease in interactions, and confidence to handle life's situations with increased skill. Intimacy, vibrancy, and laughter naturally find a place again in our experience of each other and in the ups and downs of life.
(978) 827-0925
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Nancy D. Sieland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beverly
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MED
“I have over 15 years of experience helping children, adolescents, adults and families live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives. I have worked in a variety of therapeutic settings including community mental health, hospitals and schools specializing in treating depression, mood disorders, anxiety, ADHD, life transitions, stress management, relationship issues, parenting issues, behavioral management/modification techniques, pregnancy and fertility issues.
(978) 842-1911
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Abbie Loewenstein, Counselor  in Beverly
“I have over 6 years of experience as an counselor, including outpatient individual, family, and couples therapy, as well as crisis evaluations in the emergency room. I specialize in treating adjustment disorders, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I especially love working with children 6 and up, teens, and young adults. I practice Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) "Bunny Therapy" with two certified mini Rex therapy rabbits, Poppy and Pumpkin. I also consult with other therapists on the North Shore to make AAT accessible to their clients. I currently have space available in my private practice on Saturdays from 8-2 pm.
(617) 934-7072
Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
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