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Therapists in Boston

David W Griffiths, Psychologist  in Boston
“I approach therapy with a client-centered, interpersonal stance to create a safe, non-judgmental, collaborative working relationship. My approach is holistic, taking into consideration all aspects of my client's life. I work with adults, from college age and up and use a variety of modalities and skills, tailoring treatment to what works with each client. I use both short-term, goal oriented approaches and longer-term, insight-oriented treatment as required. The ultimate objective is to assist clients in making changes they choose for improving their lives.
(617) 702-2465
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Ming Chang, Counselor  in Boston
“Working with a diverse group of people over the years has shown me that EVERY PERSON is a gem and each has what it takes to shine authentically and lead a joyful, wholesome life. At various times in peoples' lives, this powerful ability gets concealed, manifesting in a variety of psychological and interpersonal issues. The authentic person needs to be delicately revealed in the context of intricate circumstances.
(617) 514-0578
Boston, Massachusetts 02110
Madeleine Littman, Psychologist  in Boston
“The therapeutic relationship is deep and collaborative. Therefore, I treat each client with unconditional acceptance, respect and trust. I work with adults Individually, in Couples Sessions and in Groups.
(617) 723-7650
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
Eva Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MED
“I appreciate the feelings that go into making that first call, ranging from apprehension, determination, or crisis. Many of us have been at a place when we face something important in our lives, and we feel that we don't have the tools to deal with it. Therapy starts with the acknowledgement of the problem. Some therapy is about helping to gain insight into the origins of an issue, and finding ways to resolve it; some therapy stays focused on solving a specific problem. Some therapy spans through a couple of years, some reaches its conclusion in just a few months.
(617) 500-8134
Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Liza Berkowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe that therapy is a journey fostered by curiosity. It is a place for exploration, reflection, healing, and growth. Relationships are the building blocks for people's emotional lives, but often early relationships or experiences and traumatic events create pain or doubt about ourselves. We carry these experiences with us throughout the course of our lives, and they can impact the way we think, feel, and behave. Therapy is an opportunity to gain a greater awareness of why we struggle and to discover and explore the roots of our discomfort with a safe and supportive person.
(617) 431-2950
Boston, Massachusetts 02130
Linda C Monahon, Psychologist  in Boston
“Sometimes as we move through transitions in our lives, we may have difficulty making decisions. Feelings of anxiety or depression may develop as stress increases. My goal is to help people learn and establish more effective ways to deal with life's challenges, to live more fully.
(617) 573-9090
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Thierry Guedj, Psychologist  in Boston
“Dr. Thierry Guedj specializes in assisting busy professionals and executives with their most delicate personal and professional challenges. Typical consultations include strained relationships, work stress, career concerns, leadership dilemmas or child and family concerns. With close to two decades of experience helping people in a variety of roles and industries, including corporate, non-profit, healthcare and finance, Dr. Guedj offers top-notch psychological expertise either in-person or remotely (via Skype). You can now get full access to a highly qualified and trustworthy psychologist who understands your unique needs.
(857) 574-4893
Boston, Massachusetts 02111
Helen M Farrell, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“This exclusive Back Bay practice is client-focused with a tailored approach to meet every patient's unique needs. An award-winning Harvard psychiatrist, international speaker, and writer, I offer a premium service intended for busy professional adults who are looking to maximize results with a trusted physician. A board certified psychiatrist trained in therapy, patients can have one appointment for therapy and medications instead of splitting time and treatment between multiple providers. The office is conveniently located steps from Boston Commons, and its stunning views offer patients a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life.
(617) 765-2289
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Allison Miller, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist who provides therapeutic services to adolescents, adults, and couples. Using an eclectic model of psychotherapy, I blend the approaches of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused Therapy to develop an effective treatment approach that is tailored to each client's unique strengths and needs. My clinical interests in women's health, anxiety & mood disorders, complex trauma, and relationship issues are influenced by a belief that biological, psychological, and social factors create a combined effect on human functioning and illness.
(617) 259-1895
Boston, Massachusetts 02110
Melissa E Abraham, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist and work with women and men with struggles with depression, anxiety, relationship or family difficulties, work-life balance, problems with body image, food, or weight, and other problems. My practice includes adults of all ages going through transitions, people who would like to understand how their past affects them now, and people who are feeling stuck or overwhelmed. My goal is to help you address symptoms and problems that interfere with your life and relationships and cause you distress, and to help you gain more insight into yourself and your thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns.
(617) 584-2895
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
John Derbort, Psychologist  in Boston
“I liken psychotherapy with being a combination of private detective and sanitation engineer. Therapy is the process whereby you seek out truths and understanding, and throw away what isn't working. And then it's important to build something better. I think the goal of therapy is to have self-awareness and understanding that you approach the world in an authentic way. As a benefit, this creates happiness. I don't have all the answers, but I have a good idea what questions to ask. And that guides us to understanding and resolution to the problems you are seeking help for.
(617) 943-5572
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Toshie Suzuki-Diaz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Welcome! My main focus as a therapist is to provide an open and comfortable space for my clients; I believe fostering authenticity and the building of trust are essential for you to have a meaningful and satisfying therapy experience. My therapeutic approaches are insight-oriented and supportive psychotherapy as well as using solution-focused and problem-solving models. If appropriate, I incorporate mind-body-spirit (or Energy Psychology) techniques for stress reduction and perspective shift. Together, we will determine the intervention used based on your current needs and goals.
(617) 431-1887
Boston, Massachusetts 02110
Laura M Okin, Psychologist  in Boston
“My approach is guided by the belief that people face difficulties in life in part because of painful early experiences that give rise to feelings that often remain out of awareness. As a result, these individuals can become depressed and anxious. Often, they find themselves repeatedly engaging in self-defeating patterns and becoming involved in relationships that are ultimately unsatisfying.
(617) 904-9937
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
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.
(617) 682-9200
Boston, Massachusetts 02114
Laura Greve, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical health psychologist who specializes in treating adults, adolescents and children coping with anxiety, depression, chronic pain, stress, medical issues, mood disorders and difficulties adjusting to life changes. I integrate a variety of techniques and perspectives from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness based therapies, relaxation training, biofeedback, clinical hypnotherapy, and supportive therapy to create a treatment that is tailored to each individual. For more information please visit my website at healthpsychboston.com.
(617) 674-1106
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
“In my practice I strive to individualize our work to fit each client's, couples' or family's needs. My approaches include relational therapy, trauma focused treatment, mindfulness practices, affect and developmental understandings among others. I place high value in confidentiality and creating a "good fit". I believe strongly in safe, discussed, pacing of treatment through interactive work. I make strong commitments to my work with clients and value highly the unique needs of each individual. I have worked in this field for over 30 years.
(617) 229-6840
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Allison B Karthaus, Psychologist  in Boston
“In today's busy world, it's hard to find peace of mind. Many of us as a result, are overly stressed and experience negative effects of that stress, such as anxiety and depression. I believe that seeking help and opening up to another individual takes a great deal of bravery. Because of that, I have a tremendous amount of respect for the individuals I work with. As a counseling psychologist and registered yoga teacher, I approach mental health from a wellness perspective aiming to help clients find meaning and fulfillment in their lives.
(617) 379-3936
Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Jennifer Ragan, Psychologist  in Boston
“I received training through Harvard University and Massachusetts General Hospital in the treatment of Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Eating Disorders and ADHD. I continue to serve as a staff psychologist and supervisor at MGH part-time. The rest of my time is devoted to seeing patients in my private practice. I use the most up-to-date, empirically-validated treatments to help my patients achieve real results by reducing active symptoms and improving their quality of life. I offer daytime and evening hours.
(617) 607-4941
Boston, Massachusetts 02110
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.
(781) 996-0328
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Ruth G Dean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
“Psychotherapy enables people to overcome negative, repetitive patterns and make meaningful changes in their relationships and in their lives. Through self-reflection and insight and in the context of an accepting, and supportive relationship, people come to understand the ways in which they are stuck; they learn to break old patterns and expand their options. I am interested in working with clients who want to understand themselves better and address issues interfering with relationships and work.
(617) 326-3272
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
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