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Therapists in Cambridge

Melissa A Peterson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have many years of experience working with adolescents, adults and families in both short and long-term treatments for a range of emotional and interpersonal concerns. My approach is compassionate, non-judgmental, collaborative and integrative-- drawing from different theoretical frameworks to understand the root of one's distress and from different treatment models to best tailor a treatment. I believe that therapy is most effective when a strong, trusting relationship is formed between therapist and client.
(617) 945-8747
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Patricia Lotterman, Counselor  in Cambridge
“Are you struggling with feeling connected in relationships? Do you feel "not good enough"? Do you think you don't even know HOW to have fulfilling relationships? I can help. I work with individuals and couples to improve self esteem, communication skills, and the quality of their relationships; whether with a significant other, spouse, child, sibling, ex-spouse,etc. If you are alive, you have relationships. Are they good? It can be especially challenging to maintain healthy relationships and self esteem if your are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, a high pressured job, or a recent loss.
(617) 446-3152
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Yoko Harumi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Do you feel overwhelmed when facing the obstacles in your life? Have you tried to find ways to help yourself, but no matter what you do, things are not getting better? Therapy can help you find new ways of dealing with the challenges in life that have become too much to handle alone. Every person has a reservoir of strength inside. Through compassionate, supportive therapy, you can connect to your strengths to develop new ways of dealing with problems and difficult feelings, relationships, and transitions.
(617) 420-7659
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Jessica Slavin Connelly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hi, thanks so much for taking an interest in my practice. It takes great courage and awareness to come to the decision to reach out for support. I strive for your experience in our work together to feel immediately comforting, meaningful, real, and effective in getting to the heart of your core concerns. I work from an integrative framework in a warm and interactive environment, drawing from holistic, cognitive, and psychodynamic influences to help people to reclaim a sense of choice and authorship in their lives.
(617) 752-2945
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Susan Lambe Sariņana, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a clinical psychologist with over a decade of experience working with youth, adults, and families. My aim is to provide a supportive and collaborative environment to help clients coping with issues such as relationship challenges, academic- or job-related stress, and life transitions. I help clients draw upon existing strengths to reduce distress and more meaningfully engage in their lives.
(617) 934-4688
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
“As a practicing psychiatrist who has completed training in adult, adolescent and child psychiatry I do not believe there is an "ideal' patient. Each person comes with unique life experiences and concerns that require individualized assessment and treatment. During my 25+ years of private practice I have developed a commitment to providing patient-centered treatment and a capacity to work with individuals throughout the life-cycle in whatever manner or circumstance they are challenged. No medication prescription unless part of individual psychotherapy with me.
(617) 945-8127
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Peter V Kelsey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I've found that traditional psychotherapy, addressing issues with words, has not been the most effective approach for some of my clients. As a result, I trained to provide bio- and neurofeedback as a way to help those clients resolve a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, sleep disorders, breaking bad habits, as well as stress management, hypertension, and peak-performance. While talk therapy will always be a part of any work I do with clients, the addition of these new modalities often speeds up progress and yields lasting results.
(617) 830-2637
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Abigail McNally, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Dr. Abigail McNally is a licensed psychologist in private practice in the heart of Harvard Square with 10+ years of clinical experience. Trained in psychoanalysis, psychodynamic therapy, and psychotherapeutic integration, she specializes in long-term, intensive treatments with individuals looking to make deep and lasting changes in the ways they approach love, work, and play. With a warm, compassionate, flexible, and integrative approach, Dr. McNally's work reflects utmost respect and humility for the complexity of the human condition. She works with adults, adolescents, and couples, and also provides supervision and consultation.
(617) 307-4791
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Jonathan P Hall, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My primary goal for psychotherapy places an emphasis on developing a strong, empathic, and collaborative therapeutic relationship with my clients, as I believe this is essential in facilitating the process of change. Through working with my clients to explore sources of emotional conflict, effective strategies to cope with life's various stressors are developed, thereby enhancing personal growth. Whether it is coping with life transitions, sources of anxiety or depression, relationship issues, or health concerns, I strive to help my clients overcome the obstacles that have impeded upon achieving their life goals.
(617) 674-1497 x304
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Jasen L Boyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Do you have concerns about your substance use? Are you worried about a loved one with a substance use problem? Are you in recovery & looking to make changes in your life regarding your relationship with substances? Many of my clients are parents, siblings, spouses or concerned significant others (friends, coworkers, etc) with a primary concern about someone else's well-being. Other clients I see are looking for a therapist who will meet them where they are in trying to change their substance use or assist them in their individual recovery process.
(617) 396-7334
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Donna Torney, Counselor  in Cambridge
“If you are feeling depressed, anxious, or isolated, trust that regaining balance is possible. Even the healthiest individuals can struggle to maintain physical, mental, and emotional balance but anxiety is not a requirement for success in work, academics, or relationships. In a judgement-free and solution-focused environment, we'll work together in helping you to find a sense of happiness and contentment by looking at habits of both mind and body that are getting in your way.
(617) 390-7816
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Allison Berger, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I worked for 11 years as a clinician and Program Director at McLean Hospital, specializing in trauma and related disorders, treating diverse patients. I have deep respect for clients' painful struggles as well as their strength, resilience, and capacity for growth. My approach is fundamentally gentle and compassionate, but change cannot happen passively. Are you curious about yourself and wish to understand how your past informs present relationships, emotional experience, and behavior? Join me to build insight and coping strategies, reduce the overwhelming impact of your symptoms or history, and build a more empowered, satisfying life.
(617) 855-7663
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Sara Noone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Are you feeling overwhelmed by life? Do you feel that you are caught in a cycle that you are struggling to break out of? Do you have the desire to make changes in your life, but do not know how to start and where to begin? The decision to seek a therapist is not often a choice people come to easily and it usually comes after a period of serious discernment. Therapy can be a journey of self discovery and it takes much courage and hard work.
(617) 294-5635
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Menekse Alpay, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
“I work with individuals who have anxiety, depression, mood disorders, insomnia, relationship problems, trauma history, medical illness, neurological illness and/or individuals who are helping family members with these problems. My experience over the last 20 years in psychiatry has shown that medications are helpful but do not take care of all problems in life. I offer combined psychiatric treatment with psychodynamic, psychoanalytic, cognitive therapies and life coaching in addition to medication treatment depending on your needs. I do not provide split treatment. I did my Psychiatric Residency at Georgetown University Hospital and fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School.
(617) 794-2197
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Paula S Fuchs, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative, supportive and enpowering. Whether you are in crisis over a recent loss, finding the courage to seek a fresh perspective on long-standing difficulties or wanting to make your life more meaningful and fulfilling, I would like to help you to define and meet your goals. Clients find me to be warm, engaging and easy to talk to. I combine deep exploration with a focus on behavioral change, depending upon your needs and preferences. I am committed to creating an open and trusting relationship where you feel free to speak your mind and understand the therapy process.
(617) 500-1494
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Jennifer Ellwood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LiCSW
“Psychotherapy provides a way to feel less stuck in patterns that contribute to anxiety, depression, and other kinds of unhappiness. I am interested in helping you to identify and address the core issues that interfere with relationships and work. My style is active and engaged.
(617) 874-1969
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Robert Weber, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“If you are a baby boomer, ages 50 to 68, and wish to address the transitional challenges that accompany this time of life, then I may be the therapist for you. Together we will explore and seek answers to the physical, psychological, emotional and relational issues you are facing. Known as the generation of seekers, the spiritual dimension has also been important to us baby boomers, so, our work will incorporate and integrate the spiritual as well as the psychological if you like.
(617) 860-3501 x3
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Amy Matias, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“I am a psychotherapist and a biochemist and utilize both aspects of my training in my treatment approach. I have ten years experience working with individuals, couples, and groups in the areas of trauma, sexual abuse, addiction, relationship issues, and life transitions. I believe that effective therapy addresses emotional concerns while taking active steps to move forward. I have a collaborative and compassionate approach that helps people move through painful feelings and gain concrete tools for managing symptoms that may get in the way of having the life they want.
(617) 337-3264
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
David Goldfinger, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My practice is devoted to helping people overcome challenges and live with a greater sense of personal agency. The process requires an openness to examining habitual patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior that - while once adaptive - may now be limiting growth, hindering relationships, and causing anxiety or depression. My approach is active and engaged. In addition to providing individual therapy, I also specialize in working with couples and leading groups.
(857) 239-0019
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Julia Gefter, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a licensed psychologist in Massachusetts. I received my PhD in Clinical Psychology from Suffolk University, and completed my training at Princeton and a VA hospital. I have six years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and couples with complicated backgrounds and situations. I view therapy as an active and collaborative process of working towards goals. My style is warm, empathic, practical, and humorous when appropriate. I genuinely care about my clients' concerns and goals, and work to help them gain not only relief, but also the ability to live as fully and happily as they wish.
(617) 396-7146
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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