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Therapists in Cambridge

Bob Childs, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“For over 20 years I have been providing patients with a safe space that is mutually created together through a trusting connection built to hold whatever you bring into therapy. My focus is on longer term therapy that is aimed at achieving real and lasting change in one's life. It is also my experience that once many of the initial issues are worked through, whether they are older emotional wounds or current relationship issues, that ultimately what will emerge are your own unique qualities that will allow you to flourish in all aspects of your life.
(617) 209-4613
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Adam Rosen, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My therapeutic approach combines the depth orientation of classical psychodynamic (insight oriented) psychotherapy with the more time-efficient aspects of cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness and internal focusing techniques. Patients describe my approach as both deeply comprehending and also a welcome shift from interminable "talk therapy as usual." If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, pessimistic thinking, bad habits or feelings of internal stress or emotional conflict, I am eager to help you (and/or your partner) find meaningful relief, better adaptation and a more mindful and compassionate understanding of your life, goals and relationships.
(617) 337-3195
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Jennifer Rein, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
“I am an experienced clinician and have been in clinical practice for more than 15 years. For the past 10 years I have worked with children, adolescents, and young adults coping with chronic medical disease. I also have extensive experience treating parents. My treatment modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy coupled with Motivational Interviewing. I am most interested in providing a safe, respectful environment for patients and families. I practice holistically and incorporate mindfulness and spirituality.
(617) 892-4011
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Kristin Semmelmeyer, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am an experienced clinical psychologist with over 18 years of experience in clinical practice. I have an empathic, non-judgmental style, and work to gently and clearly understand the feelings and experience of the person who is sitting in front of me. The basis for my work is psychodynamic therapy, a form of "talk therapy" in which the roots of present-day issues are identified by exploring earlier experiences that may be related. Through this processing of early experiences, emotional resolution of the experiences can occur. Through this therapeutic process, my patients live progressively happier, more contented lives.
(617) 410-8771
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Jeffrey Botman, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Are you in emotional pain? Questioning how much a therapist can help? Doubtful that talking about fears and failures can resolve them? If so, you are the client I want. I'll help you learn, grow, and solve problems -- big and small. Those problems may include: self-defeating habits, hurtful relationship patterns, overwhelming anxiety, or debilitating depression. Want a safe place where you are appreciated and your experience is validated? I do provide it. Need interpersonal understanding and wise guidance? I offer that, too. Want to mobilize inner resources? With my help, you will. You've suffered enough. Contact me.
(617) 420-7329
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
Julia J. Hale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Are you feeling stuck? Or like something is missing from your life and you can't figure out where, why or what? Do you feel misunderstood and like no one else gets it? I have extensive experience in guiding clients through answering all of these questions. While the decision to seek treatment can be daunting, it opens the door to self-preservation and the "taking back" of one's life. Together we repair and build upon the existing foundation from which you approach such questions while constructing your inherent "wholeness" which is not only possible to achieve but also sustainable.
(508) 630-3048
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Deborah Shilkoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“In my 30 plus years as a psychotherapist, I've heard many times: "I want to be happy, to feel peaceful inside myself, but I can't seem to get there" or "I feel badly telling my friends and family. I worry they get tired of listening to me." There are many reasons people feel stuck in their anxiety, depression, or relationship problems, and feel immobilized by them. Understanding what is causing problems can help you feel less stuck and immobilized, more at peace, and more self-confident.
(617) 506-3403
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Joseph M Schwartz, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a psychologist & psychoanalyst with more than 25 years of outpatient and hospital based experience. I provide individual and couples therapy for clients struggling with the full range of interpersonal and emotional issues that bring people into treatment. Active compassionate listening designed to get to the root causes of my clients' pain and suffering is at the heart of my work. I trained and worked at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts for many years and completed psychoanalytic training at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute where I am now on the faculty. Wit and warmth also come in handy.
(857) 574-0945
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Lisa Temple, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I have always been interested in people's experiences and how they view the world. As a therapist, I try to help my clients understand what is keeping them from reaching their goals and achieving the life they want. Sometimes this involves exploring early life influences and patterns in relationships. At other times it may involve learning new ways to cope with specific symptoms or daily challenges. I believe that therapy is a partnership in which we work together to help you accomplish these goals.
(978) 800-1249
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Life Changes Group, Treatment Facility  in Cambridge
“Life Changes Group is an integrative therapy, psychopharmacology, and consulting practice dedicated to providing the highest quality of psychological care for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Our friendly and experienced team of doctors offers the best, most evidence-based practices in the treatment of psychiatric illness, neurocognitive assessment, educational testing, and school consultation. Our clinicians focus on the integration of treatment, education, collaboration, and partnership to help individuals, couples, and families reach their goals and improve the quality of their lives. Our main focus is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and we are one of the few practices in the Boston/Cambridge area to offer specific, guided, and collaborative CBT support for clients of all ages and backgrounds. If you have suffered from a anxiety or depression, and have found the typical psychotherapy approach ineffective, our clinicians offer specific strategies to reduce your symptoms. We pride ourselves on using collaborative, research-supported models for returning clients to their normal levels of functioning, including cognitive reframing, stress-reduction (e.g., diaphragmatic breathing, meditation, progressive muscle relaxation), guided exposure, and biofeedback for understanding your body's response to stress. We combine compassionate listening and active intervention to produce lasting, life-changing results.
(617) 229-7445
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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
Victoria Selden, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I utilize a collaborative approach to psychotherapy which is influenced by and developed specifically for the needs of each individual. My style is relational and incorporates elements of both psychodynamic (insight oriented) and cognitive behavioral therapy (skill building), as well as mindfulness. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is central, and value establishing a strong connection and working together in order to achieve long lasting effects and personal changes. I have been described as warm, genuine, easy to talk to, and non-judgmental. I am experienced in working with adults, college students, and adolescents in a variety of settings.
(617) 294-5680
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Carol Antoinette Peacock, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I believe that therapy is a journey towards growth and change. As a therapist for nearly forty years, I’ve had the honor of sharing this journey with adults of all ages, as well as children and adolescents. Part of what makes therapy work is the “match” between therapist and client. My own style is supportive and interactive. In the beginning, I often help people make concrete action plans, to help them address their immediate pressing problem or crisis. I adjust my approach to meet each client’s needs. I create a safe space where people can begin to trust me and our work together.
(617) 858-0910
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Virginia R. Youngren, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“It's hard to generalize about effective psychotherapy because "the devil is in the details," by which I mean that the more specific, personal and tailored to the individual the therapy is, the more likely that it will help. Many patients are rightly skeptical about "quick-fix," "one-size-fits-all" treatments, but it is also problematic to be so skeptical that we believe that nothing works. In my 20+ years of experience, I have seen people make changes that reward them over time, and I believe in those changes.
(617) 702-2057
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Alistair McKnight, Counselor  in Cambridge
“"Some days you wake up and immediately start to worry. Nothing in particular is wrong. It's just the suspicion that forces are aligning quietly and there will be trouble." - Jenny Holzer. What starts as a small concern in our daily lives can quietly grow into something more troublesome. We put off getting help with the hope that "things will get better on their own," but sometimes they don't. My experience has taught me that the most difficult step to resolving any issue is most often the first.
(617) 446-3050
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Suzan E. Wolpow, Counselor  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LMHC, LRC, IFS-Cer
“In working together I will encourage you to find your own "clear voice" by connecting with your values, sorting out conflicts, and building strengths as well as by developing new skills. My clients describe me as an astute listener who provides them with a warm and grounded place in which to expand understanding and to learn new and practical approaches. Therapeutic work we do together will often result in your improved ability to unstick stuck relationships &/or find a satisfactory resolution, get unblocked and communicate more effectively, and make meaningful decisions that fit for you in particular.
(617) 575-9982
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Sara K Towsley, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I believe that the quality of the client-therapist relationship is central to meaningful change and growth in therapy. Working together, we will create a respectful, collaborative, and thoughtful space to address what troubles you. Individuals come to me around many issues, including depression and sadness, anxiety, interpersonal conflict and disappointment, life transitions, body image and eating concerns, grief and loss, and trauma. I work primarily from a psychodynamic (insight-oriented) perspective but draw from CBT and DBT based on individual needs or preferences.
(617) 934-7562
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Scott Bortle, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Often people who come to therapy have already been struggling for some time: a feeling or way of thinking, relationship concerns, feeling overloaded with work or school, a particular loss or trauma, or just a general sense that something is wrong. You may know what you need, or may be unsure if psychotherapy can help at all. This is where therapy begins. I will work with you to develop a plan of action; if we can't come up with a plan that works for you within our first few meetings, I will connect you with someone who can.
(617) 396-4363
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Jens Rybo, Counselor  in Cambridge
“The journey of life presents us with moments of confusion, fear, sadness, and anger, but also with times of clarity, joy, and peace. As a therapist, my role is to bring clarity and hope to this journey while emphasizing my clients’ strengths. To me, it’s an honor to work with men and women who are looking for new ways to deal with the challenges of life and to explore their possibilities and potential.
(617) 682-9255
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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