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Therapists in Cambridge

Laurie Ganberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“You deserve a therapist who will listen with compassion, help you uncover and build on your strengths, and find balance between acceptance and change. My approach is always collaborative and respectful, but tailored to your unique goals. I've had the privilege to work with children, teens and adults from diverse backgrounds and I truly enjoy providing individual & family therapy addressing a broad range of problems. One area of focus is supporting women - and their partners - through life's transitions: making decisions about family growth; pregnancy & postpartum emotional complications; traumatic birth experiences; and loss issues (including infertility, miscarriage, breastfeeding challenges).
(339) 225-4228
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Megan Chartier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Welcome to my page and thanks for visiting. I am a McLean Hospital affiliated clinician and I have over 10 years of experience working with children, teens, young adults and their families in variety of settings.
(617) 477-8273
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Jeff Waitkus, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“My goal in a collaborative treatment is to work with you to identify areas of need and to utilize your unique strengths to develop, rediscover or refine ways of managing the obstacles that impede your growth. In a warm and caring environment, we will explore your assets and skills to facilitate positive and adaptive change. Together, we will travel your path towards increased life satisfaction.
(617) 274-8402
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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
Madhabi Mistry, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a clinical psychologist with extensive experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults in outpatient, inpatient and residential settings. I trained in New York and Massachusetts in both psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavior, and motivational enhancement principles and techniques. I have been practicing in Massachusetts for nearly 10 years, bringing an eclectic orientation and flexibility to my work.
(617) 379-3576 x5
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Susan Broner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“During my 40 years of practice it has been my privilege to listen to the stories of people with a wide range of concerns. I strive to engage with clients in a warm, genuine fashion. I am an active listener and work collaboratively with people to understand and resolve their problems. I have an aptitude for finding resources and enjoy helping others get pointed in the right direction.
(617) 497-9267
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
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
Richard L Colbath-Hess, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Do you feel stuck? Anxious? Perplexed about finding your place in the world? I have 20 years experience working with individuals and couples on these issues. We all need different things in therapy to work through difficult issues. I am well versed in many theories, including EMDR, cognitive/behavioral, psychodynamic and family systems approaches. In a supportive atmosphere, I will get to know you, emphasize your strengths and resources, and then we will find the best way to address the concerns you bring with you. We will use what works for you sprinkled with a good dose of creative humor.
(617) 702-2651
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Peter Botteas, Counselor  in Cambridge
“The injuries of the past, ranging from insult and humiliation to abuse, violence, and loss, can leave us with painful wounds and profoundly influence how we move through the world, relate to others, and regard ourselves. Through a collaborative approach and an integrated view of mind, body, and spirit, I accompany my clients on a journey of exploration, growth, and healing, using various therapeutic modalities, including EMDR.
(617) 433-7531
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Mark Davila, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Hello. Together we'll consider the experiences you've had so that we understand how you have arrived at this point in your life. This understanding, coupled with learning to experience the wide array of feelings that your life has brought you, are our aims. This work heals emotional pain, deepens relationships, and changes troubling behaviors. Through the work of therapy, my clients describe fuller and more satisfying lives and I have seen it bring them greater peace of mind. If you're curious about my therapeutic background, I am trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy (talk therapy) and in using EMDR.
(617) 858-6421
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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
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
Theresa Thompson, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I believe whole-heartedly in my clients' abilities to heal, and we work collaboratively to set intentions and meet goals. My work connects people with their strengths, their creativity and with their internal healing systems so that they can make the kinds of changes they want to make. I believe in teaching others valuable tools that transform their lives. My clients utilize the tools they learn in our sessions to create more peace and joy in their lives.
(617) 294-5821
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Marni Tapscott, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I work with adolescents and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, difficult moods, ADHD, low self-esteem, panic attacks, relationship problems, work and school related stressors, loss and life transitions.
(781) 694-1149
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Abigail MacDonald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals and couples, creating a warm and welcoming environment for the work we do together. I provide guidance and support as my clients explore their current struggles or history. My areas of specialty include working with people coping with depression, anxiety, family or marital conflict, postpartum depression and infertility.
(617) 934-1657
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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
Christer Larsson, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“If you, or someone close to you, are struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD or another psychological problem, I may be able to help you. I am a licensed Psychologist with a wide range of experience working with children, adolescents and adults. I provide an engaging and interactive psychotherapy with the clear goal of reducing the depression, anxiety, or other difficulties that you want to be free from. In a cognitive-behaviorally focused approach we define your goals and develop a treatment plan for reaching those goals. This therapeutic approach can best be described as collaborative, cognitive-behavioral, strength-based, mindfulness-based and goal-oriented.
(857) 230-0421
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Lynn Chosiad, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a licensed psychologist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In addition to working with clients who struggle with disordered eating and other weight and body image disturbances, I have extensive experience treating anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, relational issues, grief/loss, trauma, and family, career, and educational issues. I work with adults, couples, families, and adolescents. I bring an eclectic approach into the room: while formulating cases psychodynamically, I regularly use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (CBT, DBT) skills.
(617) 394-1968
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Ayelet Barkai, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
“People are often unaware of, and frustrated by, the emotional and relational roadblocks that repeatedly thwart them. I work with you to clarify and understand these issues and their origins, to help you effect positive change. I believe that the self-understanding that catalyzes such change is best reached by cultivating a psychotherapeutic relationship in which compassionate, honest and constructive communication can occur. I strive to create an environment that encourages the development of empathic and reflective self-awareness, recognizes and fosters resilience, and promotes the achievement of your full potential.
(617) 440-3237
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Jennifer Cardarelli, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) techniques to help clients understand the connection between thoughts, feelings and behaviors. I empower clients to take control of their lives by identifying and utilizing their resources and strengths, both internal and external. I view therapy as a collaborative process and enjoy teaming up with clients to help them reach their goals.
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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