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Therapists in Cambridge

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
Jennifer Cardarelli, Counselor  in Cambridge
“I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques to help clients understand negative automatic thought patterns that contribute to low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and substance use. I strongly believe that clients are often victimized by their own thoughts, causing them to feel powerless about life situations. I encourage clients to "think about your thinking" by identifying strengths and refuting unhelpful (and often untrue) self-sabotaging thoughts to take back control of their lives. I view therapy as a collaborative process and enjoy teaming up with clients to help them reach their goals.
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Robin Ohringer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals.
(617) 648-9440
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
John T. Chirban, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I've worked with individuals, couples, and families for over 25 years, addressing problems with relationships, identity, intimacy and sexuality, spirituality, and health, in addition to general psychological issues. My approach to therapy is relational and person-centered, encouraging clients to consider the meaning life holds for them as we resolve specific issues. I serve as Director of Cambridge Counseling Associates and clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School where I am on the core faculty in psychiatry. In 2003, I was named 40th Anniversary Fellow at the Center for the Study of World Religions at Harvard University. See drchirban.com.
(857) 203-0549
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Danya Goodman, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Danya believes that the best therapy starts with a genuine, empathic and honest relationship. Her style is warm and at times humorous, and she incorporates different approaches from cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, client centered, interpersonal and psychodynamic therapies to flexibly meet your needs. By developing a true appreciation of her client's strengths and through working together, clients are able to learn about themselves and to begin to change. She enjoys working with people struggling with different aspects of their lives, from mood, to anxiety, to relationships. We all carry complexities from the past.
(617) 207-5506
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Douglas Orne, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Families for whom a child's behavior weighs heavily on the home find my skill set a welcome relief. I am the Psychologist with expertise in Family Therapy and Applied Behavioral Analysis. Active in approach, transparent in nature and collaborative in style, my practice will validate all it has taken for you to arrive at my door. Then begins the process of crafting a clear pathway towards a different home. Supporting individuals and families in acquiring and sustaining positive behavioral change is what I do best, be it in my Cambridge office or in the front room of your home.
(617) 606-3404
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Dorothy H Gampel, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I have many years of experience with a wide variety of life stories that have brought a person to the decision to seek help. The goal as I see it is to see what might need to be unraveled to find a healthier outlook. I listen a lot while you explain what brought you here, and together we look to see what will make it better. I usually use a mixture of psychoanalytic, behavioral and social thinking. I also recommend breathing, meditation, and sometimes books to read, but most of the work is done with our talking together.
(617) 652-0982
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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
Eleanor Kim, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Welcome. Sometimes symptoms knock at your door because there is no other way to 'tell' you that change is necessary. It's great you're listening. Clients find me warm and supportive, but also sophisticated in the use of interventions to facilitate a process of change. I am actively engaged and integrative in my treatment approach. The use of multiple methods allows me to focus on what works, rather than relying on one theoretical model. If you are interested, I am also able to incorporate skills training and hypnosis into the treatment as appropriate.
(617) 936-7283
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
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
Maya Hanelin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“We all need a safe and supportive place to feel heard, move through challenges, and develop insight. I support my clients in this therapy journey to embrace their strengths, integrate new skills, and be true to him or herself. Individuals come to me around many different issues including relationships, life transitions, anxiety, and depression. I also have a specialty in working with LGBT individuals.
(617) 701-7527
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Sumio Shinohara, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I specialize in child, adolescent, and adult mental health; often working with couples and families. I have diverse experience from working at Tufts University Student Health Service, elementary schools, high schools, and community health centers in Boston (including Riverside Emergency Services, where I provided psychiatric and substance abuse assessment, and counseling for individuals in crisis). My primary approach is eclectic with a mixture of psychoanalytic and humanistic counseling approaches. I acknowledge and cherish the importance of faith in religions and its role for the improvements of clients' mental health.
(617) 250-7361
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Amy Plante, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a clinical psychologist with expertise in working with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, and self-esteem. I work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals and natural supports, and provide compassionate psychotherapy tailored to your individual needs. My treatment focuses on helping people discover their inherent strengths and identify what in their lives they would like to change to find balance and wellness. My aim is to act as a guide to help people find their own personal motivation. I am located near the Alewife T Station in Cambridge MA with ample parking and handicap accessibility.
(617) 580-5352
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Michael Selva, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“Is anxiety holding you back from pursuing your dreams and living a full life? Is depression pushing you deeper into your own "cocoon", isolated from family and friends? Do you often lose your temper? Are you struggling with substance abuse or addictive behaviors (gambling, video games, online pornography)? I have successfully treated people with each of these problems. I have also worked extensively with people who suffer from chronic medical conditions including obesity, fibromyalgia, and IBS. I take a collaborative approach to psychotherapy, checking in during each visit to make sure we are making progress toward your goals.
(617) 229-6765
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Stephanie Erber, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I work with children, adolescents, and adults to resolve challenges related to anxiety, depression, eating disorders, relationships, and school/work adjustment. I offer a collaborative, empathic environment and an integrated approach that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, relational, and psychodynamic theories to help you and/or your child understand and change nonproductive thoughts and behaviors, expand emotional awareness, improve relationships, build self-confidence, and face the obstacles that are getting in the way of reaching life goals.
(857) 598-6025
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
Margaret Koepke Fox, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I provide individual and couples therapy for clients struggling with a full range of emotional and interpersonal concerns. My approach to therapy is collaborative, individualized and relational. Although my approach is primarily psychodynamic, I am adept at utilizing integrative techniques from other modalities when warranted.
(617) 934-8448
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Sally Weylman, Psychologist  in Cambridge
“I am a clinical psychologist practicing in the heart of Harvard Square, helping college students, adults and couples to live their lives more fully and happily. People describe me as a kind, welcoming, and thoughtful psychologist with a sense of humor and a practical and caring approach to psychotherapy. Over the past 20 years, I have worked privately and at local institutions, including Harvard University, Emerson College, Boston College, Tufts University, and Beth Israel Deaconess. My work helps people to address problems with worry, depression, mood, self-doubt, relationships, body image, or general "stuckness," directly and deeply.
(617) 354-1909
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Catalina Arboleda, Psychologist  in Cambridge
Psychologist, PhD
“As a Harvard educated and trained psychologist, with over 30 years of clinical experience, I am able to make a positive difference in people's lives. I'm a highly interactive and practical psychologist. I have a direct, active style that is solution-focused. I will help you make sense of your difficulties, make positive changes in your life and help you better manage whatever life history you have and the issues that are getting in your way. Building on your strengths, while giving you new tools to manage your difficulties is the essence of my work.
(617) 229-6914
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
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
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
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