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Therapists in Jamaica Plain

Amy Randolph-Couture, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“I will help you on your journey of emotional growth in an atmosphere of safety, warmth and empathy. I treat adults, adolescents, and families who are struggling with a variety of problems, such as depression, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, family problems, self-injury, substance use and issues of sexual orientation. I have seventeen years of clinical experience working with adolescents, children, and families in residential treatment, outpatient mental health clinic and private practice, and am trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I provide individual, family, and group therapy.
(617) 553-1922
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Chip Bradish, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“Warmth, safety and caring support the work I do to help my clients uncover their innate abilities to heal. For over 20 years I have counseled individuals, couples, families and groups and moved them towards greater compassion for themselves and others as they navigate life's difficulties.
(617) 934-0186
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Samara Grossman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“"It's never too late to be who you might have been." - George Eliot I see my role as primarily to create safety- with an open, non-judgmental, calm presence that seeks to allow others access to themselves in needed ways. I work part time at Brigham and Women's Fish Center for Women's Health and thus have experience working with women on issues across the life cycle (identity, relationships status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, birth, motherhood, adult children, aging). I also welcome clients from the LGBT, queer, non-binary and poly communities and provide a safe, non-judgmental space for those in these communities.
(617) 409-2773
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Anna Tarkoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am looking to work with people who are dissatisfied wih how something is going in their life, and motivated to make changes in order for their lives to improve. Besides listening and problem solving, I teach specific techniques designed to be applied as you go throughout your week, knowing that one hour a week together is a very short time. It is up to you to implement these strategies in order to reach your goals. If you're not quite there, we'll work together to figure out what's holding you back.
(617) 401-9349
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Andrew Seplow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy is about seeking balance and asking questions and looking for answers. Finding a balance between what we feel and what we know and a balance between the quicker emotional side of our mind and the more considered rational side are part of the process. Whether the questions are around interpersonal relationships, substance abuse, parenting, or career and motivation the answers will come only with this balance. My approach to therapy is about solving problems based on a relational and collaborative approach offering a supportive and sympathetic ear balanced with reality and solutions.
(617) 500-1478
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Linda Sklar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CertPsy
“I have worked in a variety of settings (mental health clinics, adolescent and family agencies, a college counseling center, private practice) and engaged in many different kinds of clinical training (social work, family therapy, psychoanalysis). These experiences, extensive travel, and my own pursuit of cross cultural interests have raised a number of recurring questions about human motivation. One central question has to do with what helps people overcome repetitive patterns of behavior that interfere with their having fulfilling lives. I work with each client as a unique entity, adjusting my approach to the particular needs of the person.
(617) 752-1912
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Marlo Pedroso, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Entering into therapy to better understand yourself, heal, and grow is rewarding and valuable to both yourself and society. As a social worker with 10 years of experience, I've had the privilege of supporting individuals, families, and couples in this process. No matter how much you may be suffering, there is more right with you than there is wrong with you. While diagnostic labels have their place, I prefer to focus on peoples' stories, experiences, and strengths. I have helped people who struggle with fear, sadness, loss, loneliness, relationships, confusion, and trauma. You are not alone.
(617) 390-7413
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Evelyn Dougherty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Welcome to the Boston Social Therapy Group. I'm Evelyn Dougherty and the director of BSTG. I've been practicing social therapy for 20 years. It's a powerful group therapy that has helped thousands of people transform their lives, creating new possibilities for themselves, their families, and their communities. Sometimes, we find ourselves in emotional pain and don't know how to challenge our circumstances, how we feel or those close to us. Social therapy can be very useful at these times to help you grow emotionally and create new choices.
(617) 446-3083
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Jessica Alvarez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“The journey through life is one that requires support, perspective, and self-compassion. Throughout this journey we are faced with traumas, and resulting symptoms of depression, anxiety, and relationship problems. As a therapist, I am committed to being attuned to my own emotional and spiritual growth in order to be more present for others. Inspired by Buddhist Psychologist Tara Brach, I connect with her teachings on developing compassion for self and others, and enjoy reveling in the reverberations this practice leaves on the soul.
(781) 328-4544
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Karen Enegess, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“I believe that the answers to people's problems lie within, and that I serve as a guide to facilitate the emerging of solutions. My approach is collaborative, strengths-based, and holistic, that is, I see you as a whole person, and believe in the interconnectedness of body, mind and spirit. I welcome those who are new to therapy and perhaps a bit skeptical or uncomfortable, in addition to those who may be quite familiar with the process. I try to create a safe, supportive atmosphere where acceptance and compassion play a role in the growth and healing process.
(617) 858-6825
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
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Counselor, MDiv, LMHC, LADC-, CGP, MEd
“I am experienced with working with children, adolescents, adults, families of all racial and ethnic backgrounds. I am an African American Male with over thirty years experience in mental health.
(617) 396-7440
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Ashley Anechiarico, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“To make the choice to be in therapy takes courage, and as your therapist, I am honored to be part of such an important step in your life. I am committed to working with you to create a safe, compassionate, and supportive environment in which to explore your challenges, and highlight your strengths. In my career, I have worked with individuals with diverse backgrounds and needs, with a particular focus on teenagers, young adults, families, and couples. My experience includes, but is not limited to, treating depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, addiction, and family stressors.
(617) 299-7221
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Liz Mcauliffe, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“I have been working for over 20 years to be there for clients. To meet them where they are at in thier journey and recovery. My focus is on your needs, goals, and best interest. I tailor my practice to help clients realize how to maintain those goals. I am an experienced clinician that works with clients struggling with substance abuse, domestic violence, GBLT, and self-esteem issues. I enjoy working with people and feel privileged to be able to experience thier journey of self discovery with them.
(617) 379-3940
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Suzanne M Hoffman, Psychologist  in Jamaica Plain
“I am described as warm, active, collaborative, authentic, present, and smart. My work integrates what I consider the best of many therapeutic approaches ~ relational and attachment models, Internal Family Systems therapy, EMDR, hypnosis, Sensorimotor (mind-body) Psychotherapy -- and the use of Buddhist-informed mindfulness and compassion practices as a path toward increased self-acceptance, self-regulation, and self-direction. Beyond all the skills and techniques I have acquired, however, whether I am the right therapist for you will depend on your experience with me. Will I earn your trust so that you can be fully yourself with me - with both your strengths and your vulnerabilities?
(617) 209-2079
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Nancy Louise Goldner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, PhD
“I have just independently published a book entitled, Living Solo: A Practical Guide To Life On Your Own. it is addressed to the ever increasing numbers of people who are "climbing the age ladder solo" the title of chapter 2). I work with people who are with partners and people who want a partner but I am especially interested in working with people who find themselves "circumstantially single," that is not with a partner even though this may not be how they expected life to turn out.
(617) 898-0308
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Francis Lee Stevens, Psychologist  in Jamaica Plain
“Dr. Stevens completed his internship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Rochester Counseling Center in 2010, where he worked with college students using relational based models of therapy, and rotated at the Psychiatric Emergency Department. Dr. Stevens then completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in 2011 at the W.G. Hefner Veterans Affairs Medical Center, in Medical Informatics. Dr. Stevens' clinical work consisted of neuropsychological evaluations, along with individual and group psychotherapy with veterans. At the Salisbury VAMC Dr. Stevens completed research involving the anterior cingulate cortex, a unique region of the brain located between the prefrontal cortex and limbic system brain areas.
(857) 203-0944
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Cigdem Kilic Betebenner, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“Unless you are a curious browser, I assume that you are here because you (or maybe your loved one) feel miserable and you want to change that. If this is the case, know that the help is possible! I believe this because of science, my professional experience and my own personal experience.
(617) 936-8917
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Carol Marks-Stopforth, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“Stress, anxiety and depression characterize modern day living; working therapeutically I can help you to reduce stress and make meaningful change in your life. The heart of my clinical practice is to provide clients with a continuity of human relatedness while self-change is taking place. I offer a warm environment that can facilitate a creative dialogue between internal and external reality. Uniquely relational yet still uniquely individual this is a space where conflict and its resolution can develop.
(857) 362-0936
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Teresa Spillane, Psychologist  in Jamaica Plain
“I feel that I work best with motivated individuals who are curious about themselves, their relationships, and the kinds of struggles which interfere with their fully enjoying their lives.
(617) 936-8258
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Shira Karman, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“In private practice for many years, at the center of my work is my empathy, warmth and clarity. The roots of my work are grounded in psychodynamic psychotherapy, body-centered psychotherapy and expressive arts therapy. With this foundation I can be ally and guide to clients addressing issues of loss, trauma, the challenges of relationship, work, creativity blocks, illnesses, adoption and parenting. I strive to create a sacred space with clients where the insight, safety and intention needed for change, growth and transformation are possible.
(617) 394-8957
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130

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