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Therapists in Jamaica Plain

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
David Friedler, LMHC, LLC, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“As a psychotherapist, I am continually committed to providing a safe and supportive experience for my clients. Using traditional and more current techniques I work to help people address behaviors which may affect interpersonal, relational and career challenges. All are welcomed in therapy to learn new ways to manage the obstacles to personal social and occupational wellbeing. I work with people around issues of depression and anxiety, couples conflict, and adjustment to work and stress.
(617) 390-8074
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Pam Mullins, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“Using the therapeutic process I can offer many things to people: empathy and a sounding board, other ways of looking at issues, and ideas about how to solve problems. In addition, I can help you feel more alive to your experience as paying attention to your inner voice can increase your capacity to feel and be present. I have been a therapist for over twenty years. I also have taught clinical practice for ten years to students earning their masters degrees in counseling and I provide ongoing clinical supervision for people who work in various settings.
(617) 682-9099
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
James M Barbaria, Psychologist  in Jamaica Plain
“After twenty-five years in practice, I have come to understand psychotherapy ultimately to be about personal emancipation and empowerment. When fully engaged, the therapeutic process enables us to connect to the core of who we are, helps free us to become who we truly can be and empowers us to develop a life most congruent with our deepest potentials, values and aspirations. Toward this end, what I believe the therapist provides is a distinctive relationship and process that allows the issues which have constrained such true self development and optimal personal flourishing to be constructively identified, addressed and transformed.
(617) 606-9237
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Ellen Rottersmann, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Many people come into therapy because they need support and guidance to move beyond a place that feels stuck or uncomfortable. Sometimes people are struggling with depression or anxiety that feels unmanageable. Other people enter therapy to enhance intimacy with a partner or to better understand sexual orientation or gender identity. I also work with parents dealing with a transgender child, adolescent or adult. Whatever brings you to therapy at this time, I will work with you to create a safe, compassionate place to explore your thoughts and feelings, increase your awareness and find relief from suffering.
(857) 574-0941
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Susan Bermon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Welcome! My practice is dedicated to a Family Centered perspective that people are experts in their own lives. I work in collaboration with individuals, couples and parenting families of all ages and orientations.
(617) 307-7867
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Robin Haas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Hello, I am so pleased you have reached out and decided to make a change. I have been in practice since 1997 with the primary focus of helping children, families, and adults recognize their full potential and to obtain absolute happiness. Happiness, a state of being that is unaffected by external circumstances. In our journey, you will work toward recognizing your own strength and making decisions for yourself, rather than having sadness, anxiety, grief, pain, or another person make decisions for you. You will come to live a life of freedom and empowerment.
(617) 874-1249
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
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
Devorah Steinberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My integrative approach is offered with compassion, warmth, openness and a sense of humor. Drawing from psychotherapy, yoga and mind/body traditions, I help clients with relationships, anxiety, depression, low self esteem, trauma, health challenges, addictions and spirituality. Together we co-create a safe relationship from which growth and change are possible. I truly enjoy the process of supporting my clients' growth and look forward to hearing from you.
(857) 239-0049
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Nicole Brucato Cooley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RDT
“Nicole is a licensed marriage and family therapist and registered drama therapist. She specializes in creative approaches to treatment for individuals, families, children and adults. Her main areas of competency include anxiety/depression, mood disorders, PTSD, and in general, just dealing with the instability of being. Nicole believes that everyone has the internal ability to heal oneself and overcome life's challenges through accessing inner sources of vitality and creativity. Therapy is the space that allows the cultivation of those inner resources in order to discover new ideas, realities, strength, flexibility and move toward greater health, happiness, and well-being.
(617) 858-6750
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
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
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
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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
Melissa Macnish, Counselor  in Jamaica Plain
“Melissa MacNish uses a relational, psychodynamic approach, as well as a variety of other theories and techniques, to support people through growth and change. She believes strongly in the power of the therapeutic relationship to create a safe space for people to explore patterns and the new possibilities that begin to emerge. She is grounded in an existential perspective and believes that collaboration, creativity, reflection and curiosity are fundamental to the therapeutic process and self empowerment. Melissa has post-graduate training in existential, object relations and family therapy.
(857) 363-3941
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
The Meeting Point, Psychologist  in Jamaica Plain
“It is a brave thing to seek out resources for healing and change. In my years of practice I have come to understand that the right therapy connection generates the power and possibility of cultivating our best selves. I work extensively with people who have survived trauma, redefined (dis)ability and come into LGBT community. I work with diverse relationship and family structures. I can help you identify what you most need and support you in building the strengths and resources to get it. In our work together we can create a space for you to survive and thrive.
(508) 455-5244
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
Jeremy J Desmond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Jamaica Plain
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My focus is to help clients address and manage life's challenges. I work with individuals, families and couples to develop better coping skills, insight, and improved interpersonal communication, leading to increased emotional health and happiness. I provide a safe supportive environment in which to explore your concerns and help you use your strengths to make positive life changes. I tailor my approach to my clients' needs and have seen my clients with a wide array of challenges make tremendous growth in all areas of life.
(617) 606-9256
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

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