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Therapists in Newton

Rachel Deena Levenson, Counselor  in Newton
“I believe that therapy is most effective when there is a warm, supportive relationship between the therapist and child or teen. Does your child suffer from anxiety, trouble getting along with peers, depression, or behavioral problems? Therapy can help you child strengthen and learn new skills to address these concerns.
(617) 300-0547
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Caitlyn Chappell, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
“I am a licensed independent clinical social worker. I received my Master of Social Work at the University of Buffalo in upstate New York. Prior to that, I received my Bachelor of Science studying Human Development and Family Studies at The University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. Throughout my professional career, I have worked with children, adolescents and adults. I have had experience working in the schools, hospitals, as well as in the community. I enjoy working with clients of all ages and the systems within the community each of my clients interacts with.
(781) 780-6583
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
David Jay Weiss, Psychologist  in Newton
“You are calling because you want help, relief, and improvement as soon as possible. I have 35 years of experience specializing in individual therapy, marriage/couples counseling, and sex therapy. Using an integrative approach, we will develop a clear articulation of your problem and a clear plan to get more out of life. We will use techniques addressing anxiety, depression, sexual issues, ineffective communication, self-defeating patterns, feelings of hopeless or sadness. You may know what you are feeling, but not the solution. My job is to relieve suffering and enhance your wellbeing and your relationship with others.
(617) 466-9972
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, MS, LMFT
“I have worked with individuals, couples, and families for over 20 years in Iran and in the United States. My focus of treatment is relational issues. I am a PREPARE/ENRICH certified assessor which is a very useful instrument in helpling pre-marriage couples to decide on their marriage and/or the married couples to determine the areas of their relationship which they need to work on. I am open to work with any population, but I am well competent in working with Middle Easterns, Muslims, immigrants, and especially Iranian individuals and families. Relationships could always be improved, start today!
(857) 401-8099
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Marina Livshits, Psychologist  in Newton
“Do sadness and anxiety fall heavily on your shoulders? Do you feel like something is holding you back from living your life to the fullest? Do your relationships feel less satisfying? Are you looking for a therapist who can help you move forward in life, somebody who can be a trusted guide in your journey to a greater meaning and harmony in your life? You have come to the right place! Together we can examine those barriers to positive mood, self-actualization and happiness so that you can make necessary changes in your life.
(617) 300-0534
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Ryan Gazzola, Psychologist  in Newton
“In a therapeutic space that is authentic and genuine, I will work collaboratively with you to cultivate a deeper relationship with yourself. Together, I am hopeful we can explore, understand and discover the inherent strengths that you possess, and more importantly, how to use them. This may come in the form of increased relational satisfaction, greater sense of purpose and life meaning or just getting off the couch! Wherever your destination, it would be a pleasure to walk with you on the journey. I work primarily with adolescents and adults who have concerns of depression, anxiety, relational and adjustment issues.
(617) 936-8978
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Heidi Wells, Psychologist  in Newton
“Finding the right therapist is different than finding a doctor or dentist. I believe finding the best fit for you is crucial to successful therapy. In our work together it is vital that you feel safe and understood. I am honored to share this experience with my clients, to be there through laughter, tears and everything in between. It is important to create an atmosphere where you can explore yourself, your relationships, and how you might best effect change. It is through this process that you are able to transform uncomfortable situations into learning experiences, finding peace and joy.
(207) 747-3966
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
“By the time a client comes in for therapy, he/she has already made many attempts to change that have not been optimally successful. I first try to find out what has/hasn't worked, so we do not go over old ground. There are many ways to change, and I work with people to find what way will work best for them with this particular problem at this particular time. A major strength I bring to my therapy practice is training and experience in many different "schools of thought" including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and client-centered.
(857) 239-0096
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Brent Levinson, Psychologist  in Newton
“I've been doing therapy for over 30 years, always trying to listen as closely as possible to the feeling experience of the client and helping the client to put his/her understanding in perspective. I am an eclectic therapist, integrating some of the most powerful features of insight-oriented approaches, while at times also using cognitive-behavioral strategies. I tend to be an active therapist, and I try to help the client who is "stuck" in a rut.
(617) 964-7654
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Richard L Phillipps, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LADC, MPH
“For 40 years I've been helping people overcome obstacles that seem insurmountable. I have special expertise in substance abuse, mindfulness-based therapy and emotional issues related to physical illness. My background in both Public Health and Social Work enables me to help people with combined social, emotional and health problems. I'm a strong advocate for family and community support when acceptable to my clients.
(617) 440-7138
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Lynn K. Cooper, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a very experienced, board-certified clinical psychologist who truly enjoys the process of therapy in changing lives. In the many years I have been a psychotherapist, I have had the opportunity to work for people with many different kinds of struggles. My clients see me as dedicated, persistent, knowledgeable, and caring. I am committed to finding the best ways available of helping clients who come through my office door, and if I can't provide a needed service, I pride myself on making appropriate referrals to other sources of help.
(617) 702-2349
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Annique Caplan, Psychologist  in Newton
“I am a psychologist who began my career as a dancer and then became an expressive therapist, which grounds my treatment in both psyche and soma. I love working with couples around relationship issues and sexuality. My work is both psychodynamic and cognitive, drawing on the integration of logic, philosophy, and emotion. The most crucial component of successful treatment is a good sense of humor. I work to create a safe space for exploring any emotion or pattern, no matter complex.
(617) 850-5233
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Susan Ryerson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Being a child or adolescent is hard enough. If your child or adolescent is also struggling with emotional issues such as anxiety, depression and grief or has learning issues such as ADHD; life can feel overwhelming. Finding the right help when problems become too much to handle alone can be life changing. My work with children and adolescents focuses on instilling new hope, possibilities and increased self-esteem so that life can be productive and fun. In addition, I also offer help to parents of these wonderful and, at times, challenging children. I am available for couples therapy and parenting support.
(339) 224-5136
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Joel M Eichler, Psychologist  in Newton
“I work with clients about their relationship issues. Sometimes this involves problems with partners, parents, siblings, or children and sometimes this is about the relationship a person has with him/her self. The lack of meaningful/successful relationships is often a factor in people seeking therapy. The ensuing symptoms may be in the form of anxiety or depression. I like to meet with the people involved in the relationship problems, although the therapy often starts with a series of solo appointment. I view initial meetings as a consultation to check out the goodness of fit between a person's needs and my professional skills.
(617) 600-6490
Newton, Massachusetts 02467
Donna Weintraub, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hello and welcome. If you are struggling with change, I would like to help. Over the years, I have become particularly interested in the process of healing childhood trauma. I provide a safe and supportive environment to explore past hurts, grieve unmet needs and find strength to move forward in life. The therapeutic relationship is a "container" in which healing can occur.
(857) 277-7413
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Jennifer L Harter, Psychologist  in Newton
“I provide individual and family psychotherapy to children and adolescents struggling with a range of mental health problems, including anxiety, mood, attentional, and impulse control disorders. I am an experienced clinician and have a supportive and caring style that allows me to develop a strong alliance with the children and teenagers that I treat. Within the context of the therapeutic relationship, I help clients to gain a better understanding and acceptance of their unique strengths and challenges, and to make the important changes necessary for improved behavioral and emotional well-being.
(617) 607-4812
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Astrid H. Hildebrand, Counselor  in Newton
“Reclaim what you want in love, life, and work! Are you worried and unhappy, feeling discouraged by setbacks and disappointments? You would like for people to do more of some things and less of others, and you feel sad and dejected. Failure is painful and demoralizing, often perpetuating a cycle of criticism, rejection, anxiety and guilt.
(857) 777-5608
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Cuneyt Iscan, Psychiatrist  in Newton
“I provide individual psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in my practice for number of years besides provision of psychopharmacological treatments. I believe my experience with therapy helps me provide more balanced approach between these options. I hope to provide a safe environment for the individual that I am working with to explore various options to address issues at hand. I bring my experience of years and I like to understand fully my patient's view of his or her challenges. I value mutual work and agreed upon goals and approach. Please feel free to contact me to discuss your treatment needs.
(508) 744-6166
Newton, Massachusetts 02460
Sherry Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have extensive experience working with addictions, anxiety, self-esteem, relationship issues, money issues, career issues and body image. My interactive, insightful style is direct, perceptive, spontaneous and sensitive. Authenticity in collaborating with clients deepens the therapy experience, thereby offering opportunities of growth. I am trained in psychodynamic, relational, mind/body and multi-theory therapy. I believe that self-awareness & self-care along with stress management skill building are keys to healthy living. My clients tell me they find me easy to talk with and that they feel helped by our work together.
(617) 379-6722
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Roger F Abdell, Psychologist  in Newton
“Personal growth and development are natural outcomes of resolving earlier emotional struggles and traumas. Resolving small and large traumas in life are central to my approach to psychotherapy. The traumatic experiences of childhood inescapably leave their mark on our adult lives. Just as there is a biological drive for the body to heal, so too is there an emotional imperative to heal the wounds garnered in living our lives. I understand that we all hold the keys to our own growth and development if we are effectively understood and nurtured.
(617) 409-0882
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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