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Therapists in Newton

Leah F. Sherman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a seasoned therapist who has worked extensively with individuals, couples and families through both the typical struggles of life as well as serious life crises. In therapy,I help my clients to identify their strengths and develop resilience and resources in the face of their challenges.Trust and safety are the bedrock of our work, and I believe that my clients value the caring, respect and experience I offer. Our work together includes clarifying the issues that trouble you, determining achievable treatment goals, and exploring both the obstacles as well as the pathways to reaching your goals.
(857) 574-0971
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
Jeffrey Fortgang, Psychologist  in Newton
“Are you concerned about your drinking or drug use? Or about the addictive behavior of a loved one? Have you been struggling lately with depression or disturbing memories? I have been focusing on these kinds of issues, and helping people find pathways toward better lives, for many years, and I would be happy to consult with you. I promise you that I will listen carefully, and respectfully, and review a range of options and approaches in order to develop a therapeutic plan that suits your needs.
(617) 934-6361 x2
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Judith Levin, Psychologist  in Newton
“One of the great joys of my work is the opportunity to help people create lives with greater meaning and purpose. Many of my clients are dealing with the "normal challenges of living." I work collaboratively with them, and while their current circumstances may be quite difficult, they transform their suffering by developing greater resilience. Through our work, my clients learn to make problems more manageable, gain greater clarity regarding their feelings and needs, and improve their communication skills. They learn to make choices that move their lives in better directions.
(617) 682-9197
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Aaron J Luba, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I specialize in Adolescent, Adult and Family Therapy. I have extensive experience working with a wide range of clients varying in culture, income, religion and race. My practice incorporates a number of different clinical models, as I believe this is best practice when it comes to excellent treatment.
(978) 422-1010
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
John J Ciervo, Counselor  in Newton
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Counselor, CAGS, LMHC, CTS, CST
“I use an integrative (eclectic ) form of therapy and always begin with meeting the client where they are at. We then move forward developing a safe, therapeutic relationship. As we build upon this relationship the client will begin to recognize and interpret behaviors and patterns. The goal is a deeper development of the therapeutic relationship and build upon the connection. I challenge/encourage the client to make necessary life changes and recognize unproductive patterns that limit them from leading a full, happy life.
(617) 615-6930
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Sharona Halpern, Counselor  in Newton
“For the past twenty five years, I have been practicing psychotherapy with couples, families and individuals, addressing a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, life transitions, sexuality, trauma, loss and grief. My style is interactive, supportive and collaborative. My role is to help you discover your strengths and learn to build on them, leading to personal growth and change. Additionally, therapy is a place to explore what is preventing you from reaching your goals and living a better quality life.
(857) 919-1811
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Yael Chatav Schonbrun, Psychologist  in Newton
“I have over 10 years experience in helping couples with various relationship issues. My style is warm and welcoming, as well as solution-oriented. During my time as a therapist, I have helped couples build strong foundations for marriage through premarital counseling, and have helped provide relief to couples experiencing repetitive arguments, communication difficulties, sexual intimacy problems, co-parenting issues, and infidelity.
(617) 209-2648
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Newton Biofeedback, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
“I've been a practicing LICSW, for 28 years specializing in Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, Hypnosis, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for stress-related conditions, such as Migraines, Anxiety, Hypertension,Chronic pain, Weight loss, Insomnia and Tinnitus. Most people are unaware of ways in which our bodies react to thoughts and emotions.Your response to stress compromises your health and interferes with reaching personal goals.There is no need to suffer with painful symptoms. I can help you to stop using ineffective coping skills and begin learning successful skills to achieve your full potential in all aspects of your life: Family, career, finances, relationships, and health.
(617) 410-8525
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Ari Shesto, Psychologist  in Newton
“I believe that the goal of psychotherapy is to establish a sense of balance within your emotions, relationships, physical experience, and school or career paths. At the initial meeting, my clients describe a wide range of difficulties: anxiety, depression or ADHD. Parents may look for solutions to a child's school under-achievement, home conflict or social disconnection. In each situation, the wish is to live a more productive life, decrease suffering and foster a sense of fulfillment.
(617) 307-7795
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a clinical social worker working in the field of relational therapy for over thirty years. I believe that we are all hard wired for connection with others but that often experiences and traumas from the past interfere with one's ability to have healthy, growth enhancing relationships with others and with oneself. Using relational therapy, mindfulness and relaxation techniques, I work with people to enable them to find their way into healthy connection with themselves and with others in their lives.
(617) 606-9596
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
Katie Dobbin Binda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For over 20 years, I have been working with people whose lives have been impacted by cancer or other health-related concerns. Are you or your loved one coping with a new diagnosis? Or have you finished active treatment and wonder why you are now feeling emotionally overwhelmed? Maybe you are dealing with the psychological/physical issues so often experienced by long term survivors of cancer and other chronic illnesses? Or perhaps you need support as you struggle to cope with the death of someone close to you. Counseling can help as you face the many challenges that illness brings.
(617) 379-6476
Newton, Massachusetts 02465
“In my experience as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, I have attempted to help people struggling with emotional difficulties, compromised productivity, troubled relationships, and stunted creativity. Sometimes these difficulties yield to medications, advice, or short-term strategies. Sometimes they are the product of conflicts with a long history that result in frustrating repetitions that cost the patient time, pleasure, and fulfillment. Until these conflicts and feelings can be talked about they will show up as action and people will feel stuck and hopeless. Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can break this logjam and free the individual to choose their own course.
(617) 674-1945
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
Susan Elizabeth Aeschbach, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
“I work in a very collaborative way to help you to achieve your personal goals. The fit is essential and so I invite you to meet with me to see if the match feels right. In our initial meetings I will want to get an understanding of what is working well in your life as well as what is not working well. I will also obtain a history and after a couple of sesions I will share with you my assessment of you and your problems and will recommend a treatment approach that I think will be helpful.
(617) 500-1337
Newton, Massachusetts 02468
Margalit Eren-Rabinovich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“I specialized in couple/marriage and family therapy. I have over 30 years of clinical experience working both in Israel and in the US with culturally divers clients presenting wide range of clinical issues. I bring to my work a broad clinical background and a belief in people's potential to grow and change. I incorporate a range of therapeutic technicues, in an interactive and supportive approach designed to address each client's needs and personal style.For more information plese visit my website at https://www.margaliter.com
(857) 239-0129
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Aaron Rezendes, Psychologist  in Newton
“I provide individual psychotherapy for adults and adolescents. My theoretical and treatment orientations are largely eclectic, but emphasize a strengths-based approach that draws upon cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, and client-centered models. As each person is unique, I believe it is important to work with every client from a collaborative, pragmatic, and transparent approach that meets the individual needs of each client.
(617) 259-1895
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
Saul Rosenthal, Psychologist  in Newton
“Working from a health based model, I collaborate with clients to promote personal well-being and growth. My areas of specialty include managing medical conditions, anxiety, attention deficits and technology overuse. I have over 20 years of experience in cognitive behavioral therapy, biofeedback, neurofeedback and other evidence-based approaches. My goal is for my clients to discover how to optimize their lives and their potential.
(617) 648-5924
Newton, Massachusetts 02466
Irina Aguirre, Counselor  in Newton
“I know how difficult it is to make that phone call and admit that you need help. Because of my personality, education and experience, I am able to make people feel comfortable to finally open up to someone and to let me help them. The quality of the therapeutic relationship is more important than any theoretical approach and it is this relationship that I focus on nurturing and it is this relationship that keeps clients coming back through the years, when they encounter hardships.
(617) 446-3203
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
Mimi Rabinovitch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am an experienced therapist, having been in private practice for 20 years after 10 years in the Psychiatry Department at MGH. A good fit is crucial for a pleasant, successful therapy, so developing a flexible, resilient relationship as we start is primary. I am interested, empathetic, and communicative, and sometimes very humorous and fun. I combine psychodynamic and behavioral approaches -- psychodynamic to help people understand why they react, feel, and behave in certain ways, and behavioral to then use that understanding to change automatic reactions, old behaviors and no-longer-useful ways of seeing themselves and connecting to others.
(617) 209-2294
Newton, Massachusetts 02462
Sara W Brenner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a psychotherapist with expertise in addictions, chronic illness, and grief. I have 30 years of experience in working with adults undergoing life transitions, having problems in their relationships, or experiencing loss. I have a special interest in working with health care professionals, clergy, and adult children of alcoholics. In my practice I help people identify how their past experiences impact their present day functioning, and how self-defeating beliefs can be a barrier to moving forward and implementing positive change.
(617) 682-9010
Newton, Massachusetts 02458
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