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Therapists in Waltham

Roberta Caplan, Psychologist  in Waltham
“I am experienced at helping individuals and couples who are dissatisfied with or want to improve their relationships, work, family life. Grief and loss, life transitions, couple issues (such as planning marriage, conflict, infidelity, separation/divorce),the impact of illness, impaired family members, parenting, anxiety, depression, self-defeating patterns call for an ally to help you find your strengths and work toward the change you seek. My approach is warm, collaborative and respectful. I provide a safe, relaxed atmosphere so that my clients are free to talk about their dilemmas, begin to resolve them and feel better.
(781) 451-3090
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
Christine Wolff, Psychologist  in Waltham
“Welcome to my practice. I try to make the therapy fit the client, not vice versa, so use a variety of techniques and create a safe, accepting, understanding atmosphere in which to explore your concerns. I work with many different types of clients and problems from varied backgrounds, and enjoy the diversity.
(781) 891-4452
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
Nick Forti, Psychologist  in Waltham
“Through the course of a day, we all play multiple roles. Sometimes those roles can become restrictive and rigid, even inauthentic, as anxiety, depression, or shame cause us to feel less and less able to share ourselves honestly with those around us. For some, the trusting relationship created in therapy offers one of the few places where hiding is no longer necessary and one's whole self can be acknowledged without judgment, without shame. Together, we will create an environment conducive to the exploration of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that lends to greater self-understanding, new perspectives, and lasting change.
(781) 333-5038
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
Meg van Bael, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I have worked in the mental health field for over 20 years and as a licensed independent clinical social worker (LICSW) specializing in counseling older (over age 60) adults for the past 6 years.
(781) 336-4573
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Karen S Patrick, Psychologist  in Waltham
“I approach psychotherapy as a genuine collaborative relationship that involves an interest and good 'fit' between client and therapist. My style is relational and interactive engendering an atmosphere of safe and open communication. I combine theoretical frameworks with practical formulations to give you effective strategies and coping skills to deal with your presenting issue(s) and concerns.
(781) 352-0732
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Patricia Hunt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Good therapy should result in real life changes, not just increased self-awareness in the therapy office. People are seeking understanding, and guidance. My best work comes when there is mutual respect and an openness to learning. Everyone feels better when they find out they are not 'crazy' and there is an explanation for what they are feeling and thinking. I tend to be active in my work, because people come because they want feedback, not silence. My style is eclectic, meaning I will use many techniques to reach the goal, and the challenge will extend past my office door.
(781) 422-8360 x3
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
Andrew Hahn, Psychologist  in Waltham
“My ideal client is someone who's interested in both healing and growth, who is goal oriented, and knows that how we make sense of things is fundamental. The symptoms about which we suffer are also an invitation to remember what we couldn't handle so that we heal and grow. I'm best suited to treating you where you're stuck, be it physical (like chronic pain, auto-immune), mental (like anxiety), emotional (like depression), relational (partners, children, parents, people you work with), and spiritual (like alienation). What makes my work unique is it's remarkably efficient and effective.
(781) 328-0376
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Jessica Foley, Counselor  in Waltham
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“Sometimes it's really hard for us to ask for help-especially when you're a strong, independent woman. Psychotherapy is a great way to reach out, learn more about yourself, and grow through any challenges you might be facing. I am a 'Daring Way(tm)' Facilitator as well, and use this cirruculum in both group and individual settings. 'The Daring Way(tm)' is based on the work of Brené Brown, Ph.D. 'The Daring Way(tm)' helps us live braver, more wholehearted lives.
(617) 877-0071
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
“JF&CS offers services to people of all backgrounds. Our mental health staff are experienced clinicians from the fields of social work, psychology, and psychiatry. Our approach to counseling is based upon a thorough evaluation and mutually agreed upon goals for change. We believe that a caring, respectful relationship with a counselor can be the foundation for meaningful personal change and the improvement of troubling symptoms. Our clinicians can help you develop insight, build better coping skills, learn relaxation techniques, and/or apply cognitive approaches so that you will feel better and be more capable of moving forward in your life.
(781) 536-5195
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Timothy William Leahy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Rights of Passage is a private practice in a beautiful, easily accessible and quiet location with free parking. My practice supports work with individuals across all backgrounds, couples, and family units. I have over 30 years of clinical experience and have developed a particular expertise at helping my clients move upwards through life crises and transitions. These have included: adolescent transitions or parenting of troubled teens, separation in a relationship, divorce, habituated marital conflict, loss of a loved one, medical trauma or job/career related stressors. Call or e-mail to set up an initial phone consultation.
(781) 691-5166
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Diane A Cohen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I seek to create a safe and nurturing environment which supports healing and growth. I have an eclectic approach that is tailored to each individual client and what feels most helpful in the moment. I make use of Psychodynamic insight oriented psychotherapy, CBT, the Expressive Arts, Focusing, Relaxation Training and more, within a Holistic/Mindfulness and Strength-Based approach. I work with adults and children. I support adults through: life transitions, grief, relationship struggles, women's issues, anxiety, depression, caregiver stress, being an adult child of an alcoholic or other dysfunction, young adult identity issues, stress management and more. I am LGBT friendly.
(617) 440-3505
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Sarah Keniston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“If you are anxious, depressed, overwhelmed and wish you could start enjoying your life, I can help. As a therapist, I take an active role and will not only listen carefully, but will also offer feedback and suggestions. I respect that you will know what suggestions to accept, and will help you to find the patience to try things a few ways if that is what it takes. I offer a supportive, caring environment where together we can find your strengths and change the patterns or situations that have been causing you to be unhappy.
(857) 230-0879
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Sarah Keniston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“If your child has been struggling with emotional or behavioral issues, you probably know what it is like to feel scared, helpless, guilty and like a failure as a parent. Parent coaching is a very effective way to help parents and children. You will better understand your child's behaviors, motivations, needs and capabilities; understand and accept your own and your child's limitations; learn to practice effective responses, interventions and environmental changes; all of which will help your child succeed and feel better. With a little training, you can acquire the skills needed to make a difference for your child and family.
(617) 936-8358
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Karen S Marans, Psychologist  in Waltham
“I see every patient as an individual and collaboratively we assess what kind of work would be best. I use an integrated therapeutic approach drawing on insight oriented, cognitive-behavioral and mind/body modalities. My style is direct. The goal is for people to manage relationships better and meet personal goals. Simply said, therapy is used to help people cope better with problems in their lives. Whether it's changing their behavior or the way they think about things, therapy brings a better sense of well being and a reduction in stress and distress.
(781) 995-0697
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
Suki Hanfling, Institute for Sexuality & Intimacy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
“Do you wish you could feel more intimate with your partner? Has your sexual relationship lost it's passion & playfulness If so, call Suki Hanfling for a free 20min. phone consultation to explore whether couples/sex/tx. might be helpful. ISI staff treat sexual dissatisfaction and "dysfunction". Our approach emphasizes the individual growth of each partner and the enhancement of the relationship. Although there are multiple factors contributing to most difficulties, we begin by addressing the immediate causes: communication difficulties, being "time starved" and performance anxiety. When indicated, therapy can then focus on complex causes, such as trust, control, and intimacy.
(781) 670-7762
Waltham, Massachusetts 02452
Michelle Mund, Psychologist  in Waltham
“I am a clinical psychologist with over ten years of experience providing individual therapy to adolescents and adults, helping them to gain insight and understanding. Through patience and genuine curiosity, I work to provide a safe space for the exploration of thoughts and emotions. I specialize in women's issues and have spent several years supporting women coping with trauma histories, eating disorders, and body image issues. Through the use of CBT and psychodynamic psychotherapy, I aim to create awareness that supports symptom reduction and positive changes for the long term.
(917) 746-1960
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work as an interactive, psychodynamically oriented therapist and seek to help clients discover their own uniqueness; put to rest any outdated negative messages from their histories and move into full, and gratifying lives for themselves and their loved ones. I believe the therapeutic alliance is a partnership where both participants,with the help of my expertise and professional experience,work toward healthy, achievable goals in an atmosphere of warmth,nurturance and trust.
(781) 609-7786
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
Erin Kent, Psychologist  in Waltham
“Some things cannot be done alone. Managing grief, experiencing loss, living with debilitating anxiety, tolerating anger and resentment that will not relent - all are life challenges that require the presence of a thoughtful and patient listener who can help bring words to pain where previously there were none. Our therapeutic relationship will create the safe space necessary to share troubling feelings, thoughts, and behaviors that have been experienced as shameful, embarrassing, or isolating. In my practice, I offer individuals an opportunity to examine past choices, current patterns of behavior, and impending decisions in a curious manner that promotes self-reflection and increases self-awareness.
(617) 934-2316
Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
Kate A Boyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“In listening deeply to you we will work together to pause and reflect on how to to effectively prioritize problems and solve them to make your life more manageable. Some of our work together might include defining boundaries, discovering strengths and developing higher self esteem in your life by taking reasonable risks. Experimenting with some new ways of approaching problems. Developing greater optimism in your life by creating a vision and taking the steps needed to move toward your goals. Poet Mary Oliver says" Tell me what are you going to do with your one wild and precious life?"
(781) 399-0662
Waltham, Massachusetts 02452
Susan Elizabeth Aeschbach, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waltham
“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
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451

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