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Therapists in Medford

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Sarah Lancaster, LICSW, has worked as a clinician in the school, acute, residential, and clinical settings with both children and families. Her work has covered such issues as depression, anxiety, trauma, adjustment disorders, parenting issues, Autism spectrum disorders, attachment disorders, and social issues. She has worked with low-income and multi-risk families and provided resource referrals and case management. She attained her graduate degree in Social Work from Simmons College.
(781) 262-0213
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Aletheia Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Medford
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and have years of experience working with individuals, families, and couples at various clinical settings. Other than my therapy work with individuals, couples, and families at outpatient setting, I have an extensive experience providing wraparound service for families with children who have severe emotional and behavioral needs. I have worked for Elder Protective Services with elders who are neglected and abused and their family. I have also provided psychiatric evaluation at emergency services and home-based family stablization work for families with children and adolescents who are in psychiatric crisis.
(978) 767-2499
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Janie Lynn Kritzman, Psychologist  in Medford
“Collaboration and trust characterize a strong therapeutic relationship. Therapy is very much a conversation about how you think and feel and what you hope to change. My starting questions are "why now," and "how would you like me to help"? I am trained in developmental and clinical psychology and work with adolescents, families and adults throughout the life span. Anxiety, mood disorders, addiction, eating disorders and transitioning to adulthood are specialties.
(781) 325-9529 x5
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Child and Adolescent Therapy Practice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
“Child/Adolescent Specialist with 10+ years experience in the schools as a school psychologist/ counselor: Is your child or adolescent disrupting your household? Do you/your family need strategies for an acting out child/ children? Is there underachievement due to lack of motivation or unresolved emotional issues? Is there a bullying issue? Can your child express feelings appropriately? Could your shy child benefit from learning ways to speak up for him or herself? Do you need help through Loss, Death or Divorce? Please contact me if your child needs therapeutic guidance and support in order to achieve academic, behavioral, social, and emotional success.
(617) 910-4086
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Dan F Pollets, Psychologist  in Medford
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 33 years of clinical experience. My professional interests include treatment of anxiety disorders,depression, sexual dysfunction, relationship issues, couples therapy and mindfulness-based psychotherapy. Clients who would benefit from my treatment would be those who want an active and engaged therapist who is interested in helping them create behavioral change in short order. I have experience in many forms of treatment including cognitive-behavioral and Mindfulness approaches. I work in an problem-focused manner. I am interested in the hear-and-now problems of the client as well as the family-of-origin.
(781) 369-5407
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Judith F Prebluda, Counselor  in Medford
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Counselor, MA, LMHC, Meditat, Teacher, Re
“Welcome. With warmth, clarity and compassion, I offer psychotherapy that integrates research-based Western approaches, with complementary therapies drawn from Mindfulness Meditation traditions, and energy medicine practices. I work with people suffering from "Wounds of the Heart and Mind" : Depression, Anxiety, the effects of trauma, neglect, physical pain, relational and life stress issues. I believe that along with real pain and suffering, everyone has a whole, healthy Self, which has often been lost or forgotten. Together, using many approches and tools I have gathered over 30 years, we will find your Authentic Self, and heal all issues, large or small.
(781) 361-9943
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Betty Jo Bolin LICSW Solutions for Living, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
“I invite couples, adolescents and adults to identify strengths, acknowledge challenges and develop strategies to solve a range of problems. We can explore ways to save and enhance your relationship. In the first session, I teach tools that you can use immediately to enhance your partnership, open the lines of communication and reconnect as a couple. If you are an overwhelmed parent, I can help you reach out to your teen by employing techniques that can be used in the moment. My professional experience encompasses coping with anxiety, managing chronic illness, grieving losses and achieving balance for an enriched life.
(781) 422-8073
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Kamela Dolinova,   in Medford
“I help people who are exploring questions of sexuality, gender expression, and relationship styles to accept themselves in their beauty and strength, so they can experience loving connection in their lives. Whether you are struggling with gender expression, sexual orientation, desire for multiple partners, BDSM or kink, or other desires that are outside the mainstream, I am here to listen, to educate, to guide, and to help you integrate the parts of you that are currently closed off. I also work with trauma and grief, and provide a space for the boundaried expression and relief of old wounds.
(617) 208-4593
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Sarah McIsaac Murphy Therapy and Intervention, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
“I am fortunate to love my work and feel grateful to have worked with wonderful individuals, couples and families over the last 20 years. I enjoy working with a range of issues ie. depression, anxiety, poor body image, addiction, trauma related to early family life, abuse, neglect and trauma related to an accident, illness, or combat. Life moves fast and I believe many suffer from a feeling of disconnection because of a diminished sense of community. By better caring for ourselves and sharing the emotional load of life, we often feel more connected to ourselves and others.
(617) 921-0978
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Jeanne Schwalbach, Counselor  in Medford
“I welcome the opportunity to work with individuals who want to enhance their personal strengths, improve their self care practices and effectively meet life's challenges. I begin by helping my clients identify their strengths, interests and successes. This then serves as the foundation for the therapeutic work. My relationship based therapeutic approach includes expertise in both solution focused and psycho-dynamic insight-oriented therapy. I specialize in self care practices, mother/daughter relationships, young adult issues, family relationships and crisis related to life transitions. I am a senior therapist and clinical supervisor at Solutions for Living and earned my masters degree at Tufts University.
(781) 651-2933
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Erin Dunham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I look forward to working with individuals of all ages. My area of expertise is working with children and adolescents. I recognize the benefit in identifying one's strengths and using those strengths to assist with coping and addressing life's challenges. I often use a psychodynamic approach, but recognize that some individuals benefit from a variety of techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy simultaneously.
(781) 618-4511
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
David W Harder, Psychologist  in Medford
“The first fundamental task in therapy or counseling is for the therapist to understand how you, the client, experience the trouble that prompts help-seeking. That understanding forms the basis of planning the best therapeutic approach, whether it's cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, relational, family/couples or an appropriate combination of these. My treatments are informed by over 35 years of clinical experience with all kinds of clients and over 30 years of work in, and knowledge of, clinically relevant research. My own research has focused upon life events stresses, self-esteem, shame and guilt, and, most recently, experiences of spirituality.
(781) 609-7049
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Jotham Busfield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At THINK-diff Institute, my ideal life coaching client would be anyone who is looking to achieve positive change along the path towards reaching personal goals. Goals are often related to career development, healthy relationships, emotional awareness, coping strategies, and organization. At Solutions for Living, my ideal therapy client is anyone who is struggling with issues of depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief/loss, substance abuse or addiction, hoarding, or wants to improve their overall level of self-confidence, develop healthy relationships, relieve negative symptoms and start feeling better.
(888) 240-6449 x1
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Gregory Curtis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CCBT, MSW
“I will provide you with a safe and supportive environment for exploration and creative problem solving, with an emphasis on results. While our relationship is central to the process, I also realize that you want and need to find real solutions. I am prepared and would be honored to help you do just that. I have been certified in Cognitive Behavioral Interventions, an approach that has been demonstrated in hundreds of studies to be THE most effective method for helping people overcome their problems (emotional, relationship, adjustment, etc.). In short: it works!
(781) 205-4587
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Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Jill Rozell, Counselor  in Medford
“I believe therapy can be helpful in relieving painful and uncomfortable feelings and it can be a journey of self discovery and awareness that will lead to a more fulfilling life. Therapy can address difficult situations but it can also be helpful with normal problems in the normal course of life. Psychotherapy can be intense at times, which is why I place value on compassion and humor in my practice.
(617) 379-3943
Office is near:
Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Margrit Romang, Counselor  in Medford
“Integrating my experience in Mindfulness and Meditation with current research and my previous training has been my main clinical focus over the past 12 years. My previous training includes treatment of family of origin issues, relational difficulties, trauma, ADHD, depression, and anxiety.I draw from a variety of disciplines. These include psychodynamic and relational psychotherapy, existential psychotherapy, inner child work and attachment theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy, expressive therapy, and play therapy for children. One of my main goals is to empower people to participate actively in their own healing process through self exploration and the development of mindfulness skills.
(781) 218-7590
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Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Couples Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
“Do you feel unable to connect with your partner as you once did? Are you unsure where the relationship is at and unable to talk about it? Missing emotional and physical intimacy? Therapy helps address what you truly want, individually, and as a couple. Build skills that positively change the way you relate to one another, leaving you feeling better understood, more accepted and as a result, closer. Break habits of avoidance and create constructive ways to resolve difficulties. You will be enriched by what you've gained and relieved from burdens that were previously hard to approach.
(617) 826-1475
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Medford, Massachusetts 02155
“My work is with adolescents, couples and adults coping with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, OCD and ADD. It is not an easy process to find a therapist that offers the specific type of therapy you or your child needs. The "goodness of fit" between you and your therapist is essential for a successful therapy experience.
(617) 209-9092
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Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Sam Healy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Each person has his/her own special talents, qualities and unique challenges. I help individuals, couples and families recognize strengths, work through obstacles and channel intense energies in more productive and creative ways.
(781) 916-9022
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Medford, Massachusetts 02155
Janet Miller Wiseman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CDFM
“Welcome to Janet Miller Wiseman and the Negotiation Collaborative., Whether you're an individual, a married couple, a partnership, mother/daughter, father/son, adult siblings or other pairings,,I like to start with your individual goal or goals.. It is important that we begin with what you need and want to accomplish in your sessions, whether there are specific issues or your need to live a more rewarding, balanced and richly textured life.. ..
(781) 797-0566
Office is near:
Medford, Massachusetts 02155

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