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Therapists in Salem

Denise Malament, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“I provide a collaborative process of psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families. In a safe atmosphere we work together to uncover the innate strength we all have to live a fulfilled life. This method includes conversation, inquiry and mindfulness based practices that enable self discovery. By freeing one's self from habitual ways of thinking and reacting, maturity and wisdom become accessible.
(978) 767-9005
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Angelica 'Toni' Acevedo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MBA
“This is a solo owned and operated practice specializing in mental health issues for clients ages 10-100. Mrs. Acevedo has 10+ years experience in the field. Mrs. Acevedo has much to offer in the Salem community with the ability to connect with the Latino Community (Bilingual/Bicultural), GLBTQ work, experience with trauma work, family therapy, chronic mental illness those involved with the Department of Child and Family Services (DCF), Department of Mental Health (DMH), school visits, or any facing any other life or transition issue regardless of the scale.
(617) 910-3429
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Deborah Nathan, Counselor  in Salem
“Welcome to my practice. I provide compassionate, respectful therapy for individuals, couples, and families. Using strength based approaches, art and expressive therapies and a post modern framework we will work together to think about what challenges you, and what inner strengths you possess to overcome obstacles in order to reach your fullest potential. Today's modern world is complicated, and often difficult to navigate. We will explore possibilities that will enable you to think more creatively about solutions to difficult problems, allowing you to live more fully, more in the present and with greater joy and fulfillment.
(978) 785-8655
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Martha Monahan, Psychologist  in Salem
“As a psychologist for over 20 years, I have a broad range of experience working with clients with a variety of problem areas and diagnoses. My initial goal is to provide a safe and supportive atmosphere to assist you in identifying and addressing the issues, concerns and emotional pain that has led you to seek help. My style as a therapist is warm, direct and collaborative. I use my training in CBT, client-focused and psychodynamic psychology, and attachment theory to develop the best fit of a treatment approach which will effectively help you meet your needs and goals from therapy.
(978) 386-3647
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Wendy P. O'Hara, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“When we seek therapy- we are often "on the edge" of something...usually mystifying, hugely disappointing or nerve wracking. For a while it can be confusing and sometimes debilitating. It may be a relationship breakdown, a divorce, an addiction, a loss, or even "a cliff"- in which case psychotherapy can be life saving! Some of us clearly benefit with guidance. Perhaps our collaboration will achieve this.
(978) 705-6850
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
“Listening closely and asking thoughtful questions is central to my work, as is providing a safe place where people can discuss difficult issues, examine differing perspectives and consider options in their lives. I offer guidance for stress management and have worked successfully with many clients on issues of self-esteem and empowerment. My work has been informed by the family systems approach, as well as by narrative and cognitive-behavioral schools of thought, all of which I utilize as I feel is appropriate. I have a working knowledge of addictions, co-dependency, and the use of 12-step programs in recovery.
(978) 401-9005
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
“For more than 30 years I have worked to help people find their strengths, clarify their needs and enrich their relationships and lives. I have eleven years of graduate and post-graduate training in Marriage and Family Therapy and have led Marriage Encounter weekends for thirty years with my husband. I see therapy as a collaboration between therapist and client where I help my clients with resources for general health and wellness, self-growth and exploration. No one should have to face life's crises alone. I look forward to working with you.
(978) 480-0969
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
James J. Mahfuz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a respectful, empathic therapist who honors the client’s decision to enter therapy as the first step on a path to resolve past experiences and for personal growth. I work along side the client to develop their strengths and to become an independent person.
(617) 863-0971
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
David Selden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LICSW
“I have over 35 years of training and experience in the field of behavioral health. I draw on this and my experiences as an amateur athlete and youth sport coach to engage and work with my clients. My specialty is working with teens, adults and their families who are experiencing difficulties from substance use and related mood disorders. I provide a non-judgmental, non-critical opportunity to discuss and work through life challenges. The result is a collaborative process based on a plan of your choosing.
(617) 500-6183
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Kristen Homan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Choosing a therapist can be an overwhelming task. It is important to find someone you feel comfortable with who can help you navigate the issues that led you to seek therapy. I aim to meet my clients where they are at and ensure that the therapy process is collaborative. It is my hope that in doing so we will achieve your goals together and your experience in therapy will be a positive one.
(978) 267-1938
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Sean P Daughtry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I collaborate with adults as they heal from trauma, anxiety, loss, depression, other mood issues, or any number of matters leaving them feeling somehow ineffective. As a clinician for over fifteen years, I will join with you to identify and transform painful obstacles, arising from past and/or present challenges, which hinder you from making healthy changes. Drawing especially from Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy, we will journey together to access your core nature, the Self, more spontaneously. This leads to clarity and calm over internal and external challenges you face, resulting in heightened creativity and effectiveness with problem solving, relationship building, and goal attainment.
(617) 390-7659
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Alycia Merritt, Counselor  in Salem
“I believe that that everyone can benefit from positive interactions and relationships in their lives. The counseling relationship is an important one and is essential to successful healing. It may be that you or your child are struggling with depression, anxiety, social problems, adjustment difficulties, or poor self-esteem. I offer an eclectic approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes empowering individuals and families to identify solutions and achieve success and wellness.
(570) 263-5760
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
“I have been a clinician and educator for over twenty years and blend these methods in my clinical practice. My training encompasses a number of diverse content areas, such as clinical, developmental, family and substance-related issues, all of which has helped enrich my understanding of the challenges that life can present. I believe that people have greater capabilities than they are aware of. My role is to be a guide through their discovery process, not to tell people what to do or how to live. I treat all of my clients with dignity and respect and seek active collaboration.
(978) 432-9917
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Lynn Mangiaracina Shoreman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Making the decision to begin therapy can be challenging. People often seek therapy when they are feeling overwhelmed, lost, or discouraged. Sometimes, the reasons for these feelings may not even be clear. As a therapist, my goal is to assist you in obtaining greater clarity about the feelings that brought you to therapy, as well as establish hope for positive change. I view psychotherapy as a journey navigated by the client and therapist together. It is my belief that the most important element of effective psychotherapy is the genuine connection between the client and therapist.
(978) 616-9945
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Karen Hosking, Psychologist  in Salem
“I have been in practice for nearly 30 years. I enjoy working with individual adults around issues of bereavement, chronic pain and illness, divorce and separation as well as anxiety and depression. I typically use a cognitive/behavioral approach, but always tailor my treatment to my client's needs and goals. While I do not see young children, I find that working with the parents of young children regarding behavioral issues in a consultative format to be the most effective.
(978) 615-2010
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Alana Welch Strom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MA
“Most people could benefit from therapy. I've worked with an enormous range of people, from those looking to make subtle shifts and build insight to those struggling to manage profound, chronic difficulties. I love this work because I think there's a potency in this type of relationship that draws things to the surface, and I think there's something penetrating and lasting that can come from taking on the hard things in life with another curious and caring person.
(781) 518-0184
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Gina Higgins, Psychologist  in Salem
“"I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families from age eighteen through every adult decade. My style is interactive, collaborative, and non-hierarchical. My emphasis is on promoting psychological resilience by helping my clients expand their copings skills in the manner of resilient individuals. You do not have to be unusually healthy or come from a terrible past in order to benefit from the lessons of the resilient. I am equally comfortable and conversant with agony as much as ecstasy. If you are motivated to change through therapy, you are highly likely to be a lot happier with yourself and your life over time."
(978) 574-3013
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Kevin M Linehan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“As a narrative therapist I strive to help my clients alter problem stories into preferred ways of living. I provide individual therapy to adolescents (14+) through older adulthood/elderly. I have special interest in weight management issues, college student mental health and adolescent mental health, specifically adolescents with behavioral or legal issues. Presenting problems I typically work with include anxiety and mood disorders, relationship issues, psychosis, stress and weight management, substance abuse, and trauma. I also work with practicing therapists seeking clinical supervision and support.
(508) 640-7271
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Kate Roberts, Psychologist  in Salem
“Welcome to my practice of 25 years! I treat individuals,children, teens, couples, and families with no judgement and expertise in cognitive -behavior therapy and family therapy. Appointments available within 24 hours of initial contact with evening, early morning and weekend hours.Cell phone access in between sessions. Focus areas include: Couples communication, parenting, bended families and divorce, ADHD, anxiety, depression, interpersonal conflicts, bullying, trauma and overuse of technology. For more information read my Savvy Parenting blog on Psychology Today.com. I accept Blue Cross and all PPO's.
(978) 801-0964
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Greg Healey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy, as I think of it, includes a comfortable (and healing) environment for sharing "difficult" concerns, a "lab" space so we can creatively test out new ideas and approaches, and of course, comfortable chairs for conversation ! I've been providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults for over 25 years. I have offices in Salem and Beverly.
Salem, Massachusetts 01970

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