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Therapists in Salem

Angelica 'Toni' Acevedo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
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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
Gordon Krantz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Thank you for reading my profile. I am Gordon Krantz, LICSW. I am experienced at providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and groups. My therapeutic approach is client centered, sensitive, kind and direct. I view myself as intelligent and I often blend therapy with humor.
(207) 518-7861
Salem, Massachusetts 01971
Caryn P Berman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MED, LICSW
“As a clinical therapist who has been in the mental health field for 17 years, I have great passion for the work I do, and profound compassion, respect, acceptance, and care for those with whom I build a therapeutic partnership. Life stressors can take individuals, couples, and families beyond coping. My clinical approach is to work gently, kindly, and cooperatively with each person to maximize coping and functioning, creatively and thoughtfully. Feel free to call if you have any questions. I look forward to meeting you.
(617) 506-3497
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Mark A Pooler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Thank you for taking the time today to review my profile. Beginning the process of psychotherapy can feel like a daunting one. Your ability to feel comfortable and at ease with a therapist can only help you to address difficult or painful parts of your life. My patients tell me that they often feel safe and "at home" when they are working with me. I enjoy working with folks who have been suffering from depression, trauma, loss, and substance abuse. Please feel free to call me to talk about scheduling an appointment.
(617) 997-0159
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Sabrina Faye Askari-Dougherty, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salem
“I have experience working with individuals (of all age ranges), couples, and families. I truly enjoy working alongside people in identifying their values, beliefs, and preferences for their lives. I'm particularly passionate about bringing narrative and social-justice based practices into this work.
(978) 631-4114
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Laurence Posner, Psychologist  in Salem
“As a practicing psychologist for over 30 years, I bring extensive experience and knowledge of human behavior to my therapy practice. I am an interactive therapist who enjoys getting to know my clients and helping them to identify and solve problems. I endeavor to create a strong relationship and a high level of trust with my clients as research has shown that it is the bond between the therapist and the client that predicts change independent of type of therapy. My approach integrates cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, psychodynamic and problem-solving strategies
(978) 412-4144
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
Tammy Bean, Psychologist  in Salem
“I have centered my practice on working with children, adolescents and young adults. Working with familes to assist them in having their children become content, competent and sucessful in life motivates me in my work. I treat many mental health issues among children and adolescents such as trauma, adoption, behavioral, emotional and cognitive. I use CBT and DBT techniques to help children and adolescent manage trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, and attention difficulties. Play therpay and other forms of psychodymanic techniques can be helpful to work through difficult interpersonal issues. I also work with adults, especially regarding anxiety and depression issues
(508) 527-0160
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Michele Perrine, Counselor  in Salem
“Therapy is about opening yourself up to new ideas and ways of thinking in order to make sense of your world and make the necessary changes to make your life what you want it to be. You are the expert on your life. You know where you want to be, but maybe you just can't figure out how to get there. We will work together to find the way.
(508) 213-8082
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Patricia Woods, Counselor  in Salem
“A variety of reasons bring people into therapy. Often the original reason may change as other issues unfold. Most of my clients are seeking concrete skills to assist them to address their concerns outside of the office. I have been told that my ability to be direct, to offer skills and strategies is helpful. Within that context, we work as a team and I provide a nonjudgmental atmosphere where clients can self explore and better understand their emotions, thoughts, and behavior patterns. I work best with clients who can meet consistently as it keeps our work on track and energized.
(781) 369-5594
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
David Rupert, Psychologist  in Salem
“I enjoy working with adults who are struggling with emotional or relational issues. Insight about a problem does not necessarily lead to change; I work with clients to explore new possibilities for integrating strengths, values, and emotions. I often see people who have chronic depression or anxiety.
(978) 767-9433
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
Greg Healey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Welcome to my practice in Salem, MA ! I've been providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults for over 25 years. I provide individual, couples, and family therapy. I view my role of therapist as providing a safe space for my clients to explore problems, and discover options that truly work.
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Matt Stella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DiplPW
“Hello and welcome. My name is Matt Stella, and my goal is to reconnect you to the wisdom and depth in your life that make all problems workable. In fact, the worst symptoms and problems that we wrestle with often hold the seed for growth and transformation. The focus of my work is with adults, couples, adolescent boys, and men's groups. My practice is LGBTQ-affirmative, and welcomes diversity of all kinds. My office is located in an historic building in downtown Salem with plenty of parking. Please let me know if I can be of service.
(617) 249-3054
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
“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
Gail Sullivan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I believe that therapy provides a unique and supportive relationship that helps to foster a person's innate abilities for growth and healing, particularly when they are faced with stressful circumstances. By identifying life skills and coping strategies, a person can grow, heal or make the changes that they want in their lives. My approach to therapy is collaborative and engaging. I will work with you to understand and identify the best way that therapy can suit your needs. I have a person-centered approach with the utmost positive regard for the individuals who seek my help.
(978) 357-8726
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Michelle Walsh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
“Are you a woman experiencing transitions, loss, or grief in life or work? Seeking a holistic and wellness therapist/life coach with 20+ years experience? I approach all relationships empathically as a learning partnership, working together to find the best means for sharing your life story, your relational patterns, your struggles, and your strengths. My goal is to empower you to make the changes you want or to journey with you in the work of mourning a loss, sorting through the confusions, or celebrating new discoveries. Our relationship can be for shorter, longer, or over intermittent periods as you choose.
(617) 981-6485
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
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

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