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Therapists in Longwood - Boston, MA 02115

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, C-ASWCM
“My approach in the psychotherapy realtionship involves developing an alliance that facilitates healing, alleviates distress and introduces management and coping to transform that which has been most difficult in one's inner and outer life. The experience of distress is universal for each of us at one time or another, and to varying degrees. I believe it is a gift we give to ourselves to share our burden in a healing interpersonal relationship with a trained professional invested in fulfillment of the best life we were meant to live. I would be honored to be considered that healing professional.
(617) 855-7408
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
George Soto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, LICSW
“The hardest step to take can be simply acknowledging when things have become a bit overwhelming or difficult to manage on your own. Many people benefit tremendously from psychotherapeutic treatment. If you or someone you know is having problems with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, work-life balance, a history of trauma or abuse, grief/loss of a loved one, religious or spiritual concerns, or other emotional or behavioral issues, you may find therapy helpful. My goal is to form a collaborative relationship with you that focuses on your needs, and restores meaningfulness and purpose back into your life.
(617) 249-3668
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Renee Hoekstra, Psychologist  in Boston
“Extreme emotions? As the intensity of emotions increase, our ability to problem solve, track information, think clearly, and stay organized can decrease. This can create problems in other areas of our lives- including the way we think (ie, focusing on the threat), the way we organize behavior (extreme reactions), and the way we interact with other people (how we handle relationships when stressed). Being able to regulate the intensity of emotional arousal can help us solve additional problems related to stress and conflict. Group specifically addresses these goals: Why do it alone?
(617) 860-3269
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Melissa E Abraham, Psychologist  in Boston
“I am a clinical psychologist and work with women and men with struggles with depression, anxiety, relationship or family difficulties, work-life balance, problems with body image, food, or weight, and other problems. My practice includes adults of all ages going through transitions, people who would like to understand how their past affects them now, and people who are feeling stuck or overwhelmed. My goal is to help you address symptoms and problems that interfere with your life and relationships and cause you distress, and to help you gain more insight into yourself and your thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns.
(617) 584-2895
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Dave Shannon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Entering therapy is a bold, brave step. Most people who have been struggling have tried everything they know to feel better. Asking for support from a therapist marks a turning point. I offer clients my clinical judgment and attention that is rooted in a blend of Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioral and Relational-Cultural theories as well as Mindfulness-Based treatments. I integrate these concepts into our work in clear, understandable and practical ways. My clients tell me that they appreciate my real and authentic presence; my gentle, direct and honest feedback; and my engaging and interactive way of talking with them.
(617) 388-3256
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Aimee Falchuk, Counselor  in Boston
Counselor, MPH, MEd, RYT
“The process of healing is a dynamic one. I view health as the integration of mind, body, emotions, will and spirit in their true free flowing form. When any aspect of ourselves is blocked by distorted beliefs, defenses, self will and physical holding of the musculature and breath, we are unable to live our fullest experience of life. My approach utilizes cognitive and body oriented work as well as spiritual concepts with the goal of increasing energy and consciousness. Our aim in this work is to expand our capacity to love, self express, physically move, and to claim our purpose and connection.
(646) 759-2794
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Lois Glass, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy can be an important aid in managing transitions, stresses, and crises. It can also provide a safe and supportive context to address longstanding struggles with depression, anxiety, or other concerns. I am a psychodynamically trained therapist who also utilizes cognitive behavioral and relational approaches. My clients describe me as attentive, supportive, and non judgemental. I view therapy as a collaboration between myself with my professional skills and training, and you with your knowledge of yourself and your desire for support and change. I am an authentic, active therapist who approaches therapy gently and directly.
(781) 990-6775
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
“To make the decision to enter therapy, whatever your reasons, requires courage and persistence. Maybe you are feeling stuck in your current circumstances or frustrating behavior patterns. Or maybe you struggle with anxiety or depression, or wrestle with the pain of some kind of trauma or abuse. I believe we all are meant to grow and develop; and that some life events or relationships can throw up roadblocks to that natural process of growth. I believe that the combination of insight and hard work with a compassionate and experienced therapist can be very healing and yes, life changing.
(617) 942-1946
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Sherri Crowley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Welcome. It can be daunting to seek therapy and to find a therapist you feel comfortable with. Whether you are coming here because you are in great emotional pain, seeking support through life's transitions, or looking for new perspectives, I provide a open, warm, non-judgmental environment. While talk therapy is the most common part of my work, it can be complemented with clinical hypnosis, relaxation, and mindfulness training for both kids and adults who are interested in the mind / body / spirit connection. Because everyone is different, I provide an integrative therapy approach tailored individually to each client.
(617) 340-8158
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Lyme Center of Marthas Vineyard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
“I am a licensed clinical social worker from NY. I hold a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. I specialize in Chronic Lyme Disease. Psychological issues associated with Lyme and coaching around Lyme issues. I see patients in person, phone or skipe in Marthas vineyard and Boston. I started the Lyme Support Group in 2008 and founded the Lyme Center of Marthas Vineyard in 2011. I offer a sliding scale fee and one free consultation.
(508) 436-4620
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Katherine Manners, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boston
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“I have a diverse private practice providing treatment for individuals, couples and families. My style is that of a partnership between therapist and client that remains focused on your strengths and resilience. We will work together to discover the changes you want to make, improve your communication and resolve the conflicts that will lead you to the life and relationships you want. I have a specialization in couples therapy, especially, (but not limited to): working with affairs, changes in family structure or dynamics, improving communication, rediscovery of your love and even making a "good" divorce if that is what you have chosen.
(617) 440-3046
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Kaloyan Tanev, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I help clients resolve psychological or psychiatric problems that keep them from fully experiencing their lives. I also work with people to help them achieve their life goals. Because no two people are the same, I believe that treatment for every person should be individually tailored. I use medications when they are needed and do therapy. Some of the therapeutic methods I use are psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnosis, couples and family therapy. I help with anxiety, mood problems, co-morbid psychiatric and medical problems, relationship and family problems.
(617) 206-3425
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Yvonne Jenkins, Psychologist  in Boston
“A variety of stressors may influence personal insecurity, low self-esteem, anxiety, and a sense of helplessness. Some of these are underachievement, expected or sudden life changes, intractable family problems, loneliness, and the absence of lasting friendships or a committed and loving relationship. My therapeutic approach involves developing a therapeutic relationship where you will feel safe, understood, hopeful, and supported in your journey toward change. In addition, it involves helping you to gain confidence and self-esteem while recognizing your strengths as you develop more effective coping strategies and problem solving skills than before.
(617) 232-3004
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Rita Gilman, Counselor  in Boston
“People often go into therapy feeling a great deal of shame, guilt and with secrets. It's important to me that the therapeutic environment I provide allow people to feel they are part of a non-judgmental, safe and warm environment. The goal of therapy is to help clients make behavioral changes and increase insight into the cause of those behaviors and the purpose they serve. I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders, emotional/stress eating, body image, depression and anxiety. In addition, I run groups for individuals struggling with binge eating disorder.
(617) 702-2312
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Sara Nemitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“"You are the sky. Everything else- it's just the weather." Pema Chödrön.
(617) 870-3709
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Ruth G Dean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
“Psychotherapy enables people to overcome negative, repetitive patterns and make meaningful changes in their relationships and in their lives. Through self-reflection and insight and in the context of an accepting, and supportive relationship, people come to understand the ways in which they are stuck; they learn to break old patterns and expand their options. I am interested in working with clients who want to understand themselves better and address issues interfering with relationships and work.
(617) 326-3272
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Sara M. Lafkas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, EdD
“NOTE: I AM NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS UNTIL NOVEMBER 2015, DUE TO FAMILY LEAVE. Entering into a therapeutic relationship is a courageous decision and a first step towards healing. I strive to create a non-judgmental atmosphere of empathy and compassion that facilitates the long-term growth my clients seek. My background includes over 10 years of experience in the social work field. I currently provide therapy to adults, adolescents, and families in my practice. I help clients with concerns including anxiety, depression, relationship stressors, self-esteem, healing from trauma, spirituality, and professional transitions.
(617) 209-2405
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Carolyn Mcloughlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boston
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Psychotherapy is a useful tool in understanding current patterns of behavior or ways of relating that are unsatisfying or lacking in meaning or vitality. I seek to help patients achieve their goals to experience life more fully. One way this often happens is by looking for ways issues from the past are intruding or interfering in the present. I am open to exploring in detail the specific needs of each patient or couple and working in an individualized way to provide the most useful treatment possible.
(617) 682-9042
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Robyn Deyo, Counselor  in Boston
“"Each week I leave here with new tools to use" D., 50 yr old woman "You helped me sort through parts of my life that I couldn't do on my own" D., 29 year old man. I provide a warm, comfortable environment for you to discuss your unique challenges. Clients like you leave my office with a deeper understanding of themselves and skills to maintain your changes.
(781) 990-0797
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Patricia Lotterman, Counselor  in Boston
“Are you struggling with feeling connected in relationships? Do you feel "not good enough"? Do you think you don't even know HOW to have fulfilling relationships? I can help. I work with individuals and couples to improve self esteem, communication skills, and the quality of their relationships; whether with a significant other, spouse, child, sibling, ex-spouse,etc. If you are alive, you have relationships. Are they good? It can be especially challenging to maintain healthy relationships and self esteem if your are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, a high pressured job, or a recent loss.
(617) 446-3152
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Boston, Massachusetts 02115

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