I am a Harvard-trained psychiatrist for children, adolescents and adults. I am an expert in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and second opinions for complex cases, including when families are contemplating higher levels of care like residential treatment. My approach is to be collaborative and curious in working with individuals and families to craft individualized and comprehensive treatment approaches. This may involve managing medications, providing individual, family or group therapy or a combination of these options. I am comfortable working with individuals with complex psychiatric backgrounds.
Are you happy and grateful but feel like you struggle emotionally in your personal or professional life? Do you suffer from mental illness? You are not alone. Remaining present in your daily life and keeping up with the everyday demands of work, family and friends can be difficult. I can help you trust yourself, reframe negative thoughts, identify unhealthy behaviors/relationships, and help you find answers within yourself to meet your needs and goals. I offer both medications, and therapy to build a treatment plan that works for you and your personal goals.
I am a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. As an RN, I worked in triage and the inpatient bipolar and schizophrenia unit at McLean Hospital. I have previous experience working as a psychiatric NP in community mental health, forensic, inpatient, and outpatient settings. My professional interests include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and adverse childhood experiences.
I am a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and received my training from MGH Institute of Health Professions, which included induction into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
My goal is geared towards establishing an environment centered on trust and meaning for all patients from all backgrounds. As a lead nurse practitioner during the pandemic times of isolation, quarantine, and minimal social events, I observed and treated the immediate, short-term impacts of COVID-19 and grew an interest in understanding the long-term mental health impacts of the pandemic, especially among marginalized groups of people.
I'm a psychiatric nurse practitioner, offering consultation, medication management and therapy in downtown Northampton. I care about what makes us unique, as well as what we have in common. My interests include anxiety disorders like panic and OCD, as well as people on the autism spectrum or with social or learning differences. I'm delighted to work with LGBTQ clients or those in gender transition. I'm a believer in trauma -sensitive care, trained in DBT and in mindfulness. Clients say I'm both communicative and collaborative. Please note that my practice is currently limited to people aged 16 and older.
I am a board certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) across the lifespan. Embracing a holistic approach with the belief that mental health is a multidimensional experience, I strive to promote an active partnership with my clients to manage and decrease symptoms of mental illness. I would enjoy collaborating with your therapist or other providers, and believe combining both medication and psychotherapy allows for the best possible outcomes. I enjoy working with patients age 16 and older who present with a diversity of psychiatric needs.
I am experienced in treating a wide range of motivated adult patients. I graduated Yale Medical School in 2010, completed four years of psychiatry training in 2014 at the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training program, and am board-certified in psychiatry. I’ve also spent several years pursuing advanced training in insight-oriented psychodynamic therapy. My approach to mental health is comprehensive, taking into account the entire multidimensional person and the context of their lives.
My goal is to help you better understand yourself, and through that understanding we can work to reach your goals. I am interested in working with anyone struggling with any mental health difficulties. I have experience treating people of all different backgrounds with a multitude of different issues that bring them to care, including depression, anxiety, OCD, ADHD, bipolar disorder, behavioral dysregulation, somatic disorders, and school avoidance (amongst many others). I take a holistic view of patients that incorporates the psychological, the biological, and the social factors that affect how you feel and how you function.
David Martino is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who has provided direct care to patients age 12 years and older for the past 8 years. David has extensive clinical experience in diagnosis and medication management, including complex cases with multiple overlapping psychiatric diagnoses, dual diagnosis, and co-occurring medical problems.
You are smart. You know when something isn't right and when you need help. You may have struggled with managing your depression and anxiety for years, or have had a recent triggering event and need guidance and support.
My name is Mary-Ellen Meltzer and I am a psychiatric clinical nurse specialist and AASECT certified sex therapist. I am LGBTQIAA and kink affirming and work with individuals and couples. I treat clients who struggle with depression, bipolar, anxiety and substance use disorders. All genders, relationships and cultures are welcome.
Elena Mascarenhas has been a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) since 2014. She graduated from Boston College with a Masters in Nursing and from Northeastern University with a Bachelors in Psychology. She has over 13 years of experience working in mental healthcare, including experience in community mental health, residential treatment, partial hospitalization programs and addictions treatment.
Are you really living? Are you getting everything you want out of your life? If the answer is no, I can help you in a caring, trusting and safe environment. My office is in Bedford (one exit from the Burlington Mall) and there is ample free parking with easy accessibility from I-95. I treat a wide range of patients: those with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, phobias, panic, obsessive compulsive disorder, PTSD, psychotic illness and attention deficit disorder, to name a few. People struggling with substance abuse, many of whom can benefit from suboxone treatment, are also my patients.
Mass psych services is a group of psychiatric providers experienced in the field for several years. We specialize in assessing and treating a variety of emotional problems in all age groups with varying level of severity. Our philosophy treatment is patient centered - patients come first. The treatment team include a psychiatrist and 3 therapists with expertise in individual, couples and family therapy. The age groups include children, adolescents as well as adults. The group therapists have a special interest and expertise with group therapy for special populations like autistic children, social skills training and groups for anxiety and PTSD. We offer parent - child psychotherapy.
MASS COUNSELING CENTER, INC. is an outpatient Mental Health Center in Worcester, Massachusetts which provides diagnostic, treatment, and prescriptive services related to mental and behavioral disorders. At Mass Counseling Center, We have certified Professionals with years of experience, and our mission is to find your hidden potential and give you all necessary tools to develop, grow, and overcome your challenges. Ranked among the leading outpatient mental health providers in the Worcester County, the center is a leading mental health service provider that specializes in the treatment of all ages with mental health problems.
Dr. Bijoy Mathew is a knowledgeable clinician who is committed to creating a successful and therapeutic relationship by building trust with his patients. He is caring and compassionate, and seeks to collaborate to deliver the best individualized care. He earned his medical degree at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He did his psychiatric training at Columbia University Medical Center where he completed his residency in General Adult Psychiatry and his fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
People turn to psychotherapy for many reasons. Some are motivated by challenging or unexpected life events, such as a death or loss, a breakup or a divorce. Others struggle with work or relationships, life transition, or a vague feeling of dissatisfaction. Psychotherapy provides an opportunity to explore these experiences in order to understand and resolve them. In today's busy and overstimulating world, it is easy to disregard our needs, which can leave us feeling depleted. There is little time for self-reflection and introspection.
My treatment focus begins with a comprehensive evaluation with the explicit goal of making an accurate clinical diagnosis. A treatment plan that will address the underlying problem/s as well as the specific symptoms of the patient is then formulated. I use Psychopharmacology (medication management) and/or Psychotherapy to treat my patients - depending upon the condition and the your individual preference. I am currently offering treatment both via video link or in person.
Welcome! I'm a board certified adult (18+) psychiatrist with an MD from Brown University, and fellowship training in Women's Mental Health. I aim to create a highly individualized care plan, tailored to each patient's goals and vision of care. My practice is designed to be small to allow for flexibility, accessibility and attentiveness to each of my patients. Our work together will be empathic, supportive and collaborative. I can see patients from both MA and RI. My practice is telehealth only to ensure accessibility to all those seeking mental health treatment.