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"I see therapy as part of the life-long process of getting to know ourselves and our own minds. To support this process I strive to create a space that is warm, collaborative and inquisitive. In my experience, the therapeutic relationship helps people understand patterns of thinking and interacting that have become painful. By learning about these patterns in a supportive space, people often feel less stuck in their lives and more capable of making positive change."
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"I see therapy as part of the life-long process of getting to know ourselves and our own minds. To support this process I strive to create a space that is warm, collaborative and inquisitive. In my experience, the therapeutic relationship helps people understand patterns of thinking and interacting that have become painful. By learning about these patterns in a supportive space, people often feel less stuck in their lives and more capable of making positive change."
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"I am a psychologist and psychoanalyst and offer psychoanalytically oriented therapy to individuals and couples. "
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"I am a psychologist and psychoanalyst and offer psychoanalytically oriented therapy to individuals and couples. "
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"I have been working with children and families for more than 25 years. My approach is strength based - I'm interested in helping you get results. I am collaborative in my approach and at the same time I use specific knowledge and skills to provide support around a variety of issues. My "wheelhouse" is working with children, families and adults who have experienced developmental trauma. I use neuroscience, attachment and developmental approaches to work with trauma as it impacts children, adults, families, couples and individuals. I have an M.Ed in counseling (1992) from Umass Amherst and an MSW (2002) from Smith SSW."
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"I have been working with children and families for more than 25 years. My approach is strength based - I'm interested in helping you get results. I am collaborative in my approach and at the same time I use specific knowledge and skills to provide support around a variety of issues. My "wheelhouse" is working with children, families and adults who have experienced developmental trauma. I use neuroscience, attachment and developmental approaches to work with trauma as it impacts children, adults, families, couples and individuals. I have an M.Ed in counseling (1992) from Umass Amherst and an MSW (2002) from Smith SSW."
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"I work with all couples - married and unmarried, premarital and divorcing, heterosexual and same sex. I work actively to explore areas of dissatisfaction, identify obstacles to change, and find ways to overcome them. I offer to meet with all couples for a brief evaluation, designed to determine whether treatment is indicated and to quickly identify key problems, strengths and promising directions for treatment. I strive for the shortest course of treatment that accomplishes clients' goals. If a couple is in acute crisis, I make every effort to see them on an intensive basis initially until the immediate crisis is stabilized."
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"I work with all couples - married and unmarried, premarital and divorcing, heterosexual and same sex. I work actively to explore areas of dissatisfaction, identify obstacles to change, and find ways to overcome them. I offer to meet with all couples for a brief evaluation, designed to determine whether treatment is indicated and to quickly identify key problems, strengths and promising directions for treatment. I strive for the shortest course of treatment that accomplishes clients' goals. If a couple is in acute crisis, I make every effort to see them on an intensive basis initially until the immediate crisis is stabilized."
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"I practice from a trauma informed and relational cultural perspective that places high value on the relationship between therapist and client. Through an authentic, mutual, and collaborative approach I help my clients focus on the history of their relationships and how these relationships have lead to growth and fulfillment and/or isolation and suffering. I view every person as inherently whole and thus aim to lighten the emotional burdens that leave individuals feeling incomplete, broken, and/or dispirited."
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"I practice from a trauma informed and relational cultural perspective that places high value on the relationship between therapist and client. Through an authentic, mutual, and collaborative approach I help my clients focus on the history of their relationships and how these relationships have lead to growth and fulfillment and/or isolation and suffering. I view every person as inherently whole and thus aim to lighten the emotional burdens that leave individuals feeling incomplete, broken, and/or dispirited."
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"It isn't always easy to reach outside of ourselves when we are feeling deeply lonely and experiencing extreme emotions. These are precisely the times, though, when it makes sense to try to find people with whom we can talk without too much fear of judgment or rejection. In my role as a therapist I actively commit to strive to be one of those people; to meet you (and your family) wherever you are emotionally, in a comfortable, confidential and respectful setting."
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"It isn't always easy to reach outside of ourselves when we are feeling deeply lonely and experiencing extreme emotions. These are precisely the times, though, when it makes sense to try to find people with whom we can talk without too much fear of judgment or rejection. In my role as a therapist I actively commit to strive to be one of those people; to meet you (and your family) wherever you are emotionally, in a comfortable, confidential and respectful setting."
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"I provide an empathic and supportive therapeutic relationship working toward the goals of healing past emotional wounds, developing healthier self-image and healthier relationships, and inspiring positive growth and change."
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"I provide an empathic and supportive therapeutic relationship working toward the goals of healing past emotional wounds, developing healthier self-image and healthier relationships, and inspiring positive growth and change."
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"My intention is to help people discover lasting pathways to feel better. I will bring my warmth, heart, experience and presence to our unique collaboration as we focus on how you want to feel in your life. I practice a body-centered approach to counseling. Woven through our talking together will be periods of mindfulness and tuning in as a way to deepen awareness, growth & healing. When we have the support we need--we feel more freedom to be ourselves emotionally, intellectually, physically & spiritually. As distortions release--we naturally heal, improve our relationships, & make authentic life choices that feel good."
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"My intention is to help people discover lasting pathways to feel better. I will bring my warmth, heart, experience and presence to our unique collaboration as we focus on how you want to feel in your life. I practice a body-centered approach to counseling. Woven through our talking together will be periods of mindfulness and tuning in as a way to deepen awareness, growth & healing. When we have the support we need--we feel more freedom to be ourselves emotionally, intellectually, physically & spiritually. As distortions release--we naturally heal, improve our relationships, & make authentic life choices that feel good."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
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"Cancer and the losses associated with it can cause grief, trauma, depression, anxiety and insomnia. These can all can be managed effectively with a customized, integrative therapy approach that incorporates CBT and EMDR in a supportive, relationship focused therapeutic alliance . My practice is informed by my experience as a clinical oncology social worker at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and as a Hospice director of psychosocial services. I teach social work at Westfield State University and my textbook is Grief and loss: Theories and skills for the helping professions. (Pearson, 2012)."
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"Cancer and the losses associated with it can cause grief, trauma, depression, anxiety and insomnia. These can all can be managed effectively with a customized, integrative therapy approach that incorporates CBT and EMDR in a supportive, relationship focused therapeutic alliance . My practice is informed by my experience as a clinical oncology social worker at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and as a Hospice director of psychosocial services. I teach social work at Westfield State University and my textbook is Grief and loss: Theories and skills for the helping professions. (Pearson, 2012)."
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"Supporting women during the prenatal, pregnancy and postpartum phases of life is my area of specialty. I also work with women who are living with infertility. The transition into parenthood can be emotionally complex and can lead to pregnancy or postpartum depression and anxiety. Before becoming a parent, there is the desire and decision to make a baby. For some, this phase is painfully long and can feel like an emotional roller coaster. In the postpartum, parent guidance is another aspect of my work. If you are experiencing difficulties such as these, please consider contacting me for support."
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"Supporting women during the prenatal, pregnancy and postpartum phases of life is my area of specialty. I also work with women who are living with infertility. The transition into parenthood can be emotionally complex and can lead to pregnancy or postpartum depression and anxiety. Before becoming a parent, there is the desire and decision to make a baby. For some, this phase is painfully long and can feel like an emotional roller coaster. In the postpartum, parent guidance is another aspect of my work. If you are experiencing difficulties such as these, please consider contacting me for support."
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"I believe in the inherent potential of all people. Despite the challenges of life, we have an incredible capacity to persevere. Obstacles can be opportunties as we are often braver, stronger and more capable than we give ourselves credit for. "
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"I believe in the inherent potential of all people. Despite the challenges of life, we have an incredible capacity to persevere. Obstacles can be opportunties as we are often braver, stronger and more capable than we give ourselves credit for. "
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"Are you or your child, teen or young adult struggling? Withdrawing? Anxious? Making dangerous choices? Having trouble getting along? For twenty years I have been helping people work through their situations to think more clearly, make better choices, and ultimately, to feel better about themselves. Because trust and good communication between the therapist and the client is so important, I invite you to call me and talk about what you are looking for and my approach to see if this might be a good fit for you, your child or your family."
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"Are you or your child, teen or young adult struggling? Withdrawing? Anxious? Making dangerous choices? Having trouble getting along? For twenty years I have been helping people work through their situations to think more clearly, make better choices, and ultimately, to feel better about themselves. Because trust and good communication between the therapist and the client is so important, I invite you to call me and talk about what you are looking for and my approach to see if this might be a good fit for you, your child or your family."
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"Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I have moved to an online platform to provide online teletherapy to coparents. Trying to raise a child in two different houses can be really difficult and stressful. I specialize in helping parents struggling to figure out the best options for their family. Co-parenting works best when there is a partnership between the adults who are raising the child. I assist parents to come together to rebuild communication to promote the child's well-being. I can help with parenting plans as well as strategizing how to help children manage routines in separate homes."
(413) 923-6154
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"Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I have moved to an online platform to provide online teletherapy to coparents. Trying to raise a child in two different houses can be really difficult and stressful. I specialize in helping parents struggling to figure out the best options for their family. Co-parenting works best when there is a partnership between the adults who are raising the child. I assist parents to come together to rebuild communication to promote the child's well-being. I can help with parenting plans as well as strategizing how to help children manage routines in separate homes."
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"After many years of private psychotherapy practice in Orlando, Fl. I have moved my practice to beautiful Western Mass to be near family. I am accepting referrals at my Northampton location for individuals, couples and families interested in healing, learning and growth. I also offer teaching/therapy Intensives for couples, which are ideal for relationships which are struggling or strong. My philosophy about therapy and life is that we all have the capacity to reach our potential and that sometimes we need help in the form of therapy or coaching or support to assist us in this endeavor."
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"After many years of private psychotherapy practice in Orlando, Fl. I have moved my practice to beautiful Western Mass to be near family. I am accepting referrals at my Northampton location for individuals, couples and families interested in healing, learning and growth. I also offer teaching/therapy Intensives for couples, which are ideal for relationships which are struggling or strong. My philosophy about therapy and life is that we all have the capacity to reach our potential and that sometimes we need help in the form of therapy or coaching or support to assist us in this endeavor."
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"I provide trauma-informed, socially just therapy to people of all genders. The lingering effects of living in a racist, misogynist and transphobic culture can manifest for many people as depression, anxiety, and panic. I see the connection between the external world and our internal experiences as central to the therapy process. Individuals as well as people in relationships of all configurations are welcome: couples, triads, and any and all open configurations. I trained at Northampton Sex Therapy Associates for 2 years and enjoy working with sexual issues and problems in therapy."
(413) 923-6344
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"I provide trauma-informed, socially just therapy to people of all genders. The lingering effects of living in a racist, misogynist and transphobic culture can manifest for many people as depression, anxiety, and panic. I see the connection between the external world and our internal experiences as central to the therapy process. Individuals as well as people in relationships of all configurations are welcome: couples, triads, and any and all open configurations. I trained at Northampton Sex Therapy Associates for 2 years and enjoy working with sexual issues and problems in therapy."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"Life is hard when there is too much unhappiness, worry, anger or frustration. I have been psychotherapist since 1994 and have a deep respect for the process of growth and change that individuals and families can accomplish. I treat children, adolescents and adults who are stuck in patterns that keep them from feeling happy, peaceful and healthy."
(413) 650-6248
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"Life is hard when there is too much unhappiness, worry, anger or frustration. I have been psychotherapist since 1994 and have a deep respect for the process of growth and change that individuals and families can accomplish. I treat children, adolescents and adults who are stuck in patterns that keep them from feeling happy, peaceful and healthy."
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"I offer a pragmatic, heart-centered approach when working with clients. I believe that a good therapeutic outcome is more than just the reduction of symptoms; it must include the cultivation of positive states as well. In other words, feeling less bad is not the same as feeling good."
(413) 992-6704
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"I offer a pragmatic, heart-centered approach when working with clients. I believe that a good therapeutic outcome is more than just the reduction of symptoms; it must include the cultivation of positive states as well. In other words, feeling less bad is not the same as feeling good."
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"I have been working as a therapist since 1997. As a marriage and family therapist, I work with couples, families, as well as individuals."
(617) 682-9194
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"I have been working as a therapist since 1997. As a marriage and family therapist, I work with couples, families, as well as individuals."
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"I work with adults, couples, families, and adolescents on a wide range of challenges including depression, anxiety, poor self image, relationship issues, trauma, and eating disorders. My approach is engaged and interactive, directly focusing on the difficulties that you are facing. Reconnecting with your true self and healing and strengthening your relationships are key elements of our work together. I am a caring and attentive listener and dedicate myself to helping you achieve optimal contentment and peace of mind. My therapeutic approach includes aspects of cognitive therapy, DBT, mindfulness and Buddhist psychology, narrative therapy, and somatic therapy."
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"I work with adults, couples, families, and adolescents on a wide range of challenges including depression, anxiety, poor self image, relationship issues, trauma, and eating disorders. My approach is engaged and interactive, directly focusing on the difficulties that you are facing. Reconnecting with your true self and healing and strengthening your relationships are key elements of our work together. I am a caring and attentive listener and dedicate myself to helping you achieve optimal contentment and peace of mind. My therapeutic approach includes aspects of cognitive therapy, DBT, mindfulness and Buddhist psychology, narrative therapy, and somatic therapy."
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"*EMAIL IS PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD FOR FIRST TIME CLIENTS* Have you been feeling stuck, unmotivated, anxious or depressed? Do you find that events from the past getting in the way of living in the way you would like to be? My role as a psychotherapist is to help you move through these feelings to reach your goals. I cultivate a supportive environment in which, together we can uncover the root cause of your struggles, help you heal from the past and develop skills to help you successfully move forward."
(413) 372-8276
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"*EMAIL IS PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD FOR FIRST TIME CLIENTS* Have you been feeling stuck, unmotivated, anxious or depressed? Do you find that events from the past getting in the way of living in the way you would like to be? My role as a psychotherapist is to help you move through these feelings to reach your goals. I cultivate a supportive environment in which, together we can uncover the root cause of your struggles, help you heal from the past and develop skills to help you successfully move forward."

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