Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"With empathy, deep listening and grounded humor, I help many people to overcome the difficulties they face. I begin with profound respect for how people have learned to cope. I work with people to continue their healing path in a way that makes sense for them by pulling on my understanding of EMDR, trauma, psychodynamic, spirituality and play therapy frameworks. We will work together to understand the roots of your difficulties and your strengths, so we can know how to release you from what blocks you."
(413) 314-3819
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"With empathy, deep listening and grounded humor, I help many people to overcome the difficulties they face. I begin with profound respect for how people have learned to cope. I work with people to continue their healing path in a way that makes sense for them by pulling on my understanding of EMDR, trauma, psychodynamic, spirituality and play therapy frameworks. We will work together to understand the roots of your difficulties and your strengths, so we can know how to release you from what blocks you."
Counselor, LMHC
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"I welcome you to call me about individual, couples or family therapy. I will be glad to talk with you and help you decide if you want to try working with me. I believe you should understand your treatment and feel empowered in therapy. Therefore,I invite you at any time to discuss treatment issues directly with me at any time. I encourage men particularly to consider therapy as an effective method for addressing emotional and relationship problems. If you wish to pay personally, consider the flexibility (including the sliding-fee-scale) available through my coaching arrangements, briefly described below."
(413) 569-8998
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"I welcome you to call me about individual, couples or family therapy. I will be glad to talk with you and help you decide if you want to try working with me. I believe you should understand your treatment and feel empowered in therapy. Therefore,I invite you at any time to discuss treatment issues directly with me at any time. I encourage men particularly to consider therapy as an effective method for addressing emotional and relationship problems. If you wish to pay personally, consider the flexibility (including the sliding-fee-scale) available through my coaching arrangements, briefly described below."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"I think of therapy as a collaboration between you, the patient, and me, the clinician with years of experience helping people achieve their goals. My style is active and explores patterns developed in childhood which have become obstacles to our happiness as adults. I have learned much of my style from theories including narrative therapy where we examine and challenge the different stories we hold that lead to particular feelings. Coping tendencies such as avoidance due to severe anxiety, eating disorders, depressive isolation, impulsive reactivity, can be transformed into healthy patterns with therapy. I often integrate mindfulness into our work."
(413) 423-4683
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"I think of therapy as a collaboration between you, the patient, and me, the clinician with years of experience helping people achieve their goals. My style is active and explores patterns developed in childhood which have become obstacles to our happiness as adults. I have learned much of my style from theories including narrative therapy where we examine and challenge the different stories we hold that lead to particular feelings. Coping tendencies such as avoidance due to severe anxiety, eating disorders, depressive isolation, impulsive reactivity, can be transformed into healthy patterns with therapy. I often integrate mindfulness into our work."
MFA, , SEP
"I specialize in helping people with ADHD and related symptoms bring their mind, heart, and body into alignment--literally to get their self together and live with more freedom. Struggling with self-defeating patterns over time can lead to feeling trapped and hopeless. Repeated experiences of "not living up to potential" might feel like evidence that you will inevitably betray yourself, despite your best intentions and obvious gifts. It becomes easy to conclude that "something's wrong," or that you are somehow "not enough" to cope with a life that is becoming too complicated or going too fast, or both."
"I specialize in helping people with ADHD and related symptoms bring their mind, heart, and body into alignment--literally to get their self together and live with more freedom. Struggling with self-defeating patterns over time can lead to feeling trapped and hopeless. Repeated experiences of "not living up to potential" might feel like evidence that you will inevitably betray yourself, despite your best intentions and obvious gifts. It becomes easy to conclude that "something's wrong," or that you are somehow "not enough" to cope with a life that is becoming too complicated or going too fast, or both."
Psychologist, PhD
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"I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families; adults, children, and adolescents. I specialize in treating posttraumatic stress, anxiety, and depression. My work is dedicated to helping people through stressful circumstances and changing self-defeating habits; also helping people to handle difficult transitions-divorce, grief, trauma, career and financial change. You may be stuck, but you are not broken. I whole-heartedly believe that we all have the capacity to liberate ourselves from unhealthy patterns, to heal, and to grow. I am deeply honored to help people on this journey."
(413) 566-7414
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"I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families; adults, children, and adolescents. I specialize in treating posttraumatic stress, anxiety, and depression. My work is dedicated to helping people through stressful circumstances and changing self-defeating habits; also helping people to handle difficult transitions-divorce, grief, trauma, career and financial change. You may be stuck, but you are not broken. I whole-heartedly believe that we all have the capacity to liberate ourselves from unhealthy patterns, to heal, and to grow. I am deeply honored to help people on this journey."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"Talking with someone who listens respectfully and skillfully helps people make positive changes in their lives. I am experienced in helping people change habits to improve their health; build stronger, more satisfying relationships; overcome fears that hold them back; come to terms with loss and grow more emotionally resilient."
(413) 337-1518
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"Talking with someone who listens respectfully and skillfully helps people make positive changes in their lives. I am experienced in helping people change habits to improve their health; build stronger, more satisfying relationships; overcome fears that hold them back; come to terms with loss and grow more emotionally resilient."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"There are times in all of our lives when we need extra support to face challenges, manage transitions and overcome adversities. As a caring and compassionate therapist I am committed to helping you explore the issues that may be holding you back and helping you uncover the innate potential within you to thrive and succeed. I have a great deal of experience helping clients overcome depression, anxiety, trauma histories, low self-esteem, addictions and dysfunctional relationship patterns. I bring a wide variety of both professional and personal experience to my clinical work and believe in the strength and resilience of the human spirit."
(413) 923-7753
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"There are times in all of our lives when we need extra support to face challenges, manage transitions and overcome adversities. As a caring and compassionate therapist I am committed to helping you explore the issues that may be holding you back and helping you uncover the innate potential within you to thrive and succeed. I have a great deal of experience helping clients overcome depression, anxiety, trauma histories, low self-esteem, addictions and dysfunctional relationship patterns. I bring a wide variety of both professional and personal experience to my clinical work and believe in the strength and resilience of the human spirit."
Counselor, ATR-BC, LMHC, RYT
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"Within the safe space of Studio #7, you will find support, encouragement and guidance to connect and nurture your own creativity and inner wisdom. My approach can help you develop healing, self awareness, creativity, flow and intuition through practices encompassing "body, mind, and spirit". Part of my commitment to expand the powerful and profound practice of art therapy and yoga is to offer more opportunities for you to continue or maybe just start on your path of healing to bring more joy and creativity into your life."
(978) 558-4719
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"Within the safe space of Studio #7, you will find support, encouragement and guidance to connect and nurture your own creativity and inner wisdom. My approach can help you develop healing, self awareness, creativity, flow and intuition through practices encompassing "body, mind, and spirit". Part of my commitment to expand the powerful and profound practice of art therapy and yoga is to offer more opportunities for you to continue or maybe just start on your path of healing to bring more joy and creativity into your life."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
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"You want a therapist who works well with the problem(s) you are having. I have 35 years experience and am proficient with relationship problems and loss, workplace problems, and emotional turmoil. I am particularly interested in challenges to self-fulfillment. We meet initially to understand the key problems and strengths you bring and the goals and directions for our work. I've taught brief and long term psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and trained students and professional therapists for Smith College School for Social Work and at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC."
(413) 366-1943
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"You want a therapist who works well with the problem(s) you are having. I have 35 years experience and am proficient with relationship problems and loss, workplace problems, and emotional turmoil. I am particularly interested in challenges to self-fulfillment. We meet initially to understand the key problems and strengths you bring and the goals and directions for our work. I've taught brief and long term psychotherapy, crisis intervention, and trained students and professional therapists for Smith College School for Social Work and at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC."
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC
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"ACCEPTING NEW INDIVIDUAL PATIENTS AND COUPLES Everyone comes to therapy for different reasons. It may be difficulties with friends, or with family, or not being able to get things done at work, or feeling depressed or immobilized with anxiety. I work with people to identify whatever it is that's getting in the way, and to develop strategies, skills, and resources that will get you to the point where you're no longer limited by those obstacles."
(413) 628-1084
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"ACCEPTING NEW INDIVIDUAL PATIENTS AND COUPLES Everyone comes to therapy for different reasons. It may be difficulties with friends, or with family, or not being able to get things done at work, or feeling depressed or immobilized with anxiety. I work with people to identify whatever it is that's getting in the way, and to develop strategies, skills, and resources that will get you to the point where you're no longer limited by those obstacles."
Counselor, MA, LMHC
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"I am interested in working in depth to help clients understand themselves so they can find a more genuine and integrated way of living and relating to others. I strive to help clients learn how to develop better relationships with themselves and their environments, personally and professionally, by investigating the interpersonal dynamics both in and out of the treatment room. My approach is oriented towards curiosity and self-reflection. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative effort between therapist and client, and encourage feedback regarding the direction and progress of our therapeutic sessions."
(413) 342-1918
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"I am interested in working in depth to help clients understand themselves so they can find a more genuine and integrated way of living and relating to others. I strive to help clients learn how to develop better relationships with themselves and their environments, personally and professionally, by investigating the interpersonal dynamics both in and out of the treatment room. My approach is oriented towards curiosity and self-reflection. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative effort between therapist and client, and encourage feedback regarding the direction and progress of our therapeutic sessions."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"In my work as a therapist, I strive to help people explore the stories that have brought them to the present moment. Often, these stories (personal, familial, cultural, and more) operate in our lives as unconscious scripts, shaping patterns of behavior, beliefs, and ways of relating to others and to ourselves. Sometimes these patterns can create pain, fear, or a feeling of being stuck, and often this is when a person might seek therapy. My intention is to meet each person and their complex stories with warmth, respect, and a deep curiosity about what shows up emotionally and somatically."
(413) 497-7100
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"In my work as a therapist, I strive to help people explore the stories that have brought them to the present moment. Often, these stories (personal, familial, cultural, and more) operate in our lives as unconscious scripts, shaping patterns of behavior, beliefs, and ways of relating to others and to ourselves. Sometimes these patterns can create pain, fear, or a feeling of being stuck, and often this is when a person might seek therapy. My intention is to meet each person and their complex stories with warmth, respect, and a deep curiosity about what shows up emotionally and somatically."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"I am a therapist working in private practice in Northampton who specializes in working with children, adolescents and adults. The breadth of my work has included issues related to anxiety, depression, trauma, stress management as well as family and social/peer relationships. I also offer support and consultation to parents who might need guidance in understanding their child's mental health and developmental needs as well as helping parents navigate through life's transitions."
(413) 623-3280
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"I am a therapist working in private practice in Northampton who specializes in working with children, adolescents and adults. The breadth of my work has included issues related to anxiety, depression, trauma, stress management as well as family and social/peer relationships. I also offer support and consultation to parents who might need guidance in understanding their child's mental health and developmental needs as well as helping parents navigate through life's transitions."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
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"I focus on empowering people to connect with their values and strengths and to heal and grow through challenges. You may be suffering with stress in a relationship, school, or work. You may be transitioning through a difficult stage of life, or wrestling with issues of identity. You may feel stuck in old patterns that hold you back while you are yearning to move forward. Drawing on mindfulness-based practice, informed especially by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, I offer a compassionate, nonjudgmental and collaborative approach to psychotherapy."
(413) 429-4885
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"I focus on empowering people to connect with their values and strengths and to heal and grow through challenges. You may be suffering with stress in a relationship, school, or work. You may be transitioning through a difficult stage of life, or wrestling with issues of identity. You may feel stuck in old patterns that hold you back while you are yearning to move forward. Drawing on mindfulness-based practice, informed especially by Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, I offer a compassionate, nonjudgmental and collaborative approach to psychotherapy."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"I work with people struggling with depression, anxiety, stage of life changes and relationship issues. I believe that therapy can be a very powerful tool at times in our lives when we are needing extra support. I can help people to create more fulfilling and satisfying lives and help them to navigate through challenging periods. I work individually with adults using psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness based methods."
(718) 577-2379
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"I work with people struggling with depression, anxiety, stage of life changes and relationship issues. I believe that therapy can be a very powerful tool at times in our lives when we are needing extra support. I can help people to create more fulfilling and satisfying lives and help them to navigate through challenging periods. I work individually with adults using psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness based methods."
Counselor, MA, LMHC
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"Hello, I am a Somatic Psychotherapist specializing in body-based healing. I have 15+ years of clinical experience working with many populations and diagnoses. More recently, I have focused mostly on women dealing with aging, body-image and relationship issues and trauma-integration. I also offer couples therapy and am open to and have experience working with men and teens. I support people who are dealing with chronic pain and/or integrating spiritual awakenings. Sessions may incorporate mindfulness, role-playing, increasing awareness of breath/sensations, exploring movements, postures, and gestures or other imaginative expression -- all depending on the clients' level of comfort."
(413) 863-6681
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"Hello, I am a Somatic Psychotherapist specializing in body-based healing. I have 15+ years of clinical experience working with many populations and diagnoses. More recently, I have focused mostly on women dealing with aging, body-image and relationship issues and trauma-integration. I also offer couples therapy and am open to and have experience working with men and teens. I support people who are dealing with chronic pain and/or integrating spiritual awakenings. Sessions may incorporate mindfulness, role-playing, increasing awareness of breath/sensations, exploring movements, postures, and gestures or other imaginative expression -- all depending on the clients' level of comfort."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, SEP
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"As a Marriage and Family Therapist I have almost thirty years of experience with couples, with child-centered issues, parenting, and divorce related issues. My other area of special interest is deep individual therapy, including self concept work, negotiating life transitions, treatment of depression and anxiety, and healing from trauma and abuse. The authentic therapeutic relationship is at the heart of all of my work with my clients."
(413) 206-2070
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"As a Marriage and Family Therapist I have almost thirty years of experience with couples, with child-centered issues, parenting, and divorce related issues. My other area of special interest is deep individual therapy, including self concept work, negotiating life transitions, treatment of depression and anxiety, and healing from trauma and abuse. The authentic therapeutic relationship is at the heart of all of my work with my clients."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSAC, LCSW, LICSW
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"I attended Gallaudet University where I earned my master's degree in social work specializing in work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. I'm a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the state of Massachusetts. I work from a Strengths Perspective utilizing traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I specialize in work with adults struggling to manage a wide range of issues, particularly anxiety and depression. Self-Compassion is a central focus that I bring to my work with individuals. Much of the work I do with clients is based in Mindfulness."
(413) 835-1299
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"I attended Gallaudet University where I earned my master's degree in social work specializing in work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. I'm a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the state of Massachusetts. I work from a Strengths Perspective utilizing traditional Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I specialize in work with adults struggling to manage a wide range of issues, particularly anxiety and depression. Self-Compassion is a central focus that I bring to my work with individuals. Much of the work I do with clients is based in Mindfulness."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LICSW
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"Cancer and other serious medical conditions can cause grief, trauma, depression, anxiety and insomnia. These can also occur unrelated to serious illness, but all can be managed effectively with a customized therapy approach and a supportive therapeutic alliance. I began as an oncology social worker at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, served as the director of psychosocial services at Hospice/VNA Alliance and have been providing therapy since 1988. I teach social work at Westfield State University and you may want to check out my textbook: Grief and loss: Theories and skills for the helping professions. (Pearson, 2012)."
(413) 418-3193
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"Cancer and other serious medical conditions can cause grief, trauma, depression, anxiety and insomnia. These can also occur unrelated to serious illness, but all can be managed effectively with a customized therapy approach and a supportive therapeutic alliance. I began as an oncology social worker at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, served as the director of psychosocial services at Hospice/VNA Alliance and have been providing therapy since 1988. I teach social work at Westfield State University and you may want to check out my textbook: Grief and loss: Theories and skills for the helping professions. (Pearson, 2012)."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, RYT
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"I have been a psychotherapist for over 30 years. I have been trained in numerous modalities including CBT, DBT, and trauma focused treatment. I enjoy working with children and adults suffering from the symptoms of anxiety and mood disorders. I am also a 500 hr. Registered Yoga Teacher. Together with my clients, I create a customized treatment plan that often includes Cognitive Behavioral Techniques and mindfulness /Yoga skills. The approach is often remarkably successful in treating sleep problems, anxiety, depression, trauma and loss."
(914) 618-5939
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"I have been a psychotherapist for over 30 years. I have been trained in numerous modalities including CBT, DBT, and trauma focused treatment. I enjoy working with children and adults suffering from the symptoms of anxiety and mood disorders. I am also a 500 hr. Registered Yoga Teacher. Together with my clients, I create a customized treatment plan that often includes Cognitive Behavioral Techniques and mindfulness /Yoga skills. The approach is often remarkably successful in treating sleep problems, anxiety, depression, trauma and loss."

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