Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MEd, LICSW
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"Doing clinical social work for over 35 years, including 13 years in private practice, continues to be a moving experience for me. I have a generalist practice, working primarily with individual adults. I see people with a wide range of problems caused by the intrinsic changes and challenges of living life and being human."
(413) 485-7797
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"Doing clinical social work for over 35 years, including 13 years in private practice, continues to be a moving experience for me. I have a generalist practice, working primarily with individual adults. I see people with a wide range of problems caused by the intrinsic changes and challenges of living life and being human."
Veronica Cooke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I believe therapy can help you turn challenges into opportunities of growth. I offer a seasoned experience that meets you where you are, acknowledges your unique needs, and works to remove the obstacles that keep you from being your best self. With sensitivity and compassion, you will discover deeper connection in your relationships. Together we build on your strengths, finding effective ways to achieve your goals, and discover how to sustain your progress even during stressful times. I have a comprehensive approach that is grounded in theory, practice, caring, and common sense."
(617) 858-6239
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"Welcome! I believe therapy can help you turn challenges into opportunities of growth. I offer a seasoned experience that meets you where you are, acknowledges your unique needs, and works to remove the obstacles that keep you from being your best self. With sensitivity and compassion, you will discover deeper connection in your relationships. Together we build on your strengths, finding effective ways to achieve your goals, and discover how to sustain your progress even during stressful times. I have a comprehensive approach that is grounded in theory, practice, caring, and common sense."
Ben Weiss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that therapy unfolds differently for everyone. Where for some, the process is about acknowledging painful aspects of life, for others it is about developing coping skills so that the painful aspects of life cease to be so overwhelming. Because of this variation, I offer a therapy relationship that is open and attentive. I balance being empathic and challenging, because ultimately good therapy is about feeling supported in making positive life changes."
(413) 341-6965
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"I believe that therapy unfolds differently for everyone. Where for some, the process is about acknowledging painful aspects of life, for others it is about developing coping skills so that the painful aspects of life cease to be so overwhelming. Because of this variation, I offer a therapy relationship that is open and attentive. I balance being empathic and challenging, because ultimately good therapy is about feeling supported in making positive life changes."
Sara Tyler LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Ross W. Hackerson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals, couples and families looking for peace, understanding, safety and connection in their lives. Whether the difficulty and pain you experience comes from trauma, neglect, abandonment or relationship conflict I believe you have the capacity and right to heal, feel good and live a good life; and that you can! I've worked with people recovering from childhood neglect, sexual and emotional abuse and the lack of connection that comes from preoccupied, distant, disconnected and or self absorbed parents and find every one can heal. Intensives are very beneficial for couples in conflict."
(413) 251-1461
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"I work with individuals, couples and families looking for peace, understanding, safety and connection in their lives. Whether the difficulty and pain you experience comes from trauma, neglect, abandonment or relationship conflict I believe you have the capacity and right to heal, feel good and live a good life; and that you can! I've worked with people recovering from childhood neglect, sexual and emotional abuse and the lack of connection that comes from preoccupied, distant, disconnected and or self absorbed parents and find every one can heal. Intensives are very beneficial for couples in conflict."
Tetty Gorfine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life is hard and life can be beautiful. Your symptoms perfectly reflect your distress. Gentleness, curiosity and developing awareness create a foundation for healing. Life need not be situations and feelings that keep repeating. I work to create positive ways of relating to yourself and others. Real change is possible with respect, courage and an open heart. I am not a managed care therapist - my commitment is to lasting change. I work with heterosexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, and queer individuals and couples. I also specialize in working with end of life, grief and loss and deaf and hard of hearing."
(413) 206-9996
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"Life is hard and life can be beautiful. Your symptoms perfectly reflect your distress. Gentleness, curiosity and developing awareness create a foundation for healing. Life need not be situations and feelings that keep repeating. I work to create positive ways of relating to yourself and others. Real change is possible with respect, courage and an open heart. I am not a managed care therapist - my commitment is to lasting change. I work with heterosexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, and queer individuals and couples. I also specialize in working with end of life, grief and loss and deaf and hard of hearing."
Mark A Karpel, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
(413) 650-6104 x2
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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."
Jennifer Wuest, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! It takes courage to be open and honest with a new therapist. I can help if you are struggling with your mood, feeling irritable, overwhelmed, sad or scared. If you are a bit impulsive, perhaps lapsing into old behaviors of which you are less than proud then I'd love to meet you. I am calm, kind, caring and nonjudgmental but also very practical and helpful in concrete ways ."
(203) 544-2925
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"Welcome! It takes courage to be open and honest with a new therapist. I can help if you are struggling with your mood, feeling irritable, overwhelmed, sad or scared. If you are a bit impulsive, perhaps lapsing into old behaviors of which you are less than proud then I'd love to meet you. I am calm, kind, caring and nonjudgmental but also very practical and helpful in concrete ways ."
Tamara Barbasch, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
(413) 687-3164
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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."
Yuki Kawaguchi, Counselor
Counselor, LMFT, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Stephanie Agnew, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"*** MY PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL AND I AM NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME.*** Our mental health and well-being are central to our overall happiness. Whether it is a relatively small hiccup or a major disruption, the events of our daily lives impact our moods, and I believe that talking openly and being truly heard are the best ways of reaching internal resolution and acceptance in order to get back to a place of contentment."
(413) 207-9734
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"*** MY PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL AND I AM NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME.*** Our mental health and well-being are central to our overall happiness. Whether it is a relatively small hiccup or a major disruption, the events of our daily lives impact our moods, and I believe that talking openly and being truly heard are the best ways of reaching internal resolution and acceptance in order to get back to a place of contentment."
Nick Boutros, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My job is to help you uncover the strength, wisdom, and drive to survive (and hopefully thrive) in the life you want. I specialize in therapeutic hypnosis techniques, mindfulness based therapies, and work with LGBTQ folks. I also provide humanistic talk therapy. Generally, I help people get unstuck, and help people find the resources they didn't realize or forgot they had. In my work, I generally find people often have more going for them--more skills, wisdom and inner strength--than they're aware of. I help people discover what they didn't know they had and help build from there. "
(413) 650-6894
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"My job is to help you uncover the strength, wisdom, and drive to survive (and hopefully thrive) in the life you want. I specialize in therapeutic hypnosis techniques, mindfulness based therapies, and work with LGBTQ folks. I also provide humanistic talk therapy. Generally, I help people get unstuck, and help people find the resources they didn't realize or forgot they had. In my work, I generally find people often have more going for them--more skills, wisdom and inner strength--than they're aware of. I help people discover what they didn't know they had and help build from there. "
Rosenthal Beverly, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PPS, CATC-IV
Verified by Psychology Today
"Congratulations. Taking initiative to seek therapy is a sign of health as well as an investment in self-care, and wholeness. Our mind can affect every aspect of our health. Exploring a therapeutic option is an important step in gaining motivation to explore your potential. Therapy can help facilitate growth as well as developing skills to manage and cope. I am not able to accept new clients presently. Thank you "
(805) 876-9133
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"Congratulations. Taking initiative to seek therapy is a sign of health as well as an investment in self-care, and wholeness. Our mind can affect every aspect of our health. Exploring a therapeutic option is an important step in gaining motivation to explore your potential. Therapy can help facilitate growth as well as developing skills to manage and cope. I am not able to accept new clients presently. Thank you "
Betsy Ferber, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist
Verified by Psychology Today
"For twenty years, I’ve worked with individuals and couples on issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship problems, spiritual deadlocks, problems relating to abusive histories, and sexual identity. Helping people work through these difficult experiences has given me a great respect for both the strength and vulnerability of the human spirit. I've learned how to help create a safe environment in which courage and resiliency can thrive. In my experience, clients who enter therapy with a willingness to explore the places where they are stuck, afraid, or confused are very likely to grow and heal in therapy."
(413) 206-9949
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"For twenty years, I’ve worked with individuals and couples on issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship problems, spiritual deadlocks, problems relating to abusive histories, and sexual identity. Helping people work through these difficult experiences has given me a great respect for both the strength and vulnerability of the human spirit. I've learned how to help create a safe environment in which courage and resiliency can thrive. In my experience, clients who enter therapy with a willingness to explore the places where they are stuck, afraid, or confused are very likely to grow and heal in therapy."
Ron Delamater, Psychologist
Psychologist, Ph.D
Verified by Psychology Today
"Mental health difficulties often arise in the context of an absence of close interpersonal relationships. Symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, and severe, persistent mental illness can be successfully treated through improvements in one’s capacity to develop and maintain adaptive, healthy interpersonal connections and engagement in meaningful and enjoyable activities. I have more than 33 years of practicing clinical psychology. In addition to my private practice (which is limited to evening and weekend hours), I have worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs since 1985. I received my Ph.D. in Psychology in 1986. "
(413) 961-5605
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"Mental health difficulties often arise in the context of an absence of close interpersonal relationships. Symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, and severe, persistent mental illness can be successfully treated through improvements in one’s capacity to develop and maintain adaptive, healthy interpersonal connections and engagement in meaningful and enjoyable activities. I have more than 33 years of practicing clinical psychology. In addition to my private practice (which is limited to evening and weekend hours), I have worked for the Department of Veterans Affairs since 1985. I received my Ph.D. in Psychology in 1986. "
Mary M Stanton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My ideal clients are adult individuals and couples who are looking for support to identify and sort out the challenges that they are experiencing. Depression, anxiety and emotional dysregulation are some of the issues that I can help address. My approach is eclectic and always strength based. It is an honor to collaborate with individuals and couples as they gain insight and understanding along with the tools they need to move through their current life challenges. "
(413) 586-1566
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"My ideal clients are adult individuals and couples who are looking for support to identify and sort out the challenges that they are experiencing. Depression, anxiety and emotional dysregulation are some of the issues that I can help address. My approach is eclectic and always strength based. It is an honor to collaborate with individuals and couples as they gain insight and understanding along with the tools they need to move through their current life challenges. "
Psychologist, NCSP, Lic, Ed, Psych
"I am trained in EMDR for relief of trauma and both behavioral and psychodynamic/talking therapies which emphasize positive habits, good health and personal insight. Any change starts from within and sometimes we all need another perspective to grasp the whole picture so that problems or obstacles can be sensibly, sensitively and effectively handled. I work from a strengths-based orientation whereby the talents, skills, and interests can be identified. So we go from there, to where the individual learns to utilize those strengths in resolving problems, conflicts, stressors as well as finding sources of comfort, competence and confidence."
(413) 642-2323
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"I am trained in EMDR for relief of trauma and both behavioral and psychodynamic/talking therapies which emphasize positive habits, good health and personal insight. Any change starts from within and sometimes we all need another perspective to grasp the whole picture so that problems or obstacles can be sensibly, sensitively and effectively handled. I work from a strengths-based orientation whereby the talents, skills, and interests can be identified. So we go from there, to where the individual learns to utilize those strengths in resolving problems, conflicts, stressors as well as finding sources of comfort, competence and confidence."
Sarah K Abel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Heather Frechette, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with adult and geriatric individuals who are experiencing a disconnect from valued living and may also be facing struggles with depression, trauma, anxiety, relationship problems, addiction, and strenuous life adjustments. I place high value on developing a meaningful connection in the therapeutic relationship to identify barriers and facilitate real change and growth. My focus within the therapy setting is client-centered, and I strive to provide psychotherapy that is informed by current multiculturally competent practices."
(413) 207-9326
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"I work with adult and geriatric individuals who are experiencing a disconnect from valued living and may also be facing struggles with depression, trauma, anxiety, relationship problems, addiction, and strenuous life adjustments. I place high value on developing a meaningful connection in the therapeutic relationship to identify barriers and facilitate real change and growth. My focus within the therapy setting is client-centered, and I strive to provide psychotherapy that is informed by current multiculturally competent practices."
Ron Freshley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My fascination and challenge with being a psychotherapist is to deeply appreciate how each individual client is unique, and comes to me with a special world view and need to change. My task is to determine how this uniqueness can be addressed, enhanced, and empowered, so that each client feels greater satisfaction about him/her-self, and can connect with her/his resilience in overcoming obstacles to self-fulfillment. My therapeutic perspective draws from person-centered (Rogerian) psychotherapy, experiential focusing, family systems therapy, and psycho-drama and Gestalt approaches. I see individuals, couples, and families."
(413) 241-5725
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"My fascination and challenge with being a psychotherapist is to deeply appreciate how each individual client is unique, and comes to me with a special world view and need to change. My task is to determine how this uniqueness can be addressed, enhanced, and empowered, so that each client feels greater satisfaction about him/her-self, and can connect with her/his resilience in overcoming obstacles to self-fulfillment. My therapeutic perspective draws from person-centered (Rogerian) psychotherapy, experiential focusing, family systems therapy, and psycho-drama and Gestalt approaches. I see individuals, couples, and families."

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