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"*** Now offering virtual sessions to new patients*** Do you have concerns about your substance use? Are you worried about a loved one with an addiction problem? Are you in recovery & looking to make changes in your life? Are you looking to make changes regarding your relationship with substances? Many of my clients are parents, siblings, spouses or concerned significant others (friends, coworkers, etc) with a primary concern about someone else's well-being. Other clients I see are looking for a therapist who will meet them where they are in trying to change their substance use or assist them in their individual recovery process."
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"*** Now offering virtual sessions to new patients*** Do you have concerns about your substance use? Are you worried about a loved one with an addiction problem? Are you in recovery & looking to make changes in your life? Are you looking to make changes regarding your relationship with substances? Many of my clients are parents, siblings, spouses or concerned significant others (friends, coworkers, etc) with a primary concern about someone else's well-being. Other clients I see are looking for a therapist who will meet them where they are in trying to change their substance use or assist them in their individual recovery process."
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"I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker that specializes in DBT and parent coaching. Sorry, I do not accept any insurance. Private pay only. My primary focus is in DBT, CBT and Addiction and Parent Coaching. I completed both my undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Nevada, Reno. In 2006, I started my professional career working in addiction. In 2010 I began working at Willow Springs Center where I was DBT intensely trained by Dr. Alan Fruzzetti and spent 7 years working with Dr. Fruzzetti to help build a fully adherent DBT youth program. In 2017 I joined the Mclean DBT 3East team."
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"I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker that specializes in DBT and parent coaching. Sorry, I do not accept any insurance. Private pay only. My primary focus is in DBT, CBT and Addiction and Parent Coaching. I completed both my undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Nevada, Reno. In 2006, I started my professional career working in addiction. In 2010 I began working at Willow Springs Center where I was DBT intensely trained by Dr. Alan Fruzzetti and spent 7 years working with Dr. Fruzzetti to help build a fully adherent DBT youth program. In 2017 I joined the Mclean DBT 3East team."
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"I am an experienced clinician of approximately 20 years, with a private practice solely dedicated to work with TEENS, COLLEGE-AGE clients, and YOUNG ADULTS. Not only are these the age groups to which I am most drawn, I find that narrowing services to specific populations allows me to truly focus on and understand the unique needs and challenges of those groups. My style is described as warm, friendly and down-to-earth and I have had a lot of experience and success supporting hesitant and/or first-time clients in counseling/therapy. "
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"I am an experienced clinician of approximately 20 years, with a private practice solely dedicated to work with TEENS, COLLEGE-AGE clients, and YOUNG ADULTS. Not only are these the age groups to which I am most drawn, I find that narrowing services to specific populations allows me to truly focus on and understand the unique needs and challenges of those groups. My style is described as warm, friendly and down-to-earth and I have had a lot of experience and success supporting hesitant and/or first-time clients in counseling/therapy. "
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"I work with children, adolescents, young adults, parents, and families to help overcome a variety of stressors including anxiety, depression, impulse control and executive functioning issues like ADHD/language processing challenges, autism spectrum disorder, blended family struggles, academic challenges (from performance anxiety to IEPs and therapeutic schools), oppositional behaviors, and substance use. My clients describe me as warm, dedicated, and helpful. I tailor my approach to each client or family using an active-listening, strengths-based approach to build a trusting relationship and help clients identify and attain solutions that improve their functioning and relationships."
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"I work with children, adolescents, young adults, parents, and families to help overcome a variety of stressors including anxiety, depression, impulse control and executive functioning issues like ADHD/language processing challenges, autism spectrum disorder, blended family struggles, academic challenges (from performance anxiety to IEPs and therapeutic schools), oppositional behaviors, and substance use. My clients describe me as warm, dedicated, and helpful. I tailor my approach to each client or family using an active-listening, strengths-based approach to build a trusting relationship and help clients identify and attain solutions that improve their functioning and relationships."
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"We all want to be happy. More specifically, most people want to feel effective and confident, especially when it comes to relationships. We want to feel included, appreciated, and loved. Sometimes these things may seem out of reach, or you may be struggling with other challenges that leave you feeling stuck, discouraged, or helpless. Seeking support from someone with expertise relating to the human experience may be just what you need to feel more empowered and in control of your life."
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"We all want to be happy. More specifically, most people want to feel effective and confident, especially when it comes to relationships. We want to feel included, appreciated, and loved. Sometimes these things may seem out of reach, or you may be struggling with other challenges that leave you feeling stuck, discouraged, or helpless. Seeking support from someone with expertise relating to the human experience may be just what you need to feel more empowered and in control of your life."
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"I am an independent Licensed Mental Health Counselor who provides individual psychotherapy for adults and young adults. I have worked with individuals from a diverse range of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, and draw from cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment therapy, relational, narrative, psychodynamic, and mindfulness-based perspectives. My integrative approach to psychotherapy comes from a deep openness to present life experiences. This involves an intentional connection to the present moment, and a cultivation of skills and tools to bring that awareness outside of the therapy room and into everyday life. "
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"I am an independent Licensed Mental Health Counselor who provides individual psychotherapy for adults and young adults. I have worked with individuals from a diverse range of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, and draw from cognitive behavioral, acceptance and commitment therapy, relational, narrative, psychodynamic, and mindfulness-based perspectives. My integrative approach to psychotherapy comes from a deep openness to present life experiences. This involves an intentional connection to the present moment, and a cultivation of skills and tools to bring that awareness outside of the therapy room and into everyday life. "
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""Some days you wake up and immediately start to worry. Nothing in particular is wrong it's just the suspicion that forces are aligning quietly and there will be trouble." - Jenny Holzer. What can begin as a vague worry in our daily lives might quickly grow into something more troublesome. We might put off getting help in the hope that "things will get better on their own," but sometimes things don't. Often the most difficult step in addressing areas of concern is the first."
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""Some days you wake up and immediately start to worry. Nothing in particular is wrong it's just the suspicion that forces are aligning quietly and there will be trouble." - Jenny Holzer. What can begin as a vague worry in our daily lives might quickly grow into something more troublesome. We might put off getting help in the hope that "things will get better on their own," but sometimes things don't. Often the most difficult step in addressing areas of concern is the first."
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"I will help you cope more effectively with anxiety, depression, loneliness, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive behaviors and feelings related to past childhood trauma. My clients describe me as very compassionate, easy to talk to and able to provide just the right kind of insight that allows them to feel better and make profound changes in their lives. I enjoy working with adults and couples of all ages, cultural backgrounds and genders. I have 25 years of experience both inpatient and outpatient and work short-term or longer-term, depending on a client's preference. "
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"I will help you cope more effectively with anxiety, depression, loneliness, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive behaviors and feelings related to past childhood trauma. My clients describe me as very compassionate, easy to talk to and able to provide just the right kind of insight that allows them to feel better and make profound changes in their lives. I enjoy working with adults and couples of all ages, cultural backgrounds and genders. I have 25 years of experience both inpatient and outpatient and work short-term or longer-term, depending on a client's preference. "
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"I do my best work with LGBTQ folks who are in the midst of a big change or transition in their life, and who are looking for a safe and supportive place to both explore, and be challenged to initiate change. My expertise is in helping individuals and families navigate the range of life experiences including: the coming out process, the transition to college, young adult identity exploration, difficulties in long-term relationships, and parenting. I understand the unique complexities you may face at each of these phases and I have spent my career learning to effectively guide you through these important and challenging times."
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"I do my best work with LGBTQ folks who are in the midst of a big change or transition in their life, and who are looking for a safe and supportive place to both explore, and be challenged to initiate change. My expertise is in helping individuals and families navigate the range of life experiences including: the coming out process, the transition to college, young adult identity exploration, difficulties in long-term relationships, and parenting. I understand the unique complexities you may face at each of these phases and I have spent my career learning to effectively guide you through these important and challenging times."
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"In having a better understanding of ourselves we have the opportunity to build blocks to creating a meaningful life. If you are seeking to better understand yourself or your desires, to heal from pain, to accomplish goals, to regain your life, I can help. I encourage patience in your self-understanding as we work together. Therapeutic alliance is important to me. My goal is to establish a collaborative process where there is flexibility, individuality and safety."
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"In having a better understanding of ourselves we have the opportunity to build blocks to creating a meaningful life. If you are seeking to better understand yourself or your desires, to heal from pain, to accomplish goals, to regain your life, I can help. I encourage patience in your self-understanding as we work together. Therapeutic alliance is important to me. My goal is to establish a collaborative process where there is flexibility, individuality and safety."
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"Welcome. I know it can be hard to seek help. I specialize in supporting adolescents and adults who are eager to improve their lives, and the way they act, think and feel. Goals may include the development of healthy boundaries and self-esteem, building an inventory of specific coping strategies, or fulfilling one's dreams and potential. I help individuals take responsibility for their lives: to heal, learn, gain the strength to risk change, and move forward. My goal is to help people blossom into their very best selves. Counseling available at your or my office, or by video/phone."
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"Welcome. I know it can be hard to seek help. I specialize in supporting adolescents and adults who are eager to improve their lives, and the way they act, think and feel. Goals may include the development of healthy boundaries and self-esteem, building an inventory of specific coping strategies, or fulfilling one's dreams and potential. I help individuals take responsibility for their lives: to heal, learn, gain the strength to risk change, and move forward. My goal is to help people blossom into their very best selves. Counseling available at your or my office, or by video/phone."
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"I am a clinical psychologist practicing in Cambridge. I see individuals who are struggling with a range of presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, relationships, grief, trauma, and life transitions. I work in a way that is collaborative, helping people to cope with immediate stressors in their lives and to change patterns of thinking and behavior that keep them stuck. These patterns may reflect adaptations to past experiences and may require exploring thoughts or feelings that have not yet been articulated. Together, we can gain insight into some of these dynamics so that you can begin to make important changes."
(617) 682-7387
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"I am a clinical psychologist practicing in Cambridge. I see individuals who are struggling with a range of presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, relationships, grief, trauma, and life transitions. I work in a way that is collaborative, helping people to cope with immediate stressors in their lives and to change patterns of thinking and behavior that keep them stuck. These patterns may reflect adaptations to past experiences and may require exploring thoughts or feelings that have not yet been articulated. Together, we can gain insight into some of these dynamics so that you can begin to make important changes."
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"The ideal client is focused on understanding what is their issue or the issue identified by those around them. They must be willing to acknowledge that an issue exists and agree to take concrete steps to help themselves or accept help from others."
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"The ideal client is focused on understanding what is their issue or the issue identified by those around them. They must be willing to acknowledge that an issue exists and agree to take concrete steps to help themselves or accept help from others."
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""Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" (-Mary Oliver) Hello! I've had the privilege of providing psychotherapy to clients in the Cambridge-Somerville area for more than 16 years. In my practice I establish a caring, safe environment where clients can feel comfortable exploring their concerns. Whether you are new to therapy or have found therapy to be helpful in the past, I use a collaborative process that respects your comfort level and your goals for treatment. "
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""Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" (-Mary Oliver) Hello! I've had the privilege of providing psychotherapy to clients in the Cambridge-Somerville area for more than 16 years. In my practice I establish a caring, safe environment where clients can feel comfortable exploring their concerns. Whether you are new to therapy or have found therapy to be helpful in the past, I use a collaborative process that respects your comfort level and your goals for treatment. "
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"My practice offers Telehealth! I am a licensed psychologist who provides evidenced based treatment to those looking to make a change in their life. I strive to build a therapeutic relationship with my clients, establish a platform of trust and safety, and explore areas of concern and desired improvement. I specialize in clinical psychology which allows me to incorporate many treatment modalities in order to fit the needs and goals of my clients. My approach has been described as genuine with a warm and nonjudgmental space provided for the client."
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"My practice offers Telehealth! I am a licensed psychologist who provides evidenced based treatment to those looking to make a change in their life. I strive to build a therapeutic relationship with my clients, establish a platform of trust and safety, and explore areas of concern and desired improvement. I specialize in clinical psychology which allows me to incorporate many treatment modalities in order to fit the needs and goals of my clients. My approach has been described as genuine with a warm and nonjudgmental space provided for the client."
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"It can be rather disheartening to expend considerable energy trying to change something and be left with a similar outcome. It is not easy to lead a fulfilling life while being caught in patterns outside of awareness. Psychotherapy gives the opportunity to look inward and ask how a fleeting thought, a dream, or a subtle change may be related to ongoing difficulties. Taking a closer look at something while also being curious during that exploration can open up a greater understanding and lead to meaningful changes."
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"It can be rather disheartening to expend considerable energy trying to change something and be left with a similar outcome. It is not easy to lead a fulfilling life while being caught in patterns outside of awareness. Psychotherapy gives the opportunity to look inward and ask how a fleeting thought, a dream, or a subtle change may be related to ongoing difficulties. Taking a closer look at something while also being curious during that exploration can open up a greater understanding and lead to meaningful changes."
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"My approach is collaborative, respectful, and strengths-based with an emphasis on goodness of fit between client and therapist. I ask new clients to meet once weekly for two consecutive weeks, and then use the third session to discuss how best to go forward."
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"My approach is collaborative, respectful, and strengths-based with an emphasis on goodness of fit between client and therapist. I ask new clients to meet once weekly for two consecutive weeks, and then use the third session to discuss how best to go forward."
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"How do we change? What makes change so difficult? These are vital questions when seeking help with overwhelming life difficulties. As a Harvard trained psychologist and psychoanalyst who both treats people seeking change and teaches other clinicians about such treatment, my focus is on helping my patients improve and deepen personal relationships, become more satisfied and productive in work, change lifelong ways of coping that just aren't working. Change occurs through exploration in a safe and private environment where you can feel understood and where you can creatively discover new ways of addressing old problems."
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"How do we change? What makes change so difficult? These are vital questions when seeking help with overwhelming life difficulties. As a Harvard trained psychologist and psychoanalyst who both treats people seeking change and teaches other clinicians about such treatment, my focus is on helping my patients improve and deepen personal relationships, become more satisfied and productive in work, change lifelong ways of coping that just aren't working. Change occurs through exploration in a safe and private environment where you can feel understood and where you can creatively discover new ways of addressing old problems."
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"I am an experienced clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in clinical practice. I have an empathic, non-judgmental style, and work to gently and clearly understand the feelings and experience of the person who is sitting in front of me. The basis for my work is psychodynamic therapy, a form of "talk therapy" in which the roots of present-day issues are identified by exploring earlier experiences that may be related. Through this processing of early experiences, emotional resolution of the experiences can occur. Through this therapeutic process, my patients live progressively happier, more contented lives."
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"I am an experienced clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience in clinical practice. I have an empathic, non-judgmental style, and work to gently and clearly understand the feelings and experience of the person who is sitting in front of me. The basis for my work is psychodynamic therapy, a form of "talk therapy" in which the roots of present-day issues are identified by exploring earlier experiences that may be related. Through this processing of early experiences, emotional resolution of the experiences can occur. Through this therapeutic process, my patients live progressively happier, more contented lives."
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"I REGRET MY PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL, BUT I AM HAPPY TO INCLUDE YOU ON MY WAITLIST. We can all benefit from understanding ourselves a bit better. I offer a collaborative approach to therapy that emphasizes gaining a better understanding of your own unique emotional experiences, reactions, behaviors and motivations, and exploring how these patterns of responding to your world developed and evolved over time. Together we will sort through what is working and what is not working, replacing unhelpful habits, responses and interpretations with new helpful strategies, and strengthening adaptive skills you may already possess."
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"I REGRET MY PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL, BUT I AM HAPPY TO INCLUDE YOU ON MY WAITLIST. We can all benefit from understanding ourselves a bit better. I offer a collaborative approach to therapy that emphasizes gaining a better understanding of your own unique emotional experiences, reactions, behaviors and motivations, and exploring how these patterns of responding to your world developed and evolved over time. Together we will sort through what is working and what is not working, replacing unhelpful habits, responses and interpretations with new helpful strategies, and strengthening adaptive skills you may already possess."

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