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"Over thirty plus years of experience as a therapist my focus has been on helping people achieve a greater sense of satisfaction in relationships, develop a better self-image, and gain relief from depression and anxiety. In couples therapy my work involves developing an understanding of the strengths and vulnerabilities, hopes and fears which each member of the couple brings to the relationship from their own past experiences, as well as deepening an understanding of what has been happening in the relationship, with the goal of making productive changes in the ways the couple communicates, collaborates, and resolves conflicts."
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"Over thirty plus years of experience as a therapist my focus has been on helping people achieve a greater sense of satisfaction in relationships, develop a better self-image, and gain relief from depression and anxiety. In couples therapy my work involves developing an understanding of the strengths and vulnerabilities, hopes and fears which each member of the couple brings to the relationship from their own past experiences, as well as deepening an understanding of what has been happening in the relationship, with the goal of making productive changes in the ways the couple communicates, collaborates, and resolves conflicts."
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"As a Harvard educated psychotherapist, I have drawn on twenty-five plus years of training and experience to build a multifaceted therapy practice in Cambridge, Ma. I specialize in the treatment of depression and anxiety in adults, adolescents, and couples. Also, I work with clients helping them address relationship and family issues, parenting concerns,and major life transitions. My approach is interactive and supportive and I encourage clients to utilize a wide range of community resources such as health and fitness programs,AA,and career networking groups."
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"As a Harvard educated psychotherapist, I have drawn on twenty-five plus years of training and experience to build a multifaceted therapy practice in Cambridge, Ma. I specialize in the treatment of depression and anxiety in adults, adolescents, and couples. Also, I work with clients helping them address relationship and family issues, parenting concerns,and major life transitions. My approach is interactive and supportive and I encourage clients to utilize a wide range of community resources such as health and fitness programs,AA,and career networking groups."
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"I strive to offer connected, creative, and effective psychotherapy for clients who are working through a life transition, managing anxiety, depression, or other difficulties. I work to build upon an individual's resilience and strengths to help them move forward."
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"I strive to offer connected, creative, and effective psychotherapy for clients who are working through a life transition, managing anxiety, depression, or other difficulties. I work to build upon an individual's resilience and strengths to help them move forward."
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"There are times in life when talking to a psychotherapist is the most helpful and practical way to achieve relief from worry, hopelessness, and confusion. I offer a compassionate and down to earth therapeutic approach providing a safe place for you to develop a deeper understanding of yourself, resolve relationship issues and alleviate symptoms that are standing in the way of a more fulfilling and enjoyable life. My focus is on helping my clients feel free, rather than trapped, and more connected with others so that they can achieve what they hope for in life, work, and relationships."
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"There are times in life when talking to a psychotherapist is the most helpful and practical way to achieve relief from worry, hopelessness, and confusion. I offer a compassionate and down to earth therapeutic approach providing a safe place for you to develop a deeper understanding of yourself, resolve relationship issues and alleviate symptoms that are standing in the way of a more fulfilling and enjoyable life. My focus is on helping my clients feel free, rather than trapped, and more connected with others so that they can achieve what they hope for in life, work, and relationships."
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"I specialize in helping people who have experienced trauma or are going through a life transition. I work primarily with older teenagers, adults, couples, and families. Many of my clients come to me because they are experiencing things like trouble sleeping, anxiety, depression, or stress in their relationships. While I have specific training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), I also have expertise in helping people who may be going through big life changes such as going to college, moving to a new city, getting married, or going through a divorce or break up. "
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"I specialize in helping people who have experienced trauma or are going through a life transition. I work primarily with older teenagers, adults, couples, and families. Many of my clients come to me because they are experiencing things like trouble sleeping, anxiety, depression, or stress in their relationships. While I have specific training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), I also have expertise in helping people who may be going through big life changes such as going to college, moving to a new city, getting married, or going through a divorce or break up. "
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"Psychotherapy offers more than just healing -- it can help us discover new & forgotten strengths, fortify our relationships with ourselves & others, and build satisfying lives. I believe that a trusting and collaborative relationship is at the root of all meaningful work. To that end, I strive to create a warm, non-judgmental and safe space in therapy that facilitates effective partnership between us. We will work together to help you find emotional relief, access your authentic self, cultivate meaningful & healthy relationships and to be an effective advocate for yourself."
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"Psychotherapy offers more than just healing -- it can help us discover new & forgotten strengths, fortify our relationships with ourselves & others, and build satisfying lives. I believe that a trusting and collaborative relationship is at the root of all meaningful work. To that end, I strive to create a warm, non-judgmental and safe space in therapy that facilitates effective partnership between us. We will work together to help you find emotional relief, access your authentic self, cultivate meaningful & healthy relationships and to be an effective advocate for yourself."
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"Fit is key when seeking support. I specialize in working with aspiring, current, and retired performing artists and athletes. Perhaps you are grappling with injury or burnout, looking to tighten or advance your performance, or dealing with a relationship challenge or identity transition. I actively work to maintain a genuine, attentive, and nonjudgmental relational stance. Through a collaborative process, we will clarify your personal values and goals and develop tailored strategies toward those ends."
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"Fit is key when seeking support. I specialize in working with aspiring, current, and retired performing artists and athletes. Perhaps you are grappling with injury or burnout, looking to tighten or advance your performance, or dealing with a relationship challenge or identity transition. I actively work to maintain a genuine, attentive, and nonjudgmental relational stance. Through a collaborative process, we will clarify your personal values and goals and develop tailored strategies toward those ends."
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"People seek psychotherapy for many reasons. You may want to address symptoms of depression, anxiety, or low self-esteem, feelings of distress, vulnerability, or isolation. You may be searching for greater meaning, connection, authenticity, and empowerment in your daily interactions. Therapy can help reveal and change patterns that inhibit or undermine living the life you desire. In a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship, we can create conditions for growth, challenge ways of seeing, process painful experiences, and increase your awareness and acceptance of different parts of yourself."
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"People seek psychotherapy for many reasons. You may want to address symptoms of depression, anxiety, or low self-esteem, feelings of distress, vulnerability, or isolation. You may be searching for greater meaning, connection, authenticity, and empowerment in your daily interactions. Therapy can help reveal and change patterns that inhibit or undermine living the life you desire. In a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship, we can create conditions for growth, challenge ways of seeing, process painful experiences, and increase your awareness and acceptance of different parts of yourself."
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"I am a licensed mental health counselor who provides individual psychotherapy for young people in Harvard Square. My practice originates from my work within public school systems and community based organizations. I have built an expertise in LGBTQ affirmative therapy, with a particular focus on supporting gender-expansive young people, their families, and their schools. I enjoy working with clients of all intersecting racial, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds."
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"I am a licensed mental health counselor who provides individual psychotherapy for young people in Harvard Square. My practice originates from my work within public school systems and community based organizations. I have built an expertise in LGBTQ affirmative therapy, with a particular focus on supporting gender-expansive young people, their families, and their schools. I enjoy working with clients of all intersecting racial, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds."
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"I am a clinical psychologist in Cambridge, Massachusetts practicing intensive, exploratory psychotherapy. I work with clients who recognize their emotional difficulties in living as related to intimate personal issues that they are unable usefully to understand and thus resolve. Psychoanalytically trained at New York University and an Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School, I continue since having lived and practiced in New York City, to teach, supervise, and practice this type of work in the Harvard Square area of Cambridge."
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"I am a clinical psychologist in Cambridge, Massachusetts practicing intensive, exploratory psychotherapy. I work with clients who recognize their emotional difficulties in living as related to intimate personal issues that they are unable usefully to understand and thus resolve. Psychoanalytically trained at New York University and an Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School, I continue since having lived and practiced in New York City, to teach, supervise, and practice this type of work in the Harvard Square area of Cambridge."
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"Hello, and welcome. I provide client-centered psychotherapy, drawing on several theoretical orientations (psychodynamic and relational approaches, as well as mindfulness and skills-based modalities) and always tailoring my approach to the specific needs of each client. I believe that the experience of being deeply understood within a secure and trusting therapeutic relationship is a foundation that supports growth, change, and healing."
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"Hello, and welcome. I provide client-centered psychotherapy, drawing on several theoretical orientations (psychodynamic and relational approaches, as well as mindfulness and skills-based modalities) and always tailoring my approach to the specific needs of each client. I believe that the experience of being deeply understood within a secure and trusting therapeutic relationship is a foundation that supports growth, change, and healing."
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"In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals."
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"In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals."
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"Are you stuck in your life, work and or relationships? I will work with you to get unstuck by supporting you, guiding you, and helping you to connect past and present so you can create a better future.I believe important changes will take place in a relationship with a caring and skilled therapist. Let me use what I've learned in 30+ years as a therapist to help you."
(617) 379-0233
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"Are you stuck in your life, work and or relationships? I will work with you to get unstuck by supporting you, guiding you, and helping you to connect past and present so you can create a better future.I believe important changes will take place in a relationship with a caring and skilled therapist. Let me use what I've learned in 30+ years as a therapist to help you."
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"I sincerely believe that EVERYONE could use a little extra support at some point in their life, and that is especially true now during this pandemic! You do not have to deal with this (or any) stress alone. Together we can create a plan to get you to where you want to be and how you want to feel. You are strong enough to get through anything. I am here to help you find the right path, and make the journey as clear and easy as possible. "
(617) 812-6565
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"I sincerely believe that EVERYONE could use a little extra support at some point in their life, and that is especially true now during this pandemic! You do not have to deal with this (or any) stress alone. Together we can create a plan to get you to where you want to be and how you want to feel. You are strong enough to get through anything. I am here to help you find the right path, and make the journey as clear and easy as possible. "
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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."
(617) 870-0670
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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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"I have 20 years experience working with eating disorders - including Binge Eating Disorder - depression, anxiety and trauma. I treat adults, adolescents and families. I started The Burlington Eating Disorders Center in Vermont in 1991 and have helped many individuals overcome their eating disorders -- I use a team approach with nutritionists, family therapists, PCP's and psychiatrists. I have been a counselor or student affairs officer at several NE colleges including Middlebury College and UVM. I have worked with many survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking and harassment through my former position at the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at Harvard University."
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"I have 20 years experience working with eating disorders - including Binge Eating Disorder - depression, anxiety and trauma. I treat adults, adolescents and families. I started The Burlington Eating Disorders Center in Vermont in 1991 and have helped many individuals overcome their eating disorders -- I use a team approach with nutritionists, family therapists, PCP's and psychiatrists. I have been a counselor or student affairs officer at several NE colleges including Middlebury College and UVM. I have worked with many survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking and harassment through my former position at the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at Harvard University."
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"Coming in for therapy is a courageous and a self compassionate step in itself. I believe in a collaborative approach to therapy and that each person is an expert in their own lives and issues. Sometimes, due to stress, anxiety and other factors out of our control, it can be difficult to see a clear picture of one’s life and see where it is heading. Most of us get stuck in living out patterns that aren't working for us anymore. I help my clients explore, identify and change those patterns to help them live a more fulfilling life. I use social justice perspectives, mindfulness, self compassion, CBT & psychodynamic thinking in my work."
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"Coming in for therapy is a courageous and a self compassionate step in itself. I believe in a collaborative approach to therapy and that each person is an expert in their own lives and issues. Sometimes, due to stress, anxiety and other factors out of our control, it can be difficult to see a clear picture of one’s life and see where it is heading. Most of us get stuck in living out patterns that aren't working for us anymore. I help my clients explore, identify and change those patterns to help them live a more fulfilling life. I use social justice perspectives, mindfulness, self compassion, CBT & psychodynamic thinking in my work."
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"As a counselor/psychotherapist, and licensed clinical psychologist, I have maintained a private practice in the Boston-Cambridge area for more than two decades, seeing adults, young adults, and couples with a range of concerns. In addition to private practice, I have been working with college students at a university counseling center for the past fifteen years. For an overview of my background, and my approach to counseling, please visit my web site - frankmcnamara.org."
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"As a counselor/psychotherapist, and licensed clinical psychologist, I have maintained a private practice in the Boston-Cambridge area for more than two decades, seeing adults, young adults, and couples with a range of concerns. In addition to private practice, I have been working with college students at a university counseling center for the past fifteen years. For an overview of my background, and my approach to counseling, please visit my web site - frankmcnamara.org."
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"I am a psychologist, psychoanalyst, and part time faculty member at Harvard Medical School, and have been in private practice in Harvard Square for 15 years. Most commonly, I work with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma and borderline personality disorder -- from those who are severely affected by these conditions to those in less distress. I am also experienced in working with people with ADHD and learning disabilities, having worked at the Harvard Graduate Student Learning Support Service from 2003 - 2009."
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"I am a psychologist, psychoanalyst, and part time faculty member at Harvard Medical School, and have been in private practice in Harvard Square for 15 years. Most commonly, I work with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma and borderline personality disorder -- from those who are severely affected by these conditions to those in less distress. I am also experienced in working with people with ADHD and learning disabilities, having worked at the Harvard Graduate Student Learning Support Service from 2003 - 2009."
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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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"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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