Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MTS, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide psychotherapy to adults in a thoughtful, warm, compassionate atmosphere. I treat a spectrum of issues ranging from the commonly practical to the loftily complex, including trauma, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief, loss, calamity, sexuality, gender, LGBTQ, family, relationships, marriage, individuation, infertility, personality, identity, existential and spiritual confusion. My therapeutic approach is rooted in psychodynamic and contemplative theories of human development, function, and dysfunction. I am dedicated to helping my clients grow through their issues in a safe, comfortable, confidential space."
(617) 519-1806
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"I provide psychotherapy to adults in a thoughtful, warm, compassionate atmosphere. I treat a spectrum of issues ranging from the commonly practical to the loftily complex, including trauma, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief, loss, calamity, sexuality, gender, LGBTQ, family, relationships, marriage, individuation, infertility, personality, identity, existential and spiritual confusion. My therapeutic approach is rooted in psychodynamic and contemplative theories of human development, function, and dysfunction. I am dedicated to helping my clients grow through their issues in a safe, comfortable, confidential space."
Winifred Hentschel, Psychologist
Psychologist, EdD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help people who are overwhelmed by indecision and uncompleted projects, and who have difficulty structuring time, "getting going" and coping with important life issues and decisions. Procrastination and trouble initiating action steps can cause or exacerbate mood disorders, and are endemic to ADHD and executive functioning vulnerabilities. I help my clients set realistic expectations, become more organized, achieve goals and ultimately improve their mood and life."
(617) 934-7910
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"I help people who are overwhelmed by indecision and uncompleted projects, and who have difficulty structuring time, "getting going" and coping with important life issues and decisions. Procrastination and trouble initiating action steps can cause or exacerbate mood disorders, and are endemic to ADHD and executive functioning vulnerabilities. I help my clients set realistic expectations, become more organized, achieve goals and ultimately improve their mood and life."
Guillemette Caron-Simmers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
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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."
(617) 396-7159
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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."
Aaronson Y Chew, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life gets hard at times with increasing demands and a finite amount of resources. As creatures of habit, we tend to get stuck in what seems like a never-ending cycle. My clients come to me with a desire for REAL change. They may be managing long-standing mental health problems and/or new and chronic medical conditions. They also seek to improve their relationships and find out what makes their life worth living. In the end, my clients appreciate introspection and understanding the past, but believe that actual concrete change is needed. "
(857) 226-3358
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"Life gets hard at times with increasing demands and a finite amount of resources. As creatures of habit, we tend to get stuck in what seems like a never-ending cycle. My clients come to me with a desire for REAL change. They may be managing long-standing mental health problems and/or new and chronic medical conditions. They also seek to improve their relationships and find out what makes their life worth living. In the end, my clients appreciate introspection and understanding the past, but believe that actual concrete change is needed. "
Paulomi Davé-Potter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am passionate about helping working families, young adults, and women learn how to manage the stresses of daily life. Whether it's ongoing depression, anxiety, parenting struggles, health issues, job-related stress, school issues, addiction, or difficult behaviors in children and adolescents; I believe you can overcome these challenges and live a full and rewarding life. I approach your problems with curiosity and kindness as I believe you are the expert on your own experience. I will work with you to help guide you, learn new tools, and make positive choices that fit for you, your family, and your life."
(339) 674-6028
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"I am passionate about helping working families, young adults, and women learn how to manage the stresses of daily life. Whether it's ongoing depression, anxiety, parenting struggles, health issues, job-related stress, school issues, addiction, or difficult behaviors in children and adolescents; I believe you can overcome these challenges and live a full and rewarding life. I approach your problems with curiosity and kindness as I believe you are the expert on your own experience. I will work with you to help guide you, learn new tools, and make positive choices that fit for you, your family, and your life."
Abigail McNally, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Dr. Abigail McNally is a licensed psychologist, a psychoanalyst, a faculty member of the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis, and a former Instructor at Harvard Medical School and Smith College. Trained in psychoanalysis, psychodynamic therapy, DBT, and psychotherapy integration, Dr. McNally specializes in long-term, intensive treatments with individuals looking to make deep and lasting changes in the ways they approach love, work, and play. With a warm, compassionate, flexible, and active approach, her work reflects utmost respect and humility for the complexity of the human condition. "
(617) 307-4791
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"Dr. Abigail McNally is a licensed psychologist, a psychoanalyst, a faculty member of the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis, and a former Instructor at Harvard Medical School and Smith College. Trained in psychoanalysis, psychodynamic therapy, DBT, and psychotherapy integration, Dr. McNally specializes in long-term, intensive treatments with individuals looking to make deep and lasting changes in the ways they approach love, work, and play. With a warm, compassionate, flexible, and active approach, her work reflects utmost respect and humility for the complexity of the human condition. "
Rosanne Wild, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have 20yrs of experience treating clients for a diversity of issues. I pursue skills and training to provide the best care and information so my clients can make and sustain the changes they need to live life better. Sometimes our work together is about healing, sometimes it is about building resiliency or reaching life goals. What I so often see when I first meet people is the difficulty of an individual or family system adjusting to major life transitions and overwhelming events. Even desired changes can have a way of overwhelming us and creating crises we didn't anticipate."
(704) 870-4536
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"I have 20yrs of experience treating clients for a diversity of issues. I pursue skills and training to provide the best care and information so my clients can make and sustain the changes they need to live life better. Sometimes our work together is about healing, sometimes it is about building resiliency or reaching life goals. What I so often see when I first meet people is the difficulty of an individual or family system adjusting to major life transitions and overwhelming events. Even desired changes can have a way of overwhelming us and creating crises we didn't anticipate."
Sarai Logue, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Seeking out therapy is a courageous and hopeful act, and I commend you for taking the first steps. I welcome you into a warm and collaborative therapeutic relationship where we can non-judgmentally examine barriers to creating the life you want to live. Building the awareness of what's holding you back unlocks the potential to move forward. I utilize an eclectic approach to guide, support, coach and encourage you along the way, assuring that you are not alone in the process. I specialize in treatment of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and other emotional issues that interfere with self-acceptance."
(857) 598-5399
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"Seeking out therapy is a courageous and hopeful act, and I commend you for taking the first steps. I welcome you into a warm and collaborative therapeutic relationship where we can non-judgmentally examine barriers to creating the life you want to live. Building the awareness of what's holding you back unlocks the potential to move forward. I utilize an eclectic approach to guide, support, coach and encourage you along the way, assuring that you are not alone in the process. I specialize in treatment of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and other emotional issues that interfere with self-acceptance."
Angela Kaloudis, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I help clients gain awareness of their emotions and unhelpful behaviors that often result in isolation and disconnection. I believe that together we can learn how to approach any discomfort with emotions in a present-focused and non-judgmental manner in order to fuel connection and compassion. I have experience in treating individuals (aged 14+) with eating disorders, body image issues, addictions and co-occurring diagnoses such as PTSD, depression, and anxiety. To me, the therapeutic relationship is central in helping clients to trust the process; I offer a non-judgmental environment that helps clients to feel supported and empowered."
(617) 648-5824
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"I help clients gain awareness of their emotions and unhelpful behaviors that often result in isolation and disconnection. I believe that together we can learn how to approach any discomfort with emotions in a present-focused and non-judgmental manner in order to fuel connection and compassion. I have experience in treating individuals (aged 14+) with eating disorders, body image issues, addictions and co-occurring diagnoses such as PTSD, depression, and anxiety. To me, the therapeutic relationship is central in helping clients to trust the process; I offer a non-judgmental environment that helps clients to feel supported and empowered."
Marta I Casas, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an experienced licensed psychotherapist in private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I provide individual psychotherapy to adults that consult for emotional and relational struggles that stem from past traumatic experiences, depression, anxiety, and dissociation, as well as people with ongoing stress related to experiences of immigration, relocation and life transitions in general. My office is conveniently located between Harvard and Central Square in Cambridge."
(617) 648-5564
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"I am an experienced licensed psychotherapist in private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I provide individual psychotherapy to adults that consult for emotional and relational struggles that stem from past traumatic experiences, depression, anxiety, and dissociation, as well as people with ongoing stress related to experiences of immigration, relocation and life transitions in general. My office is conveniently located between Harvard and Central Square in Cambridge."
Debra Gustafson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, EdM
Verified by Psychology Today
"(Not currently accepting new patients) I provide consultation and psychotherapy with adolescents and adults. My expertise includes helping individuals with anxiety and mood issues in response to life stressors, relationship difficulties, and developmental concerns. I also work with parents toward more meaningful and sustaining family interactions. "Goodness of fit" is important in psychotherapy, and I integrate insight-oriented approaches, collaborative and developmental interventions, and skills-based approaches to meet your specific needs."
(857) 366-4427
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"(Not currently accepting new patients) I provide consultation and psychotherapy with adolescents and adults. My expertise includes helping individuals with anxiety and mood issues in response to life stressors, relationship difficulties, and developmental concerns. I also work with parents toward more meaningful and sustaining family interactions. "Goodness of fit" is important in psychotherapy, and I integrate insight-oriented approaches, collaborative and developmental interventions, and skills-based approaches to meet your specific needs."
Andrea Kamins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My treatment approach is integrative and incorporates relational, attachment-based, psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral modalities. I believe it is important to tailor treatment to a client’s needs and preferences. I am experienced in providing integrative psychotherapeutic treatments and have specialized training in interpersonal psychotherapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and child-parent psychotherapy. I am also trained in the provision of integrative mind-body interventions, including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, biofeedback, clinical hypnosis and mindfulness-based treatments. "
(617) 812-6280
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"My treatment approach is integrative and incorporates relational, attachment-based, psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral modalities. I believe it is important to tailor treatment to a client’s needs and preferences. I am experienced in providing integrative psychotherapeutic treatments and have specialized training in interpersonal psychotherapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and child-parent psychotherapy. I am also trained in the provision of integrative mind-body interventions, including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, biofeedback, clinical hypnosis and mindfulness-based treatments. "
Dennis Plant, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst with fifteen years of experience providing consultation and psychotherapy. I work with adults and adolescents on a variety of issues, ranging from an individual's emotional and relationship difficulties to a general sense of "being stuck" or dissatisfied with life. I believe it necessary to provide a reliable, empathic setting to carefully understand these difficulties, and more importanly, facilitate personal growth and transformation. I have a private practice in Harvard Square, Cambridge. Please feel free to call me for an appointment as well as any questions about my practice or myself."
(617) 237-6079
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"I am a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst with fifteen years of experience providing consultation and psychotherapy. I work with adults and adolescents on a variety of issues, ranging from an individual's emotional and relationship difficulties to a general sense of "being stuck" or dissatisfied with life. I believe it necessary to provide a reliable, empathic setting to carefully understand these difficulties, and more importanly, facilitate personal growth and transformation. I have a private practice in Harvard Square, Cambridge. Please feel free to call me for an appointment as well as any questions about my practice or myself."
Alli Armstrong-Javors, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
(617) 987-4264
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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."
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"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 and cultural backgrounds. I am sensitive to issues of gender. I have 25 years of experience both inpatient and outpatient and work short-term or longer-term, depending on a client's preference."
(617) 941-4505
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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 and cultural backgrounds. I am sensitive to issues of gender. I have 25 years of experience both inpatient and outpatient and work short-term or longer-term, depending on a client's preference."
Karen Stufflebeam, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"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. I draw on my expertise while also building on the strengths of my clients to accomplish their goals."
(617) 870-0670
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"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. I draw on my expertise while also building on the strengths of my clients to accomplish their goals."
Patty Underwood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"PRACTICE FULL AT THIS TIME. Life can present us with twists and turns that lead us to feel sad, afraid, frustrated, or alone. Sometimes we can cope with this on our own, other times friends and/or family support us. Sometimes that just isn't enough; and we need an objective, nonjudgemental person who has training in counseling to help. I have many years of experience in individual and group therapy. My approach is active, genuine, and strengths-based. Teletherapy available."
(617) 206-3106
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"PRACTICE FULL AT THIS TIME. Life can present us with twists and turns that lead us to feel sad, afraid, frustrated, or alone. Sometimes we can cope with this on our own, other times friends and/or family support us. Sometimes that just isn't enough; and we need an objective, nonjudgemental person who has training in counseling to help. I have many years of experience in individual and group therapy. My approach is active, genuine, and strengths-based. Teletherapy available."
Maya Disko (Reddy), Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"For many people, therapy can be a deeply rewarding and transformational process. We all have our own fears, doubts, insecurities and patterns of self-defeating behaviors that hold us back from living up to our fullest potential. Through the creation of an accepting, respectful and collaborative relationship, I will work with you to develop greater self-acceptance as you undertake the changes you would like to make, with the ultimate goal of living a happier, healthier and more successful life."
(617) 681-5608
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"For many people, therapy can be a deeply rewarding and transformational process. We all have our own fears, doubts, insecurities and patterns of self-defeating behaviors that hold us back from living up to our fullest potential. Through the creation of an accepting, respectful and collaborative relationship, I will work with you to develop greater self-acceptance as you undertake the changes you would like to make, with the ultimate goal of living a happier, healthier and more successful life."
Carolyn Conklin, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach is based on a strong foundation in psychodynamic psychotherapy, and is further augmented by more pragmatic approaches. I aim to help individuals set out on a path toward progress illuminated by insight while armed with practical tools. I help individuals identify how they tend to perceive themselves and others, manage their feelings, and cope with problems--and appreciate how their early life experiences may have shaped these tendencies. Understanding the origin and function of a person's pattern of difficulties promotes a sense of compassion for how they came by these problems, and helps them consolidate motivation to make necessary changes."
(617) 616-8426
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"My approach is based on a strong foundation in psychodynamic psychotherapy, and is further augmented by more pragmatic approaches. I aim to help individuals set out on a path toward progress illuminated by insight while armed with practical tools. I help individuals identify how they tend to perceive themselves and others, manage their feelings, and cope with problems--and appreciate how their early life experiences may have shaped these tendencies. Understanding the origin and function of a person's pattern of difficulties promotes a sense of compassion for how they came by these problems, and helps them consolidate motivation to make necessary changes."
Deborah Shilkoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my 30 plus years as a psychotherapist, I've heard many times: "I want to be happy, to feel peaceful inside myself, but I can't seem to get there" or "I feel badly telling my friends and family. I worry they get tired of listening to me." There are many reasons people feel stuck in their anxiety, depression, or relationship problems, and feel immobilized by them. Understanding what is causing problems can help you feel less stuck and immobilized, more at peace, and more self-confident."
(617) 506-3403
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"In my 30 plus years as a psychotherapist, I've heard many times: "I want to be happy, to feel peaceful inside myself, but I can't seem to get there" or "I feel badly telling my friends and family. I worry they get tired of listening to me." There are many reasons people feel stuck in their anxiety, depression, or relationship problems, and feel immobilized by them. Understanding what is causing problems can help you feel less stuck and immobilized, more at peace, and more self-confident."

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