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"Juliet is an independent Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Dance/ Movement Therapy from Lesley University and her Bachelors of Science in Human Developmental and Family Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Juliet has worked with clients across the lifespan in various settings including assisted living, partial hospitalization programs, and within the community. She has extensive experience working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, crisis, and life transitions. "
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"Juliet is an independent Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Dance/ Movement Therapy from Lesley University and her Bachelors of Science in Human Developmental and Family Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Juliet has worked with clients across the lifespan in various settings including assisted living, partial hospitalization programs, and within the community. She has extensive experience working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, crisis, and life transitions. "
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"Liz Levarity is a bilingual (English/Haitian-Creole) Licensed Mental Health Counselor who earned a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Cambridge College and Bachelors from Northeastern University. She brings transparency, passion, and collaboration to the counseling process in order to provide genuine care to individuals, families, and groups. With over 10 years of experience, Liz has worked in several behavioral health agencies assisting a diverse set of individuals in stabilizing their lives and minds while they navigate through life’s obstacles."
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"Liz Levarity is a bilingual (English/Haitian-Creole) Licensed Mental Health Counselor who earned a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Cambridge College and Bachelors from Northeastern University. She brings transparency, passion, and collaboration to the counseling process in order to provide genuine care to individuals, families, and groups. With over 10 years of experience, Liz has worked in several behavioral health agencies assisting a diverse set of individuals in stabilizing their lives and minds while they navigate through life’s obstacles."
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"My approach to therapy is interactive, person-centered, and creative. I believe we all have the ability to transform and am dedicated to helping individuals work through whatever brings them to see me -- whether it be depression, anxiety, grief, relationship and interpersonal issues, trauma, career changes, life transitions, spiritual matters, or other challenges. I enjoy collaborating with clients to help them heal, realize dreams, reach goals, and ultimately find more meaning and joy in their lives."
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"My approach to therapy is interactive, person-centered, and creative. I believe we all have the ability to transform and am dedicated to helping individuals work through whatever brings them to see me -- whether it be depression, anxiety, grief, relationship and interpersonal issues, trauma, career changes, life transitions, spiritual matters, or other challenges. I enjoy collaborating with clients to help them heal, realize dreams, reach goals, and ultimately find more meaning and joy in their lives."
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"My practice is devoted to helping people feel calmer, lighter, and more at peace with their emotions. I work with adults and older adolescents interested in understanding themselves better and in forming more rewarding, less painful relationships with others. I also help people to clarify life goals, develop a stronger sense of purpose, and work toward creating a more fulfilling life. I choose from a variety of approaches depending on the client's needs and what I think may be most effective. I welcome ongoing feedback from clients to make sure that our work together remains focused and satisfying."
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"My practice is devoted to helping people feel calmer, lighter, and more at peace with their emotions. I work with adults and older adolescents interested in understanding themselves better and in forming more rewarding, less painful relationships with others. I also help people to clarify life goals, develop a stronger sense of purpose, and work toward creating a more fulfilling life. I choose from a variety of approaches depending on the client's needs and what I think may be most effective. I welcome ongoing feedback from clients to make sure that our work together remains focused and satisfying."
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"I believe that a major goal of therapy is to develop an understanding of how we interact with and relate to the important people in our lives in order to create a deeper sense of meaning and purpose. I feel that this kind of self-exploration is especially important for adolescents and young adults as they seek independence. For Individuals and families who are "stuck" in difficult patterns, it can help to have a therapist guide them through struggles so that they can have more fulfilling interactions and experiences with one another."
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"I believe that a major goal of therapy is to develop an understanding of how we interact with and relate to the important people in our lives in order to create a deeper sense of meaning and purpose. I feel that this kind of self-exploration is especially important for adolescents and young adults as they seek independence. For Individuals and families who are "stuck" in difficult patterns, it can help to have a therapist guide them through struggles so that they can have more fulfilling interactions and experiences with one another."
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"I provide individual psychotherapy to young adults and adults who are having difficulty with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, stress, relationships, and substance use issues. I work collaboratively with my clients to help them identify their goals and take action toward the progress and changes they want. I enjoy working with clients who are open, curious, and take an active role in our work together. I have experience working in a variety of settings including college counseling centers, community mental health centers, and residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. "
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"I provide individual psychotherapy to young adults and adults who are having difficulty with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, stress, relationships, and substance use issues. I work collaboratively with my clients to help them identify their goals and take action toward the progress and changes they want. I enjoy working with clients who are open, curious, and take an active role in our work together. I have experience working in a variety of settings including college counseling centers, community mental health centers, and residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. "
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"Radical acceptance. Radical change. Radical therapy. I help survivors of trauma and oppression make sense of their thoughts and feelings, accept themselves as they are, feel less alone, and create the radical changes they want in themselves and in the world. From self-acceptance comes the ability to create change in your life. There is hope; you can feel better with some help. "
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"Radical acceptance. Radical change. Radical therapy. I help survivors of trauma and oppression make sense of their thoughts and feelings, accept themselves as they are, feel less alone, and create the radical changes they want in themselves and in the world. From self-acceptance comes the ability to create change in your life. There is hope; you can feel better with some help. "
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"My approach to psychotherapy is integrative, pragmatic, and theoretically grounded in the biopsychosocial model. When assessing clients and their treatment needs, I recognize individuals are embedded within a complex web of social relationships and are influenced by larger political, economic, and environmental forces. "
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"My approach to psychotherapy is integrative, pragmatic, and theoretically grounded in the biopsychosocial model. When assessing clients and their treatment needs, I recognize individuals are embedded within a complex web of social relationships and are influenced by larger political, economic, and environmental forces. "
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"I believe that the relationship is key in therapy. I am known by my clients and colleagues as warm, humorous, caring and compassionate while still being able to be direct and challenge others. Using an eclectic approach to therapy, I integrate relational, humanistic, and psychodynamic theories while utilizing some mindfulness, meditation, psychoeducation, art therapy techniques, and traditional talk therapy. All while providing a safe, nonjudgemental environment with the hope of making it easier to explore difficulties, navigate emotional disturbances and identify patterns from the past to the present."
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"I believe that the relationship is key in therapy. I am known by my clients and colleagues as warm, humorous, caring and compassionate while still being able to be direct and challenge others. Using an eclectic approach to therapy, I integrate relational, humanistic, and psychodynamic theories while utilizing some mindfulness, meditation, psychoeducation, art therapy techniques, and traditional talk therapy. All while providing a safe, nonjudgemental environment with the hope of making it easier to explore difficulties, navigate emotional disturbances and identify patterns from the past to the present."
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"I have focused my practice on facilitating wellness and healing, enhancing positive and productive relationships, and developing solutions to manage a variety of life stressors. My approach is to support ongoing personal growth and embrace life-long learning. I have extensive experience and a strong focus on health related issues, life transitions, women's health, victimization and recovery, identity issues, survivorship and self care."
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"I have focused my practice on facilitating wellness and healing, enhancing positive and productive relationships, and developing solutions to manage a variety of life stressors. My approach is to support ongoing personal growth and embrace life-long learning. I have extensive experience and a strong focus on health related issues, life transitions, women's health, victimization and recovery, identity issues, survivorship and self care."
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"Kristen earned a BA cum laude from Smith College in Latin American Studies and a MEd in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Massachusetts. She has been a licensed mental health counselor since 2004. Additionally, she holds a certificate in Biblical Counseling from Bob Jones University and is also a Licensed Practical Nurse in Massachusetts."
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"Kristen earned a BA cum laude from Smith College in Latin American Studies and a MEd in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Massachusetts. She has been a licensed mental health counselor since 2004. Additionally, she holds a certificate in Biblical Counseling from Bob Jones University and is also a Licensed Practical Nurse in Massachusetts."
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"When people come to therapy, it's important to remember that they are trying to cope in the best way they can. You don't have to wait until things feel unbearable. I have been a psychotherapist for over 20 years, and have experience working with Online Gaming, Adolescents, Parenting Conflicts, Cross-cultural Therapy, Learning Disabilities, Depression, GLBT Issues, Bereavement,Anxiety and Trauma. A video is worth a thousand words, so if you go to my website you'll find two that talk about my specialty, who I am and how I work."
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"When people come to therapy, it's important to remember that they are trying to cope in the best way they can. You don't have to wait until things feel unbearable. I have been a psychotherapist for over 20 years, and have experience working with Online Gaming, Adolescents, Parenting Conflicts, Cross-cultural Therapy, Learning Disabilities, Depression, GLBT Issues, Bereavement,Anxiety and Trauma. A video is worth a thousand words, so if you go to my website you'll find two that talk about my specialty, who I am and how I work."
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"Welcome. People seek psychotherapy for a variety of reasons, such as relief from anxiety, loneliness, or grief. Others feel stuck or disconnected. Perhaps patterns of unsatisfying relationships or difficulties deepening relationships have emerged. Psychotherapy provides a unique opportunity to explore personal issues in an environment of trust and respect. I appreciate the courage it takes to work through problems. Emotional pain can signal that one is called upon to make changes or understand things in a new light. I am interested in helping others express themselves more openly, feel more connected to others, and enhance capacities for making authentic choices."
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"Welcome. People seek psychotherapy for a variety of reasons, such as relief from anxiety, loneliness, or grief. Others feel stuck or disconnected. Perhaps patterns of unsatisfying relationships or difficulties deepening relationships have emerged. Psychotherapy provides a unique opportunity to explore personal issues in an environment of trust and respect. I appreciate the courage it takes to work through problems. Emotional pain can signal that one is called upon to make changes or understand things in a new light. I am interested in helping others express themselves more openly, feel more connected to others, and enhance capacities for making authentic choices."
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"Lenna is an international award-winning artist, art psychotherapist, licensed mental health counselor, and yoga teacher. Through an integrative holistic approach she works with clients to balance and awaken their internal healing capacity and live with greater meaning, connection, and happiness. Offering mindfulness-based art and yoga therapy in addition to CBT, DBT, and ACT, Lenna provides a space of safety, acceptance, creativity, and healing. Lenna has a range of experience working with eating disorders and body image, anxiety/depression and emotion regulation, burnout and stress management, spiritual connection and transitions."
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"Lenna is an international award-winning artist, art psychotherapist, licensed mental health counselor, and yoga teacher. Through an integrative holistic approach she works with clients to balance and awaken their internal healing capacity and live with greater meaning, connection, and happiness. Offering mindfulness-based art and yoga therapy in addition to CBT, DBT, and ACT, Lenna provides a space of safety, acceptance, creativity, and healing. Lenna has a range of experience working with eating disorders and body image, anxiety/depression and emotion regulation, burnout and stress management, spiritual connection and transitions."
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"I strive to provide my clients with the empathic attention they need to work through emotional and psychological problems and challenging life issues. Sessions provide an opportunity to: strengthen relationships; learn coping strategies; navigate life transitions; alleviate anxiety and depression; heal from grief and loss. I am an licensed independent clinical social worker with an MSW from Boston University School of Social Work and have practiced psychotherapy in the Boston area for over 20 years."
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"I strive to provide my clients with the empathic attention they need to work through emotional and psychological problems and challenging life issues. Sessions provide an opportunity to: strengthen relationships; learn coping strategies; navigate life transitions; alleviate anxiety and depression; heal from grief and loss. I am an licensed independent clinical social worker with an MSW from Boston University School of Social Work and have practiced psychotherapy in the Boston area for over 20 years."
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"I care deeply for my clients many who are facing a life transition; such as divorce, empty nest, relocation, loss of a close family member, career transition. Other times, its just a feeling they have that something is missing. Life is a series of challenges, loss, and personal difficulties that can throw each one of us off course. There are times, that you might lose your way or sense of wellbeing, or someone important to you. Most of us just want to be happy, and enjoy the moment, and increase our resiliency when hard times are upon us. I help my clients use their insights, personal strengths, and skills that we uncover together."
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"I care deeply for my clients many who are facing a life transition; such as divorce, empty nest, relocation, loss of a close family member, career transition. Other times, its just a feeling they have that something is missing. Life is a series of challenges, loss, and personal difficulties that can throw each one of us off course. There are times, that you might lose your way or sense of wellbeing, or someone important to you. Most of us just want to be happy, and enjoy the moment, and increase our resiliency when hard times are upon us. I help my clients use their insights, personal strengths, and skills that we uncover together."
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"I see psychotherapy as an exploration of the self, as guided introspection, where the itinerary is determined by the unique circumstances of each person's history. It's about raising expectations, and there is both hope and risk in deciding to accept the consequences of wanting something more. Most of us begin therapy unaware of the peculiarities of our personal histories. The often harsh patterns of interaction that have been carried through generations, are home, they seem normal, and thus, are often invisible. Yet they have stealthily shaped our personality from birth."
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"I see psychotherapy as an exploration of the self, as guided introspection, where the itinerary is determined by the unique circumstances of each person's history. It's about raising expectations, and there is both hope and risk in deciding to accept the consequences of wanting something more. Most of us begin therapy unaware of the peculiarities of our personal histories. The often harsh patterns of interaction that have been carried through generations, are home, they seem normal, and thus, are often invisible. Yet they have stealthily shaped our personality from birth."
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"I specialize in child, adolescent, and adult mental health; often working with couples and families. I have diverse experience from working at Tufts University Student Health Service, elementary schools, high schools, and community health centers in Boston (including Riverside Emergency Services, where I provided psychiatric and substance abuse assessment, and counseling for individuals in crisis). My primary approach is eclectic with a mixture of psychoanalytic and humanistic counseling approaches. I acknowledge and cherish the importance of faith in religions and its role for the improvements of clients' mental health."
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"I specialize in child, adolescent, and adult mental health; often working with couples and families. I have diverse experience from working at Tufts University Student Health Service, elementary schools, high schools, and community health centers in Boston (including Riverside Emergency Services, where I provided psychiatric and substance abuse assessment, and counseling for individuals in crisis). My primary approach is eclectic with a mixture of psychoanalytic and humanistic counseling approaches. I acknowledge and cherish the importance of faith in religions and its role for the improvements of clients' mental health."
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"Everybody is so unique and special and I love helping individuals become the greatest versions of themselves.  I wholeheartedly believe in the power of unconditional positive regard, and the necessity of diversity and of authentic self-expression.  I would love to help you become the greatest version of YOU."
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"Everybody is so unique and special and I love helping individuals become the greatest versions of themselves.  I wholeheartedly believe in the power of unconditional positive regard, and the necessity of diversity and of authentic self-expression.  I would love to help you become the greatest version of YOU."
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"If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed by what’s happening in the world or stuck in unwholesome habits and relationships, have hope. Psychotherapy with a collaborative and creative therapist can help you develop healthier habits and more fulfilling relationships. "
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"If you’re finding yourself overwhelmed by what’s happening in the world or stuck in unwholesome habits and relationships, have hope. Psychotherapy with a collaborative and creative therapist can help you develop healthier habits and more fulfilling relationships. "

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