Counselor, PhD, LMHC, MS
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"I offer free initial individual and couples consultations, in which I work with clients to identify their therapeutic goals in order to create greater self-awareness and personal growth. The focus is also in developing tools in order to better cope with any symptoms they are experiencing."
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"I offer free initial individual and couples consultations, in which I work with clients to identify their therapeutic goals in order to create greater self-awareness and personal growth. The focus is also in developing tools in order to better cope with any symptoms they are experiencing."
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Brookline Psychological Services, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"Since 1986, I have specialized in working with male and female survivors of sexual abuse and trauma, as well as chemical dependency, sexual addiction and HIV/AIDS. I have been on the International Team for Male Survivor.org Weekends of Recovery since 2001. In 2014, I chaired the first Recovery Weekend for Women sponsored by MaleSurvivor: TakingBackOurselves. (www.takingbackourselves.com) I work in the therapy process to provide the challenge, balance, and support for men and women to do their work with courage and dignity, with hope and a sense of humor.."
(617) 932-5878 x5
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"Since 1986, I have specialized in working with male and female survivors of sexual abuse and trauma, as well as chemical dependency, sexual addiction and HIV/AIDS. I have been on the International Team for Male Survivor.org Weekends of Recovery since 2001. In 2014, I chaired the first Recovery Weekend for Women sponsored by MaleSurvivor: TakingBackOurselves. (www.takingbackourselves.com) I work in the therapy process to provide the challenge, balance, and support for men and women to do their work with courage and dignity, with hope and a sense of humor.."
Brendan Clarke, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"To change or not to change? One of the most frustratingly human experiences in life is wanting to make a change for the better only to find yourself repeating the same ineffective patterns and mistakes. This is where counseling can come into play. By understanding your own motivations and the internal barriers getting in the way of change, you can develop new strategies to better know yourself and develop tools to handle the challenges and stressors of life. My practice is client-centered, strength-based, motivational, and grounded in cognitive behavioral ideas."
(617) 379-0465
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"To change or not to change? One of the most frustratingly human experiences in life is wanting to make a change for the better only to find yourself repeating the same ineffective patterns and mistakes. This is where counseling can come into play. By understanding your own motivations and the internal barriers getting in the way of change, you can develop new strategies to better know yourself and develop tools to handle the challenges and stressors of life. My practice is client-centered, strength-based, motivational, and grounded in cognitive behavioral ideas."
Steve Rothenberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am committed to helping individuals to find the best within themselves and to share that with those most important to them. Whether you are struggling with anxiety or depression, relationship difficulties (including "dating stress"), or life stresses, I always try to find what will be the most effective way to help you achieve your goals and live a happier, authentic, life."
(617) 925-7092
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"I am committed to helping individuals to find the best within themselves and to share that with those most important to them. Whether you are struggling with anxiety or depression, relationship difficulties (including "dating stress"), or life stresses, I always try to find what will be the most effective way to help you achieve your goals and live a happier, authentic, life."
Elizabeth G Brenner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I will help you turn challenges into opportunities for growth. I see therapy as a unique process of discovery with common themes. What interests me is patterns that get in the way of being our best selves. I will help you clarify your intentions and meet your goals in a non-judgmental, supportive and direct way. I believe that there are a myriad of ways to have a good life. My comprehensive approach is grounded in theory, practice, caring and common sense."
(617) 702-2328
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"I will help you turn challenges into opportunities for growth. I see therapy as a unique process of discovery with common themes. What interests me is patterns that get in the way of being our best selves. I will help you clarify your intentions and meet your goals in a non-judgmental, supportive and direct way. I believe that there are a myriad of ways to have a good life. My comprehensive approach is grounded in theory, practice, caring and common sense."
Amanda Beardsworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
"I’ve found that a key to feeling vital, ironically, is learning to feel bad: learning how to feel and accept painful feelings with less judgement, fear, and struggle.  I myself get into trouble when I grip tightly to or push away a difficult emotion, person, or an idea of what should be.  When we are gripping tightly or pushing away, we can feel controlled, demoralized, and rigid.  When we stop struggling with painful memories, emotions, thoughts, and people we cannot control, we find an unexpected kind of happiness; the kind of  happiness that comes of feeling all the complexities of being human with compassion, freedom, and grace."
"I’ve found that a key to feeling vital, ironically, is learning to feel bad: learning how to feel and accept painful feelings with less judgement, fear, and struggle.  I myself get into trouble when I grip tightly to or push away a difficult emotion, person, or an idea of what should be.  When we are gripping tightly or pushing away, we can feel controlled, demoralized, and rigid.  When we stop struggling with painful memories, emotions, thoughts, and people we cannot control, we find an unexpected kind of happiness; the kind of  happiness that comes of feeling all the complexities of being human with compassion, freedom, and grace."
Michael A Langlois, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
(617) 702-2364
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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."
Elizabeth Muller, Counselor
Counselor, EdM, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My work with adolescents, families, and adults spans over twenty years. I believe in the innate strengths within people while also appreciating the need for assistance during the challenges and losses presented throughout life. Working from a relational model and believing that the present moment offers potential for new growth and healing, I am honored to be present for each client as they achieve their desired goals. By co-creating a therapeutic relationship based on trust and authenticity, I assist individuals in reaching their highest potentials."
(617) 307-7800
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"My work with adolescents, families, and adults spans over twenty years. I believe in the innate strengths within people while also appreciating the need for assistance during the challenges and losses presented throughout life. Working from a relational model and believing that the present moment offers potential for new growth and healing, I am honored to be present for each client as they achieve their desired goals. By co-creating a therapeutic relationship based on trust and authenticity, I assist individuals in reaching their highest potentials."
Silvia Dominguez, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW, Forensi, Service
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you need a change? Trying to get back on track or go beyond where you have been? I am a cross-cultural and bilingual (Spanish-English) therapist who strives to provide specific skills to unique backgrounds and situations. Do you feel misunderstood, devalued or excluded? Do you have enough emotional supports? Are you culturally different, dealing with more than one culture or ethnicity? Do you want to enhance your performance and learn to be more effective in a cross-cultural environment? My aim is to create a welcoming and non-judgmental environment to explore and actively pursue your emotional, personal, and professional growth."
(339) 234-5331
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"Do you need a change? Trying to get back on track or go beyond where you have been? I am a cross-cultural and bilingual (Spanish-English) therapist who strives to provide specific skills to unique backgrounds and situations. Do you feel misunderstood, devalued or excluded? Do you have enough emotional supports? Are you culturally different, dealing with more than one culture or ethnicity? Do you want to enhance your performance and learn to be more effective in a cross-cultural environment? My aim is to create a welcoming and non-judgmental environment to explore and actively pursue your emotional, personal, and professional growth."
Juliet Keeler-Le Bien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a clinician with over ten years of experience in diverse cities, there is no "one approach" to therapy; the process is individual and directed by your needs. My philosophical belief is that therapy is a place where you can reflect on how best to navigate your life. With you guiding, we work together to better relationships, improve communication, and move through transitions. I treat anxiety, depression, mood disorders, relationship issues, work/life management, major life transitions, and trauma. I practice in two of the most dynamic cities on the East Coast: Boston and Manhattan."
(617) 301-8355
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"As a clinician with over ten years of experience in diverse cities, there is no "one approach" to therapy; the process is individual and directed by your needs. My philosophical belief is that therapy is a place where you can reflect on how best to navigate your life. With you guiding, we work together to better relationships, improve communication, and move through transitions. I treat anxiety, depression, mood disorders, relationship issues, work/life management, major life transitions, and trauma. I practice in two of the most dynamic cities on the East Coast: Boston and Manhattan."
Irene Piryatinsky, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in diagnostic assessments and evaluations and psychotherapy. Within my practice, I assess clients with a diverse range of clinical difficulties (e.g., Autism Spectrum, developmental/learning disabilities, psychiatric conditions, traumatic brain injury, ). As a clinician, my overarching goals are to help clients and their families assess for diagnoses that will inform treatment and advocate for supportive accommodations and/or services. I approach clinical work from a multicultural perspective and am strongly oriented with a humanistic, person-centered framework."
(617) 925-6608
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in diagnostic assessments and evaluations and psychotherapy. Within my practice, I assess clients with a diverse range of clinical difficulties (e.g., Autism Spectrum, developmental/learning disabilities, psychiatric conditions, traumatic brain injury, ). As a clinician, my overarching goals are to help clients and their families assess for diagnoses that will inform treatment and advocate for supportive accommodations and/or services. I approach clinical work from a multicultural perspective and am strongly oriented with a humanistic, person-centered framework."
Meghan A. Clark, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be unexpectedly intense and confusing as you journey into adulthood. Sometimes it’s due to major life changes, looming expectations or sometimes upsetting emotions can seem roll in like the weather. Finding the right therapist to help you sort through the questions and worries that are filling your mind can help you take effective action to set yourself back on course and feel well again. During your initial visit we will work together to set your priorities and goals for therapy. During your time in therapy, we collaborate to put concrete plans of action in place to help you along your journey. No step forward is to small."
(339) 674-4002
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"Life can be unexpectedly intense and confusing as you journey into adulthood. Sometimes it’s due to major life changes, looming expectations or sometimes upsetting emotions can seem roll in like the weather. Finding the right therapist to help you sort through the questions and worries that are filling your mind can help you take effective action to set yourself back on course and feel well again. During your initial visit we will work together to set your priorities and goals for therapy. During your time in therapy, we collaborate to put concrete plans of action in place to help you along your journey. No step forward is to small."
Jelisa Adair, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"CURRENT OPENINGS, Wednesday evenings. "When I discover who I am, I'll be free."-Ralph Ellison. I believe that many of the challenges that inhibit us from achieving our goals are related to the difficulty in knowing ourselves and how we can maximize our strengths in order to meet the challenges we face. I believe that no matter what your presenting issue, awareness of our own goals, values, and strengths are critical. It is my goal to help clients cultivate self-awareness in order to achieve their therapeutic goals. "
(857) 304-9625
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"CURRENT OPENINGS, Wednesday evenings. "When I discover who I am, I'll be free."-Ralph Ellison. I believe that many of the challenges that inhibit us from achieving our goals are related to the difficulty in knowing ourselves and how we can maximize our strengths in order to meet the challenges we face. I believe that no matter what your presenting issue, awareness of our own goals, values, and strengths are critical. It is my goal to help clients cultivate self-awareness in order to achieve their therapeutic goals. "
Lauren Parker, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is a great privilege to be welcomed into the lives of my clients. With the use of behavioral health techniques (CBT, biofeedback, relaxation, hypnosis, mindfulness meditation, etc.) I treat individuals, couples and families ranging from in their teen years through late adulthood with various mental health, behavioral and medical conditions. While treatment is focused on the client's presenting problem, I believe we are much more than that and so all dimensions of well-being will be explored to some degree. *Please use email to contact me*"
(617) 390-8541
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"It is a great privilege to be welcomed into the lives of my clients. With the use of behavioral health techniques (CBT, biofeedback, relaxation, hypnosis, mindfulness meditation, etc.) I treat individuals, couples and families ranging from in their teen years through late adulthood with various mental health, behavioral and medical conditions. While treatment is focused on the client's presenting problem, I believe we are much more than that and so all dimensions of well-being will be explored to some degree. *Please use email to contact me*"
Barry Kesselman, Counselor
Counselor, MEd, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Every psychotherapy relationship is unique, crafted by my client's needs, strengths,goals,and the pain or frustration that brings them to my office. For over twenty years I have worked with adults facing depression, anxiety,the effects of traumatic experiences; going through relationship issues,life transitions; feeling grief,loss. I have worked with individuals looking for changes, helping them to figure out where to start and guiding them through the transformations."
(617) 446-3088
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"Every psychotherapy relationship is unique, crafted by my client's needs, strengths,goals,and the pain or frustration that brings them to my office. For over twenty years I have worked with adults facing depression, anxiety,the effects of traumatic experiences; going through relationship issues,life transitions; feeling grief,loss. I have worked with individuals looking for changes, helping them to figure out where to start and guiding them through the transformations."
Qingshuang Wu
MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"The pain we feel is individual. Each may live with unfortunate life experiences, unrealistic beliefs and limiting goals, which will recur to prevent us from living free, full lives. If we ignore them, we may find ourselves unable to reach the goals we want to reach, and, instead, only feeling the dissatisfaction of not becoming the complete person, and the bitterness of life’s “could have beens.” Our work together will, over time, uncover and conquer each of those limitations, so that we may feel the pleasure we deserve to have, and make the changes in yourself which will make life more meaningful."
(617) 812-2098
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"The pain we feel is individual. Each may live with unfortunate life experiences, unrealistic beliefs and limiting goals, which will recur to prevent us from living free, full lives. If we ignore them, we may find ourselves unable to reach the goals we want to reach, and, instead, only feeling the dissatisfaction of not becoming the complete person, and the bitterness of life’s “could have beens.” Our work together will, over time, uncover and conquer each of those limitations, so that we may feel the pleasure we deserve to have, and make the changes in yourself which will make life more meaningful."
Launch Counseling Services, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have worked in at risk communities for over 20 years. I deliver solution focused therapy to adolescents and adults given both individual and family therapy. I service members in an outpatient and home based capacity as needed. I specialize in servicing people of color, people who reside in the inner cities and members experiencing difficulties with ADHD/ADD, Trauma, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Adoption, Depression and Adjustment."
(617) 997-4578
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"I have worked in at risk communities for over 20 years. I deliver solution focused therapy to adolescents and adults given both individual and family therapy. I service members in an outpatient and home based capacity as needed. I specialize in servicing people of color, people who reside in the inner cities and members experiencing difficulties with ADHD/ADD, Trauma, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Adoption, Depression and Adjustment."
Susan J Lee, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"My therapeutic approach may look different depending on what is going on with the person and what his or her needs are, but I generally use an insight-oriented and cognitive approach. I help people figure things out, understand themselves better, sort out their thoughts and feelings, and gain perspective on themselves so that they are able to make effective choices in their lives and work towards greater emotional well-being. People generally describe me as having a calming presence and creating a safe environment for them."
(781) 696-9940
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"My therapeutic approach may look different depending on what is going on with the person and what his or her needs are, but I generally use an insight-oriented and cognitive approach. I help people figure things out, understand themselves better, sort out their thoughts and feelings, and gain perspective on themselves so that they are able to make effective choices in their lives and work towards greater emotional well-being. People generally describe me as having a calming presence and creating a safe environment for them."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, AASECT
"NORA KAPLAN, LICSW I have 35 years of experience. I have worked as medical social worker in several Harvard teaching hospitals. I have been in private practice over 15 years. I specialize in relationship problems, anxiety and depressive disorders, substance abuse and eating disorders. I also specialize in couples therapy and sexual dysfunction. I have a certificate from McLean's Hospital, (Harvard Medical School affiliated) having completed their three year program in Human Sexuality and Couple's Therapy. I also supervise clinicians who treat couples and individuals with sexual issues."
"NORA KAPLAN, LICSW I have 35 years of experience. I have worked as medical social worker in several Harvard teaching hospitals. I have been in private practice over 15 years. I specialize in relationship problems, anxiety and depressive disorders, substance abuse and eating disorders. I also specialize in couples therapy and sexual dysfunction. I have a certificate from McLean's Hospital, (Harvard Medical School affiliated) having completed their three year program in Human Sexuality and Couple's Therapy. I also supervise clinicians who treat couples and individuals with sexual issues."

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Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by a combination of inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior.

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