Psychologist, Psy.D.
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"My career has followed many paths building inclusive communities prior to becoming a licensed psychologist. I provide a welcoming place for clients to explore and manage life's challenges and concerns, such as stress and anxiety as well as spiritual, religious, or existential questions. As a neuropsychologist, I offer comprehensive evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults. I also work collaboratively with parents and school staff to promote children's full academic, social, and emotional potential. I often use a Jungian approach to gain balance and well-being by appreciating strengths and less developed parts of the self."
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Experiential Therapy
"My career has followed many paths building inclusive communities prior to becoming a licensed psychologist. I provide a welcoming place for clients to explore and manage life's challenges and concerns, such as stress and anxiety as well as spiritual, religious, or existential questions. As a neuropsychologist, I offer comprehensive evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults. I also work collaboratively with parents and school staff to promote children's full academic, social, and emotional potential. I often use a Jungian approach to gain balance and well-being by appreciating strengths and less developed parts of the self."
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Elizabeth G Brenner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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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."
(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."
Brookline Psychological Services, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"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
Office is near:
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02163
"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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Cambridge, Massachusetts 02163
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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
Office is near:
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02163
"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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Office is near:
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02163
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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."
Amanda Beardsworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Office is near:
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02163
"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."
(617) 648-9626
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Cambridge, Massachusetts 02163
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"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."
Nathaniel Putnam,
LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling to cope with the daily stress of life? Are you to looking for ways to improve your health and well being? Would you like to get outside and exercise more often? If you answered YES to these questions, then you are in the right place. I prefer to use the great outdoors as my office space where I incorporate walk and talk therapy, mindfulness and other therapeutic practices to build and learn new coping skills, strengthen the inner warrior and to let go things that hold us back from our true potential. I also provide a safe and comfortable indoor space for those who seek a more traditional approach. "
(617) 812-2958
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"Are you struggling to cope with the daily stress of life? Are you to looking for ways to improve your health and well being? Would you like to get outside and exercise more often? If you answered YES to these questions, then you are in the right place. I prefer to use the great outdoors as my office space where I incorporate walk and talk therapy, mindfulness and other therapeutic practices to build and learn new coping skills, strengthen the inner warrior and to let go things that hold us back from our true potential. I also provide a safe and comfortable indoor space for those who seek a more traditional approach. "
Laura Cotton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that therapy should be a non-judgmental and safe place to explore, discover, heal, and find relief. Finding a good therapy match is crucial to bringing about the change that you desire in your life. Working with someone who helps you to feel seen, understood, and challenged in a non-threatening way can create the safety to explore the unknown and help you grow into your full potential. I have very limited availability currently, but feel free to email or call for more information. "
(617) 674-1974
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"I believe that therapy should be a non-judgmental and safe place to explore, discover, heal, and find relief. Finding a good therapy match is crucial to bringing about the change that you desire in your life. Working with someone who helps you to feel seen, understood, and challenged in a non-threatening way can create the safety to explore the unknown and help you grow into your full potential. I have very limited availability currently, but feel free to email or call for more information. "
Doug Todd, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Marriage and Family Therapist I find myself thinking and problem solving with a systems perspective. I utilize various modalities in my work including EFT & EMDR, but regardless, my work is team oriented. I look at therapy as an individual's journey but one that we travel together, exploring the various aspects of difficult and not so difficult times. My hope is to work with couples, families and individuals in an effort to explore the possibilities of living life in a new and expanded way."
(802) 788-4292
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"As a Marriage and Family Therapist I find myself thinking and problem solving with a systems perspective. I utilize various modalities in my work including EFT & EMDR, but regardless, my work is team oriented. I look at therapy as an individual's journey but one that we travel together, exploring the various aspects of difficult and not so difficult times. My hope is to work with couples, families and individuals in an effort to explore the possibilities of living life in a new and expanded way."
Amy S Kavadlo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes life's difficulties are too hard to bear alone. Talking with a trusted person, over a period of time, can make a significant difference. This is the essence of psychotherapy. Sometimes people come in crisis, in major life transitions, are grieving a loss; sometimes there are problems in one's own personality, in relationships, family, work, or just plain loneliness. There may be the residue of childhood trauma or other pain from the past that is getting in the way of living a more fulfilling and creative life."
(617) 615-9992
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"Sometimes life's difficulties are too hard to bear alone. Talking with a trusted person, over a period of time, can make a significant difference. This is the essence of psychotherapy. Sometimes people come in crisis, in major life transitions, are grieving a loss; sometimes there are problems in one's own personality, in relationships, family, work, or just plain loneliness. There may be the residue of childhood trauma or other pain from the past that is getting in the way of living a more fulfilling and creative life."
Bet MacArthur, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"NOT ACCEPTING ONGOING CLIENTS as of January 2019. Available for short-term consultations only. Bet is an experienced individual, group, and couples' therapist. She is down-to-earth, spiritual as well as pragmatic, and client-centered. She guides parents, partners, and professionals in deep dynamic therapy and/or through cognitive-behavioral and coaching processes. She is skilled at helping people make changes and accept changes in every life stage."
(617) 306-3259
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"NOT ACCEPTING ONGOING CLIENTS as of January 2019. Available for short-term consultations only. Bet is an experienced individual, group, and couples' therapist. She is down-to-earth, spiritual as well as pragmatic, and client-centered. She guides parents, partners, and professionals in deep dynamic therapy and/or through cognitive-behavioral and coaching processes. She is skilled at helping people make changes and accept changes in every life stage."
Laura J Burnham, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. Life is challenging and beautiful, and so confusing. We strive toward meaning and connection. Yet, often we feel stuck as we struggle to overcome internal and external barriers to the life we want to lead. Therapy can provide a safe environment to work through difficulties, cope with intense feelings, and move toward positive change. In my approach to therapy, you will find warm support, as well as encouragement to look inward and take action at your own pace. I will listen to you carefully, and if needed, respectfully challenge you to take responsibility for your life, while letting go of self-blame. "
(857) 305-2442
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. Life is challenging and beautiful, and so confusing. We strive toward meaning and connection. Yet, often we feel stuck as we struggle to overcome internal and external barriers to the life we want to lead. Therapy can provide a safe environment to work through difficulties, cope with intense feelings, and move toward positive change. In my approach to therapy, you will find warm support, as well as encouragement to look inward and take action at your own pace. I will listen to you carefully, and if needed, respectfully challenge you to take responsibility for your life, while letting go of self-blame. "
Julie Buchinski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have 25+ years of experience/expertise working with clients struggling with mood disorders, anxiety, intimacy/relationship issues, and trauma. I've counseled clients around couples/family/parenting issues, aging, and other life challenges, e.g., dealing with unexpected transitions such as divorce, illness, job loss, grief. Psychodynamic and relational frameworks guide my practice. I have a relaxed interpersonal style, engage clients with compassion, curiosity, and humor, and am committed to a collaborative approach, utilizing and developing client strengths as resources for making change."
(617) 206-4137
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"I have 25+ years of experience/expertise working with clients struggling with mood disorders, anxiety, intimacy/relationship issues, and trauma. I've counseled clients around couples/family/parenting issues, aging, and other life challenges, e.g., dealing with unexpected transitions such as divorce, illness, job loss, grief. Psychodynamic and relational frameworks guide my practice. I have a relaxed interpersonal style, engage clients with compassion, curiosity, and humor, and am committed to a collaborative approach, utilizing and developing client strengths as resources for making change."
Melissa Simmons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Central to the therapy process is connecting with someone with whom you can openly explore your past and present; thoughts, feelings, and wishes. As a therapist I am committed to helping you understand the important experiences and patterns that have influenced your life and begin to find openings for new insights and greater meaning. This can allow for personal growth, more fulfilling relationships, and improved coping with difficulties"
(617) 958-1479
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"Central to the therapy process is connecting with someone with whom you can openly explore your past and present; thoughts, feelings, and wishes. As a therapist I am committed to helping you understand the important experiences and patterns that have influenced your life and begin to find openings for new insights and greater meaning. This can allow for personal growth, more fulfilling relationships, and improved coping with difficulties"
Jennifer Marie Johnston, Psychologist
Psychologist, LMHC, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals and couples, and hope to collaborate with you to help you achieve your life goals. As a psychologist, yoga/meditation instructor, and researcher with 17+ years of experience, I know the power of relationships to be truly transformational. I hope our relationship will be a safe space for you to better understand yourself and become your most authentic and empowered self. I am also happy to support you with specific strategies to help you find relief from symptoms and deal with difficulties which come up in life and learn new avenues for growth towards increasing self-esteem, self-confidence, and mastery."
(617) 936-8831
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"I work with individuals and couples, and hope to collaborate with you to help you achieve your life goals. As a psychologist, yoga/meditation instructor, and researcher with 17+ years of experience, I know the power of relationships to be truly transformational. I hope our relationship will be a safe space for you to better understand yourself and become your most authentic and empowered self. I am also happy to support you with specific strategies to help you find relief from symptoms and deal with difficulties which come up in life and learn new avenues for growth towards increasing self-esteem, self-confidence, and mastery."
Rebecca Lawrence, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with both individuals and couples to help people enjoy more connected, meaningful, and happy lives. My style is active, collaborative, warm and respectful. I bring practicality, compassion, and creativity to my work with clients, helping you to develop greater skill in coping with stress and sadness, and in creating more satisfying relationships with others. I also strive to help people better understand the patterns that contribute to ongoing suffering, often stemming from earlier experiences in life."
(617) 934-8006
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"I work with both individuals and couples to help people enjoy more connected, meaningful, and happy lives. My style is active, collaborative, warm and respectful. I bring practicality, compassion, and creativity to my work with clients, helping you to develop greater skill in coping with stress and sadness, and in creating more satisfying relationships with others. I also strive to help people better understand the patterns that contribute to ongoing suffering, often stemming from earlier experiences in life."
Marcia Weiss,
"People typically come to therapy to tackle their anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship, job, career, creative blocks and family issues. At Collaborative Psychotherapy, we do all that and more but we operate in a unique way. You and your therapist explore the source of your issues, as well as what you want for yourself. We examine the values and beliefs that shape your perspective and the attitudes which then lead to problems and to a challenging view of yourself. But we go way beyond just understanding your problems. The goal is to make change. And when we live by different ideas, we live a different life."
"People typically come to therapy to tackle their anxiety, depression, self-esteem, relationship, job, career, creative blocks and family issues. At Collaborative Psychotherapy, we do all that and more but we operate in a unique way. You and your therapist explore the source of your issues, as well as what you want for yourself. We examine the values and beliefs that shape your perspective and the attitudes which then lead to problems and to a challenging view of yourself. But we go way beyond just understanding your problems. The goal is to make change. And when we live by different ideas, we live a different life."
Elisheva (Ellie) Dan, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I respect why people seek therapy. Work begins with the truth of their stated problem. People describe undesirable patterns in career/work and relationships. I help people connect current problems to deficits or traumas in early life, or situations that interrupted their own early development. I help people discover, talk about, and grieve these early situations. The therapeutic action is the exploration of the link between early situations and the current problem. I help people create new experiences of themselves in work, everyday stressful situations, and in love relationships. The outcome: freedom to create a satisfying life and future."
(857) 342-3018
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"I respect why people seek therapy. Work begins with the truth of their stated problem. People describe undesirable patterns in career/work and relationships. I help people connect current problems to deficits or traumas in early life, or situations that interrupted their own early development. I help people discover, talk about, and grieve these early situations. The therapeutic action is the exploration of the link between early situations and the current problem. I help people create new experiences of themselves in work, everyday stressful situations, and in love relationships. The outcome: freedom to create a satisfying life and future."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach is collaborative, respectful, and strengths-based with an emphasis on goodness of fit between client and therapist. I ask new clients to meet once weekly for two consecutive weeks, and then use the third session to discuss how best to go forward."
(617) 870-3516
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"My approach is collaborative, respectful, and strengths-based with an emphasis on goodness of fit between client and therapist. I ask new clients to meet once weekly for two consecutive weeks, and then use the third session to discuss how best to go forward."
Ethan Seidman, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide warm, attentive, and interactive therapy that aims to help people generate transformative change. Working collaboratively we can spark growth and healing, deepen your self-understanding, help you break out of hurtful patterns, and reduce depression and anxiety. I am particularly interested in trying to help clients feel freer, more real, more connected, and more like the authors of their own lives, so that they can achieve what they hope for in work and relationships."
(857) 239-0198
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"I provide warm, attentive, and interactive therapy that aims to help people generate transformative change. Working collaboratively we can spark growth and healing, deepen your self-understanding, help you break out of hurtful patterns, and reduce depression and anxiety. I am particularly interested in trying to help clients feel freer, more real, more connected, and more like the authors of their own lives, so that they can achieve what they hope for in work and relationships."

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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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