Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
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"Worries, relationship difficulties, sadness and angst are all welcome here. You are tired of feeling irritable. Your feelings about your relationship, your self or your job have begun to dominate your thoughts. Your ability to focus at work may be suffering. When your phone rings, you don't want to answer. You are feeling like you don't know how to get out of your own way. You know you mean well and are capable, but things are not coming together. You promise yourself things will change, you will get a handle on things this time. However, change remains elusive."
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"Worries, relationship difficulties, sadness and angst are all welcome here. You are tired of feeling irritable. Your feelings about your relationship, your self or your job have begun to dominate your thoughts. Your ability to focus at work may be suffering. When your phone rings, you don't want to answer. You are feeling like you don't know how to get out of your own way. You know you mean well and are capable, but things are not coming together. You promise yourself things will change, you will get a handle on things this time. However, change remains elusive."
Jillian Russo, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
"In my work, there's nothing I enjoy more than seeing a client make connections among their thoughts, feelings, and actions, and realizing they have the tools to help get themselves unstuck. In order to achieve that goal, I use the training I've had in both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). These treatment modalities allow individuals to effectively understand their current thoughts and behaviors, where they came from, and how to manage their difficulties in an adaptive, skillful way."
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(617) 648-7315
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"In my work, there's nothing I enjoy more than seeing a client make connections among their thoughts, feelings, and actions, and realizing they have the tools to help get themselves unstuck. In order to achieve that goal, I use the training I've had in both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). These treatment modalities allow individuals to effectively understand their current thoughts and behaviors, where they came from, and how to manage their difficulties in an adaptive, skillful way."
Marjan Taleshian,
" I provide individual and couple psychotherapy and have experience working with people who struggle with a variety of life challenges and emotional concerns including relationship issues, work and academic struggles, family difficulties, codependence, depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. My practice welcomes all age groups and gender identities from diverse backgrounds. I specialize primarily in psychodynamic and psychoanalytically-oriented therapy and integrate different treatment approaches, when appropriate, to address the unique needs and concerns of each person."
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(617) 431-2216
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" I provide individual and couple psychotherapy and have experience working with people who struggle with a variety of life challenges and emotional concerns including relationship issues, work and academic struggles, family difficulties, codependence, depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. My practice welcomes all age groups and gender identities from diverse backgrounds. I specialize primarily in psychodynamic and psychoanalytically-oriented therapy and integrate different treatment approaches, when appropriate, to address the unique needs and concerns of each person."
Caitlin Van Slooten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Coming to therapy can often be a challenging decision. Knowing how to start or how to find the right therapist is key to meeting your goals. My approach is to create a safe and supportive space for individuals to engage in reflection, learning, growth, healing and empowerment. Whether you are a college student or a more seasoned adult, this process will look different for each person as everyone has had their collection of experiences that have brought them to this point. I use an eclectic, intentional and thoughtful approach tailored to each client."
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(617) 409-2353
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"Coming to therapy can often be a challenging decision. Knowing how to start or how to find the right therapist is key to meeting your goals. My approach is to create a safe and supportive space for individuals to engage in reflection, learning, growth, healing and empowerment. Whether you are a college student or a more seasoned adult, this process will look different for each person as everyone has had their collection of experiences that have brought them to this point. I use an eclectic, intentional and thoughtful approach tailored to each client."
Shel Miller, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Are you tired of fighting all the time with yourself or a significant other? I restore tired relationships or help you build new ones. Whether just married, separated, divorcing, just hired or an unemployed executive, we can and will discover the right solutions to your problems. I am an expert in Marriage Counseling, Divorce Coaching and Premarital Counseling. Do you need efficient strategies and tools for developing new habits or moods? You can take charge of whatever transition or pain you are now facing -- whether you struggle with leadership in the Board room or with balancing parenting and child rearing."
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(857) 763-5327
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"Are you tired of fighting all the time with yourself or a significant other? I restore tired relationships or help you build new ones. Whether just married, separated, divorcing, just hired or an unemployed executive, we can and will discover the right solutions to your problems. I am an expert in Marriage Counseling, Divorce Coaching and Premarital Counseling. Do you need efficient strategies and tools for developing new habits or moods? You can take charge of whatever transition or pain you are now facing -- whether you struggle with leadership in the Board room or with balancing parenting and child rearing."
Jonathan E. Goldberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"There is no way to adequately describe the experience of living with depression and anxiety. For the roughly 13% of Americans who suffer from these conditions, everyday activities, such as going to work, speaking in class - even meeting friends for dinner - can become agonizing challenges accompanied by a host of negative physical and emotional symptoms. Perhaps you've noticed your face burning when you speak in public; have felt like an impostor at work and wait to be "found out;" or maybe you've experienced a surge of panic (racing-heart, trouble breathing, dizziness, nausea) when you least expected it?"
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(857) 574-0964 x301
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"There is no way to adequately describe the experience of living with depression and anxiety. For the roughly 13% of Americans who suffer from these conditions, everyday activities, such as going to work, speaking in class - even meeting friends for dinner - can become agonizing challenges accompanied by a host of negative physical and emotional symptoms. Perhaps you've noticed your face burning when you speak in public; have felt like an impostor at work and wait to be "found out;" or maybe you've experienced a surge of panic (racing-heart, trouble breathing, dizziness, nausea) when you least expected it?"
Rebecca Kotkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MA
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Office is near:
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
"Everyone has days when they feel a little anxious or overwhelmed by feelings. When those feelings start to interfere with your ability to sleep, work, engage in your relationships and enjoy life, it may be time to get some professional help. Therapy can offer the time and space to sort through your emotions, to learn how to cope with both the daily struggles and the long-term challenges, and to help you become your best self. Investing the time in yourself and in your mental health now can yield long-term benefits in helping you heal and set you on a happier and healthier path."
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(857) 320-3493
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Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
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"Everyone has days when they feel a little anxious or overwhelmed by feelings. When those feelings start to interfere with your ability to sleep, work, engage in your relationships and enjoy life, it may be time to get some professional help. Therapy can offer the time and space to sort through your emotions, to learn how to cope with both the daily struggles and the long-term challenges, and to help you become your best self. Investing the time in yourself and in your mental health now can yield long-term benefits in helping you heal and set you on a happier and healthier path."
Howard Yaffe, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
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(617) 553-1357
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Ilana L Cooper, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Believing that all therapy starts by building a detailed understanding of each person in the context of a developing therapeutic relationship, I will work with you collaboratively to develop a plan for your success based on your specific goals. Often, this plan includes enhancing knowledge, increasing self-awareness, and learning new skills. I offer an integration of therapeutic approaches, including relational (focusing on interpersonal interactions), mindfulness (emphasizing awareness and attention to one's experience), and cognitive-behavioral techniques (focusing on the impact of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors). "
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(857) 488-4419
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"Believing that all therapy starts by building a detailed understanding of each person in the context of a developing therapeutic relationship, I will work with you collaboratively to develop a plan for your success based on your specific goals. Often, this plan includes enhancing knowledge, increasing self-awareness, and learning new skills. I offer an integration of therapeutic approaches, including relational (focusing on interpersonal interactions), mindfulness (emphasizing awareness and attention to one's experience), and cognitive-behavioral techniques (focusing on the impact of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors). "
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Office is near:
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
"My role is to assist individuals to attain therapy goals that result in an improved life. Any motivated person is capable of modifying beliefs and behaviors that get in the way of a more satisfying life. If you are depressed, anxious, or have relationship concerns, psychotherapy provides a setting to better understand yourself and offers techniques to facilitate changes. I also treat individuals experiencing losses or transitions to new life stages. Even desirable events such as; graduating college, developing significant relationships, or job and location changes, can be stressful. My practice also includes those with eating disorders and substance abuse."
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(617) 829-9158
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Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
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"My role is to assist individuals to attain therapy goals that result in an improved life. Any motivated person is capable of modifying beliefs and behaviors that get in the way of a more satisfying life. If you are depressed, anxious, or have relationship concerns, psychotherapy provides a setting to better understand yourself and offers techniques to facilitate changes. I also treat individuals experiencing losses or transitions to new life stages. Even desirable events such as; graduating college, developing significant relationships, or job and location changes, can be stressful. My practice also includes those with eating disorders and substance abuse."
Jonathan Jenkins, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Let's think about our thinking. Curiosity and bravery are important aspects of any learning experience and these traits are equally important in psychotherapy. As a psychologist, I encourage my clients to be both brave and curious as we respectfully examine and process poignant thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Through this thoughtful process, the client is able to grow and gain self-confidence and improved internal emotional regulation. My goal or agenda for psychotherapy is not mine but yours, and I look forward to collaborating with you and bearing witness to your growth."
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(617) 431-4084
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"Let's think about our thinking. Curiosity and bravery are important aspects of any learning experience and these traits are equally important in psychotherapy. As a psychologist, I encourage my clients to be both brave and curious as we respectfully examine and process poignant thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Through this thoughtful process, the client is able to grow and gain self-confidence and improved internal emotional regulation. My goal or agenda for psychotherapy is not mine but yours, and I look forward to collaborating with you and bearing witness to your growth."
Marcos Cancado, Counselor
Counselor, PsyaD, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"The first premise in my practice is the respect I have for the person coming to me seeking to start psychotherapy. I understand how difficult it is to start therapy and talk to someone about our problems. No one is alike, no life style is the same. I listen to each of my patients allowing them time to familiarize with the purpose of the therapy and to begin to genuinely speak about the difficulties they encounter in their lives. Psychotherapy is a process of discovery and growth. As a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst I strive to facilitate this process."
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(617) 500-0773
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"The first premise in my practice is the respect I have for the person coming to me seeking to start psychotherapy. I understand how difficult it is to start therapy and talk to someone about our problems. No one is alike, no life style is the same. I listen to each of my patients allowing them time to familiarize with the purpose of the therapy and to begin to genuinely speak about the difficulties they encounter in their lives. Psychotherapy is a process of discovery and growth. As a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst I strive to facilitate this process."
Deborah Chamberlain, Counselor
Counselor, MS, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Office is near:
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
"My work is guided by a belief that clients need to feel safe enough to explore why they "feel" the way they do,and to help them develop a positive self-regard. As they say, "We can't heal what we can't see." My role in the context of the therapeutic relationship is to help clients "see"."
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(617) 209-3050
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Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
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"My work is guided by a belief that clients need to feel safe enough to explore why they "feel" the way they do,and to help them develop a positive self-regard. As they say, "We can't heal what we can't see." My role in the context of the therapeutic relationship is to help clients "see"."
Tita Wernimont, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"For 23 years I have been helping people find ways to cope with stress, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. I work with adults, families, and seniors of many cultures, ethnicities, spiritual beliefs and sexual orientations to increase awareness/ mindfulness, develop strategies to manage emotions and thoughts, let go of limiting fears and beliefs, increase a sense of well-being, and experience the freedom to take positive action."
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(857) 598-5385
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"For 23 years I have been helping people find ways to cope with stress, depression, anxiety, and PTSD. I work with adults, families, and seniors of many cultures, ethnicities, spiritual beliefs and sexual orientations to increase awareness/ mindfulness, develop strategies to manage emotions and thoughts, let go of limiting fears and beliefs, increase a sense of well-being, and experience the freedom to take positive action."
Corin Pilo-Comtois, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"**Please e-mail for quickest response!** Realizing you need help and seeking treatment is not easy to handle alone. I will take the steps with you throughout the process and provide the comfort necessary for you to succeed. I will provide a safe, non-judgmental environment and help you achieve your desired goals. I have extensive experience in weight loss, obesity and binge eating disorder, as well as sports psychology, anxiety and mood disorders. (If you are able to come to the Newton office, I may have my dog joining us.)"
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(617) 229-6972
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"**Please e-mail for quickest response!** Realizing you need help and seeking treatment is not easy to handle alone. I will take the steps with you throughout the process and provide the comfort necessary for you to succeed. I will provide a safe, non-judgmental environment and help you achieve your desired goals. I have extensive experience in weight loss, obesity and binge eating disorder, as well as sports psychology, anxiety and mood disorders. (If you are able to come to the Newton office, I may have my dog joining us.)"
Elisheva (Ellie) Dan, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"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."
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(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."
Wendy C Jolles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Office is near:
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
"A safe place to bring your whole self into the room."
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(617) 237-6879
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"A safe place to bring your whole self into the room."
Tal Katz, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I recognize that finding appropriate behavioral healthcare can be a daunting task. Many of you have already spent hours or days searching online, calling insurance companies, or asking friends if they “know of anyone” who can help you make the changes you desire. Seeking behavioral healthcare is challenging enough without these additional hurdles. My goal is to simplify the process of looking for appropriate treatment and accelerate the process of getting appropriate treatment. My philosophy is that change is possible, and through education, collaboration, and thoughtful treatment goals everyone is capable of finding that change."
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(857) 304-9502
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"I recognize that finding appropriate behavioral healthcare can be a daunting task. Many of you have already spent hours or days searching online, calling insurance companies, or asking friends if they “know of anyone” who can help you make the changes you desire. Seeking behavioral healthcare is challenging enough without these additional hurdles. My goal is to simplify the process of looking for appropriate treatment and accelerate the process of getting appropriate treatment. My philosophy is that change is possible, and through education, collaboration, and thoughtful treatment goals everyone is capable of finding that change."
Lauren S. Berly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I believe that a person's ability to change or grow or adapt to difficult situations is present inside them. Depression, anxiety and poor coping strategies can get in the way. My job as your therapist is to help you build your self esteem and belief in yourself and increase your sense of optimism and control over your life. With new insights, your ability to take action will increase."
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(617) 652-0962
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"I believe that a person's ability to change or grow or adapt to difficult situations is present inside them. Depression, anxiety and poor coping strategies can get in the way. My job as your therapist is to help you build your self esteem and belief in yourself and increase your sense of optimism and control over your life. With new insights, your ability to take action will increase."
Amy S Kavadlo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"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."
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(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."

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