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-HEALING- My goal as a therapist is to help you feel better, manage life stressors and to cope with your everyday emotions. Life changes can come in many forms; death, separation, family upbringing , relationship break, academic issues and substance use to name a few. In order for the healing process to begin we must work together to form a supportive trusting relationship.
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-HEALING- My goal as a therapist is to help you feel better, manage life stressors and to cope with your everyday emotions. Life changes can come in many forms; death, separation, family upbringing , relationship break, academic issues and substance use to name a few. In order for the healing process to begin we must work together to form a supportive trusting relationship.
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I am not currently able to accept new clients. I find that successful psychotherapy begins by helping you to clearly envision what you want for yourself. In particular, how do you want your life to be? I will help you clarify your hopes for yourself through ongoing collaboration. From there, we will think through strategies and work through barriers as you seek to achieve your vision of how you want to feel, to relate to others, to work, to study or learn. Each person is entirely unique, and thus, my approach to help you live the life you want to live will be adapted to your unique self.
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I am not currently able to accept new clients. I find that successful psychotherapy begins by helping you to clearly envision what you want for yourself. In particular, how do you want your life to be? I will help you clarify your hopes for yourself through ongoing collaboration. From there, we will think through strategies and work through barriers as you seek to achieve your vision of how you want to feel, to relate to others, to work, to study or learn. Each person is entirely unique, and thus, my approach to help you live the life you want to live will be adapted to your unique self.
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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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(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.
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In these challenging times, you may feel more stress, couples may have tensions, I am here to help and support you. Working together, couples and clients feel transformed, like themselves better, make healthier choices, develop self-compassion, and compassion for others. I help people and couples work through challenges and emerge more confident, peaceful and happy. My clients grow and feel deeply supported and challenged as they grow. My work helps you identify your core patterns, choose to treat yourself kindly, improve your most important relationships, understand and resolve old conflicts and trauma, and feel better.
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(202) 656-1908
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In these challenging times, you may feel more stress, couples may have tensions, I am here to help and support you. Working together, couples and clients feel transformed, like themselves better, make healthier choices, develop self-compassion, and compassion for others. I help people and couples work through challenges and emerge more confident, peaceful and happy. My clients grow and feel deeply supported and challenged as they grow. My work helps you identify your core patterns, choose to treat yourself kindly, improve your most important relationships, understand and resolve old conflicts and trauma, and feel better.
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I believe that therapy is a conduit for mental, emotional and spiritual change. Working with individuals, couples and families I often see my clients grow and change in the most positive and rewarding ways. In my practice I work closely with people to identify the changes you want to make in your life. Then we focus on the strengths that have helped you thus far and the challenges that have held you back. Understanding yourself, a strong self-esteem, and emotional, mental, physical and spiritual healing are the key to moving forward in life and being happy.
African-American
(617) 446-3138
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I believe that therapy is a conduit for mental, emotional and spiritual change. Working with individuals, couples and families I often see my clients grow and change in the most positive and rewarding ways. In my practice I work closely with people to identify the changes you want to make in your life. Then we focus on the strengths that have helped you thus far and the challenges that have held you back. Understanding yourself, a strong self-esteem, and emotional, mental, physical and spiritual healing are the key to moving forward in life and being happy.
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You're feeling stuck and alone. You want to move forward from past trauma or a toxic relationship, but what you've tried isn't working. Now, you do what you need to survive. You've been doing that for a while, but you want more. You want full life! If your therapy is all "talk", it won't help. You could go around in circles for years, and never take a step. In therapy you want more than just "insight", you want to stop panic attacks, feel better about yourself, be more present, and have healthy relationships. You want tools, not just talk.
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You're feeling stuck and alone. You want to move forward from past trauma or a toxic relationship, but what you've tried isn't working. Now, you do what you need to survive. You've been doing that for a while, but you want more. You want full life! If your therapy is all "talk", it won't help. You could go around in circles for years, and never take a step. In therapy you want more than just "insight", you want to stop panic attacks, feel better about yourself, be more present, and have healthy relationships. You want tools, not just talk.
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Everyday living is not without stressors. How we react to events or interact in relationships can be a struggle as well as puzzling. Why do we feel the way we do? Why do we continue to make the same mistakes over and over again? How can our perceptions be so different from others? How do early experiences impact our perceptions, feelings, and behaviors? I provide a safe, comforting environment for you to explore and reflect on your past and recent experiences, feelings, and relationships. My approach is to facilitate change based on your expressed needs and goals.
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Everyday living is not without stressors. How we react to events or interact in relationships can be a struggle as well as puzzling. Why do we feel the way we do? Why do we continue to make the same mistakes over and over again? How can our perceptions be so different from others? How do early experiences impact our perceptions, feelings, and behaviors? I provide a safe, comforting environment for you to explore and reflect on your past and recent experiences, feelings, and relationships. My approach is to facilitate change based on your expressed needs and goals.
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I am a licensed educational psychologist and psychotherapist. There are times in life when you may struggle with social-emotional issues that are overwhelming. You may be dealing with issues such as anxiety, depression, social stress, relational conflicts, low self-esteem, poor impulse control, trauma, or the challenges of college life. Navigating the myriad of social stressors frequently requires learning new skill sets, which at times may include further development of your Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
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I am a licensed educational psychologist and psychotherapist. There are times in life when you may struggle with social-emotional issues that are overwhelming. You may be dealing with issues such as anxiety, depression, social stress, relational conflicts, low self-esteem, poor impulse control, trauma, or the challenges of college life. Navigating the myriad of social stressors frequently requires learning new skill sets, which at times may include further development of your Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
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Life can be tough! But I think we sometimes forget our resilience when life, school, work, and family, throws us twists and turns. Sometimes, we need a little help in balancing all the demands that are placed upon us and that we place upon ourselves. Welcome to your journey to self re/discovery! You have taken a major step towards your goals even by reading this profile. As your Counselor, I see this as a collaborative process. Using a very kind, personable, authentic and non-judgmental approach, we will walk together as you discover your many hidden strengths along the way to hope and healing.
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Life can be tough! But I think we sometimes forget our resilience when life, school, work, and family, throws us twists and turns. Sometimes, we need a little help in balancing all the demands that are placed upon us and that we place upon ourselves. Welcome to your journey to self re/discovery! You have taken a major step towards your goals even by reading this profile. As your Counselor, I see this as a collaborative process. Using a very kind, personable, authentic and non-judgmental approach, we will walk together as you discover your many hidden strengths along the way to hope and healing.
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Mental and physical wellness may be tied to financial wellness; individuals who experience stress based on the financial decisions they are making, or have made, can minimize stress by better understanding their financial health. I work with individuals on aspects of financial health, the emotional relationship with money, and alleviating the barriers poor financial decisions may cause. If these barriers are removed new strategies for wellness may be achieved.
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(844) 941-2732
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Mental and physical wellness may be tied to financial wellness; individuals who experience stress based on the financial decisions they are making, or have made, can minimize stress by better understanding their financial health. I work with individuals on aspects of financial health, the emotional relationship with money, and alleviating the barriers poor financial decisions may cause. If these barriers are removed new strategies for wellness may be achieved.
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At Soul Sprout Mindful Care, we are dedicated to helping you and your family achieve Mental Health. We believe that Mental Health is just as important as physical health, and we treat it as such. We are committed to providing therapeutic services including individual outpatient therapy, family outpatient therapy, and couples outpatient therapy. A therapist will work with you to develop a treatment plan, with interventions tailored specifically to your needs. We believe that you should be heard, and we take supporting you very seriously.
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(339) 201-9892
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At Soul Sprout Mindful Care, we are dedicated to helping you and your family achieve Mental Health. We believe that Mental Health is just as important as physical health, and we treat it as such. We are committed to providing therapeutic services including individual outpatient therapy, family outpatient therapy, and couples outpatient therapy. A therapist will work with you to develop a treatment plan, with interventions tailored specifically to your needs. We believe that you should be heard, and we take supporting you very seriously.
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Are you tired of being tired, constantly feeling miss-understood, disabling negative thinking, just existing rather than living? You are looking for a Counselor/Life Coach who will partner with you to challenge your thinking and change these behaviors. Then please give us a call. We are cross-cultural, client-centered, solution focus, community-based practitioners, with over twenty years of experiences. We offer a variety of specialized services to facilitate growth, healing and lasting change. We work with our clients interactively and strive to provide them with tools needed to create solutions for issues in their lives and relationships.
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(617) 600-0689
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Are you tired of being tired, constantly feeling miss-understood, disabling negative thinking, just existing rather than living? You are looking for a Counselor/Life Coach who will partner with you to challenge your thinking and change these behaviors. Then please give us a call. We are cross-cultural, client-centered, solution focus, community-based practitioners, with over twenty years of experiences. We offer a variety of specialized services to facilitate growth, healing and lasting change. We work with our clients interactively and strive to provide them with tools needed to create solutions for issues in their lives and relationships.
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I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist offering private psychotherapy. I treat individuals (children to older adults), couples and families. I have extensive experience in couple and relationship difficulties; mood disorders including depression and bipolar disorder; trauma and post traumatic stress disorder; anxiety, panic and stress; grief; divorce; parent/child conflicts; work or career-related problems and chronic or terminal illness. My practice is gay affirmative and I treat gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender clients.
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(860) 733-0343
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I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist offering private psychotherapy. I treat individuals (children to older adults), couples and families. I have extensive experience in couple and relationship difficulties; mood disorders including depression and bipolar disorder; trauma and post traumatic stress disorder; anxiety, panic and stress; grief; divorce; parent/child conflicts; work or career-related problems and chronic or terminal illness. My practice is gay affirmative and I treat gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender clients.
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The Leggett Group provides compassionate and highly-skilled behavioral health services for a broad range of issues. We are a group of 16 (and growing!) therapists and one Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with vast experience and expertise who are ready to help you with some of life's toughest struggles. We know it's hard to ask for assistance; we are ready to listen when you call. Come to either of our beautiful offices in Framingham and Roslindale (Boston) and experience how different life is when you let someone help along the way.
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(857) 254-1881
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The Leggett Group provides compassionate and highly-skilled behavioral health services for a broad range of issues. We are a group of 16 (and growing!) therapists and one Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with vast experience and expertise who are ready to help you with some of life's toughest struggles. We know it's hard to ask for assistance; we are ready to listen when you call. Come to either of our beautiful offices in Framingham and Roslindale (Boston) and experience how different life is when you let someone help along the way.
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I have been working with children and families for more than 25 years. My approach is strength based - I'm interested in helping you get results. I am collaborative in my approach and at the same time I use specific knowledge and skills to provide support around a variety of issues. My "wheelhouse" is working with children, families and adults who have experienced developmental trauma. I use neuroscience, attachment and developmental approaches to work with trauma as it impacts children, adults, families, couples and individuals. I have an M.Ed in counseling (1992) from Umass Amherst and an MSW (2002) from Smith SSW.
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I have been working with children and families for more than 25 years. My approach is strength based - I'm interested in helping you get results. I am collaborative in my approach and at the same time I use specific knowledge and skills to provide support around a variety of issues. My "wheelhouse" is working with children, families and adults who have experienced developmental trauma. I use neuroscience, attachment and developmental approaches to work with trauma as it impacts children, adults, families, couples and individuals. I have an M.Ed in counseling (1992) from Umass Amherst and an MSW (2002) from Smith SSW.
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***Accepting New Teletherapy Patients at reduced rate: $85 session *** I consider the overlapping experiences of authenticity, identity and relationships as central to therapy and the ways in which we make sense of ourselves and others in the world. I work from a relational psychotherapeutic approach while integrating psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, attachment, and neurobiological models for understanding the whole person. For therapy with children and adolescents I primarily utilize Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Circle of Security (COS) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) interventions.
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(833) 274-9761
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***Accepting New Teletherapy Patients at reduced rate: $85 session *** I consider the overlapping experiences of authenticity, identity and relationships as central to therapy and the ways in which we make sense of ourselves and others in the world. I work from a relational psychotherapeutic approach while integrating psychoanalytic, psychodynamic, attachment, and neurobiological models for understanding the whole person. For therapy with children and adolescents I primarily utilize Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Circle of Security (COS) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) interventions.
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After a twenty-year career in the education field, I am confident we can work together effectively on what has brought you to the point of reaching out for help. My style of counseling combines an awareness of how past experiences impact our thinking and behaviors with a mindfulness-based appreciation of our unchanging core. If you're in a troubling relationship I help to develop safe spaces to deepen connection and intimacy through deep listening and self-compassion. Families looking for help with children can expect a variety of concrete approaches to engage them involving multiple family members as appropriate.
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(413) 239-3742
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After a twenty-year career in the education field, I am confident we can work together effectively on what has brought you to the point of reaching out for help. My style of counseling combines an awareness of how past experiences impact our thinking and behaviors with a mindfulness-based appreciation of our unchanging core. If you're in a troubling relationship I help to develop safe spaces to deepen connection and intimacy through deep listening and self-compassion. Families looking for help with children can expect a variety of concrete approaches to engage them involving multiple family members as appropriate.
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I am a Clinical Psychologist providing psychotherapy and consultation to Children, Adolescents and Adults. I believe that through a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship my clients are able to explore and practice healthy coping skills and strategies to best solve problems, improve relationships and reduce problematic symptoms that interfere with their functioning. I am committed to providing culturally relevant and validated therapy treatments. I believe it is important to take into consideration all aspects of an individual's experience and functioning, including biological, environmental, socio-economic and cultural factors as well as psychological.
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(617) 539-7811
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I am a Clinical Psychologist providing psychotherapy and consultation to Children, Adolescents and Adults. I believe that through a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship my clients are able to explore and practice healthy coping skills and strategies to best solve problems, improve relationships and reduce problematic symptoms that interfere with their functioning. I am committed to providing culturally relevant and validated therapy treatments. I believe it is important to take into consideration all aspects of an individual's experience and functioning, including biological, environmental, socio-economic and cultural factors as well as psychological.
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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.
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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.
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Life gets hard at times with increasing demands and a finite amount of resources. As creatures of habit, we tend to get stuck in what seems like a never-ending cycle. My clients come to me with a desire for REAL change. They may be managing long-standing mental health problems and/or new and chronic medical conditions. They also seek to improve their relationships and find out what makes their life worth living. In the end, my clients appreciate introspection and understanding the past, but believe that actual concrete change is needed.
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(857) 226-3358
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Life gets hard at times with increasing demands and a finite amount of resources. As creatures of habit, we tend to get stuck in what seems like a never-ending cycle. My clients come to me with a desire for REAL change. They may be managing long-standing mental health problems and/or new and chronic medical conditions. They also seek to improve their relationships and find out what makes their life worth living. In the end, my clients appreciate introspection and understanding the past, but believe that actual concrete change is needed.

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African-American (Black) Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Massachusetts or for a Massachusetts African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Massachusetts or Massachusetts black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Massachusetts. They provide African American counseling in Massachusetts or black counseling in Massachusetts and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Massachusetts.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

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Therapists in Massachusetts are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Massachusetts

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Massachusetts you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Massachusetts and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Massachusetts or family therapy in Massachusetts.


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