Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"Over the years as a therapist, I have found that the common theme amongst my clients is not their diagnosis or their problems but their deep desire for Calmness, Clarity & Connection. They seek therapy because something is not right in their lives and they want to find a better way. The ingredients to healing are found in these three elements. Whether it is through individual therapy, teen support/skill building, The c3 Method or even within the audience of my public speaking events, my clients engage in a process that leads them away from their struggles to a place of Calmness, Clarity and Connection. ​ "
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Positive Psychology
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Buddhist
Positive Psychology
"Over the years as a therapist, I have found that the common theme amongst my clients is not their diagnosis or their problems but their deep desire for Calmness, Clarity & Connection. They seek therapy because something is not right in their lives and they want to find a better way. The ingredients to healing are found in these three elements. Whether it is through individual therapy, teen support/skill building, The c3 Method or even within the audience of my public speaking events, my clients engage in a process that leads them away from their struggles to a place of Calmness, Clarity and Connection. ​ "
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Beth Gochberg Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CSAT, CCPS
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"As a certified Sex Addiction & Partner Trauma Specialist, my role is to help you navigate the traumatic effects of relationship betrayal on your road to recovery, growth, healing & discovery. My approach is empathetic, action oriented, strength & trauma based. I'm committed to working with partners, couples & families impacted by sex addiction & betrayal trauma. As a therapist with over 35 years of experience, I work with a range of emotional & behavioral issues. My clients struggle with anxiety, depression, loss, grief, relationship & intimacy issues, marital & family problems. I offer a personalized approach tailored to your needs"
(857) 226-4283
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"As a certified Sex Addiction & Partner Trauma Specialist, my role is to help you navigate the traumatic effects of relationship betrayal on your road to recovery, growth, healing & discovery. My approach is empathetic, action oriented, strength & trauma based. I'm committed to working with partners, couples & families impacted by sex addiction & betrayal trauma. As a therapist with over 35 years of experience, I work with a range of emotional & behavioral issues. My clients struggle with anxiety, depression, loss, grief, relationship & intimacy issues, marital & family problems. I offer a personalized approach tailored to your needs"
Jayme Nowland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"*** Currently not accepting new clients. I am a Clinical Social Worker. I work with adults struggling with anxiety, depression, major life stressors and wanting to change a behavior. I provide parent consultations and support from postpartum depression/anxiety to struggles with their child's behavior or mental health issues."
(508) 503-1386
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"*** Currently not accepting new clients. I am a Clinical Social Worker. I work with adults struggling with anxiety, depression, major life stressors and wanting to change a behavior. I provide parent consultations and support from postpartum depression/anxiety to struggles with their child's behavior or mental health issues."
Leonard Joel Sommer, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy, as I define it to my patients and students, is the collaborative inquiry between patient and therapist into the patient's patterns of interaction and patterns of expection. This kind of study leads to greater personal and interpersonal freedom, which allows for the reduction or the elimination of symptoms. Psychotherapy can be of brief duration or an extended enterprise focusing on long term difficulties. The decision on which form of psychotherapy to undertake is usually based on an evaluation of 1 to 3 sessions, where a treatment plan is developed. I am interactive in my approach."
(781) 854-3895 x2
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"Psychotherapy, as I define it to my patients and students, is the collaborative inquiry between patient and therapist into the patient's patterns of interaction and patterns of expection. This kind of study leads to greater personal and interpersonal freedom, which allows for the reduction or the elimination of symptoms. Psychotherapy can be of brief duration or an extended enterprise focusing on long term difficulties. The decision on which form of psychotherapy to undertake is usually based on an evaluation of 1 to 3 sessions, where a treatment plan is developed. I am interactive in my approach."
Robert R Tella, Psychologist
Psychologist, EdD
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"Dr. Robert Tella is a Clinical Licensed Psychologist and Certified Massachusetts Health Service Provider. He has worked in the field of mental health for over thirty years, twenty-three of which have been in his private practice of clinical and consulting psychology in Wellesley, Massachusetts. His background experience is extensive, encompassing inpatient and outpatient work at various Boston-area hospitals, serving children and adults, in addition to supervising and training of graduate students and interns."
(781) 328-2938
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"Dr. Robert Tella is a Clinical Licensed Psychologist and Certified Massachusetts Health Service Provider. He has worked in the field of mental health for over thirty years, twenty-three of which have been in his private practice of clinical and consulting psychology in Wellesley, Massachusetts. His background experience is extensive, encompassing inpatient and outpatient work at various Boston-area hospitals, serving children and adults, in addition to supervising and training of graduate students and interns."
Aisha Usmani, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Anxiety can be debilitating for many of us. It makes us uncomfortable and avoid things, and we end up not participating in life the way we want to. My approach is to teach you the necessary skills, so that anxiety does not drive your life. I use the most current evidence-based treatments for anxiety. The CBT skills you will learn in treatment with me are well researched and have been shown to help people with anxiety improve their lives. I have focused on treating anxiety using CBT techniques throughout my education, training, and career."
(617) 299-8454
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"Anxiety can be debilitating for many of us. It makes us uncomfortable and avoid things, and we end up not participating in life the way we want to. My approach is to teach you the necessary skills, so that anxiety does not drive your life. I use the most current evidence-based treatments for anxiety. The CBT skills you will learn in treatment with me are well researched and have been shown to help people with anxiety improve their lives. I have focused on treating anxiety using CBT techniques throughout my education, training, and career."
Marianne Brandon, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome to my psychology practice. I am a clinical psychologist and relationship therapist in Wellesley Hills. Come to my office and/or we can work remotely via a confidential internet connection. Areas of expertise include relationship concerns, issues unique to men and women in our rapidly changing society, and increasing sexual satisfaction in long-term relationships. I work with individuals and couples who wish to deepen emotional or sexual intimacy, improve communication, strengthen their romantic bond, heal from affairs, and folks who feel addicted to pornography or other sexual outlets. I also address depression, irritability, low self-esteem, anxiety, etc."
(410) 988-4254
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"Welcome to my psychology practice. I am a clinical psychologist and relationship therapist in Wellesley Hills. Come to my office and/or we can work remotely via a confidential internet connection. Areas of expertise include relationship concerns, issues unique to men and women in our rapidly changing society, and increasing sexual satisfaction in long-term relationships. I work with individuals and couples who wish to deepen emotional or sexual intimacy, improve communication, strengthen their romantic bond, heal from affairs, and folks who feel addicted to pornography or other sexual outlets. I also address depression, irritability, low self-esteem, anxiety, etc."
Rosa M Buffone, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC, RMT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Dawna Markova writes, 'I WILL NOT DIE AN UNLIVED LIFE'! The goal of our work together will be to access that innate wisdom which allows "creative thought" and "inspired action" to guide you towards a life of great success, joy and fulfillment. Release the past and embrace a new level of consciousness that promises to restructure old, destructive cognitive-behavioral patterns and false premises. The process includes tangible action steps; self-reflection and personal renewal; building honest and loving relationships; mindfulness meditation and guided visualization; "tapping" or EFT; developing intuition; reclaiming purpose and passion; and recognizing the Sacred in all things."
(617) 858-6913
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"Dawna Markova writes, 'I WILL NOT DIE AN UNLIVED LIFE'! The goal of our work together will be to access that innate wisdom which allows "creative thought" and "inspired action" to guide you towards a life of great success, joy and fulfillment. Release the past and embrace a new level of consciousness that promises to restructure old, destructive cognitive-behavioral patterns and false premises. The process includes tangible action steps; self-reflection and personal renewal; building honest and loving relationships; mindfulness meditation and guided visualization; "tapping" or EFT; developing intuition; reclaiming purpose and passion; and recognizing the Sacred in all things."
Jessica Perry, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I was trained in an eclectic program and like to cater our treatment to your specific needs. I enjoy working with both adolescents and adults and have a specialty in eating disorder treatment. In addition, I have training and experience in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, self-injury, relationship issues and life transitions."
(781) 780-4252
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"I was trained in an eclectic program and like to cater our treatment to your specific needs. I enjoy working with both adolescents and adults and have a specialty in eating disorder treatment. In addition, I have training and experience in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, self-injury, relationship issues and life transitions."
Mark Geer, Psychologist
Psychologist, EdD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Dr. Mark Geer, Licensed Psychologist, past President of New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis, past President of New England Society for Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation, member of American Psychological Association. Private practice 25 years,and extensive training in psychotherapy and hypno-therapy. My approach to helping is collaborative, empathic and offers a working alliance based on mutually identified goals. I work from the Ego State Therapy model: #1. Identify personality aspects that harbor pain, trauma, anger or conflicting emotions; promote resilience,inner strength,and confidence; and activate expression and work through emotions that block happiness and healthy relationships."
(781) 499-2445 x211
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"Dr. Mark Geer, Licensed Psychologist, past President of New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis, past President of New England Society for Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation, member of American Psychological Association. Private practice 25 years,and extensive training in psychotherapy and hypno-therapy. My approach to helping is collaborative, empathic and offers a working alliance based on mutually identified goals. I work from the Ego State Therapy model: #1. Identify personality aspects that harbor pain, trauma, anger or conflicting emotions; promote resilience,inner strength,and confidence; and activate expression and work through emotions that block happiness and healthy relationships."
Len Schmelkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I HAVE A KEEN ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN...and this reflects daily in my clinical work. Is your child or adolescent not functioning well in school or at home? Are they struggling with their grades, friendships or family relationships? Sometimes it may be they have yet to reach certain developmental milestones. However, it could also be an indication of a more complicated emotional or learning problem. I have extensive experience working with both school and family systems and feel I am the best therapist to assist you and your family in your time of need."
(339) 213-8602
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"I HAVE A KEEN ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN...and this reflects daily in my clinical work. Is your child or adolescent not functioning well in school or at home? Are they struggling with their grades, friendships or family relationships? Sometimes it may be they have yet to reach certain developmental milestones. However, it could also be an indication of a more complicated emotional or learning problem. I have extensive experience working with both school and family systems and feel I am the best therapist to assist you and your family in your time of need."
Garrett Berna, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have worked with diverse populations and people of all ages ranging from 4-74 years old while working in community mental health. My clinical experience also includes treating children and adolescents with trauma and severe emotional and behavioral issues at two residential schools. I currently focus on children, teens/adolescents, families, and adults. I enjoy working with (and working alongside) athletes, taking a sports psychology approach. I also have a strong history of working well with clients who have not responded/had difficulty engaging in traditional therapy."
(508) 544-0258
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"I have worked with diverse populations and people of all ages ranging from 4-74 years old while working in community mental health. My clinical experience also includes treating children and adolescents with trauma and severe emotional and behavioral issues at two residential schools. I currently focus on children, teens/adolescents, families, and adults. I enjoy working with (and working alongside) athletes, taking a sports psychology approach. I also have a strong history of working well with clients who have not responded/had difficulty engaging in traditional therapy."
Trina B. Zilla, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a cognitive-behavioral psychologist, I help clients understand how thoughts directly impact feelings and behaviors. Clients and I will work together to identify the automatic thoughts that accompany feelings such as anxiety, sadness, frustration, and anger. When we're anxious or upset our thoughts are often inaccurate and overly negative. When we start listening to these thoughts we can learn to replace them with more accurate and constructive ones, ultimately resulting in more positive feelings and behaviors."
(781) 269-9329
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"As a cognitive-behavioral psychologist, I help clients understand how thoughts directly impact feelings and behaviors. Clients and I will work together to identify the automatic thoughts that accompany feelings such as anxiety, sadness, frustration, and anger. When we're anxious or upset our thoughts are often inaccurate and overly negative. When we start listening to these thoughts we can learn to replace them with more accurate and constructive ones, ultimately resulting in more positive feelings and behaviors."
Marsha H. G. Klein, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"In therapy, the client and I enter into a collaboration to find new ways to problem-solve, reduce suffering, discover patterns and build new life paths. As part of this process, I help the client: to learn about patterns of thought and behavior, to learn to be with unpleasant experiences instead of avoiding them or grasping for something else, and to practice awareness, self-compassion and curiosity, habits of mind that help bring about positive change. I have a gentle, direct, and engaging approach that encourages and supports the client."
(781) 912-3822
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"In therapy, the client and I enter into a collaboration to find new ways to problem-solve, reduce suffering, discover patterns and build new life paths. As part of this process, I help the client: to learn about patterns of thought and behavior, to learn to be with unpleasant experiences instead of avoiding them or grasping for something else, and to practice awareness, self-compassion and curiosity, habits of mind that help bring about positive change. I have a gentle, direct, and engaging approach that encourages and supports the client."
Irit Feldman, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Please call me directly for a free 15 minute phone consultation in order to find out more about how I work. One of my offices is located on the Newton/Wellesley border with plenty of parking available. My other office is conveniently located near the Copley T stop in the Back Bay on a street with easy parking and lot of metered parking spaces."
(617) 674-0955
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"Please call me directly for a free 15 minute phone consultation in order to find out more about how I work. One of my offices is located on the Newton/Wellesley border with plenty of parking available. My other office is conveniently located near the Copley T stop in the Back Bay on a street with easy parking and lot of metered parking spaces."
Inessa Altshuler, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My practice provides safe and supportive environment to reduce pressure, discomfort, fear of judgment creating an atmosphere of trust, acceptance, and validation. This setting allows to speak openly about physical, emotional, and psychological concerns, to freely express doubts, believes, thoughts, feelings, emotions, ideas, and concepts. I encourage, but not pressure, exploring difficult situations, traumatic events, defense mechanisms, malfunctioning schema, identifying patterns, values, beliefs, connections between past and present; building on strengths to overcome challenges, realize potential and find meaning."
(339) 368-5683
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"My practice provides safe and supportive environment to reduce pressure, discomfort, fear of judgment creating an atmosphere of trust, acceptance, and validation. This setting allows to speak openly about physical, emotional, and psychological concerns, to freely express doubts, believes, thoughts, feelings, emotions, ideas, and concepts. I encourage, but not pressure, exploring difficult situations, traumatic events, defense mechanisms, malfunctioning schema, identifying patterns, values, beliefs, connections between past and present; building on strengths to overcome challenges, realize potential and find meaning."
Eva Bigonet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My greatest joy and expertise is helping others; individuals and couples, with a wide range of relationship issues, such as communication, fighting, unmet needs, emotional/verbal abuse, relationship/love addiction, affairs, issues of intimacy, etc. I'm also skilled and enjoy helping women with issues of co-dependency, power inequalities, guilt, self-loathing, loss of self, or low self-esteem supporting them to become empowered in their lives and relationships to get their needs met. In addition, I see adults and adolescents struggling with issues, such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, life transitions, loss and grief."
(617) 553-1658
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"My greatest joy and expertise is helping others; individuals and couples, with a wide range of relationship issues, such as communication, fighting, unmet needs, emotional/verbal abuse, relationship/love addiction, affairs, issues of intimacy, etc. I'm also skilled and enjoy helping women with issues of co-dependency, power inequalities, guilt, self-loathing, loss of self, or low self-esteem supporting them to become empowered in their lives and relationships to get their needs met. In addition, I see adults and adolescents struggling with issues, such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, life transitions, loss and grief."
Ojas Psychotherapy Services, Inc., Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"When venturing into therapy, you might not see yourself as resilient or know your strengths. I strive to help you connect with your resources so you can face and tackle your most trying challenges. Profoundly human moments that fill my patients with relief, hope, and the freedom to feel deep sadness, often arrive unexpectedly. As I witness meaningful moments of reflection, powerful realizations and new resolve, I feel immensely privileged to be part of this inner journey."
(617) 941-4105
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"When venturing into therapy, you might not see yourself as resilient or know your strengths. I strive to help you connect with your resources so you can face and tackle your most trying challenges. Profoundly human moments that fill my patients with relief, hope, and the freedom to feel deep sadness, often arrive unexpectedly. As I witness meaningful moments of reflection, powerful realizations and new resolve, I feel immensely privileged to be part of this inner journey."
Mitch Abblett, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Boston-area psychologist for over 15 years, my services focus on work with children, teens, parents, families and adults with whom I create solutions for a range of concerns. I have clinical experience from various settings (hospitals, outpatient clinics, residential facilities and therapeutic schools). For over a decade, I served as the Clinical Director of the Manville School at Judge Baker Children's Center in Boston - a Harvard-affiliated therapeutic school program for children/teens with emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties. I also recently served as the Executive Director of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy (IMP) in Boston."
(774) 237-2098
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"As a Boston-area psychologist for over 15 years, my services focus on work with children, teens, parents, families and adults with whom I create solutions for a range of concerns. I have clinical experience from various settings (hospitals, outpatient clinics, residential facilities and therapeutic schools). For over a decade, I served as the Clinical Director of the Manville School at Judge Baker Children's Center in Boston - a Harvard-affiliated therapeutic school program for children/teens with emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties. I also recently served as the Executive Director of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy (IMP) in Boston."
Tracey Hurd, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a clinical psychologist, I provide psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families around a wide range of issues including life transitions, anxiety, relationships, loss, depression, and grief. Throughout childhood and adulthood, we encounter challenges that are not easy to overcome. Conflicting feelings and behavioral patterns can often make us feel stuck and vulnerable. I help people get back on a path of growth and fulfillment using an approach that is relational, caring, and practical."
(978) 481-3118
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"As a clinical psychologist, I provide psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families around a wide range of issues including life transitions, anxiety, relationships, loss, depression, and grief. Throughout childhood and adulthood, we encounter challenges that are not easy to overcome. Conflicting feelings and behavioral patterns can often make us feel stuck and vulnerable. I help people get back on a path of growth and fulfillment using an approach that is relational, caring, and practical."

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