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"I am excited to announce that I am transitioning my private practice to work as full time Clinical Director at the Center for Healing Journeys (wneketamine.com), the first program to offer Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) in western New England. For those of you unfamiliar with KAP it is a powerful new treatment using the only currently legal/available psychedelic. It's backed by 20 years of research, showing robust recovery from all neuro-rigidified disorders such as Treatment Resistant Depression, OCD, PTSD, Suicidal Ideation, and ruminative anxiety disorder. (70-80% success with most intractable disorders)."
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"I am excited to announce that I am transitioning my private practice to work as full time Clinical Director at the Center for Healing Journeys (wneketamine.com), the first program to offer Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) in western New England. For those of you unfamiliar with KAP it is a powerful new treatment using the only currently legal/available psychedelic. It's backed by 20 years of research, showing robust recovery from all neuro-rigidified disorders such as Treatment Resistant Depression, OCD, PTSD, Suicidal Ideation, and ruminative anxiety disorder. (70-80% success with most intractable disorders)."
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"During our lives, we can find ourselves in painful, often repetitive situations without understanding why. I provide a safe, thoughtful space in order to help expand both your understanding of problems, and your potential for change. I believe that we all have the talents, strengths and skills necessary to make meaningful changes in our lives, and I employ extensive therapeutic experience, professional knowledge, empathic curiosity, and playfulness in the treatment of individuals ages 8 and older, couples, and families. I look forward to consulting with you in the service of identifying and supporting the achievement of your life goals."
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"During our lives, we can find ourselves in painful, often repetitive situations without understanding why. I provide a safe, thoughtful space in order to help expand both your understanding of problems, and your potential for change. I believe that we all have the talents, strengths and skills necessary to make meaningful changes in our lives, and I employ extensive therapeutic experience, professional knowledge, empathic curiosity, and playfulness in the treatment of individuals ages 8 and older, couples, and families. I look forward to consulting with you in the service of identifying and supporting the achievement of your life goals."
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"Welcome! It takes courage to be open and honest with a new therapist. I can help if you are struggling with your mood, feeling irritable, overwhelmed, sad or scared. If you are a bit impulsive, perhaps lapsing into old behaviors of which you are less than proud then I'd love to meet you. I am calm, kind, caring and nonjudgmental but also very practical and helpful in concrete ways."
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"Welcome! It takes courage to be open and honest with a new therapist. I can help if you are struggling with your mood, feeling irritable, overwhelmed, sad or scared. If you are a bit impulsive, perhaps lapsing into old behaviors of which you are less than proud then I'd love to meet you. I am calm, kind, caring and nonjudgmental but also very practical and helpful in concrete ways."
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"Many people who have experience in therapy remain puzzled as to why they find it so difficult to change even after learning about the dynamics of their emotional suffering. Thinking processes can only take us so far and often are unable to instigate a deep psychological shift. Unconscious processes, even brought into the light, will resist attempts to think them away. Imagination and the body are the home of the subconscious. It is in that world, that real and lasting change can transpire. Together we will attempt to get close and "withstand" conflicts of the mind rather than "understand" them."
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"Many people who have experience in therapy remain puzzled as to why they find it so difficult to change even after learning about the dynamics of their emotional suffering. Thinking processes can only take us so far and often are unable to instigate a deep psychological shift. Unconscious processes, even brought into the light, will resist attempts to think them away. Imagination and the body are the home of the subconscious. It is in that world, that real and lasting change can transpire. Together we will attempt to get close and "withstand" conflicts of the mind rather than "understand" them."
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"My office is conveniently located in the center of downtown, Amherst. I am trauma informed, and I approach treatment utilizing a social justice framework. My work is relationship based and culturally responsive. I address issues of race, gender, sexuality, and class oppression fluidly, and integrate identity development and social position in treatment. My clinical orientation is psychodynamic and relational, utilizing cognitive and behavioral strategies when appropriate. I have engaged a range of issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, relational concerns, poverty and isolation. "
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"My office is conveniently located in the center of downtown, Amherst. I am trauma informed, and I approach treatment utilizing a social justice framework. My work is relationship based and culturally responsive. I address issues of race, gender, sexuality, and class oppression fluidly, and integrate identity development and social position in treatment. My clinical orientation is psychodynamic and relational, utilizing cognitive and behavioral strategies when appropriate. I have engaged a range of issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, relational concerns, poverty and isolation. "
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"Life can be both profoundly joyful and deeply difficult: this is the truth for all of us. Sometimes we can use a little extra support to deal with painful experiences in our lives. The mission of my therapy practice is to help people find their own wisdom and resilience; not just to get through challenging times, but to move forward with greater ease and joy. People don't just bring their problems to therapy; they also bring their strengths. My work is about enhancing those strengths, along with the compassion and emotional intelligence that helps our lives feel more navigable."
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"Life can be both profoundly joyful and deeply difficult: this is the truth for all of us. Sometimes we can use a little extra support to deal with painful experiences in our lives. The mission of my therapy practice is to help people find their own wisdom and resilience; not just to get through challenging times, but to move forward with greater ease and joy. People don't just bring their problems to therapy; they also bring their strengths. My work is about enhancing those strengths, along with the compassion and emotional intelligence that helps our lives feel more navigable."
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"You are more than your label, your gender or sexual identity. Therapy is a space where we can explore what makes you you and work to use your unique strengths and passions to create a life that you enjoy, moving out of harmful patterns and into a full expression of yourself. "
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"You are more than your label, your gender or sexual identity. Therapy is a space where we can explore what makes you you and work to use your unique strengths and passions to create a life that you enjoy, moving out of harmful patterns and into a full expression of yourself. "
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"I have diverse experience working with many clients, including adults (aged 18-82) and children (aged 7-18) and with disorders including: PTSD, anxiety, bipolar, depression, dual diagnosis, OCD, eating and personality disorders. I have over 40 years' experience teaching mindfulness and often use it in my work, and in combination with CBT. I provide individual, couples, family and group therapy, and often collaborate with psychiatrists or nurse practitioners on medication management issues."
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"I have diverse experience working with many clients, including adults (aged 18-82) and children (aged 7-18) and with disorders including: PTSD, anxiety, bipolar, depression, dual diagnosis, OCD, eating and personality disorders. I have over 40 years' experience teaching mindfulness and often use it in my work, and in combination with CBT. I provide individual, couples, family and group therapy, and often collaborate with psychiatrists or nurse practitioners on medication management issues."
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"It isn't always easy to reach outside of ourselves when we are feeling deeply lonely and experiencing extreme emotions. These are precisely the times, though, when it makes sense to try to find people with whom we can talk without too much fear of judgment or rejection. In my role as a therapist I actively commit to strive to be one of those people; to meet you (and your family) wherever you are emotionally, in a comfortable, confidential and respectful setting."
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"It isn't always easy to reach outside of ourselves when we are feeling deeply lonely and experiencing extreme emotions. These are precisely the times, though, when it makes sense to try to find people with whom we can talk without too much fear of judgment or rejection. In my role as a therapist I actively commit to strive to be one of those people; to meet you (and your family) wherever you are emotionally, in a comfortable, confidential and respectful setting."
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"Are you or your child, teen or young adult struggling? Withdrawing? Anxious? Making dangerous choices? Having trouble getting along? For twenty years I have been helping people work through their situations to think more clearly, make better choices, and ultimately, to feel better about themselves. Because trust and good communication between the therapist and the client is so important, I invite you to call me and talk about what you are looking for and my approach to see if this might be a good fit for you, your child or your family."
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"Are you or your child, teen or young adult struggling? Withdrawing? Anxious? Making dangerous choices? Having trouble getting along? For twenty years I have been helping people work through their situations to think more clearly, make better choices, and ultimately, to feel better about themselves. Because trust and good communication between the therapist and the client is so important, I invite you to call me and talk about what you are looking for and my approach to see if this might be a good fit for you, your child or your family."
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"Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious or depressed? Are you struggling in your relationships or at work? Are you seeking a supportive counseling relationship to help you sort things out and move forward in your life? Whatever life challenges you are facing we will come together to work on them and develop solutions to help you experience relief and reach your goals. "
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"Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious or depressed? Are you struggling in your relationships or at work? Are you seeking a supportive counseling relationship to help you sort things out and move forward in your life? Whatever life challenges you are facing we will come together to work on them and develop solutions to help you experience relief and reach your goals. "
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"If you are suffering from trauma or loss and find that your thoughts, feelings, or behaviors keep you from living the life you want, I can help. We will work through your trauma and loss memories so that they no longer cause pain. In addition, we will help you to develop coping skills to manage anticipated challenges. Intensive therapy helps enhance work-related performance; reduce anxiety, anger, sadness, and other troubling emotions; overcome problem behaviors and habits; improve relationships; heal from trauma and loss; and more. Our therapy typically takes just days, not months or years of hour-per-week therapy."
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"If you are suffering from trauma or loss and find that your thoughts, feelings, or behaviors keep you from living the life you want, I can help. We will work through your trauma and loss memories so that they no longer cause pain. In addition, we will help you to develop coping skills to manage anticipated challenges. Intensive therapy helps enhance work-related performance; reduce anxiety, anger, sadness, and other troubling emotions; overcome problem behaviors and habits; improve relationships; heal from trauma and loss; and more. Our therapy typically takes just days, not months or years of hour-per-week therapy."
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"My name is Elizabeth Bristow and I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with over fifteen years of experience providing psychotherapy for adults and adolescents. I see individuals, couples and families in my private practice. My office is centrally located, I have day and evening hours and I accept most insurances."
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(413) 308-5272
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"My name is Elizabeth Bristow and I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with over fifteen years of experience providing psychotherapy for adults and adolescents. I see individuals, couples and families in my private practice. My office is centrally located, I have day and evening hours and I accept most insurances."
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"If you struggle with life experiences such as a difficult childhood, have an addiction, have had a life-changing accident, or have been involved in an abusive or controlling relationship, you probably aren't able to enjoy your life as much as you would like to. Our work will be both a partnership and an exploration, working at your pace. I'm trained as a psychotherapist and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. I value working collaboratively, working at your pace towards building greater resilience, feeling safer in the world and resolving areas of difficulty in your life so that you can enjoy your life more."
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"If you struggle with life experiences such as a difficult childhood, have an addiction, have had a life-changing accident, or have been involved in an abusive or controlling relationship, you probably aren't able to enjoy your life as much as you would like to. Our work will be both a partnership and an exploration, working at your pace. I'm trained as a psychotherapist and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. I value working collaboratively, working at your pace towards building greater resilience, feeling safer in the world and resolving areas of difficulty in your life so that you can enjoy your life more."
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"I provide individual psychotherapy from a psychodynamic perspective. This means that therapy focuses on getting to know you in a deep way--your history, your needs, your strengths and weaknesses, and how you'd like to lead your life. Really, we're both getting to know you, since this type of therapy serves to help you get to know yourself in a new way, and to help you use new insights to better address problems in your life. This isn't the old-fashioned Freudian silent treatment! It's relatable, evidence-based, trauma-focused, and produces long-lasting change."
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"I provide individual psychotherapy from a psychodynamic perspective. This means that therapy focuses on getting to know you in a deep way--your history, your needs, your strengths and weaknesses, and how you'd like to lead your life. Really, we're both getting to know you, since this type of therapy serves to help you get to know yourself in a new way, and to help you use new insights to better address problems in your life. This isn't the old-fashioned Freudian silent treatment! It's relatable, evidence-based, trauma-focused, and produces long-lasting change."
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"With empathy, deep listening and grounded humor, I help many people to overcome the difficulties they face. I begin with profound respect for how people have learned to cope. I work with people to continue their healing path in a way that makes sense for them by pulling on my understanding of EMDR, trauma, psychodynamic, spirituality and play therapy frameworks. We will work together to understand the roots of your difficulties and your strengths, so we can know how to release you from what blocks you."
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"With empathy, deep listening and grounded humor, I help many people to overcome the difficulties they face. I begin with profound respect for how people have learned to cope. I work with people to continue their healing path in a way that makes sense for them by pulling on my understanding of EMDR, trauma, psychodynamic, spirituality and play therapy frameworks. We will work together to understand the roots of your difficulties and your strengths, so we can know how to release you from what blocks you."
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"People seek help for many reasons, maybe feeling stuck, unhappy, fearful, lonely, angry, unsatisfied. Sometimes you know what's wrong and what you need, sometimes you only know you want to feel better. Maybe your struggling to stay on course to reach a particular goal, or trying to gain traction and confidence to be who you want to be. Everyone has their own story and temperament that shapes their reactions, decisions, confidence and ability to persevere. My approach involves offering a steady, inquisitive and skilled hand in sorting out problems and managing priorities given one's unique past, present and future."
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(413) 232-1512
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"People seek help for many reasons, maybe feeling stuck, unhappy, fearful, lonely, angry, unsatisfied. Sometimes you know what's wrong and what you need, sometimes you only know you want to feel better. Maybe your struggling to stay on course to reach a particular goal, or trying to gain traction and confidence to be who you want to be. Everyone has their own story and temperament that shapes their reactions, decisions, confidence and ability to persevere. My approach involves offering a steady, inquisitive and skilled hand in sorting out problems and managing priorities given one's unique past, present and future."
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"I am interested in working in depth to help clients understand themselves so they can find a more genuine and integrated way of living and relating to others. I strive to help clients learn how to develop better relationships with themselves and their environments, personally and professionally, by investigating the interpersonal dynamics both in and out of the treatment room. My approach is oriented towards curiosity and self-reflection. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative effort between therapist and client, and encourage feedback regarding the direction and progress of our therapeutic sessions."
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"I am interested in working in depth to help clients understand themselves so they can find a more genuine and integrated way of living and relating to others. I strive to help clients learn how to develop better relationships with themselves and their environments, personally and professionally, by investigating the interpersonal dynamics both in and out of the treatment room. My approach is oriented towards curiosity and self-reflection. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative effort between therapist and client, and encourage feedback regarding the direction and progress of our therapeutic sessions."
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"Searching for a therapist can be one of the most difficult parts of coping, healing, and self-empowerment, because it's the first thing you must do. You must force yourself out of your comfort zone and out of whatever routine you've had before, to take the initiative and embark on a new path. When we're at our best, stepping out of our comfort zones can be daunting; when we're feeling vulnerable, it can seem nearly impossible. No matter what prompted you to take this first step, I'd like to be there for your second."
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(413) 424-1524
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"Searching for a therapist can be one of the most difficult parts of coping, healing, and self-empowerment, because it's the first thing you must do. You must force yourself out of your comfort zone and out of whatever routine you've had before, to take the initiative and embark on a new path. When we're at our best, stepping out of our comfort zones can be daunting; when we're feeling vulnerable, it can seem nearly impossible. No matter what prompted you to take this first step, I'd like to be there for your second."
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"I have a private practice in downtown Northampton. I work with people experiencing anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, loss, grief, relationship problems, creativity or productivity concerns, and workplace problems."
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Domestic Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic abuse in 01060 or for 01060 domestic abuse counseling, these therapists provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in an abusive relationship. They include domestic abuse therapists, domestic abuse psychologists and domestic abuse counselors. A therapist can help with child abuse in 01060, emotional abuse, passive aggressive behavior, sexual abuse and domestic violence in 01060. A therapist can identify the signs and causes of 01060 domestic abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to domestic abuse shelters.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 01060 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 01060 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 01060 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 01060 or family therapy in 01060.