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Are you struggling in your relationships? Do you feel "not good enough"? Do you think you don't even know HOW to have fulfilling relationships? I work with individuals and couples so that they can communicate more effectively, create more satisfying relationships, and feel better in their own skin. It can be especially challenging to maintain healthy relationships and self esteem if your are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, a high pressured job, or a recent loss. I can help.
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Are you struggling in your relationships? Do you feel "not good enough"? Do you think you don't even know HOW to have fulfilling relationships? I work with individuals and couples so that they can communicate more effectively, create more satisfying relationships, and feel better in their own skin. It can be especially challenging to maintain healthy relationships and self esteem if your are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, a high pressured job, or a recent loss. I can help.
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NOT ACCEPTING CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. Fit is essential to good therapy. When the fit is right, therapy can become a practice space for navigating the complexity of relationships in everyday life. I value an open and collaborative approach so that together we can understand the challenges you face; those that are both in and outside of your conscious awareness. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, questions of identity, work difficulties, relationship conflict, going through a life change, or dealing with family-related stress, I believe that together we can understand and address that which holds you back.
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(617) 396-3398
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NOT ACCEPTING CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. Fit is essential to good therapy. When the fit is right, therapy can become a practice space for navigating the complexity of relationships in everyday life. I value an open and collaborative approach so that together we can understand the challenges you face; those that are both in and outside of your conscious awareness. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, questions of identity, work difficulties, relationship conflict, going through a life change, or dealing with family-related stress, I believe that together we can understand and address that which holds you back.
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People seek psychotherapy for many reasons. You may want to address symptoms of depression, anxiety, or low self-esteem, feelings of distress, vulnerability, or isolation. You may be searching for greater meaning, connection, authenticity, and empowerment in your daily interactions. Therapy can help reveal and change patterns that inhibit or undermine living the life you desire. In a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship, we can create conditions for growth, challenge ways of seeing, process painful experiences, and increase your awareness and acceptance of different parts of yourself.
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(617) 682-7391
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People seek psychotherapy for many reasons. You may want to address symptoms of depression, anxiety, or low self-esteem, feelings of distress, vulnerability, or isolation. You may be searching for greater meaning, connection, authenticity, and empowerment in your daily interactions. Therapy can help reveal and change patterns that inhibit or undermine living the life you desire. In a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship, we can create conditions for growth, challenge ways of seeing, process painful experiences, and increase your awareness and acceptance of different parts of yourself.
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I graduated from Boston College in 2009 with a Master's in Counseling Psychology. I also have a certificate in trauma studies from Lesley University and a certificate in CBT from Boston University. I began my career in crisis intervention and have transitioned to primarily psychosocial rehabilitation. I have experience working with people struggling with Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Eating Disorders. My primary goal is to help clients feel closer to their values and live fulfilling lives.
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(508) 812-4020
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I graduated from Boston College in 2009 with a Master's in Counseling Psychology. I also have a certificate in trauma studies from Lesley University and a certificate in CBT from Boston University. I began my career in crisis intervention and have transitioned to primarily psychosocial rehabilitation. I have experience working with people struggling with Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Eating Disorders. My primary goal is to help clients feel closer to their values and live fulfilling lives.
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Sometimes we notice that a problem or feeling of distress is not actually new, but one we have carried for a long time. Alternatively, stressful circumstances can suddenly challenge our usual and effective ways of coping requiring us to change. Psychotherapy offers an ideal context for modifying patterns of experience or feelings of being stuck that occur within our relationships, work, and internal worlds. This creative process contains elements of surprise that evolve over the course of the treatment, yet the work is also a demanding rigorous endeavor.
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(617) 294-5584
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Cambridge, MA 02139
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Sometimes we notice that a problem or feeling of distress is not actually new, but one we have carried for a long time. Alternatively, stressful circumstances can suddenly challenge our usual and effective ways of coping requiring us to change. Psychotherapy offers an ideal context for modifying patterns of experience or feelings of being stuck that occur within our relationships, work, and internal worlds. This creative process contains elements of surprise that evolve over the course of the treatment, yet the work is also a demanding rigorous endeavor.
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My work with adolescents, families, and adults spans over twenty years. I believe in the innate strengths within people while also appreciating the need for assistance during the challenges and losses presented throughout life. Working from a relational model and believing that the present moment offers potential for new growth and healing, I am honored to be present for each client as they achieve their desired goals. By co-creating a therapeutic relationship based on trust and authenticity, I assist individuals in reaching their highest potentials.
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(617) 307-7800
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Cambridge, MA 02140
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My work with adolescents, families, and adults spans over twenty years. I believe in the innate strengths within people while also appreciating the need for assistance during the challenges and losses presented throughout life. Working from a relational model and believing that the present moment offers potential for new growth and healing, I am honored to be present for each client as they achieve their desired goals. By co-creating a therapeutic relationship based on trust and authenticity, I assist individuals in reaching their highest potentials.
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How do I effectuate change? I believe change occurs from a sustained active approach with the therapist. Why is there a need for change? Many people report affective states of anxiety, depression, and stress that are inhibiting them in their work, personal lives, and enjoyment of life. My education and experience put me in a unique position to give people the understanding to find satisfaction from their personal, family and work life. Therapeutic interactions are in the here and now. Understanding often leads to an improved quality of life; alleviating anxiety, depressive feelings as well as fears of being stuck.
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(617) 440-3730
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Cambridge, MA 02138
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How do I effectuate change? I believe change occurs from a sustained active approach with the therapist. Why is there a need for change? Many people report affective states of anxiety, depression, and stress that are inhibiting them in their work, personal lives, and enjoyment of life. My education and experience put me in a unique position to give people the understanding to find satisfaction from their personal, family and work life. Therapeutic interactions are in the here and now. Understanding often leads to an improved quality of life; alleviating anxiety, depressive feelings as well as fears of being stuck.
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Cambridge, MA 02138
In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals.
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(617) 648-9440
Cambridge, MA 02138
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In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals.
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Therapy can be a wonderful way to become more self aware, build new skills to address unexpected challenges, heal and move forward. My career in social work is rooted in person centered, solution-focused treatment that highlights the strengths and resiliency of the folks I serve. I have experience working with individuals struggling with Eating Disorders, anxiety, trauma, and those wishing to fine tune interpersonal- familial skills. I have expertise in supporting parents/guardians of children/adolescents with mental health and/or intellectual disabilities who wish to gain more insight to build their child's self-determination.
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(857) 320-3127
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Cambridge, MA 02138
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Therapy can be a wonderful way to become more self aware, build new skills to address unexpected challenges, heal and move forward. My career in social work is rooted in person centered, solution-focused treatment that highlights the strengths and resiliency of the folks I serve. I have experience working with individuals struggling with Eating Disorders, anxiety, trauma, and those wishing to fine tune interpersonal- familial skills. I have expertise in supporting parents/guardians of children/adolescents with mental health and/or intellectual disabilities who wish to gain more insight to build their child's self-determination.
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As an occupational therapist, I take a holistic, experiential, relational approach to helping individuals find connection, healing, and satisfaction in their life. Occupational therapy is rooted in the goal of supporting you in engaging more fully in the parts of life that are most important to you; from your relationship with yourself, to your work, play, rest, and relationships with others. I believe in the innate resilience of each person, and am here to walk with you through growth and healing with empathy, openness, humility, and warmth.
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(617) 300-0559
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Cambridge, MA 02140
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As an occupational therapist, I take a holistic, experiential, relational approach to helping individuals find connection, healing, and satisfaction in their life. Occupational therapy is rooted in the goal of supporting you in engaging more fully in the parts of life that are most important to you; from your relationship with yourself, to your work, play, rest, and relationships with others. I believe in the innate resilience of each person, and am here to walk with you through growth and healing with empathy, openness, humility, and warmth.
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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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(781) 995-3190
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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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I work with children, adolescents, and adults to resolve challenges related to anxiety, depression, eating disorders, relationships, and school/work adjustment. I offer a collaborative, empathic environment and an integrated approach that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, relational, and psychodynamic theories to help you and/or your child understand and change nonproductive thoughts and behaviors, expand emotional awareness, improve relationships, build self-confidence, and face the obstacles that are getting in the way of reaching life goals.
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(857) 598-6025
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Cambridge, MA 02140
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I work with children, adolescents, and adults to resolve challenges related to anxiety, depression, eating disorders, relationships, and school/work adjustment. I offer a collaborative, empathic environment and an integrated approach that combines aspects of cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, relational, and psychodynamic theories to help you and/or your child understand and change nonproductive thoughts and behaviors, expand emotional awareness, improve relationships, build self-confidence, and face the obstacles that are getting in the way of reaching life goals.
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I am deeply saddened by the countless examples of racist police brutality directed at Black people. I unequivocally support protesters across the country who are calling for police reform and justice. Black Lives Matter. As a white clinician, I am committed to increasing my involvement with colleagues in anti-racist education and activism. I recognize and want to do my part to combat the racial inequities in mental health. I strive to make my practice a safe and welcoming place for people of all races, genders, sexualities, incomes, education levels, employment statuses, religions, affiliations and appearances.
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(617) 398-4240
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Cambridge, MA 02138
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I am deeply saddened by the countless examples of racist police brutality directed at Black people. I unequivocally support protesters across the country who are calling for police reform and justice. Black Lives Matter. As a white clinician, I am committed to increasing my involvement with colleagues in anti-racist education and activism. I recognize and want to do my part to combat the racial inequities in mental health. I strive to make my practice a safe and welcoming place for people of all races, genders, sexualities, incomes, education levels, employment statuses, religions, affiliations and appearances.
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I have been working as a therapist since 1997. As a marriage and family therapist, I work with couples, families, as well as individuals.
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(617) 682-9194
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Cambridge, MA 02139
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I have been working as a therapist since 1997. As a marriage and family therapist, I work with couples, families, as well as individuals.
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Often, people come to therapy because they are living lives that they never planned on. It becomes clear that difficulties from the past are getting in the way of settling into relationships. I am interested in helping people overcome losses - the loss of time due to depression, the loss of previous versions of oneself due to unresolved feelings, illnesses, or injuries, the loss of relationships that might have succeeded had one been more able to give to or receive from others, and the loss of one's identity due to the demands of work, relationships, or culture.
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(857) 264-3519
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Cambridge, MA 02139
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Often, people come to therapy because they are living lives that they never planned on. It becomes clear that difficulties from the past are getting in the way of settling into relationships. I am interested in helping people overcome losses - the loss of time due to depression, the loss of previous versions of oneself due to unresolved feelings, illnesses, or injuries, the loss of relationships that might have succeeded had one been more able to give to or receive from others, and the loss of one's identity due to the demands of work, relationships, or culture.
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**ONLINE THERAPY** Finding a therapist who is a good fit for you and who meets your therapeutic needs and interests is essential to successful therapy, but it can also be challenging. Making it all the more of a challenge is a busy schedule. Or maybe getting to an office right now seems intimidating. Whatever might be holding you back from starting therapy, consider the access and convenience of Online Therapy. I am a licensed mental health counselor offering therapy services on line at flexible hours and designed for your specific needs and goals.
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(617) 475-3666
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Cambridge, MA 02138
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**ONLINE THERAPY** Finding a therapist who is a good fit for you and who meets your therapeutic needs and interests is essential to successful therapy, but it can also be challenging. Making it all the more of a challenge is a busy schedule. Or maybe getting to an office right now seems intimidating. Whatever might be holding you back from starting therapy, consider the access and convenience of Online Therapy. I am a licensed mental health counselor offering therapy services on line at flexible hours and designed for your specific needs and goals.
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My approach to therapy is flexible and collaborative as I work with clients to develop a greater understanding of themselves, their relationships, and the patterns that are contributing to their dissatisfaction or distress. I think it is important to provide people with tools to improve self-care, decrease stress, and feel more in control as they work toward the positive changes they would like to see in their lives. I am experienced in working with difficulties related to college and graduate-student life, life transitions, peer and family relationships, grief, and eating issues.
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(617) 299-7485
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Cambridge, MA 02139
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My approach to therapy is flexible and collaborative as I work with clients to develop a greater understanding of themselves, their relationships, and the patterns that are contributing to their dissatisfaction or distress. I think it is important to provide people with tools to improve self-care, decrease stress, and feel more in control as they work toward the positive changes they would like to see in their lives. I am experienced in working with difficulties related to college and graduate-student life, life transitions, peer and family relationships, grief, and eating issues.
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*AS OF APRIL 2020 MY PRACTICE IS FULL AND I AM NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS* I believe that human connection is necessary for real change to occur, and it is important to find a therapist whom you feel you can trust. I encourage you to meet with several different providers before choosing a therapist. If you decide to reach out to me, our first meeting will be a conversation focused on your needs and identifying and discussing what next steps seem most appropriate for you.
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(857) 320-3047
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Cambridge, MA 02138
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*AS OF APRIL 2020 MY PRACTICE IS FULL AND I AM NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS* I believe that human connection is necessary for real change to occur, and it is important to find a therapist whom you feel you can trust. I encourage you to meet with several different providers before choosing a therapist. If you decide to reach out to me, our first meeting will be a conversation focused on your needs and identifying and discussing what next steps seem most appropriate for you.
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I enjoy working with individuals who are looking for a safe place to explore their inner life. With over 30 years experience, I am trained in individual and group counseling, trauma work, sexual and domestic violence, and Internal Family Systems therapy (IFS). My style is interactive and empowering and I use humor and laughter to help people gain perspective and find more joy in their lives.
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(617) 505-1315
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I enjoy working with individuals who are looking for a safe place to explore their inner life. With over 30 years experience, I am trained in individual and group counseling, trauma work, sexual and domestic violence, and Internal Family Systems therapy (IFS). My style is interactive and empowering and I use humor and laughter to help people gain perspective and find more joy in their lives.
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I work with a wide variety of individuals, couples, and families in both short-term and longer-term psychotherapy. My clients include professionals and other adults, including immigrants to the U.S., who seek help with acculturation & life circumstances. I have particular expertise in LGBTQ issues. I enjoy working with young adults and teens to overcome obstacles and with couples dealing with relationship challenges. I aim to empower people to find solutions to their problems, to meet their own goals, to get unstuck, and gain self-awareness in the process. I am fluent in Portuguese & greatly enjoy cross-cultural work.
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(617) 396-7687
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I work with a wide variety of individuals, couples, and families in both short-term and longer-term psychotherapy. My clients include professionals and other adults, including immigrants to the U.S., who seek help with acculturation & life circumstances. I have particular expertise in LGBTQ issues. I enjoy working with young adults and teens to overcome obstacles and with couples dealing with relationship challenges. I aim to empower people to find solutions to their problems, to meet their own goals, to get unstuck, and gain self-awareness in the process. I am fluent in Portuguese & greatly enjoy cross-cultural work.

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