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"Sometimes life's every day challenges and our underlying struggles make it difficult to realize our true potential. Motivated by grief, depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and a range of other experiential states we can find our deepest well of inner strength and guidance. There is support available for anyone wanting to engage in a collaborative relationship to enhance your well-being and quality of life. "
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Oppositional Defiance
Elders (65+)
Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT)
"Sometimes life's every day challenges and our underlying struggles make it difficult to realize our true potential. Motivated by grief, depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, and a range of other experiential states we can find our deepest well of inner strength and guidance. There is support available for anyone wanting to engage in a collaborative relationship to enhance your well-being and quality of life. "
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience working with individuals and couples. I often see patients who struggle with unsatisfying family and personal relationships, health problems (infertility, cancer, chronic pain), grief and loss, and trouble with work and career. Change involves both insight and actual changes in one's behavior. My goal is to create a place where we can work safely to explore the origins of problems and rapidly create positive change in one's life. My approach is warm, supportive, and actively focused on bringing about lasting change."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience working with individuals and couples. I often see patients who struggle with unsatisfying family and personal relationships, health problems (infertility, cancer, chronic pain), grief and loss, and trouble with work and career. Change involves both insight and actual changes in one's behavior. My goal is to create a place where we can work safely to explore the origins of problems and rapidly create positive change in one's life. My approach is warm, supportive, and actively focused on bringing about lasting change."
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"Life is difficult at times. Creating change within oneself that is lasting and meaningful sometimes requires a little assistance. I provide evidence based psychotherapy to adolescents and adults that helps to restore the balance lost in everyday relationships. I specialize in grief and loss issues, resolving trauma, and navigating through life's transitions. Psychotherapy is always collaborative and client centered. Although life can be challenging at times, there are ways to renew purpose, reconnect, and re-establish a sense of trust. As such, my primary goal as an independent psychologist is to assist clients in achieving their very best life."
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"Life is difficult at times. Creating change within oneself that is lasting and meaningful sometimes requires a little assistance. I provide evidence based psychotherapy to adolescents and adults that helps to restore the balance lost in everyday relationships. I specialize in grief and loss issues, resolving trauma, and navigating through life's transitions. Psychotherapy is always collaborative and client centered. Although life can be challenging at times, there are ways to renew purpose, reconnect, and re-establish a sense of trust. As such, my primary goal as an independent psychologist is to assist clients in achieving their very best life."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"I am a clinical psychologist and enjoy working with adults from a wide range of backgrounds. I provide individual psychotherapy and have experience working with people who struggle with a variety of life challenges and emotional concerns, including anxiety, sadness, relationship issues, work and academic struggles, family difficulties, and life transitions. I offer a non-judgmental space to address the underlying reasons that may be causing emotional distress. Through the process of therapy, I help people break free from negative or painful patterns of thinking and behavior so that they can have more enjoyable and satisfying lives."
(617) 953-3529
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"I am a clinical psychologist and enjoy working with adults from a wide range of backgrounds. I provide individual psychotherapy and have experience working with people who struggle with a variety of life challenges and emotional concerns, including anxiety, sadness, relationship issues, work and academic struggles, family difficulties, and life transitions. I offer a non-judgmental space to address the underlying reasons that may be causing emotional distress. Through the process of therapy, I help people break free from negative or painful patterns of thinking and behavior so that they can have more enjoyable and satisfying lives."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"We all have times when our thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or relationships become locked in unhelpful patterns that can be very hard to change. As a clinical psychologist, I work collaboratively and actively with people to better understand how and why they became stuck. My clients find that increased awareness of themselves gained within a supportive relationship frees them to have new experiences. I work well with people who have a desire to explore themselves in order to address issues affecting their work, relationships, and happiness."
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"We all have times when our thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or relationships become locked in unhelpful patterns that can be very hard to change. As a clinical psychologist, I work collaboratively and actively with people to better understand how and why they became stuck. My clients find that increased awareness of themselves gained within a supportive relationship frees them to have new experiences. I work well with people who have a desire to explore themselves in order to address issues affecting their work, relationships, and happiness."
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"In today's world, which is advancing at an unreachable pace, we are being invaded by information, experiences and news difficult to assimilate. In turn, bewildered in a new questioning of values that seemed to be our guide, and pushed to learn new ways of relating, we all suffer from a certain level of stress and in some cases even depression. I am psychoanalytically trained and committed to generate the environment for you to find yourself safe and comfortable to talk about everything you need. Bi Lingual-Cultural (Espanol/English)"
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"In today's world, which is advancing at an unreachable pace, we are being invaded by information, experiences and news difficult to assimilate. In turn, bewildered in a new questioning of values that seemed to be our guide, and pushed to learn new ways of relating, we all suffer from a certain level of stress and in some cases even depression. I am psychoanalytically trained and committed to generate the environment for you to find yourself safe and comfortable to talk about everything you need. Bi Lingual-Cultural (Espanol/English)"
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"We all struggle with something - our work, our relationships, even ourselves. Often, we are not aware of the obstacles that keep us from living a satisfying life. Asking for support can be scary or intimidating, but why suffer alone? Therapeutic work can provide a safe, comfortable environment to talk through and discover creative solutions to life’s frustrations. Imagine what could be accomplished with a little freed up energy!"
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"We all struggle with something - our work, our relationships, even ourselves. Often, we are not aware of the obstacles that keep us from living a satisfying life. Asking for support can be scary or intimidating, but why suffer alone? Therapeutic work can provide a safe, comfortable environment to talk through and discover creative solutions to life’s frustrations. Imagine what could be accomplished with a little freed up energy!"
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"Entering therapy shows motivation to heal and grow often at a time when one feels most vulnerable. My approach to those seeking help through my practice is one of warmth and respect. I try to create an environment where clients feel free to discuss any problem. In my view the positive connection between therapist and client is essential to success."
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"Entering therapy shows motivation to heal and grow often at a time when one feels most vulnerable. My approach to those seeking help through my practice is one of warmth and respect. I try to create an environment where clients feel free to discuss any problem. In my view the positive connection between therapist and client is essential to success."
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"There is nothing harder than starting every day with the hopeless feeling that nothing is ever going to change and what's the use in trying? Whether caused by addiction to substances or behaviors, you can recover. Together we can do what you can't do alone or with the well meant advice of your friends and relatives. I would like to meet you and help you get started on the rest of your life with an understanding of how you came to the place you feel stuck in and how to move on to a better tomorrow. The hardest step in recovery is admitting you need help and making the call. You never have to be where you are again. "
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"There is nothing harder than starting every day with the hopeless feeling that nothing is ever going to change and what's the use in trying? Whether caused by addiction to substances or behaviors, you can recover. Together we can do what you can't do alone or with the well meant advice of your friends and relatives. I would like to meet you and help you get started on the rest of your life with an understanding of how you came to the place you feel stuck in and how to move on to a better tomorrow. The hardest step in recovery is admitting you need help and making the call. You never have to be where you are again. "
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"I believe that there are valid reasons why we feel and act the way we do. I help individuals explore where they feel stuck and learn new ways of thinking and behaving so that they can more fully enjoy their lives. I work with individuals who have suffered with loss or trauma to help them to heal and move forward in their lives. I enjoy helping people through difficult transitions to get to a place of greater happiness and satisfaction, both personally and professionally."
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"I believe that there are valid reasons why we feel and act the way we do. I help individuals explore where they feel stuck and learn new ways of thinking and behaving so that they can more fully enjoy their lives. I work with individuals who have suffered with loss or trauma to help them to heal and move forward in their lives. I enjoy helping people through difficult transitions to get to a place of greater happiness and satisfaction, both personally and professionally."
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"I am an experienced, warm and insightful therapist. I work with adults across the life span. I am an active therapist, and I listen carefully. I am interested in supporting patients to understand themselves, their feelings, relationships, behaviors. I find that this understanding, along with the space to experience feelings, leads to the possibility of growth and change. I work with men and women, facing a broad range of personal, work, and family issues. I have often worked with people in their 30's who want to establish a successful intimate relationship."
(617) 702-2764
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"I am an experienced, warm and insightful therapist. I work with adults across the life span. I am an active therapist, and I listen carefully. I am interested in supporting patients to understand themselves, their feelings, relationships, behaviors. I find that this understanding, along with the space to experience feelings, leads to the possibility of growth and change. I work with men and women, facing a broad range of personal, work, and family issues. I have often worked with people in their 30's who want to establish a successful intimate relationship."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"Throughout almost 30 years as a clinical psychologist, I've been impressed that the emotional suffering affecting us all, at times, has such universal causes. Insecurities and shame connected to childhood experiences over which we've had no control can take root, damaging self-esteem and emerging in symptoms of depression, anxiety and self-destructive behavior patterns. Even without overwhelming childhood stressors, feelings of inadequacy, and once self-protective, now limiting "chains" of feeling/thinking/reacting can interfere with realizing dreams, weathering losses and meeting new life challenges in the areas of love and work."
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"Throughout almost 30 years as a clinical psychologist, I've been impressed that the emotional suffering affecting us all, at times, has such universal causes. Insecurities and shame connected to childhood experiences over which we've had no control can take root, damaging self-esteem and emerging in symptoms of depression, anxiety and self-destructive behavior patterns. Even without overwhelming childhood stressors, feelings of inadequacy, and once self-protective, now limiting "chains" of feeling/thinking/reacting can interfere with realizing dreams, weathering losses and meeting new life challenges in the areas of love and work."
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"When our working life and/or our relationships do not give us a sense of vitality and purpose, this is a sign that we have become disconnected from parts of ourselves. I work with individuals and couples to help them get closer to themselves. This helps them get closer to others and to work they find meaningful. I encourage my clients to follow one rule and one rule only: to describe whatever comes to their mind. It is not easy to do! What helps is that there are two of us deeply involved in this dialogue, observing together, exploring more deeply, Slowly, it becomes easier, and the easier it becomes the more likely it is that feelings and thoughts are meeting on new ground. Psychotherapy can be an unforgettable journey of discovery, a way to restore meaning, vitality and purpose. I invite those who want to explore the possibilities to meet in a safe place for inner exploration-- my Brookline office--easy access to the T and parking."
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"When our working life and/or our relationships do not give us a sense of vitality and purpose, this is a sign that we have become disconnected from parts of ourselves. I work with individuals and couples to help them get closer to themselves. This helps them get closer to others and to work they find meaningful. I encourage my clients to follow one rule and one rule only: to describe whatever comes to their mind. It is not easy to do! What helps is that there are two of us deeply involved in this dialogue, observing together, exploring more deeply, Slowly, it becomes easier, and the easier it becomes the more likely it is that feelings and thoughts are meeting on new ground. Psychotherapy can be an unforgettable journey of discovery, a way to restore meaning, vitality and purpose. I invite those who want to explore the possibilities to meet in a safe place for inner exploration-- my Brookline office--easy access to the T and parking."
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"Are you dissatisfied with your sex life? Ready to make a change? My sex and relationship coaching services offer the fastest and most personalized way to transform your sex life and relationship and boost your sexual pleasure. I guide my clients to discover their sexual potential and take charge of their sexuality and relationships. My approach is sex-positive, compassionate, and solution-oriented. Unlike therapy, coaching requires a shorter time commitment; it is a collaborative process that's designed to empower positive action. I work with clients all over the world, both online and on the phone."
(857) 496-6440
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"Are you dissatisfied with your sex life? Ready to make a change? My sex and relationship coaching services offer the fastest and most personalized way to transform your sex life and relationship and boost your sexual pleasure. I guide my clients to discover their sexual potential and take charge of their sexuality and relationships. My approach is sex-positive, compassionate, and solution-oriented. Unlike therapy, coaching requires a shorter time commitment; it is a collaborative process that's designed to empower positive action. I work with clients all over the world, both online and on the phone."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist who trained at George Washington University and at Harvard University. I provide individual therapy for adults as well as couples therapy. I utilize psychodynamic/psychoanalytic perspectives in order to best understand my clients. I have worked with clients struggling with various issues such as depression and anxiety, low self-esteem, college/graduate school stress and relationship/family difficulties. I provide an empathetic, supportive, and interactive environment whereby together, the client and I can explore conflicts with the ultimate goal of reducing unpleasant thoughts and/or painful feelings."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist who trained at George Washington University and at Harvard University. I provide individual therapy for adults as well as couples therapy. I utilize psychodynamic/psychoanalytic perspectives in order to best understand my clients. I have worked with clients struggling with various issues such as depression and anxiety, low self-esteem, college/graduate school stress and relationship/family difficulties. I provide an empathetic, supportive, and interactive environment whereby together, the client and I can explore conflicts with the ultimate goal of reducing unpleasant thoughts and/or painful feelings."
"I have individual and group experience working therapeutically in both schools and residential clinics with children, adolescents, and young adults whose conflicts range from anti-social behavior, impulse control, anger, to depression, difficulty relating to others, and disordered eating. "
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"I have individual and group experience working therapeutically in both schools and residential clinics with children, adolescents, and young adults whose conflicts range from anti-social behavior, impulse control, anger, to depression, difficulty relating to others, and disordered eating. "
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"If you want help dealing with loss, depression or anxiety, have difficulties in your important relationships, or are struggling with life transitions including career questions, issues of emerging adulthood, relocation, post college adjustment, caring for ill or aging family members, we can work together to help you feel happier and more satisfied. Using a combination of skills that include insight, practicality, empathy and warmth, I help people understand and resolve their difficulties and maximize their strengths. Psychotherapy is profoundly helpful in dealing with persistent problems rooted in the past and making headway with more immediate issues in the present."
(617) 237-0981
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"If you want help dealing with loss, depression or anxiety, have difficulties in your important relationships, or are struggling with life transitions including career questions, issues of emerging adulthood, relocation, post college adjustment, caring for ill or aging family members, we can work together to help you feel happier and more satisfied. Using a combination of skills that include insight, practicality, empathy and warmth, I help people understand and resolve their difficulties and maximize their strengths. Psychotherapy is profoundly helpful in dealing with persistent problems rooted in the past and making headway with more immediate issues in the present."
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"I am a clinical psychologist in practice for over 25 years. People often look for a therapist when they are experiencing anxiety, sadness, depression, loss, or issues relating to life changes. People want to deal with relationships, school, work, family. and career issues, as well as general feelings of unhappiness. Our work together includes present problems, history, and the changes you would like to see for the future, as well as what seems to be getting in your way."
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"I am a clinical psychologist in practice for over 25 years. People often look for a therapist when they are experiencing anxiety, sadness, depression, loss, or issues relating to life changes. People want to deal with relationships, school, work, family. and career issues, as well as general feelings of unhappiness. Our work together includes present problems, history, and the changes you would like to see for the future, as well as what seems to be getting in your way."
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"I specialize in the treatment of anxiety and depression, using multiple approaches (see below). Many of my clients are college or graduate students, and young professionals. But I also work with older adults. Clients say that I am easy to open up with, and that they feel a strong connection and rapport in the therapy. I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship in the healing process, but I also believe in the importance of using various tools and techniques to help clients achieve their goals. "
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"I specialize in the treatment of anxiety and depression, using multiple approaches (see below). Many of my clients are college or graduate students, and young professionals. But I also work with older adults. Clients say that I am easy to open up with, and that they feel a strong connection and rapport in the therapy. I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship in the healing process, but I also believe in the importance of using various tools and techniques to help clients achieve their goals. "
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"As a clinical neuropsychologist I work with clients to identify areas of cognitive strength and weakness and relate those patterns to known profiles of brain-behavior relationship. The process involves an interview, collateral contacts, and carefully selected standardized assessment of brain and emotional functioning. A neuropsychological evaluation may help identify dementia, direct therapies after traumatic brain injury, or tease out ADHD from learning disorder and other developmental conditions."
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"As a clinical neuropsychologist I work with clients to identify areas of cognitive strength and weakness and relate those patterns to known profiles of brain-behavior relationship. The process involves an interview, collateral contacts, and carefully selected standardized assessment of brain and emotional functioning. A neuropsychological evaluation may help identify dementia, direct therapies after traumatic brain injury, or tease out ADHD from learning disorder and other developmental conditions."

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