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"***ONLINE TELEMEDICINE SESSIONS***CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS; WE TAKE ALL MAJOR INSURANCES IN MA*** We provide one-on-one compassionate, whole-person care and longitudinal clinical alliances for persons struggling with weight gain. We aim for precision targeting of root causes of obesity, and provide a comprehensive medical + psychosocial diagnostic and treatment plan, with Harvard Medical School trained clinical advice, and evidence-based scientific interventions, and a personalized treatment plan, as we honor your full dignity and accompany you in solidarity, care, and partnership through your weight loss journey with us."
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Chronic Relapse
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Lesbian Allied
Chronic Relapse
Elders (65+)
Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT)
"***ONLINE TELEMEDICINE SESSIONS***CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS; WE TAKE ALL MAJOR INSURANCES IN MA*** We provide one-on-one compassionate, whole-person care and longitudinal clinical alliances for persons struggling with weight gain. We aim for precision targeting of root causes of obesity, and provide a comprehensive medical + psychosocial diagnostic and treatment plan, with Harvard Medical School trained clinical advice, and evidence-based scientific interventions, and a personalized treatment plan, as we honor your full dignity and accompany you in solidarity, care, and partnership through your weight loss journey with us."
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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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"I provide psychotherapy for adults with a specialty in women's mental health. I have trained in a variety of modalities including CBT, DBT, MI, GPM, and psychodynamic psychotherapy in various settings, including outpatient, partial, and inpatient. I pride myself on using humor and empathy to help clients push through their struggles. I encourage clients to explore their goals for seeking change and support them in finding the motivation, insight and skills to cope. "
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"I provide psychotherapy for adults with a specialty in women's mental health. I have trained in a variety of modalities including CBT, DBT, MI, GPM, and psychodynamic psychotherapy in various settings, including outpatient, partial, and inpatient. I pride myself on using humor and empathy to help clients push through their struggles. I encourage clients to explore their goals for seeking change and support them in finding the motivation, insight and skills to cope. "
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"I work with clients about their relationship issues. Sometimes this involves problems with partners, parents, siblings, or children and sometimes this is about the relationship a person has with him/her self. The lack of meaningful/successful relationships is often a factor in people seeking therapy. The ensuing symptoms may be in the form of anxiety or depression. I like to meet with the people involved in the relationship problems, although the therapy often starts with a series of solo appointment. I view initial meetings as a consultation to check out the goodness of fit between a person's needs and my professional skills."
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"I work with clients about their relationship issues. Sometimes this involves problems with partners, parents, siblings, or children and sometimes this is about the relationship a person has with him/her self. The lack of meaningful/successful relationships is often a factor in people seeking therapy. The ensuing symptoms may be in the form of anxiety or depression. I like to meet with the people involved in the relationship problems, although the therapy often starts with a series of solo appointment. I view initial meetings as a consultation to check out the goodness of fit between a person's needs and my professional skills."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, MS
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"Entering therapy shows strength, courage and a commitment to change. To look inside oneself is not always easy, but is always worthwhile. When considering a potential therapist, credentials and special training are important. Ultimately, what helps people to heal and grow is a trusting relationship and positive connection between therapist and client. As a psychotherapist, I create a warm, safe environment in which clients feel listened to without judgment and responded to in a compassionate and genuine way. My approach is to work collaboratively with clients to build on their strengths and help them discover their own solutions to leading a happier life."
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"Entering therapy shows strength, courage and a commitment to change. To look inside oneself is not always easy, but is always worthwhile. When considering a potential therapist, credentials and special training are important. Ultimately, what helps people to heal and grow is a trusting relationship and positive connection between therapist and client. As a psychotherapist, I create a warm, safe environment in which clients feel listened to without judgment and responded to in a compassionate and genuine way. My approach is to work collaboratively with clients to build on their strengths and help them discover their own solutions to leading a happier life."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
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"There is not a singular source to our suffering. Turmoil can originate in, and travel through, our bodies, minds, communities, families, and sociopolitical systems. Often, we respond to inner turmoil in two extreme ways. We may excessively worry, attempt to control, develop repetitive, troubling thoughts, or just obsess about our lives. Or we may avoid, isolate, refuse contact with situations we perceive to be dangerous or distressing, numb ourselves, or say 'it is hopeless,' and check out. Ultimately, we benefit from engaging thoughtfully with our grief and pain, as well as with our values and desires."
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"There is not a singular source to our suffering. Turmoil can originate in, and travel through, our bodies, minds, communities, families, and sociopolitical systems. Often, we respond to inner turmoil in two extreme ways. We may excessively worry, attempt to control, develop repetitive, troubling thoughts, or just obsess about our lives. Or we may avoid, isolate, refuse contact with situations we perceive to be dangerous or distressing, numb ourselves, or say 'it is hopeless,' and check out. Ultimately, we benefit from engaging thoughtfully with our grief and pain, as well as with our values and desires."
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"A decision to consider psychotherapy suggests you are experiencing difficulties in life which you hope a professional can help with. Perhaps you have noticed some repeating patterns that get in the way of love or work but do not understand why. I have practiced psychodynamic psychotherapy for more than thirty years. I work individually with adults and adolescents and have additional training in couples therapy. My style is responsive and interactive. I ascribe to the value of firm therapist-patient boundaries. This practice helps to facilitate a safe space which is essential if the work is to proceed."
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"A decision to consider psychotherapy suggests you are experiencing difficulties in life which you hope a professional can help with. Perhaps you have noticed some repeating patterns that get in the way of love or work but do not understand why. I have practiced psychodynamic psychotherapy for more than thirty years. I work individually with adults and adolescents and have additional training in couples therapy. My style is responsive and interactive. I ascribe to the value of firm therapist-patient boundaries. This practice helps to facilitate a safe space which is essential if the work is to proceed."
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"My practice welcomes adult clients (18 and up) from diverse backgrounds. I particularly enjoy working with college students, young adults, and working professionals. If you are feeling unhappy, disconnected, or overwhelmed with work, school, or relationships, taking ownership of your mental health is brave and necessary! Even if you don't know what has pushed you to seek therapy, I encourage you to honor that inner voice and allow yourself time for self-discovery and healing. I strive to make the time we spend together a safe place for you to start addressing how your experiences affect you and your relationships."
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"My practice welcomes adult clients (18 and up) from diverse backgrounds. I particularly enjoy working with college students, young adults, and working professionals. If you are feeling unhappy, disconnected, or overwhelmed with work, school, or relationships, taking ownership of your mental health is brave and necessary! Even if you don't know what has pushed you to seek therapy, I encourage you to honor that inner voice and allow yourself time for self-discovery and healing. I strive to make the time we spend together a safe place for you to start addressing how your experiences affect you and your relationships."
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"Do you identify as a womyn and feel like you "should" be happy? Do you have a job, great friends, maybe a spouse/partner, children? Do you wonder why you still don't feel fulfilled? Are you searching for something more? Something that feels "right," but you're not sure what "right" is? These are common issues many womyn face and many struggle to do something about because of societal norms, "gender" roles, family obligations, guilt, or not feeling like their life and well-being is as important as those close to them."
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"Do you identify as a womyn and feel like you "should" be happy? Do you have a job, great friends, maybe a spouse/partner, children? Do you wonder why you still don't feel fulfilled? Are you searching for something more? Something that feels "right," but you're not sure what "right" is? These are common issues many womyn face and many struggle to do something about because of societal norms, "gender" roles, family obligations, guilt, or not feeling like their life and well-being is as important as those close to them."
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"It is common to find oneself, at some point, caught up in behaviors or beliefs that create suffering and seem impossible to change. This is what we often experience as feeling trapped...mired in bad relationship dynamics or in work that no longer gives back what we need. And it is these kinds of feelings that push people to consider therapy, hoping but not being sure that it will help."
(857) 226-9349
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"It is common to find oneself, at some point, caught up in behaviors or beliefs that create suffering and seem impossible to change. This is what we often experience as feeling trapped...mired in bad relationship dynamics or in work that no longer gives back what we need. And it is these kinds of feelings that push people to consider therapy, hoping but not being sure that it will help."
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"Seeking help during a time of need can be an overwhelming experience. Yet, this first courageous step can lead us to finding ways to handle life's many stresses, ways that will ultimately lead to a stronger, positive sense of self."
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"Seeking help during a time of need can be an overwhelming experience. Yet, this first courageous step can lead us to finding ways to handle life's many stresses, ways that will ultimately lead to a stronger, positive sense of self."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CertPsy
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"I have worked in a variety of settings (mental health clinics, adolescent and family agencies, a college counseling center, private practice) and engaged in many different kinds of clinical training (social work, family therapy, psychoanalysis). These experiences, extensive travel, and my own pursuit of cross cultural interests have raised a number of recurring questions about human motivation. One central question has to do with what helps people overcome repetitive patterns of behavior that interfere with their having fulfilling lives. I work with each client as a unique entity, adjusting my approach to the particular needs of the person."
(617) 752-1912
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"I have worked in a variety of settings (mental health clinics, adolescent and family agencies, a college counseling center, private practice) and engaged in many different kinds of clinical training (social work, family therapy, psychoanalysis). These experiences, extensive travel, and my own pursuit of cross cultural interests have raised a number of recurring questions about human motivation. One central question has to do with what helps people overcome repetitive patterns of behavior that interfere with their having fulfilling lives. I work with each client as a unique entity, adjusting my approach to the particular needs of the person."
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"People seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Whether you are looking to bolster your self-esteem, manage your depression, process trauma, or you are just seeking a space for support, I view our treatment as a vehicle to support you in better understanding yourself. Whatever may bring you into my office, together we will determine the best path forward to achieve your goals. "
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"People seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Whether you are looking to bolster your self-esteem, manage your depression, process trauma, or you are just seeking a space for support, I view our treatment as a vehicle to support you in better understanding yourself. Whatever may bring you into my office, together we will determine the best path forward to achieve your goals. "
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"Dr. Andrew Keith is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Chestnut Hill, MA. He enjoys working with a broad range of clients, including children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Keith's areas of interest include depression, anxiety, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, LGBTQ clients, addiction , emerging adulthood, identify confusion, and conflicts related to major life transitions (graduating high school, attending and graduating college, career choice, romantic relationships, parenthood, young adulthood). Dr. Keith provides diagnostic assessments and parent consultations, as well as brief and ongoing psychotherapy."
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"Dr. Andrew Keith is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Chestnut Hill, MA. He enjoys working with a broad range of clients, including children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Keith's areas of interest include depression, anxiety, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, LGBTQ clients, addiction , emerging adulthood, identify confusion, and conflicts related to major life transitions (graduating high school, attending and graduating college, career choice, romantic relationships, parenthood, young adulthood). Dr. Keith provides diagnostic assessments and parent consultations, as well as brief and ongoing psychotherapy."
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"**Please e-mail for quickest response!** Realizing you need help and seeking treatment is not easy to handle alone. I will take the steps with you throughout the process and provide the comfort necessary for you to succeed. I will provide a safe, non-judgmental environment and help you achieve your desired goals. I have extensive experience in weight loss, obesity and binge eating disorder, as well as sports psychology, anxiety and mood disorders. (If you are able to come to the Newton office, I may have my dog joining us.)"
(617) 229-6972
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"**Please e-mail for quickest response!** Realizing you need help and seeking treatment is not easy to handle alone. I will take the steps with you throughout the process and provide the comfort necessary for you to succeed. I will provide a safe, non-judgmental environment and help you achieve your desired goals. I have extensive experience in weight loss, obesity and binge eating disorder, as well as sports psychology, anxiety and mood disorders. (If you are able to come to the Newton office, I may have my dog joining us.)"
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"I am a seasoned psychotherapist , coach and graduate educator who specializes in helping people who are struggling with life changes, difficult decisions and choices and their emotional consequences. I am both caring and direct. I want to know you as a person, know the person you strive to become and work with your strengths and potential. My primary focus is helping men and women to renew their hopes to acquire fulfillment in their lives. I am humanistic and existential. I listen deeply and find the nature of the real problems you face. I also practice tele-therapy in most states. I have a separate practice in workplace issues."
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"I am a seasoned psychotherapist , coach and graduate educator who specializes in helping people who are struggling with life changes, difficult decisions and choices and their emotional consequences. I am both caring and direct. I want to know you as a person, know the person you strive to become and work with your strengths and potential. My primary focus is helping men and women to renew their hopes to acquire fulfillment in their lives. I am humanistic and existential. I listen deeply and find the nature of the real problems you face. I also practice tele-therapy in most states. I have a separate practice in workplace issues."
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"*Now offering telehealth sessions to residents of Massachusetts and New Hampshire* As a clinical psychologist, I help adults make meaningful changes in their life and address roadblocks that lie in their way. Whether you are struggling with issues related to relationships, illness, family, work, stress, or other life changes, I can help you find your way."
(603) 505-8270
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"*Now offering telehealth sessions to residents of Massachusetts and New Hampshire* As a clinical psychologist, I help adults make meaningful changes in their life and address roadblocks that lie in their way. Whether you are struggling with issues related to relationships, illness, family, work, stress, or other life changes, I can help you find your way."
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"The pain we feel is individual. Each may live with unfortunate life experiences, unrealistic beliefs and limiting goals, which will recur to prevent us from living free, full lives. If we ignore them, we may find ourselves unable to reach the goals we want to reach, and, instead, only feeling the dissatisfaction of not becoming the complete person, and the bitterness of life’s “could have beens.” Our work together will, over time, uncover and conquer each of those limitations, so that we may feel the pleasure we deserve to have, and make the changes in yourself which will make life more meaningful."
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"The pain we feel is individual. Each may live with unfortunate life experiences, unrealistic beliefs and limiting goals, which will recur to prevent us from living free, full lives. If we ignore them, we may find ourselves unable to reach the goals we want to reach, and, instead, only feeling the dissatisfaction of not becoming the complete person, and the bitterness of life’s “could have beens.” Our work together will, over time, uncover and conquer each of those limitations, so that we may feel the pleasure we deserve to have, and make the changes in yourself which will make life more meaningful."
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"Starting the therapeutic process can create the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of yourself and how you live in the world around you. It also possesses the opportunity to grow and change in a meaningful way. I strive to provide a space and therapeutic relationship that is filled with respect, compassion, and acceptance. My hope is to offer opportunities for you to explore, learn, and create positive changes in your life. Together we will find new ways of coping and find tools that are tailored to work for your life."
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"Starting the therapeutic process can create the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of yourself and how you live in the world around you. It also possesses the opportunity to grow and change in a meaningful way. I strive to provide a space and therapeutic relationship that is filled with respect, compassion, and acceptance. My hope is to offer opportunities for you to explore, learn, and create positive changes in your life. Together we will find new ways of coping and find tools that are tailored to work for your life."
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"I believe that most of us can greatly benefit from a safe, trusting and collaborative therapeutic relationship. Seeking help can be an overwhelming and intimidating process. I am a warm, engaged and directive therapist who believes that people can make positive changes to feel better and live more fulfilling and connected lives. My approach to therapy is integrative, combining Psychodynamic, CBT, and Relational models, along with Mindfulness skills. I work with adolescents, adults and families on a variety of presenting concerns. Additionally, I offer consultation and supervision services to other clinicians."
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"I believe that most of us can greatly benefit from a safe, trusting and collaborative therapeutic relationship. Seeking help can be an overwhelming and intimidating process. I am a warm, engaged and directive therapist who believes that people can make positive changes to feel better and live more fulfilling and connected lives. My approach to therapy is integrative, combining Psychodynamic, CBT, and Relational models, along with Mindfulness skills. I work with adolescents, adults and families on a variety of presenting concerns. Additionally, I offer consultation and supervision services to other clinicians."

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