At work, are you so overwhelmed by stress that it inhibits clear thinking and decreases concentration. Is it difficult to remain focused? Is your anxiety so intense that your heart races, making it difficult to breathe? Do you sometimes experience panic attacks? Have you recently observed your high school or college student experiencing high levels of anxiety, stress, or sadness? Are there clear signs that they are not functioning at their usual level? Have their grades dropped, are they socializing less, are they complaining that they are sad or having trouble sleeping?
Offering individual, couples, and family therapy, with flexible evening and weekend availability. I have a wide range of experience treating anxiety, depression, adjustment to life changes, marital/family conflict, grief and loss, and beyond, supporting clients through the lifespan.
As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker I have worked within a variety of settings with diverse individuals providing me with numerous and valuable experiences. My career has given me the ability to independently conduct assessments and provide help to a wide variety of individuals from various socio-economic, cultural, ethnic, educational and other diversified backgrounds. My career has allowed me to complete a range of advanced social work methods with families, individuals and groups demonstrating skills in casework with even the most difficult clients and their families.
I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist treating troubled relationships, depression, debilitating anxiety, traumatic loss, blocked vitality, underachievement. I have done in-depth psychotherapy with individuals and groups for over thirty years.
The capacity for joy and the ability to conduct relationships with integrity are key goals towards which my clients are working.
Relationships are are the core of in-depth psychotherapy. When my client and I build a good working relationship, psychotherapy can have a great impact on unhappiness and can turn a good life into a great life.
Sexuality and relationship concerns are common, yet can be frustrating, overwhelming, and difficult to understand. I want to help you make sense of it all. My clients learn how to enhance pleasure, improve relationships, and develop practical strategies and coping skills.
Are you a parent or individual experiencing any of the following problems: Family or relationship issues, feeling depressed or having difficulty adjusting to any significant life experience? Are you feeling frustrated, powerless, or feeling anxious or depressed? I help and assist you in identifying and addressing what causes these feelings, helping you to resolve your issues as well as providing you with skills and resources to manage now and in the future. I know that the stress of social and environmental issues can have a significant impact on your emotional and mental health.
I have found that when someone is truly heard and understood that an internal shift occurs. This shift allows for greater flexibility, coping, and decision making. I work with people to clarify what they want, the options available to them, and the course of action that works best for them. This may mean working with thoughts, feelings, and/or behaviors that inhibit the desired changes or learning new skills and attitudes that promote bringing about these changes. I work to support the inherent human capacity for adaptability which becomes worn down by daily stressors and/or stressful life events.
Now excepting MBHP products including Steward Health along with all other major insurances. Experience with children, adolescent and adults who struggle with mental health and substance abuse. Don’t wait another day to ask for help!
The goal of therapy is not to get you to hate your parents. Parents were usually doing their best and, being human, made mistakes. The task of therapy is often understanding how these past parental mistakes shaped the client's present patterns of thinking, feeling and interaction. I help clients identify and change these patterns and, in the process, resolve their feelings about the parents. I work best for clients: who want to understand themselves, who appreciate a thoughtful and safe space, and, who are willing to do the work to make that change happen.
Where do you want to be in your life? What are the clear and practical steps to get there? How do you find the understanding, compassion and motivation to take those steps? These are the kinds of questions we will address while working together. As a clinical health psychologist and former Buddhist monk I use a collaborative approach focused on developing more personal well-being. I am a husband, father, brother and business owner who values individual perspectives, personal priorities and kindness. I am hard to offend and quick to trust with a healthy sense of humor. *Please Email*
Since joining our team, Dr. Jackson (advanced postdoctoral fellow) has quickly become known for her exceptional work with high-achieving adolescents and young adults. As a psychologist with extensive experience in neuropsychological assessment, she knows a great deal about how the mind works and how to help clients develop the skills needed to understand and resolve emotional pain--particularly those who are driven toward success and prone to falling into perfectionistic or rigid patterns of thinking. Dr. Jackson brings a rare mix of care, empirical know-how and interpersonal relatability to her work.
I am a clinical psychologist with board-certification in clinical neuropsychology. I specialize in working with adult clients facing challenges related to ADHD, aging, caregiving, and adjustment to medical or neurological diagnosis. I also have extensive experience helping clients struggling with depression, anxiety/worry, and more general life difficulties. I incorporate expertise in the complex relationships between the brain/cognitive abilities and behavior to help clients develop insight and skills to function their best.
I've learned in over thirty-five years in the field that anyone who wants change can benefit from a therapy that is geared toward increased self-awareness. Psychotherapy is an empowering experience that helps people improve relationships, reach higher income, quality of life, and educational goals. Understanding the world we live in, and who we are, is a key to open those doors to greater satisfaction, fewer frustrations, and a greater sense of possibilites. Therapy can, and should produce answers to questions about why things are not working out, and what actually does work
As a licensed mental health counselor, I approach the process of therapy as an art and a science requiring both creativity and skill. Thus, my approach to therapy is as diverse as my clientele. As rapport is built, I use interventions that resonate with the individual. DBT, CBT, and Motivational Interviewing are examples of modalities I use complimentary to my psychoanalytic training. I describe techniques in a way that is easily understood, in addition to explaining how specific interventions may foster healing in one’s personal journey of self-discovery.
Andrea is a Licensed Social Worker who has worked in the field for over 19 years since receiving her MSW from Boston University. She is experienced working with diverse groups of people across the lifespan in various community, health, and mental health settings.
** At this time do have availability with a limited number of morning to early afternoon appointment times.** I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been treating adolescents, adults, couples, and families for over 20 years. I am trained in a wide variety of techniques that are designed to produce measurable and meaningful results. I also work with families and couples to help improve or repair relationships. My approach is positive, empathic, and solution focused. I believe results of therapy should not be a mystery - it should be clear to you that it is working as you feel better, reach goals, and set new ones.
***I am unable to accept new patients at this time*** Something is wrong and you've been trying to fix it. Relationships are rocky. How can you get your needs met when it seems like everyone else's needs come first? You're misunderstood and confused about your role. What are the rules here? What is "normal"? It has been a long time since you felt a sense of order and stability in your relationship. You crave a sense of belonging. And peace.
I blend alternative therapeutic models with the latest research in epigenetics, insights from ancient spiritual traditions, wisdom from earth-based living, and embodied rituals to create processes that shift your relationship to suffering, sorrow, or emotional challenges and open you into deeper connection with your true self and harmony with life. I am affirming of LGBTQ+, poly/ENM, and kink identities. I use anti-oppression, anti-racist, ecopsychology & trauma-informed frameworks to support individual and collective liberation.
Welcome! I enjoy collaborating with adults (25+) around anxiety, mindfulness, stress management, and the relationship between physical & mental health. I’m passionate about guiding those with demanding careers & leadership roles towards better integrating a work-life balance. Substance abuse & stress are often connected. I specialize in substance use disorders (both people recovering and their loved ones), having worked in the recovery field for over a decade.
As a therapist with over 10 years of experience in the field, I know how transformative therapy can be and how important it is to feel good about yourself, confident in your place in the world, and secure in your relationships. I work with couples to help them create more connected and meaningful relationships. "Being the “best you can be” is really only possible when you are deeply connected to another.."- Dr. Sue Johnson. I also specialize is working with individuals who are struggling with symptoms if PTSD. Trauma is an injury to the brain, mind, and body. The good thing about injuries, is that healing is possible.