I am a psychologist and attorney specialized in coparenting, separation, and divorce. In my psychotherapy practice, I work with clients using solution-focused therapy and coaching to help navigate divorce, coparenting, and substance use issues. In my forensic evaluation practice, I conduct category E guardian ad litem "child custody" evaluations, psychological assessment, and substance use evaluations. I often provide consultation to attorneys on family court matters and juvenile court matters. I am a Senior Fellow in Law and Applied Neuroscience at the Center for Law, Brain and Behavior at Harvard Law School.
**CURRENTLY ONLY TELEHEALTH**I understand that the decision to seek psychotherapy is usually not under the most desirable of circumstances and is a choice that not only takes willingness and courage, but requires a considerable time and resource commitment. While people engage in psychotherapy for help with various challenges, for it to be beneficial, I believe of precedence is the fit between therapist and client. This foundation allows us to explore vulnerabilities, process difficult emotions and experiences, and come up with creative solutions to problems together.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in assisting individuals, couples, and families with issues such as depression, anxiety, OCD, bereavement, marital issues, and family relationships. Whether engaging in individual or couples and family work I assist clients in exploring their current situations from not only an introspective standpoint; but also contextual, family, and generational stance which can promote a deeper understanding of self as an individual as well as in relation to a complex multigenerational family system.
I am committed to providing a nurturing, respectful, non-judgmental environment, where you can learn about yourself and your relationships with others.
I use an integrated therapeutic approach, drawing upon evidence-based treatment interventions, which are tailored to meet your individual needs. I see therapy as a collaborative process. I will work with you to set goals and establish the frequency and pacing of therapy.
When a client meets me at my practice, I know that they want me to help. Whether it's depression, anxiety, a bad relationship, or something else... People seek me, hoping that I will be of help, and that is also what I hope for them. Whether it is an individual or a couple, of all ages, people want to be healthy, loved, and supported by doing well at school/work..... More so I was an immigrant and therefore I understand other immigrant's feelings and life experiences.
Hello Massachusetts! I'm an MSW graduate from Simmons School of Social Work and have been licensed in the field for 8 years, but working in this field for over a decade. I have worked in various settings including hospitals, community mental health centers & city shelters. I have experience working with family systems, DV survivors, folks with various mental health struggles, homeless individuals, African-Americans and Haitian individuals with struggles that require cultural knowledge, considerations & responsiveness. I have also done extensive work with adolescents with trauma backgrounds, supporting them through life transitions
Navigating life can be challenging. It's natural to need help at times, and joining with another person in a therapeutic alliance can be just what you need to gain more insight, refocus, and find more balance to live life more joyfully. My intention in psychotherapy is to guide individuals to a clearer understanding of their mental and emotional terrain, how their thoughts and feelings may influence their overall sense of well-being, and to explore new perspectives that may benefit them.
I provide individual and couple psychotherapy and have experience working with people who struggle with a variety of life challenges and emotional concerns including relationship issues, work and academic struggles, family difficulties, codependence, depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. My practice welcomes adults with all gender identities and diverse backgrounds. I specialize primarily in psychodynamic and psychoanalytically-oriented therapy and integrate different treatment approaches, when appropriate, to address the unique needs and concerns of each person.
If you have worked with a therapist in the past but were unable to connect with them; Talk2me. If you feel down, lost, or doubtful that life can get better but want to hope that it can; Talk2me. If you are overwhelmed with the process of getting help for your issues; Talk2me. If you are afraid of talking about your issues with others because you have been judged harshly in the past; Talk2me. If you want changes in your life but struggle to make them happen for yourself; Talk2me. If the thought of returning to life after two years of isolation feels daunting; Talk2me. If you want to be heard, honored, and respected; Talk2me.
Lauren Tallett is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Counselor (LIMHC) in the state of Massachusetts. She has more than 10 years of experience working one-on-one with a diverse population of adults, children, and families within several communities of the Boston Metro Area.
Do you find yourself worrying about things that haven’t even happened yet? Anticipating the worst? Overthinking every little thing and letting your feelings spiral out of control? Are you a people pleaser but then find yourself overwhelmed, frustrated, irritable and always putting everyone else’s needs ahead of your own? Does everything feel harder than you think it should? Symptoms of anxiety and depression are often exacerbated by the way we think about and perceive a situation. By changing the way we think we can, in turn, change how we feel.
As a doctor of psychology and certified trauma and relationship specialist, I coach clients who are highly motivated to change unhealthy patterns, who have histories of complex childhood trauma and relational trauma, and who live in “survival mode” that keeps them feeling stuck, unhappy, and disconnected from their True Self. I utilize a behavioral coaching/psychoeducational approach in the process of Self-Discovery, while providing a safe space for reflection and growth. I teach positive skills on building healthy adaptations so that they can improve the quality of the relationships in their lives.
If you feel lost, frustrated, directionless, or want to make a change, working with a skilled therapist can be one of your best options. Therapy can help you challenge thought patterns that cause emotional and behavioral problems, and build coping skills to deal with life's inevitable challenges. It can be one of the most powerful tools we use to reduce our suffering, increase the joy in our lives, and be our best selves. My approach is centered on your goals and what you want to accomplish--your needs are unique, so your therapy should be too!
***Waitlist- early May 2022***We all struggle with challenging situations; decisions to make, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, irrational fears, you name it. Some of us have a hard time with a boss or a loved one; some struggle to be more assertive and some need coping skills to manage stress better, and some people have a hopeless feeling that they just cannot shake it off. Some lost someone very dear to them and some just got out of a dysfunctional relationship. The good news is that every problem has a solution and sometimes, more than just one.
The waitlist is closed and LAJC is NOT accepting new clients due to my maternity leave in July through Mid-Fall. Thank you for researching me as a potential treatment provider. My name is Rebecca, and I am an independently licensed clinical social worker. Now that you worked up the confidence to seek treatment, reach out! I am here to help you, but I don't know unless you ask.
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LADC-I, LCDP-II, MPA, MA
Addiction is hard. Recovery is even harder. The message we are given about recovery is that "it gets better after you're sober". The truth is, life can feel more difficult when you're sober than it was when you were drinking or using drugs. As you begin your healing journey, you should be given real information, validation to what you're experiencing and someone to ask you "What do you need?" instead of "This is what you need to do."
I provide client-centered psychotherapy services that are tailored to the needs of each client. I draw from a variety of theoretical orientations including Psychodynamic (insight oriented) and behavioral (skills oriented) treatment approaches.
As a therapist, I come alongside and help you to define your personal goals and develop strategies for the changes you desire. We will work together to help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself and others. Whether you are looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
Kate's area of expertise is in working with children and teens ages 4-18, including a specialty with young performing artists and athletes. Kate also enjoys working with young adults as they navigate life transitions, relationships and identity expansion. She draws on influences from Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Expressive Therapies in a holistic approach to help affect positive growth and change for her clients. She is a SPACE trained provider to help parents reimagine their parenting styles to positively influence their own children's anxieties.
Hello and thank you for taking the time to review my profile. I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist with over 20 years of experience. I started my private practice in 2006 and currently provide individual therapy to adults. I always strive to provide my clients with a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere, which I believe is an essential part of the therapeutic process. My goal is to meet my clients where they are at, to be a good listener, and to be a partner in their journey towards their healthiest self. My clients would likely describe me as warm and caring and someone they find easy to talk with.