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"Change is hard. People often seek psychotherapy around change. They want to change. People in their life want them to change. Or some life change is affecting them in a meaningful way. Often, it's a combination. By working together I can help you in this challenge. I frequently work with adolescents and adults struggling with addiction in themselves or in their families. Many of my patients are addressing anxiety, depression, questions or challenges regarding their sexual orientation, infertility, life transitions, traumatic experiences or eating disorders and other compulsive behaviors. A lot of my patients are college or graduate students."
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"Change is hard. People often seek psychotherapy around change. They want to change. People in their life want them to change. Or some life change is affecting them in a meaningful way. Often, it's a combination. By working together I can help you in this challenge. I frequently work with adolescents and adults struggling with addiction in themselves or in their families. Many of my patients are addressing anxiety, depression, questions or challenges regarding their sexual orientation, infertility, life transitions, traumatic experiences or eating disorders and other compulsive behaviors. A lot of my patients are college or graduate students."
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"Trained as a social worker, I work with adults, college-age students, adolescents and parents. I offer a solution-focused approach to therapy and incorporate a variety of evidenced-based modalities including CBT, mindfulness techniques, and positive psychology. People seek my services when they are feeling stuck in old patterns, habits and beliefs and feel unable to move forward without support. I have worked extensively with individuals experiencing anxiety, women in transition and those experiencing interpersonal issues."
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"Trained as a social worker, I work with adults, college-age students, adolescents and parents. I offer a solution-focused approach to therapy and incorporate a variety of evidenced-based modalities including CBT, mindfulness techniques, and positive psychology. People seek my services when they are feeling stuck in old patterns, habits and beliefs and feel unable to move forward without support. I have worked extensively with individuals experiencing anxiety, women in transition and those experiencing interpersonal issues."
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"I have over fifteen years of experience providing psychotherapy for adults, couples and families. My style is interactive and I offer some life and parent coaching when requested. I believe in using clients' strengths to help inform the work we do together. I believe in understanding what is going well as well as understanding where people are struggling. I have a strong respect for all of my clients and believe in providing a safe, trusting environment for clients to have the space they need to discuss where they may be feeling challenged at this time."
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"I have over fifteen years of experience providing psychotherapy for adults, couples and families. My style is interactive and I offer some life and parent coaching when requested. I believe in using clients' strengths to help inform the work we do together. I believe in understanding what is going well as well as understanding where people are struggling. I have a strong respect for all of my clients and believe in providing a safe, trusting environment for clients to have the space they need to discuss where they may be feeling challenged at this time."
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"Over the years as a therapist, I have found that the common theme amongst my clients is not their diagnosis or their problems but their deep desire for Calmness, Clarity & Connection. They seek therapy because something is not right in their lives and they want to find a better way. The ingredients to healing are found in these three elements. Whether it is through individual therapy, teen support/skill building, The c3 Method or even within the audience of my public speaking events, my clients engage in a process that leads them away from their struggles to a place of Calmness, Clarity and Connection. ​ "
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"Over the years as a therapist, I have found that the common theme amongst my clients is not their diagnosis or their problems but their deep desire for Calmness, Clarity & Connection. They seek therapy because something is not right in their lives and they want to find a better way. The ingredients to healing are found in these three elements. Whether it is through individual therapy, teen support/skill building, The c3 Method or even within the audience of my public speaking events, my clients engage in a process that leads them away from their struggles to a place of Calmness, Clarity and Connection. ​ "
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"For more than 20 years, I have enjoyed helping children, adolescents and young adults overcome their difficulties while also focusing on developing their many strengths. I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that is solution focused and clinically proven to be the most effective treatment for children and adolescents who are struggling with Anxiety, Depression, and social difficulties. I have seen an enormous increase in Vaping in teens and have developed an expertise in treating adolescents who find themselves unable to stop using Juul and other e-cigarette products."
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"For more than 20 years, I have enjoyed helping children, adolescents and young adults overcome their difficulties while also focusing on developing their many strengths. I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that is solution focused and clinically proven to be the most effective treatment for children and adolescents who are struggling with Anxiety, Depression, and social difficulties. I have seen an enormous increase in Vaping in teens and have developed an expertise in treating adolescents who find themselves unable to stop using Juul and other e-cigarette products."
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"My approach is eclectic - using positive psychology, creativity and wellness to help clients navigate life transitions and challenges. I believe the therapeutic relationship is key to helping clients become their best selves and I bring a wide breadth of clinical and life experience to this partnership. "
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"My approach is eclectic - using positive psychology, creativity and wellness to help clients navigate life transitions and challenges. I believe the therapeutic relationship is key to helping clients become their best selves and I bring a wide breadth of clinical and life experience to this partnership. "
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"I have been in practice for 25 years and work in my private, comfortable home office. People find me easy to talk to and often say I have the right balance between empathy and challenging them when necessary. People come to therapy because they are having difficulties handling their emotions in their work (or school) and personal relationships. As an Adult and Child Psychoanalyst, I have considerable experience working with a wide range of people from 3 years old and up to mature adulthood. I particularly like working with preschoolers, under-achieving "gifted" children, seemingly "lost" adolescents, adults and Seniors dealing with aging and retirement."
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"I have been in practice for 25 years and work in my private, comfortable home office. People find me easy to talk to and often say I have the right balance between empathy and challenging them when necessary. People come to therapy because they are having difficulties handling their emotions in their work (or school) and personal relationships. As an Adult and Child Psychoanalyst, I have considerable experience working with a wide range of people from 3 years old and up to mature adulthood. I particularly like working with preschoolers, under-achieving "gifted" children, seemingly "lost" adolescents, adults and Seniors dealing with aging and retirement."
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"I am not currently able to accept new clients. I find that successful psychotherapy begins by helping you to clearly envision what you want for yourself. In particular, how do you want your life to be? I will help you clarify your hopes for yourself through ongoing collaboration. From there, we will think through strategies and work through barriers as you seek to achieve your vision of how you want to feel, to relate to others, to work, to study or learn. Each person is entirely unique, and thus, my approach to help you live the life you want to live will be adapted to your unique self."
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"I am not currently able to accept new clients. I find that successful psychotherapy begins by helping you to clearly envision what you want for yourself. In particular, how do you want your life to be? I will help you clarify your hopes for yourself through ongoing collaboration. From there, we will think through strategies and work through barriers as you seek to achieve your vision of how you want to feel, to relate to others, to work, to study or learn. Each person is entirely unique, and thus, my approach to help you live the life you want to live will be adapted to your unique self."
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"I have been working for 22 years with adolescents and young adults who struggle with obsessive compulsive disorder and anxiety and mood disorders. This is a challenging developmental stage during which time psychotherapy can be an effective tool. Additionally, I was a professional dancer with the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company. I currently work with dancers and their families, who are contending with the pressures of taking on a competitive physical, emotional and artistic pursuit. **Currently (as of 2/1/2020), I am NOT accepting new clients.**"
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"I have been working for 22 years with adolescents and young adults who struggle with obsessive compulsive disorder and anxiety and mood disorders. This is a challenging developmental stage during which time psychotherapy can be an effective tool. Additionally, I was a professional dancer with the Pacific Northwest Ballet Company. I currently work with dancers and their families, who are contending with the pressures of taking on a competitive physical, emotional and artistic pursuit. **Currently (as of 2/1/2020), I am NOT accepting new clients.**"
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"As a psychologist, I help adults and college students explore their experiences, thoughts and emotions within in a supportive and optimally challenging environment. My clients generally want to improve their quality of life, strengthen their relationships, reduce struggles with food, and recover from traumatic experiences. I love to help people navigate identity changes such as new motherhood, and also cultural or sexual identity. Mostly though, I just enjoy working with anyone who is curious and reflective. Together we can help you to feel more confident in your body, to deepen your relationships, and to feel at peace."
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"As a psychologist, I help adults and college students explore their experiences, thoughts and emotions within in a supportive and optimally challenging environment. My clients generally want to improve their quality of life, strengthen their relationships, reduce struggles with food, and recover from traumatic experiences. I love to help people navigate identity changes such as new motherhood, and also cultural or sexual identity. Mostly though, I just enjoy working with anyone who is curious and reflective. Together we can help you to feel more confident in your body, to deepen your relationships, and to feel at peace."
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"Therapy is the hard work of becoming awake to, and accepting of, what is real in ourselves and in life. Only when awake and living within the bounds of reality can we be loved, loving, healthy and happy. Addiction, depression, anxiety are among the experiences that can interfere with our experience of a healthy, joyful life. I feel priveledged to assist and accompany brave individuals on this journey of learning to change what we can, and stop fighting what we cannot. My therapy work combines traditional psychodynamic and cognitive approaches with Buddhist psychology and mindfulness practices."
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"Therapy is the hard work of becoming awake to, and accepting of, what is real in ourselves and in life. Only when awake and living within the bounds of reality can we be loved, loving, healthy and happy. Addiction, depression, anxiety are among the experiences that can interfere with our experience of a healthy, joyful life. I feel priveledged to assist and accompany brave individuals on this journey of learning to change what we can, and stop fighting what we cannot. My therapy work combines traditional psychodynamic and cognitive approaches with Buddhist psychology and mindfulness practices."
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"Sometimes we get caught up in who we think we should be or how we think we should act. This makes it hard to tune in to which parts of ourselves we want to nourish. I invite clients both young and old to take an active role in learning ways to increase meaning and enjoyment in their lives. I work with adolescents, adults, and parents struggling with issues of depression and anxiety, ADHD, sexuality, gender identity, and family conflict. Through drawing, storytelling and play, I help kids put their feelings into words and learn effective ways to connect with others."
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"Sometimes we get caught up in who we think we should be or how we think we should act. This makes it hard to tune in to which parts of ourselves we want to nourish. I invite clients both young and old to take an active role in learning ways to increase meaning and enjoyment in their lives. I work with adolescents, adults, and parents struggling with issues of depression and anxiety, ADHD, sexuality, gender identity, and family conflict. Through drawing, storytelling and play, I help kids put their feelings into words and learn effective ways to connect with others."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist dedicated to providing compassionate, effective services for children, teens, parents, families, and adults. Every client is unique, bringing distinct strengths and vulnerabilities, a singular set of life experiences, and individual perspectives and goals. Using a flexible, creative approach to therapy and assessment, I offer tailored support designed to be responsive to each client's needs. I bring clinical experience from a wide range of settings (outpatient clinics, therapeutic/residential schools, inpatient/hospital facilities) and an extensive background as an educator/administrator in elementary and middle schools to my practice."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist dedicated to providing compassionate, effective services for children, teens, parents, families, and adults. Every client is unique, bringing distinct strengths and vulnerabilities, a singular set of life experiences, and individual perspectives and goals. Using a flexible, creative approach to therapy and assessment, I offer tailored support designed to be responsive to each client's needs. I bring clinical experience from a wide range of settings (outpatient clinics, therapeutic/residential schools, inpatient/hospital facilities) and an extensive background as an educator/administrator in elementary and middle schools to my practice."
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"Is your child struggling at home or school with emotional, behavioral, or social difficulties? I specialize in treatment of children and adolescents with anxiety, mood inconsistencies, social skills deficits, behavioral problems, poor self-esteem, ADHD, learning disabilities and adjustment problems (e.g., parental divorce). My particular area of expertise is working with children with ASD. My post-doctoral training was at Eden Autism Services supervised by Dr. Ron Comer, Director of Clinical Psychology at Princeton University. I am passionate about working with children and families to increase their happiness and quality of life."
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"Is your child struggling at home or school with emotional, behavioral, or social difficulties? I specialize in treatment of children and adolescents with anxiety, mood inconsistencies, social skills deficits, behavioral problems, poor self-esteem, ADHD, learning disabilities and adjustment problems (e.g., parental divorce). My particular area of expertise is working with children with ASD. My post-doctoral training was at Eden Autism Services supervised by Dr. Ron Comer, Director of Clinical Psychology at Princeton University. I am passionate about working with children and families to increase their happiness and quality of life."
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"Dr. Ingrid Raab is a licensed psychologist in Wellesley, MA, who treats panic disorders, phobias, mood disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, and insomnia with a particular focus on anxiety management. Her approach follows the cognitive-behavioral model, integrating cognitive restructuring with mindfulness based stress-reduction therapy, applied physiology/biofeedback and psycho-dynamic therapy."
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"Dr. Ingrid Raab is a licensed psychologist in Wellesley, MA, who treats panic disorders, phobias, mood disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, and insomnia with a particular focus on anxiety management. Her approach follows the cognitive-behavioral model, integrating cognitive restructuring with mindfulness based stress-reduction therapy, applied physiology/biofeedback and psycho-dynamic therapy."
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"Children and adults alike confront challenges to healthy functioning and personal fulfillment. I aim to create an empathic connection with my clients, enabling them to better understand their emotions and habitual ways of coping with challenges, and to change the patterns of thought and behavior that interfere with reaching their goals and potential. Whether using play therapy with children or talk therapy with adults, I take an active approach to help clients achieve their goals and resolve their problems. When treating children, I work closely with parents, providing careful guidance about how to help their child develop and thrive."
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"Children and adults alike confront challenges to healthy functioning and personal fulfillment. I aim to create an empathic connection with my clients, enabling them to better understand their emotions and habitual ways of coping with challenges, and to change the patterns of thought and behavior that interfere with reaching their goals and potential. Whether using play therapy with children or talk therapy with adults, I take an active approach to help clients achieve their goals and resolve their problems. When treating children, I work closely with parents, providing careful guidance about how to help their child develop and thrive."
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"Welcome to my practice! I am a bilingual Spanish/English therapist that works with adults, young adults, and adolescents to help improve their overall quality of life. Whether you have a history of anxiety, depression, or mood disorder, or you are at the moment going through a difficult time in your life, therapy can help you to cope with your symptoms, and find ways to make changes in your life. I also work with parents to help them cope with the stress-related symptoms of having children with special needs/disabilities and mental health issues."
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"Welcome to my practice! I am a bilingual Spanish/English therapist that works with adults, young adults, and adolescents to help improve their overall quality of life. Whether you have a history of anxiety, depression, or mood disorder, or you are at the moment going through a difficult time in your life, therapy can help you to cope with your symptoms, and find ways to make changes in your life. I also work with parents to help them cope with the stress-related symptoms of having children with special needs/disabilities and mental health issues."
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"As a clinician who has practiced psychotherapy for over 25 years I have deep respect for the therapeutic process and the capacity of individuals to heal and grow. As an interactive therapist I will work with you collaboratively, fostering your emotional growth as we work toward mutually defined goals. I bring curiosity and compassion to the issues you bring to therapy and I will teach you to do the same. With a nonjudgmental attitude we will explore whatever is necessary to allow you to more deeply know yourself and to improve your overall sense of well-being."
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"As a clinician who has practiced psychotherapy for over 25 years I have deep respect for the therapeutic process and the capacity of individuals to heal and grow. As an interactive therapist I will work with you collaboratively, fostering your emotional growth as we work toward mutually defined goals. I bring curiosity and compassion to the issues you bring to therapy and I will teach you to do the same. With a nonjudgmental attitude we will explore whatever is necessary to allow you to more deeply know yourself and to improve your overall sense of well-being."
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"Welcome! I believe that the most successful therapy occurs when a strong clinical rapport is developed between therapist and client(s). To that end, I will work with you (or your child) to create a warm, therapeutic environment where we can collaboratively determine your needs and goals, and then work together toward achieving those goals. My approach to therapy is eclectic, which means I pull from a number of different theoretical orientations. This allows me the flexibility to tailor the treatment according to your unique needs."
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"Welcome! I believe that the most successful therapy occurs when a strong clinical rapport is developed between therapist and client(s). To that end, I will work with you (or your child) to create a warm, therapeutic environment where we can collaboratively determine your needs and goals, and then work together toward achieving those goals. My approach to therapy is eclectic, which means I pull from a number of different theoretical orientations. This allows me the flexibility to tailor the treatment according to your unique needs."
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"My approach to treatment is multimodal, active and goal oriented. I use a holistic approach that can incorporate discussion, art, movement and humor to explore issues and best meet my clients' needs. I work well with those who have had trouble connecting with therapists in the past and those who may be resistant to entering treatment. We can work to help you identify your strengths and apply them to improving your mental health. I use education and an insight oriented approach, as well as exploration of how the past experiences have shaped your current behaviors and relational patterns."
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"My approach to treatment is multimodal, active and goal oriented. I use a holistic approach that can incorporate discussion, art, movement and humor to explore issues and best meet my clients' needs. I work well with those who have had trouble connecting with therapists in the past and those who may be resistant to entering treatment. We can work to help you identify your strengths and apply them to improving your mental health. I use education and an insight oriented approach, as well as exploration of how the past experiences have shaped your current behaviors and relational patterns."

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Peer Relationships in 02482

Teens want to be with people their own age - their peers. During their adolescent years, teens and tweens often spend more time with their peers than with their parents. Through their peer relationships, they can be both connected and independent, as they grow away from their parents' images of them and develop identities of their own. Peers provide a place for accepting the feelings, thoughts and actions that come with the search for identity.

Positive Peer Pressure in 02482

The ability to develop healthy friendships and peer relationships depends on a teen's self-identity and self-esteem. Peer pressure can encourage your teen's energy and motivate your teen to conform to healthy behavior. Peers can act as positive role models and demonstrate constructive social behavior. Peers listen to, accept, and understand the frustrations, challenges, and concerns of being a tween or teenager.

Negative Peer Pressure in 02482

The need for acceptance, approval, and belonging can lead some teens or tweens to engage in risky behavior in order to fit in with a group-contrasting values they may otherwise reject. In such situations, peer pressure can impair judgment and enable risk-taking behavior, drawing a teen away from the family and positive influences. Some teens harbor secret lives --including those who appear to be well-behaved, high-achieving teens when they are with adults -and engage in negative behavior when with their peers.

If you're looking for help with child peer relationships in 02482 or for 02482 peer relationship Therapist these professionals provide help understanding the peer relationships of kids or tweens, or teen peer relationship counseling in 02482 and peer relationship advice. They include peer relationship Therapists, peer relationship psychologists in 02482 and peer relationship counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 02482 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 02482 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 02482 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 02482 or family therapy in 02482.