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"PLEASE NOTE: I AM ACCEPTING GROUP REFERRALS BUT AT THIS TIME I AM NOT ACCEPTING REFERRALS FOR INDIVIDUAL THERAPY. I treat adults, adolescents and children in individual and group therapy in my Brookline and Arlington offices. I work with clients on a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, sexuality, divorce, step-parenting, trauma, loss and grief. Through exploration and collaboration, I help clients gain more clarity, become more connected, and feel greater satisfaction with their lives. In addition, I provide supervision, consultation and training to clinicians on group therapy and a variety of other topics."
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"PLEASE NOTE: I AM ACCEPTING GROUP REFERRALS BUT AT THIS TIME I AM NOT ACCEPTING REFERRALS FOR INDIVIDUAL THERAPY. I treat adults, adolescents and children in individual and group therapy in my Brookline and Arlington offices. I work with clients on a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, sexuality, divorce, step-parenting, trauma, loss and grief. Through exploration and collaboration, I help clients gain more clarity, become more connected, and feel greater satisfaction with their lives. In addition, I provide supervision, consultation and training to clinicians on group therapy and a variety of other topics."
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"- I am currently accepting new patients- I work from compassion, strength-based, humanistic approach. I join clients on their journey and allow them to lead while guiding them when needed. I focus on play and art therapy with younger aged children. I believe that young children often know what they need to process and with support are able to do so through various forms of play. With older adolescents and teens I incorporate mindfulness as a way to learn healthy coping skills, work on processing through art and other creative outlets. I use talk therapy with all my clients, using age appropriate language. "
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"- I am currently accepting new patients- I work from compassion, strength-based, humanistic approach. I join clients on their journey and allow them to lead while guiding them when needed. I focus on play and art therapy with younger aged children. I believe that young children often know what they need to process and with support are able to do so through various forms of play. With older adolescents and teens I incorporate mindfulness as a way to learn healthy coping skills, work on processing through art and other creative outlets. I use talk therapy with all my clients, using age appropriate language. "
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"For over 20 years I have been providing patients with a safe space that is mutually created together through a trusting connection built to hold whatever you bring into therapy. My focus is on longer term therapy that is aimed at achieving real and lasting change in one's life. It is also my experience that once many of the initial issues are worked through, whether they are older emotional wounds or current relationship issues, that ultimately what will emerge are your own unique qualities that will allow you to flourish in all aspects of your life."
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"For over 20 years I have been providing patients with a safe space that is mutually created together through a trusting connection built to hold whatever you bring into therapy. My focus is on longer term therapy that is aimed at achieving real and lasting change in one's life. It is also my experience that once many of the initial issues are worked through, whether they are older emotional wounds or current relationship issues, that ultimately what will emerge are your own unique qualities that will allow you to flourish in all aspects of your life."
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"Do you feel overwhelmed with stress and worry? Do you find yourself wishing you felt happier and were living a more balanced life? Especially during this difficult time of social isolation and change, therapy offers a space for insight, healing, and growth. My goal for each session is to support you in increasing your awareness of how you think, feel, and respond to things, which can lead to a deeper understanding of yourself, your relationships, and your experience within the world. "
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"Do you feel overwhelmed with stress and worry? Do you find yourself wishing you felt happier and were living a more balanced life? Especially during this difficult time of social isolation and change, therapy offers a space for insight, healing, and growth. My goal for each session is to support you in increasing your awareness of how you think, feel, and respond to things, which can lead to a deeper understanding of yourself, your relationships, and your experience within the world. "
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"My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative, supportive and empowering. Whether you are in crisis over a recent loss, finding the courage to seek a fresh perspective on long-standing difficulties or wanting to make your life more meaningful and fulfilling, I would like to help you to define and meet your goals. Clients find me to be warm, engaging and easy to talk to. I combine deep exploration with a focus on behavioral change, depending upon your needs and preferences. I am committed to creating an open and trusting relationship where you feel free to speak your mind and understand the therapy process."
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(617) 631-9973
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"My approach to psychotherapy is collaborative, supportive and empowering. Whether you are in crisis over a recent loss, finding the courage to seek a fresh perspective on long-standing difficulties or wanting to make your life more meaningful and fulfilling, I would like to help you to define and meet your goals. Clients find me to be warm, engaging and easy to talk to. I combine deep exploration with a focus on behavioral change, depending upon your needs and preferences. I am committed to creating an open and trusting relationship where you feel free to speak your mind and understand the therapy process."
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"We often do not have the words to describe the complex feelings and experiences which occur during development. I believe that the use of creative arts, mindfulness, and psychoeducation can develop communication and coping skills needed to master the challenging emotions associated with growing up. "
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"We often do not have the words to describe the complex feelings and experiences which occur during development. I believe that the use of creative arts, mindfulness, and psychoeducation can develop communication and coping skills needed to master the challenging emotions associated with growing up. "
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"I am privileged to be invited into the inner worlds of children, adolescents and adults who experience ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Relationship and Self Esteem difficulties. I gained extensive clinical and teaching experiences while helping blended and multicultural families, step-parents, families going through divorce, kids in K-12 and college/grad students. While motivating different age groups to gain the skill-sets they need to thrive, I created a collaborative, compassionate and non-judgmental environment where they were empowered and also challenged to increase self awareness to create positive changes in their lives."
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(617) 855-6562
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"I am privileged to be invited into the inner worlds of children, adolescents and adults who experience ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Relationship and Self Esteem difficulties. I gained extensive clinical and teaching experiences while helping blended and multicultural families, step-parents, families going through divorce, kids in K-12 and college/grad students. While motivating different age groups to gain the skill-sets they need to thrive, I created a collaborative, compassionate and non-judgmental environment where they were empowered and also challenged to increase self awareness to create positive changes in their lives."
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"Healing from difficult life circumstances can and does happen. For 20 years I have worked with adolescents, adults and families to help them heal from traumatic stress, transform their lives, and become their best selves. Utilizing creative and holistic interventions from an array of therapeutic modalities, such as IFS, EMDR, Solution Focused & TF-CBT, I work with individuals suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, poor self-esteem, behavioral disruptions and interpersonal conflict. I believe that everyone has the capacity and strength to overcome their past and live to their fullest potential. "
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(857) 226-9078
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"Healing from difficult life circumstances can and does happen. For 20 years I have worked with adolescents, adults and families to help them heal from traumatic stress, transform their lives, and become their best selves. Utilizing creative and holistic interventions from an array of therapeutic modalities, such as IFS, EMDR, Solution Focused & TF-CBT, I work with individuals suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, poor self-esteem, behavioral disruptions and interpersonal conflict. I believe that everyone has the capacity and strength to overcome their past and live to their fullest potential. "
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Counselor, MEd, LMHC
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"You thought you would have it all figured out by now but you are finding out day to day that is not the case. You might be experiencing anxiety, stress, overwhelm and not exactly sure what direction to go in. I give my clients hands on tools and guidance to support them on their journey of self awareness, discovery, and mastery. "
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(339) 686-8098
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Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
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"You thought you would have it all figured out by now but you are finding out day to day that is not the case. You might be experiencing anxiety, stress, overwhelm and not exactly sure what direction to go in. I give my clients hands on tools and guidance to support them on their journey of self awareness, discovery, and mastery. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CCBT, MSW
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"I will provide you with a safe and supportive environment for exploration and creative problem solving, with an emphasis on results. While our relationship is central to the process, I also realize that you want and need to find real solutions. I am prepared and would be honored to help you do just that. I have been certified in Cognitive Behavioral Interventions, an approach that has been demonstrated in hundreds of studies to be THE most effective method for helping people overcome their problems (emotional, relationship, adjustment, etc.). In short: it works!"
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(781) 205-4587
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"I will provide you with a safe and supportive environment for exploration and creative problem solving, with an emphasis on results. While our relationship is central to the process, I also realize that you want and need to find real solutions. I am prepared and would be honored to help you do just that. I have been certified in Cognitive Behavioral Interventions, an approach that has been demonstrated in hundreds of studies to be THE most effective method for helping people overcome their problems (emotional, relationship, adjustment, etc.). In short: it works!"
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Counselor, LMHC, MA, ET
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"I know that struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and/or significant life transition can take a major toll on daily life. Feeling exhausted, lonely and stuck only add to this vicious cycle of frustration leaving nothing feeling quite fulfilling anymore. It can feel difficult to find your voice and completely consuming to attempt to wade these waters by yourself. Learning to love ourselves in our darkest hours can be one of the hardest things we will ever face leading us to question our worth. I am here to help you tap into your inner wisdom and self-compassion, and begin to create positive movement in your life. "
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(617) 941-3455
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"I know that struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and/or significant life transition can take a major toll on daily life. Feeling exhausted, lonely and stuck only add to this vicious cycle of frustration leaving nothing feeling quite fulfilling anymore. It can feel difficult to find your voice and completely consuming to attempt to wade these waters by yourself. Learning to love ourselves in our darkest hours can be one of the hardest things we will ever face leading us to question our worth. I am here to help you tap into your inner wisdom and self-compassion, and begin to create positive movement in your life. "
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"Beginning therapy takes a lot of courage. Getting the most out of it takes openness and a compassionate, attentive therapist in whom you feel comfortable confiding. I specialize in helping adults and adolescents with eating disorders and their families find balance and fulfillment in their lives. My treatment approach, which draws upon more than 20 years’ experience working in a variety of settings, employs concepts from psychodynamic theory, CBT, DBT, and ACT. If you have a treatment team, I can collaborate to help coordinate your care and take an integrated approach towards improving your physical and mental health."
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(617) 396-7142
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"Beginning therapy takes a lot of courage. Getting the most out of it takes openness and a compassionate, attentive therapist in whom you feel comfortable confiding. I specialize in helping adults and adolescents with eating disorders and their families find balance and fulfillment in their lives. My treatment approach, which draws upon more than 20 years’ experience working in a variety of settings, employs concepts from psychodynamic theory, CBT, DBT, and ACT. If you have a treatment team, I can collaborate to help coordinate your care and take an integrated approach towards improving your physical and mental health."
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"Are you feeling frustrated? Frustration tells us that we want something to be different in our lives. If you want more fulfillment in your relationships or to feel more balanced overall, I am committed to empowering you to fulfill your goals. During therapy sessions, you will always be treated as a unique person with your own specific needs."
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(781) 325-4698
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"Are you feeling frustrated? Frustration tells us that we want something to be different in our lives. If you want more fulfillment in your relationships or to feel more balanced overall, I am committed to empowering you to fulfill your goals. During therapy sessions, you will always be treated as a unique person with your own specific needs."
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"Stressful experiences, challenging behaviors, and emotional distress can impact all ages, beginning with very young children. As a clinical psychologist, my focus is to provide compassionate care and strength based support to children, teens, and families as well as adults. I am experienced treating anxiety, mood and trauma related disorders, as well as relationship issues. My treatment approach starts with an assessment of each person’s needs. Having received post doctoral training as a child and family therapist, I work through an array of cognitive behavioral interventions, expressive and talk therapies and psycho-education with ages three and older."
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(617) 544-3982
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"Stressful experiences, challenging behaviors, and emotional distress can impact all ages, beginning with very young children. As a clinical psychologist, my focus is to provide compassionate care and strength based support to children, teens, and families as well as adults. I am experienced treating anxiety, mood and trauma related disorders, as well as relationship issues. My treatment approach starts with an assessment of each person’s needs. Having received post doctoral training as a child and family therapist, I work through an array of cognitive behavioral interventions, expressive and talk therapies and psycho-education with ages three and older."
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"There are times in our lives when we need help with life's challenges. These could be related to relationship difficulties, family concerns, or work/school issues. They might stem from how we feel about ourselves. As a seasoned Clinical Social Worker, I have experience helping clients of all ages and provide a safe and supportive place to be able to examine concerns and work towards creating change. "
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(781) 236-3247
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"There are times in our lives when we need help with life's challenges. These could be related to relationship difficulties, family concerns, or work/school issues. They might stem from how we feel about ourselves. As a seasoned Clinical Social Worker, I have experience helping clients of all ages and provide a safe and supportive place to be able to examine concerns and work towards creating change. "
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"I provide a safe, supportive and nurturing environment for clients to explore life's issues and challenges and develop a positive sense of self. I use positivity, humor and creativity and my goal is to help people recognize their strengths and unique qualities, which can serve them on their path to wellness. I also engage clients in honest reflection of themselves and their relationships and help empower them to make any necessary changes in their lives that promote growth and healing. I have a client-centered, non-judgmental approach and welcome clients from all backgrounds."
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(617) 762-5352
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"I provide a safe, supportive and nurturing environment for clients to explore life's issues and challenges and develop a positive sense of self. I use positivity, humor and creativity and my goal is to help people recognize their strengths and unique qualities, which can serve them on their path to wellness. I also engage clients in honest reflection of themselves and their relationships and help empower them to make any necessary changes in their lives that promote growth and healing. I have a client-centered, non-judgmental approach and welcome clients from all backgrounds."
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"With over 20 years of experience, I strive to work with a client in a collaborative and trusting way. Each client is unique and their individual story is worthy of empathy and respect. I'm an interactive therapist who supports open and free dialog in sessions. Clients usually have something that is bothering them, and that is the reason why they come; we start and work on those issues and as a trusting relationship develops, clients usually develop greater clarity, and self-defeating behaviors are gradually given up for those that will have a more positive outcome in their life."
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"With over 20 years of experience, I strive to work with a client in a collaborative and trusting way. Each client is unique and their individual story is worthy of empathy and respect. I'm an interactive therapist who supports open and free dialog in sessions. Clients usually have something that is bothering them, and that is the reason why they come; we start and work on those issues and as a trusting relationship develops, clients usually develop greater clarity, and self-defeating behaviors are gradually given up for those that will have a more positive outcome in their life."
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"I am a clinical psychologist with expertise in working with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, and self-esteem. I work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals and natural supports, and provide compassionate psychotherapy tailored to your individual needs. My treatment focuses on helping people discover their inherent strengths and identify what in their lives they would like to change to find balance and wellness. My aim is to act as a guide to help people find their own personal motivation. I am located near the Alewife T Station in Cambridge MA with ample parking and handicap accessibility."
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"I am a clinical psychologist with expertise in working with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, and self-esteem. I work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals and natural supports, and provide compassionate psychotherapy tailored to your individual needs. My treatment focuses on helping people discover their inherent strengths and identify what in their lives they would like to change to find balance and wellness. My aim is to act as a guide to help people find their own personal motivation. I am located near the Alewife T Station in Cambridge MA with ample parking and handicap accessibility."
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"While currently I am not taking new individual clients, I am taking new group clients. I see the client - therapist relationship as a partnership. In our sessions we will explore your story, your strengths, struggles and losses together. Drawing upon a variety of theories, including relational, transpersonal and cognitive behavioral theories, I bring a creative and compassionate approach to my work with people. With over a decade working in the area of addiction and dual diagnosis, I understand that it takes time to change. I also work with family members and the family system around the addictive behavior."
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(603) 239-2340
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"While currently I am not taking new individual clients, I am taking new group clients. I see the client - therapist relationship as a partnership. In our sessions we will explore your story, your strengths, struggles and losses together. Drawing upon a variety of theories, including relational, transpersonal and cognitive behavioral theories, I bring a creative and compassionate approach to my work with people. With over a decade working in the area of addiction and dual diagnosis, I understand that it takes time to change. I also work with family members and the family system around the addictive behavior."
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"In response to current public health guidelines and concerns about CORVID-19 I am increasing my availability to provide telehealth appointments to clients. I look forward to understanding your goals and values and offering the best of scientific and humanistic practice to help you reach desired outcomes. I have helped children, adolescents, transition-age youth and adults address traumatic experience, loss, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, depression, adjustment to psychiatric disability and other stressful life transitions. "
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"In response to current public health guidelines and concerns about CORVID-19 I am increasing my availability to provide telehealth appointments to clients. I look forward to understanding your goals and values and offering the best of scientific and humanistic practice to help you reach desired outcomes. I have helped children, adolescents, transition-age youth and adults address traumatic experience, loss, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, depression, adjustment to psychiatric disability and other stressful life transitions. "

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Peer Relationships in Arlington

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 Arlington

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 Arlington

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 Arlington or for an Arlington peer relationship Therapist these professionals provide help understanding the peer relationships of kids or tweens, or teen peer relationship counseling in Arlington and peer relationship advice. They include peer relationship Therapists, peer relationship psychologists in Arlington and peer relationship counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Arlington are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Arlington

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