Counselor, PhD, LMHC, CGP Verified
Verified
West Somerville, MA 02144
You are much more more than a diagnosis or category! It is a challenge for us all to make meaning in a chaotic world. I work with creative people, perfectionists, harsh self-critics and existential struggles in singles, couples & groups. I have expertise in helping people recognize problematic substance use, with Harm Reduction as a philosophical approach. Cross-cultural sensitivity is a great value. I enjoy working with young and early-career adults. I enjoy learning from the people I see.
Relational
(617) 612-5619
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West Somerville, MA 02144
Relational
You are much more more than a diagnosis or category! It is a challenge for us all to make meaning in a chaotic world. I work with creative people, perfectionists, harsh self-critics and existential struggles in singles, couples & groups. I have expertise in helping people recognize problematic substance use, with Harm Reduction as a philosophical approach. Cross-cultural sensitivity is a great value. I enjoy working with young and early-career adults. I enjoy learning from the people I see.
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MSW, MEd, ACCH
West Somerville, MA 02144
I have been in private practice for over three decades. My approach is eclectic, engaging, and respectful. Humor has it's place in the journey of therapy! I feel blessed for the opportunity to help people build on their own strengths. My areas of particular interest include recovery, relationship/intimacy building, ADHD, sexuality/LGBT issues, ACOA, Wellness coaching, and hypnotherapy. I look forward to the opportunity of assisting you in challenging old behaviors and reframing healthier narratives in your life.
Relational
(617) 674-0915
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West Somerville, MA 02144
Relational
I have been in private practice for over three decades. My approach is eclectic, engaging, and respectful. Humor has it's place in the journey of therapy! I feel blessed for the opportunity to help people build on their own strengths. My areas of particular interest include recovery, relationship/intimacy building, ADHD, sexuality/LGBT issues, ACOA, Wellness coaching, and hypnotherapy. I look forward to the opportunity of assisting you in challenging old behaviors and reframing healthier narratives in your life.
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Pamela Enders
Psychologist, PhD Verified
Verified
Cambridge, MA
My therapy and coaching practice is devoted to working with competent, accomplished individuals who are seeking relief from performance anxiety (stage fright), chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia or work/life stress. My approach is pragmatic, interactive,and engaging and is based on over 30 years of professional experience as a psychotherapist, executive and performance coach, consultant, and faculty member of Harvard Medical School. Depending on what your needs/challenges are, I use a blend of hypnotherapy, coaching, cognitive and/or interpersonal/psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Relational
(617) 340-7958
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Cambridge, MA
Relational
My therapy and coaching practice is devoted to working with competent, accomplished individuals who are seeking relief from performance anxiety (stage fright), chronic pain, anxiety, insomnia or work/life stress. My approach is pragmatic, interactive,and engaging and is based on over 30 years of professional experience as a psychotherapist, executive and performance coach, consultant, and faculty member of Harvard Medical School. Depending on what your needs/challenges are, I use a blend of hypnotherapy, coaching, cognitive and/or interpersonal/psychodynamic psychotherapy.
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Gureen Singh
Counselor, MA, LMHC Verified
Verified
Boston, MA
Seeking therapy or finding a new therapist can sometimes be both intimidating and stressful. I have found, however, that once the right match is made, the therapeutic relationship almost always matures into an integral and rewarding aspect of my clients' routines and lives. I strive to engage my clients in a collaborative partnership as they process feelings, explore solutions and improve relationships. My eclectic and person-centered approach ensures that you continue to be the experts of your own lives, while I provide a supportive, empathic and non-judgmental space for you to change or cope with life's various challenges.
Relational
(857) 263-2902
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Boston, MA
Relational
Seeking therapy or finding a new therapist can sometimes be both intimidating and stressful. I have found, however, that once the right match is made, the therapeutic relationship almost always matures into an integral and rewarding aspect of my clients' routines and lives. I strive to engage my clients in a collaborative partnership as they process feelings, explore solutions and improve relationships. My eclectic and person-centered approach ensures that you continue to be the experts of your own lives, while I provide a supportive, empathic and non-judgmental space for you to change or cope with life's various challenges.
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Eva Tracy-Raeder
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW Verified
Verified
Williamstown, MA
Therapy is a valuable resource when navigating life’s challenges. The therapeutic process builds confidence, improves the ability to cope, increases the capacity for connection and intimacy, and expands self-knowledge and understanding. I offer therapy to individuals of diverse backgrounds and identities suffering from anxiety, depression, stage-of-life issues, and grief and loss.
Relational
(413) 597-8964
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Williamstown, MA
Relational
Therapy is a valuable resource when navigating life’s challenges. The therapeutic process builds confidence, improves the ability to cope, increases the capacity for connection and intimacy, and expands self-knowledge and understanding. I offer therapy to individuals of diverse backgrounds and identities suffering from anxiety, depression, stage-of-life issues, and grief and loss.
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Lindsay Boudreau
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW Verified
Verified
Orange, MA
Starting therapy may bring up a lot of thoughts and feelings, and your decision to seek therapy shows a commitment to living your best life. I ultimately believe in my work that restoring relationships with ourselves and our loved ones can help navigate the difficult times we live in. Finding freedom from worry and depression is work, but you are not alone on this journey. You may also be exploring your sexual or gender identity and looking for additional support. Your curiosity and interest in exploring these issues will help you succeed in reaching your goals for your best life. Together we can work on finding hope and peace.
Relational
(978) 307-4086
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Orange, MA
Relational
Starting therapy may bring up a lot of thoughts and feelings, and your decision to seek therapy shows a commitment to living your best life. I ultimately believe in my work that restoring relationships with ourselves and our loved ones can help navigate the difficult times we live in. Finding freedom from worry and depression is work, but you are not alone on this journey. You may also be exploring your sexual or gender identity and looking for additional support. Your curiosity and interest in exploring these issues will help you succeed in reaching your goals for your best life. Together we can work on finding hope and peace.
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Tara A Hanson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CYT, CHE Verified
Verified
Newbury, MA
Clients see me for existential fatigue from unresolved trauma, loss, grief, relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, addictions/compulsions. Every part of our lives has an opportunity for growth. I support people who want to engage the opportunities and move beyond simple relief of symptoms to understand symptoms are telling us something greater is trying to emerge. I believe relationship between therapist and client(s) is a primary factor in determining success in therapy. Clients who see me are usually seeking deeper relationships with themselves, others, and their world, i am here to facilitate that process.
Relational
(772) 492-4986
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Newbury, MA
Relational
Clients see me for existential fatigue from unresolved trauma, loss, grief, relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, addictions/compulsions. Every part of our lives has an opportunity for growth. I support people who want to engage the opportunities and move beyond simple relief of symptoms to understand symptoms are telling us something greater is trying to emerge. I believe relationship between therapist and client(s) is a primary factor in determining success in therapy. Clients who see me are usually seeking deeper relationships with themselves, others, and their world, i am here to facilitate that process.
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Vendetti Wellness Group, PC
Psychologist, PsyD Verified
Verified
Hopkinton, MA
Dr. Kirsten Snyder combines her doctoral level training in clinical psychology with her training in energy medicine to provide a holistic healing experience of the mind, body and spirit for her clients. Kirsten has over 15 years of experience providing psyotherapy to older adolescents and adults. Her approach to treatment draws from a variety of theoretical perspectives including Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Relational and Psychodynamic models, Reiki, Bodytalk, and EFT. Kirsten is most interested in facilitating the exploration and healing of life difficulties associated with relationships, the stresses and adjustments to life and career transitions, and identity development.
Relational
(508) 905-5122
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Hopkinton, MA
Relational
Dr. Kirsten Snyder combines her doctoral level training in clinical psychology with her training in energy medicine to provide a holistic healing experience of the mind, body and spirit for her clients. Kirsten has over 15 years of experience providing psyotherapy to older adolescents and adults. Her approach to treatment draws from a variety of theoretical perspectives including Mindfulness-Based Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Relational and Psychodynamic models, Reiki, Bodytalk, and EFT. Kirsten is most interested in facilitating the exploration and healing of life difficulties associated with relationships, the stresses and adjustments to life and career transitions, and identity development.
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Charlie Mobayed
Psychologist, PhD Verified
Verified
Westford, MA
Over the last thirty years as a Clinical Psychologist, I have learned how children, adults, couples, and families break free of disheartening relational patterns and rewrite oppressive self-stories. I have learned how to attend to what matters most: feeling safe, opening to love, and creating a life guided by compassion. I truly love my work, and that may be because I am still learning every day how to ask questions that spark wonder and creativity, how to listen for the depth behind words, knowing when to be patient, when to challenge.
Relational
(978) 320-3151
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Westford, MA
Relational
Over the last thirty years as a Clinical Psychologist, I have learned how children, adults, couples, and families break free of disheartening relational patterns and rewrite oppressive self-stories. I have learned how to attend to what matters most: feeling safe, opening to love, and creating a life guided by compassion. I truly love my work, and that may be because I am still learning every day how to ask questions that spark wonder and creativity, how to listen for the depth behind words, knowing when to be patient, when to challenge.
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Hannah Peters
Psychologist, PsyD Verified
Verified
Wellesley, MA
*My practice is full as of Nov 2020* 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 quality of life, strengthen 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.
Relational
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Wellesley, MA
Relational
*My practice is full as of Nov 2020* 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 quality of life, strengthen 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.
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Joanna Colton
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW Verified
Verified
Lexington, MA
I like to provide clients with practical solutions they can utilize in their day to day lives to help them better manage their emotions in order to achieve greater harmony within themselves, and with others. I strive to create a comfortable, non-judgmental environment where clients feel both supported and respected. The therapeutic relationship is a partnership in which we work together towards goals that feel both realistic and manageable. I work collaboratively with clients helping them understand patterns of behavior and thinking, through a variety of approaches including psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Relational
(339) 970-2281
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Lexington, MA
Relational
I like to provide clients with practical solutions they can utilize in their day to day lives to help them better manage their emotions in order to achieve greater harmony within themselves, and with others. I strive to create a comfortable, non-judgmental environment where clients feel both supported and respected. The therapeutic relationship is a partnership in which we work together towards goals that feel both realistic and manageable. I work collaboratively with clients helping them understand patterns of behavior and thinking, through a variety of approaches including psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
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Wendy Emory
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW Verified
Verified
Brookline, MA
Life is different now. Amid the uncertainty, it possible that you’re feeling anxious, depressed or shut down. Whether you're adjusting to a life transition or have experienced loss, trauma, illness or caring for someone who is, having support may be helpful. Regardless of your circumstances, I'll work collaboratively with you to access what already exists within you! While the journey toward health and wellness is on-going, accessing your body's innate wisdom may be instrumental. In discovering your mind/body connection, it's possible you’ll begin to experience a sense of well-being and stability that you're seeking right now.
Relational
(781) 460-6724
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Brookline, MA
Relational
Life is different now. Amid the uncertainty, it possible that you’re feeling anxious, depressed or shut down. Whether you're adjusting to a life transition or have experienced loss, trauma, illness or caring for someone who is, having support may be helpful. Regardless of your circumstances, I'll work collaboratively with you to access what already exists within you! While the journey toward health and wellness is on-going, accessing your body's innate wisdom may be instrumental. In discovering your mind/body connection, it's possible you’ll begin to experience a sense of well-being and stability that you're seeking right now.
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Mark Vecchio
MFA, PCC, SEP
Northampton, MA
I specialize in helping people with ADHD and related symptoms bring their mind, heart, and body into alignment--literally to get their self together and live with more freedom. Struggling with self-defeating patterns over time can lead to feeling trapped and hopeless. Repeated experiences of "not living up to potential" might feel like evidence that you will inevitably betray yourself, despite your best intentions and obvious gifts. It becomes easy to conclude that "something's wrong," or that you are somehow "not enough" to cope with a life that is becoming too complicated or going too fast, or both.
Relational
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Northampton, MA
Relational
I specialize in helping people with ADHD and related symptoms bring their mind, heart, and body into alignment--literally to get their self together and live with more freedom. Struggling with self-defeating patterns over time can lead to feeling trapped and hopeless. Repeated experiences of "not living up to potential" might feel like evidence that you will inevitably betray yourself, despite your best intentions and obvious gifts. It becomes easy to conclude that "something's wrong," or that you are somehow "not enough" to cope with a life that is becoming too complicated or going too fast, or both.
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Joanna Bunker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW Verified
Verified
Framingham, MA
Have you ever, in exasperation, asked yourself “why am I like this?!” or expressed something similar? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Perhaps you have a complicated relationship with food and your body, struggle with symptoms of a mood disorder, have a trauma history, or are in the midst of a major life change and feel you would benefit from the support of someone who can help you make sense of it all, in the hopes of finding some relief. You may be hesitant, or even in a place of hopelessness and helplessness.
Relational
(508) 788-4554
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Framingham, MA
Relational
Have you ever, in exasperation, asked yourself “why am I like this?!” or expressed something similar? If so, you’ve come to the right place! Perhaps you have a complicated relationship with food and your body, struggle with symptoms of a mood disorder, have a trauma history, or are in the midst of a major life change and feel you would benefit from the support of someone who can help you make sense of it all, in the hopes of finding some relief. You may be hesitant, or even in a place of hopelessness and helplessness.
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Daniel Ritchie
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW Verified
Verified
Easthampton, MA
*Telehealth sessions available* If you are like most people, your efforts toward overcoming difficulties on your own sometimes fall short. Maybe you know things could be better if you could get through a difficult transition, change a negative pattern, or overcome some relationship difficulty. It can also be difficult to be aware of how poor sleep is affecting your days. Whether you're having difficulty with stress, anxiety, sleep, work, school, relationships, or something else, you deserve to have someone help you live with greater ease. Engaging in therapy with a calm, supportive, and encouraging therapist can be the difference.
Relational
(413) 961-3727
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Easthampton, MA
Relational
*Telehealth sessions available* If you are like most people, your efforts toward overcoming difficulties on your own sometimes fall short. Maybe you know things could be better if you could get through a difficult transition, change a negative pattern, or overcome some relationship difficulty. It can also be difficult to be aware of how poor sleep is affecting your days. Whether you're having difficulty with stress, anxiety, sleep, work, school, relationships, or something else, you deserve to have someone help you live with greater ease. Engaging in therapy with a calm, supportive, and encouraging therapist can be the difference.
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Meg Price
Counselor, LMHC Verified
Verified
Natick, MA
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, sexuality, and gender identity. Through drawing, storytelling and play, I help kids put their feelings into words and learn effective ways to connect with others. I recognize and celebrate neurodiversity as well as expansive gender expression.
Relational
(508) 388-5502 x905
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Natick, MA
Relational
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, sexuality, and gender identity. Through drawing, storytelling and play, I help kids put their feelings into words and learn effective ways to connect with others. I recognize and celebrate neurodiversity as well as expansive gender expression.
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Samantha Armer
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LMSW Verified
Verified
Easthampton, MA
I am a clinical social worker with an MSW from University of Albany's School of Social Welfare. Earlier graduate work was a Master of Psychology, concentrating in Marriage and Family Therapy. Additionally I spent over ten years working as a birth and postpartum doula and childbirth educator, which has offered me a unique background for working with families. In addition I completed a certificate training for working with victims of assault to enhance my knowledge of trauma and its effects.
Relational
(347) 682-4614
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Easthampton, MA
Relational
I am a clinical social worker with an MSW from University of Albany's School of Social Welfare. Earlier graduate work was a Master of Psychology, concentrating in Marriage and Family Therapy. Additionally I spent over ten years working as a birth and postpartum doula and childbirth educator, which has offered me a unique background for working with families. In addition I completed a certificate training for working with victims of assault to enhance my knowledge of trauma and its effects.
Ally Kuriloff
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW Verified
Verified
Somerville, MA
Humans get hurt and heal in the context of relationships. I focus on building an attuned, authentic therapeutic relationship with clients, in which one can feel safe enough to examine feelings, vulnerabilities, and struggles, and explore new ways of living a fulfilling life. While I tailor treatment to individual needs and strengths, I predominantly use a psychodynamic lens, incorporating elements of other behavioral and humanistic theories. I take into consideration how issues of power and oppression, intersectionality, and cultural identity impact the human experience individually and collectively, including in the therapy space.
Relational
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Somerville, MA
Relational
Humans get hurt and heal in the context of relationships. I focus on building an attuned, authentic therapeutic relationship with clients, in which one can feel safe enough to examine feelings, vulnerabilities, and struggles, and explore new ways of living a fulfilling life. While I tailor treatment to individual needs and strengths, I predominantly use a psychodynamic lens, incorporating elements of other behavioral and humanistic theories. I take into consideration how issues of power and oppression, intersectionality, and cultural identity impact the human experience individually and collectively, including in the therapy space.
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Laura Curtiss Feder
Psychologist, PsyD Verified
Verified
Newton Centre, MA
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.
Relational
(646) 846-5089
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Newton Centre, MA
Relational
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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Richard Palumbo - Elizabeth Gomes Lmhc
Counselor, PhD, LMHC Verified
Verified
Fall River, MA
Dr. Palumbo is a child psychologist who works with children and their families. He has been in private practice for over 35 years and works regularly with issues surrounding impulse control (ADHD, tourettes, exposive behavioral management), depression, bipolar, anxiety disorders (OCD, enuresis, encopresis), spectrum disorders (autism, PPD, Aspergers), substance abuse and behavioral concerns. Individual and family therapy are the mainstay of his practice; parents are an integral part of the therapeutic process. Elements of many approaches are brought to bare in order to address issues in a timely manner.
Relational
(508) 455-3737
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Fall River, MA
Relational
Dr. Palumbo is a child psychologist who works with children and their families. He has been in private practice for over 35 years and works regularly with issues surrounding impulse control (ADHD, tourettes, exposive behavioral management), depression, bipolar, anxiety disorders (OCD, enuresis, encopresis), spectrum disorders (autism, PPD, Aspergers), substance abuse and behavioral concerns. Individual and family therapy are the mainstay of his practice; parents are an integral part of the therapeutic process. Elements of many approaches are brought to bare in order to address issues in a timely manner.

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Relational Therapists
If you're looking for Relational Therapy in West Somerville or for a West Somerville Relational therapist these professionals provide relational therapy and relational psychotherapy. They include Relational therapists, Relational psychologists, Relational psychotherapists and Relational counselors.

Relational life therapy in West Somerville offers strategies to combat marital dysfunction and restore harmony in relationships. Couples--those recovering from affairs, traumatic events, or a lull in passion--can find RLT helpful. To repair discord, the therapist identifies the main conflict upsetting the couples' emotional intimacy. Once the partners see how they both contribute to the problem, the therapist teaches them skills to improve the ways they relate to each other. Couples may see a change in their relationship within three to six months.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in West Somerville are able to work with a wide range of issues and communities, including the BIPOC community in West Somerville. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in West Somerville

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