Becky Howard
Counselor, MA, CAGS, LMHC Verified
Oxford, MA 01540
Whether you're feeling depressed, anxious, hopeless, or irritable, making that first call for help can be hard. You desperately want to feel better, but you're afraid of what it will be like to share your thoughts with a therapist. I understand. My guiding principles are respect, appreciation of differences, and a balance between acceptance and change. I listen carefully and center the therapy around your needs.
(508) 815-4137
Verified
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Oxford, MA 01540
Whether you're feeling depressed, anxious, hopeless, or irritable, making that first call for help can be hard. You desperately want to feel better, but you're afraid of what it will be like to share your thoughts with a therapist. I understand. My guiding principles are respect, appreciation of differences, and a balance between acceptance and change. I listen carefully and center the therapy around your needs.
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Ronnie McKenney II
Counselor, LMHC Verified
Office is near:
Oxford, MA 01540
Offers online therapy
*NEW CLIENTS ACCEPTED via TELEHEALTH* Ever feel like you have a way to do something, and though it does not work the way it seems like it should, you feel it “works for you?” Do you find that you have a way of behaving and struggle to break free from yourself? I find that humans act in patterns. We think about a problem and act in a way that is the most comfortable to us and tend to repeat these patterns regardless of the result. I work with people living with depression, anxiety, trauma, anger concerns, separation/loss/grief issues, and people coping with discrimination.
(508) 538-3760
Verified
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Office is near:
Oxford, MA 01540
Offers online therapy
*NEW CLIENTS ACCEPTED via TELEHEALTH* Ever feel like you have a way to do something, and though it does not work the way it seems like it should, you feel it “works for you?” Do you find that you have a way of behaving and struggle to break free from yourself? I find that humans act in patterns. We think about a problem and act in a way that is the most comfortable to us and tend to repeat these patterns regardless of the result. I work with people living with depression, anxiety, trauma, anger concerns, separation/loss/grief issues, and people coping with discrimination.
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Kimberly Mahlert
Counselor, LMHC, MA Verified
Office is near:
Oxford, MA 01540
Not accepting new clients
Hello! I have over a decade of experience treating adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, attachment disorders, PTSD and complex trauma. I believe in a strength-based relational approach that reinforces therapy as a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can explore the underlying roots of their identified challenges and develop positive and effective strategies to cope. I believe that all people are doing the best they can in any given moment with the skills they have and that unconditional positive regard is the foundation of a healing relationship.
(774) 272-6965
Verified
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Office is near:
Oxford, MA 01540
Not accepting new clients
Hello! I have over a decade of experience treating adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, mood disorders, attachment disorders, PTSD and complex trauma. I believe in a strength-based relational approach that reinforces therapy as a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can explore the underlying roots of their identified challenges and develop positive and effective strategies to cope. I believe that all people are doing the best they can in any given moment with the skills they have and that unconditional positive regard is the foundation of a healing relationship.

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Self-Harming Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in Oxford or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these Oxford therapists provide counseling for self harming in Oxford. They include therapists, who understand self harming in Oxford, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in Oxford or treatment for self harming.