Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
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"Worries, relationship difficulties, sadness and angst are all welcome here. You are tired of feeling irritable. Your feelings about your relationship, your self or your job have begun to dominate your thoughts. Your ability to focus at work may be suffering. When your phone rings, you don't want to answer. You are feeling like you don't know how to get out of your own way. You know you mean well and are capable, but things are not coming together. You promise yourself things will change, you will get a handle on things this time. However, change remains elusive."
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"Worries, relationship difficulties, sadness and angst are all welcome here. You are tired of feeling irritable. Your feelings about your relationship, your self or your job have begun to dominate your thoughts. Your ability to focus at work may be suffering. When your phone rings, you don't want to answer. You are feeling like you don't know how to get out of your own way. You know you mean well and are capable, but things are not coming together. You promise yourself things will change, you will get a handle on things this time. However, change remains elusive."
The Wellness Room, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
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Office is near:
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
"The Wellness Room was established based on the philosophy that most often, our responses to life's challenges are normal and expected. These struggles are difficult and can result in losing one's sense of self, belonging and purpose. The Wellness Room strives to create an environment to explore and understand these emotions and to restore our clients to not only who they were but who they want to become."
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(617) 934-0190
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"The Wellness Room was established based on the philosophy that most often, our responses to life's challenges are normal and expected. These struggles are difficult and can result in losing one's sense of self, belonging and purpose. The Wellness Room strives to create an environment to explore and understand these emotions and to restore our clients to not only who they were but who they want to become."
Ryan C. Stanley, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
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"**My practice is full at this time** Sometimes life can feel overwhelming. You may feel lost, searching for meaning, or struggling with difficult emotions. Therapy is a unique opportunity for self-discovery and can help you to better cope with life's challenges. If you are dealing with a specific hardship in your life, grappling with general feelings of worry and unhappiness, or finding it difficult to genuinely connect with others, the therapy process is a chance to deeply understand these issues and work toward healing longstanding emotional wounds. In short, therapy can lead to lasting positive change in your life."
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(617) 202-2917
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"**My practice is full at this time** Sometimes life can feel overwhelming. You may feel lost, searching for meaning, or struggling with difficult emotions. Therapy is a unique opportunity for self-discovery and can help you to better cope with life's challenges. If you are dealing with a specific hardship in your life, grappling with general feelings of worry and unhappiness, or finding it difficult to genuinely connect with others, the therapy process is a chance to deeply understand these issues and work toward healing longstanding emotional wounds. In short, therapy can lead to lasting positive change in your life."
Susan Benson, Psya.D. LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Psya.D., LICSW, CertPsy
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"The desire for a healthy relationship with oneself and others and having satisfying work or other pursuits of happiness are part of the human condition. Despite the "want" for this, achieving successful outcomes can be elusive. I am eager to work with you in helping to understand the problematic patterns of thinking, feeling, and doing that can keep you from getting what you desire. I practice a psychoanalytic approach and provide a therapeutic presence to explore your unique experience of being you. Together we can work toward a deeper knowledge of yourself which will lead to more emotional freedom and better choices for life satisfaction."
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(978) 548-4634
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"The desire for a healthy relationship with oneself and others and having satisfying work or other pursuits of happiness are part of the human condition. Despite the "want" for this, achieving successful outcomes can be elusive. I am eager to work with you in helping to understand the problematic patterns of thinking, feeling, and doing that can keep you from getting what you desire. I practice a psychoanalytic approach and provide a therapeutic presence to explore your unique experience of being you. Together we can work toward a deeper knowledge of yourself which will lead to more emotional freedom and better choices for life satisfaction."
Katherine S Wenger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, M, Ed
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Although I was trained psycho-dynamically I have found over time that a variety of treatments have become increasingly useful in my work. I want the client to be a part of the treatment choice and plan. I do not want to just provide a service, but to help educate the client in order to help them become more independent in their future treatment needs. I feel; that no two clients fit the same box, as the client comes in and begins to open up about what has lead them to therapy, the treatment I use changes accordingly."
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(978) 248-0832
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"Although I was trained psycho-dynamically I have found over time that a variety of treatments have become increasingly useful in my work. I want the client to be a part of the treatment choice and plan. I do not want to just provide a service, but to help educate the client in order to help them become more independent in their future treatment needs. I feel; that no two clients fit the same box, as the client comes in and begins to open up about what has lead them to therapy, the treatment I use changes accordingly."
Marjan Taleshian,
" 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 all age groups and gender identities from 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."
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(617) 431-2216
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" 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 all age groups and gender identities from 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."
Glenn Klein, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I approach each client with the assumption that you are coming to me with an intention to alleviate discontentment or suffering. I see my job as helping you articulate your reasons for seeking therapy, to understand the source of your issues, and to find strategies that bring relief. My style is interactive, with an emphasis on caring and supportive feedback. I expect the client to establish the agenda for each session, trusting that the client knows best what needs to be addressed in any given session. I emphasize psychoeducation about the role of, and differences between, thoughts, feelings and behaviors."
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(617) 858-6390
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"I approach each client with the assumption that you are coming to me with an intention to alleviate discontentment or suffering. I see my job as helping you articulate your reasons for seeking therapy, to understand the source of your issues, and to find strategies that bring relief. My style is interactive, with an emphasis on caring and supportive feedback. I expect the client to establish the agenda for each session, trusting that the client knows best what needs to be addressed in any given session. I emphasize psychoeducation about the role of, and differences between, thoughts, feelings and behaviors."
Caitlin Van Slooten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Coming to therapy can often be a challenging decision. Knowing how to start or how to find the right therapist is key to meeting your goals. My approach is to create a safe and supportive space for individuals to engage in reflection, learning, growth, healing and empowerment. Whether you are a college student or a more seasoned adult, this process will look different for each person as everyone has had their collection of experiences that have brought them to this point. I use an eclectic, intentional and thoughtful approach tailored to each client."
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(617) 409-2353
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"Coming to therapy can often be a challenging decision. Knowing how to start or how to find the right therapist is key to meeting your goals. My approach is to create a safe and supportive space for individuals to engage in reflection, learning, growth, healing and empowerment. Whether you are a college student or a more seasoned adult, this process will look different for each person as everyone has had their collection of experiences that have brought them to this point. I use an eclectic, intentional and thoughtful approach tailored to each client."
Jonathan German, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"All human beings have within themselves the capacity for living happy, meaningful lives. We are meant to thrive, however it is quite common for distressing life experiences to interfere with our natural way of being. Sometimes obstacles are known to us, but have been resistant to change. Others remain hidden, but what we do notice clearly are psychological and emotional symptoms of distress (depression, fear and anxiety, emotional reactivity, irritability, addictions, etc.). These symptoms can significantly impact our quality of life, and almost always cause problems in relationships."
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(617) 203-2172
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"All human beings have within themselves the capacity for living happy, meaningful lives. We are meant to thrive, however it is quite common for distressing life experiences to interfere with our natural way of being. Sometimes obstacles are known to us, but have been resistant to change. Others remain hidden, but what we do notice clearly are psychological and emotional symptoms of distress (depression, fear and anxiety, emotional reactivity, irritability, addictions, etc.). These symptoms can significantly impact our quality of life, and almost always cause problems in relationships."
Silvia Llosa, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"We all have the capacity to heal and improve our lives. As a bilingual, bicultural, licensed mental health counselor with 20 years of experience, I offer tools to overcome stumbling blocs in a safe, caring environment. Together we can discuss challenges and options to enable you to change self-defeating patterns and make effective and fulfilling choices."
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(617) 446-3206
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"We all have the capacity to heal and improve our lives. As a bilingual, bicultural, licensed mental health counselor with 20 years of experience, I offer tools to overcome stumbling blocs in a safe, caring environment. Together we can discuss challenges and options to enable you to change self-defeating patterns and make effective and fulfilling choices."
Deborah Bluestone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Everyone I see for the first time simply wants to feel better. They are tired of being alone with their burdens and need help with the problems they are facing. Individuals want to be truly known and heard. I am an active and curious listener and I hope to help people to become more curious about themselves. I think of the first visit as a consultation. It is a time to share what you need help with and to see whether further work could be useful. As a therapist with 35 years of experience, I feel grateful to still love my work."
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(617) 738-7779
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"Everyone I see for the first time simply wants to feel better. They are tired of being alone with their burdens and need help with the problems they are facing. Individuals want to be truly known and heard. I am an active and curious listener and I hope to help people to become more curious about themselves. I think of the first visit as a consultation. It is a time to share what you need help with and to see whether further work could be useful. As a therapist with 35 years of experience, I feel grateful to still love my work."
Melissa Morgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I offer 4-6 session CBT programs to fight anxiety around body image, relationships, trauma, social situations, self-esteem, work/school issues, chronic health issues, chronic depression, and trauma (sexual and physical abuse, accidents, natural disasters, wars). Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that treats problems and boosts happiness by modifying dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts. Unlike traditional talk therapy, which probes patterns and root causes of conflict, CBT focuses on solutions, encouraging patients to challenge distorted cognitions and change destructive patterns of behavior."
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(617) 379-2182
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"I offer 4-6 session CBT programs to fight anxiety around body image, relationships, trauma, social situations, self-esteem, work/school issues, chronic health issues, chronic depression, and trauma (sexual and physical abuse, accidents, natural disasters, wars). Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that treats problems and boosts happiness by modifying dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts. Unlike traditional talk therapy, which probes patterns and root causes of conflict, CBT focuses on solutions, encouraging patients to challenge distorted cognitions and change destructive patterns of behavior."
Kristie Adloff, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I have experience working with adolescents, adults and couples. My theraputic approach is active, change-oriented and focuses on personal effectiveness. I attempt to create a nonjudgemental, positive enviornment in which clients are able to explore their difficulties and achieve a more balanced and fulfilling lifestyle."
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(617) 459-4452
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"I have experience working with adolescents, adults and couples. My theraputic approach is active, change-oriented and focuses on personal effectiveness. I attempt to create a nonjudgemental, positive enviornment in which clients are able to explore their difficulties and achieve a more balanced and fulfilling lifestyle."
Jonathan E. Goldberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"There is no way to adequately describe the experience of living with depression and anxiety. For the roughly 13% of Americans who suffer from these conditions, everyday activities, such as going to work, speaking in class - even meeting friends for dinner - can become agonizing challenges accompanied by a host of negative physical and emotional symptoms. Perhaps you've noticed your face burning when you speak in public; have felt like an impostor at work and wait to be "found out;" or maybe you've experienced a surge of panic (racing-heart, trouble breathing, dizziness, nausea) when you least expected it?"
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(857) 574-0964 x301
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"There is no way to adequately describe the experience of living with depression and anxiety. For the roughly 13% of Americans who suffer from these conditions, everyday activities, such as going to work, speaking in class - even meeting friends for dinner - can become agonizing challenges accompanied by a host of negative physical and emotional symptoms. Perhaps you've noticed your face burning when you speak in public; have felt like an impostor at work and wait to be "found out;" or maybe you've experienced a surge of panic (racing-heart, trouble breathing, dizziness, nausea) when you least expected it?"
Jeffrey E Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Psychotherapy can be invaluable in helping people recognize and change painful patterns of behavior. I work to create a space in which clients can face life's internal and external challenges with grace and humor. I offer over 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist working with a very wide range of adults and couples. I have worked in community mental health and hospital settings and am comfortable treating serious mood disorders. My office is conveniently located in Brookline between Allston and Coolidge Corner. Please call me at 617-739-1619 for a free phone consultation."
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(617) 299-7320
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"Psychotherapy can be invaluable in helping people recognize and change painful patterns of behavior. I work to create a space in which clients can face life's internal and external challenges with grace and humor. I offer over 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist working with a very wide range of adults and couples. I have worked in community mental health and hospital settings and am comfortable treating serious mood disorders. My office is conveniently located in Brookline between Allston and Coolidge Corner. Please call me at 617-739-1619 for a free phone consultation."
Howard Yaffe, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
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(617) 553-1357
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Linda Sklar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CertPsy
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Office is near:
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
"I have worked in a variety of settings (mental health clinics, adolescent and family agencies, a college counseling center, private practice) and engaged in many different kinds of clinical training (social work, family therapy, psychoanalysis). These experiences, extensive travel, and my own pursuit of cross cultural interests have raised a number of recurring questions about human motivation. One central question has to do with what helps people overcome repetitive patterns of behavior that interfere with their having fulfilling lives. I work with each client as a unique entity, adjusting my approach to the particular needs of the person."
Tufts
(617) 752-1912
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"I have worked in a variety of settings (mental health clinics, adolescent and family agencies, a college counseling center, private practice) and engaged in many different kinds of clinical training (social work, family therapy, psychoanalysis). These experiences, extensive travel, and my own pursuit of cross cultural interests have raised a number of recurring questions about human motivation. One central question has to do with what helps people overcome repetitive patterns of behavior that interfere with their having fulfilling lives. I work with each client as a unique entity, adjusting my approach to the particular needs of the person."
Maureen Walsh, Counselor
Counselor, MA, PsyaCns, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Worry, Anxiety, Trauma, Depression, Grief, Overwhelming Feelings, Relationship Disasters... these are but a few of the issues that may lead someone to consider a professional who can support and assist you with your core concerns. I specialize in treating the human condition from a holistic perspective, always honoring the uniqueness of each individual and respecting their way of "being" in the world. Our aim together will be to explore and find revelations, resolutions,and solutions. Using a psychoanalytic approach, we will bring to light the driving forces behind the repetitive behaviors that tend to keep us attached to repeated outcomes."
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(617) 396-7614
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"Worry, Anxiety, Trauma, Depression, Grief, Overwhelming Feelings, Relationship Disasters... these are but a few of the issues that may lead someone to consider a professional who can support and assist you with your core concerns. I specialize in treating the human condition from a holistic perspective, always honoring the uniqueness of each individual and respecting their way of "being" in the world. Our aim together will be to explore and find revelations, resolutions,and solutions. Using a psychoanalytic approach, we will bring to light the driving forces behind the repetitive behaviors that tend to keep us attached to repeated outcomes."
Jonathan Jenkins, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Let's think about our thinking. Curiosity and bravery are important aspects of any learning experience and these traits are equally important in psychotherapy. As a psychologist, I encourage my clients to be both brave and curious as we respectfully examine and process poignant thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Through this thoughtful process, the client is able to grow and gain self-confidence and improved internal emotional regulation. My goal or agenda for psychotherapy is not mine but yours, and I look forward to collaborating with you and bearing witness to your growth."
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(617) 431-4084
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"Let's think about our thinking. Curiosity and bravery are important aspects of any learning experience and these traits are equally important in psychotherapy. As a psychologist, I encourage my clients to be both brave and curious as we respectfully examine and process poignant thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Through this thoughtful process, the client is able to grow and gain self-confidence and improved internal emotional regulation. My goal or agenda for psychotherapy is not mine but yours, and I look forward to collaborating with you and bearing witness to your growth."
Will Halpin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MPH
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
Office is near:
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
"This website is overwhelming! With just a picture and common themes like "compassionate," "interactive," and "experienced," how can one sift through the masses of us therapists to find the right match? Why might I be a good fit for you? Well, I see my role as empowering you with new techniques and skills to help improve your current circumstances, as well as building awareness and healing from your sources of trauma, loss, and disconnection. But, the best place to start is a free phone consultation with me to see if your particular issue(s) and my personality might click."
Tufts
(617) 934-5149
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"This website is overwhelming! With just a picture and common themes like "compassionate," "interactive," and "experienced," how can one sift through the masses of us therapists to find the right match? Why might I be a good fit for you? Well, I see my role as empowering you with new techniques and skills to help improve your current circumstances, as well as building awareness and healing from your sources of trauma, loss, and disconnection. But, the best place to start is a free phone consultation with me to see if your particular issue(s) and my personality might click."

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