Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CGP
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"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."
Tufts
(617) 682-9046 x1
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Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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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."
Barbara J Doyle, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"Every client's healing path is different. We work together to find what works for you. Listening, empathy and non-judgemental acceptance are characteristics of my clinical approach. I believe that therapy is an interactive process and I promote a safe, supportive environment where individuals can become aware of new ways to manage difficult challenges, situations and emotions. My commitment is to help individuals grow, make changes that are important to them and expand their opportunities so they can move forward in their lives reaching their full potential and optimal health."
Tufts
(617) 390-8012
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"Every client's healing path is different. We work together to find what works for you. Listening, empathy and non-judgemental acceptance are characteristics of my clinical approach. I believe that therapy is an interactive process and I promote a safe, supportive environment where individuals can become aware of new ways to manage difficult challenges, situations and emotions. My commitment is to help individuals grow, make changes that are important to them and expand their opportunities so they can move forward in their lives reaching their full potential and optimal health."
Dal Hucknall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CNC
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"Integrative, holistic mental health and wellness services. Utilizing a variety of modalities, including psychotherapy, hypnosis, nutritional support, including structured cleansing programs, as well as PEMF, or pulsed electromagnetic field therapy."
Tufts
(781) 285-7026
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"Integrative, holistic mental health and wellness services. Utilizing a variety of modalities, including psychotherapy, hypnosis, nutritional support, including structured cleansing programs, as well as PEMF, or pulsed electromagnetic field therapy."
Robin Ohringer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals."
Tufts
(617) 648-9440
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"In more than thirty years of practice, I have worked with a wide variety of patients to help them better understand themselves and their behavior, and to help them develop new ways of coping,and better methods of dealing with stress. If you come to me for psychotherapy, we will figure out together how your past experiences have led you to form coping strategies which may now be interfering with your reaching current life goals."
Janice Perates, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"I will work with you in the present to become aware of attitudes and behaviors that are self defeating leading you to feel distressed in some way or another in your life, whether it’s depression, anxiety, relationship issues, an eating disorder, addictions or some other life problem. When necessary we look at the circumstances in your childhood and past that lead you to create some of these attitudes and behaviors. After clearing these out, we will use your creativity and strength to create new attitudes and behaviors that are more satisfying and enlivening helping create the life you desire."
Tufts
(617) 296-0737
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"I will work with you in the present to become aware of attitudes and behaviors that are self defeating leading you to feel distressed in some way or another in your life, whether it’s depression, anxiety, relationship issues, an eating disorder, addictions or some other life problem. When necessary we look at the circumstances in your childhood and past that lead you to create some of these attitudes and behaviors. After clearing these out, we will use your creativity and strength to create new attitudes and behaviors that are more satisfying and enlivening helping create the life you desire."
Aleksandra Pezel, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"In my practice, I often meet with adults, children, families, and couples who struggle with their feelings, partner or family relationships, finding their place in the society, or just feeling too overwhelmed to deal with everyday life. Inability to cope with these kind of issues over a period of time often results in depression, anxiety or another mental disorder that disrupts healthy lives. "
Tufts
(617) 284-6108
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"In my practice, I often meet with adults, children, families, and couples who struggle with their feelings, partner or family relationships, finding their place in the society, or just feeling too overwhelmed to deal with everyday life. Inability to cope with these kind of issues over a period of time often results in depression, anxiety or another mental disorder that disrupts healthy lives. "
Pam Minichiello, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"I've been helping individuals and families work through a variety of issues, such as anxiety, depression, life transitions, and relationship difficulties. My therapeutic style is active, rather than passive and I use several approaches and tools, including cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-informed therapy, mindfulness, mind-body interventions, internal family systems, attachment-focused family work, EMDR, and DBT coping skills building. Most meaningful to me is being able to help my clients improve self-knowing, find underlying strengths, and create desired change and balance in their lives."
Tufts
(781) 674-1189
Verified
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"I've been helping individuals and families work through a variety of issues, such as anxiety, depression, life transitions, and relationship difficulties. My therapeutic style is active, rather than passive and I use several approaches and tools, including cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-informed therapy, mindfulness, mind-body interventions, internal family systems, attachment-focused family work, EMDR, and DBT coping skills building. Most meaningful to me is being able to help my clients improve self-knowing, find underlying strengths, and create desired change and balance in their lives."
Margrit Romang, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"Integrating Mindfulness and Meditation with different psychotherapeutic approaches has been helpful for my clients. My previous training includes treatment of family of origin issues, trauma, ADHD, depression, and anxiety, drawing from a variety of disciplines, including psychodynamic, attachment theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy. I have recently completed Level 1 Training in IFS and am integrating this modality successfully into my approach to helping clients heal. Empowering people to participate actively in their own healing process through self exploration as well as gaining insight into how different aspects or parts within them affect their daily living and relationships."
Tufts
(781) 218-7590
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"Integrating Mindfulness and Meditation with different psychotherapeutic approaches has been helpful for my clients. My previous training includes treatment of family of origin issues, trauma, ADHD, depression, and anxiety, drawing from a variety of disciplines, including psychodynamic, attachment theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy. I have recently completed Level 1 Training in IFS and am integrating this modality successfully into my approach to helping clients heal. Empowering people to participate actively in their own healing process through self exploration as well as gaining insight into how different aspects or parts within them affect their daily living and relationships."
Andrea Pelosi Winslow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
"Clients walk in my door because they want something to change. They want to worry less, drink less, be more motivated, have closer connections... They may have attempted various remedies for these issues, but, somehow, nothing has improved. Often clients say they feel stuck, in a rut, or that they just don't feel like themselves. In my initial meeting with a client I am often moved to acknowledge the wisdom it took to seek outside help. My social work background has ingrained in me a strength-based model where I am always scanning for moments of courage: the courage it takes to speak the truth or show vulnerability or take a risk."
Tufts
(781) 859-0431
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
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"Clients walk in my door because they want something to change. They want to worry less, drink less, be more motivated, have closer connections... They may have attempted various remedies for these issues, but, somehow, nothing has improved. Often clients say they feel stuck, in a rut, or that they just don't feel like themselves. In my initial meeting with a client I am often moved to acknowledge the wisdom it took to seek outside help. My social work background has ingrained in me a strength-based model where I am always scanning for moments of courage: the courage it takes to speak the truth or show vulnerability or take a risk."
Stephanie Scovil, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADCI
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
"When you've been hurt deeply by the people who are supposed to care for you, it can leave you feeling lost and unsure who to trust that can help. It can also leave you with self-doubt, a lot of pain, and spiraling towards anything that will help you numb it all away. But right now you're at a turning point. You want more. You want to heal, to understand yourself more fully, and to be proud of the direction you're heading in. This is a hard, but good place to be in. "
Tufts
(781) 859-0448 x1
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
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"When you've been hurt deeply by the people who are supposed to care for you, it can leave you feeling lost and unsure who to trust that can help. It can also leave you with self-doubt, a lot of pain, and spiraling towards anything that will help you numb it all away. But right now you're at a turning point. You want more. You want to heal, to understand yourself more fully, and to be proud of the direction you're heading in. This is a hard, but good place to be in. "
Joe DeAngelis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CGP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"Are you as happy as you'd like to be? I can help you understand and address the root causes of what's blocking you from accomplishing what you want in life. Whether it's help with a recent 'life transition' situation, or you're dealing with longer-standing issues of depression, anxiety or difficulties in relationships, I'm confident I can help."
Tufts
(781) 862-6404
Verified
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"Are you as happy as you'd like to be? I can help you understand and address the root causes of what's blocking you from accomplishing what you want in life. Whether it's help with a recent 'life transition' situation, or you're dealing with longer-standing issues of depression, anxiety or difficulties in relationships, I'm confident I can help."
Simona Grabel, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"I see adults of all ages who are experiencing problems related to anxiety, depression and life changes. In addition, we may discuss relationship issues, parenting and vocational concerns. When you think about choosing a therapist, you should consider the experience and orientation of the counselor. I have worked with men and women in individual psychotherapy for over twenty years, with the aim of seeking long lasting solutions for problems at different stages of life. My style involves forming a partnership with you."
Tufts
(781) 803-7962
Verified
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"I see adults of all ages who are experiencing problems related to anxiety, depression and life changes. In addition, we may discuss relationship issues, parenting and vocational concerns. When you think about choosing a therapist, you should consider the experience and orientation of the counselor. I have worked with men and women in individual psychotherapy for over twenty years, with the aim of seeking long lasting solutions for problems at different stages of life. My style involves forming a partnership with you."
Annie Olinick, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02174
"*NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING CLIENTS** My approach is based on respect, empathy, sensitivity and honesty. I believe in the integration of the mind and body in order to create change, growth and healing. I value your awareness, knowledge and self-insight as an integral part of our work together. I use a dynamic approach to therapy and include CBT, mindfulness and psychodrama. I work with clients across a wide range of ages, backgrounds and presenting issues, including depression, anxiety, jealousy, anger, panic, phobias, trauma, relationship/family conflicts, sexuality/sexual identity and parenting challenges."
Tufts
(857) 997-9029
Verified
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02174
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Tufts
"*NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING CLIENTS** My approach is based on respect, empathy, sensitivity and honesty. I believe in the integration of the mind and body in order to create change, growth and healing. I value your awareness, knowledge and self-insight as an integral part of our work together. I use a dynamic approach to therapy and include CBT, mindfulness and psychodrama. I work with clients across a wide range of ages, backgrounds and presenting issues, including depression, anxiety, jealousy, anger, panic, phobias, trauma, relationship/family conflicts, sexuality/sexual identity and parenting challenges."
Nora Otero, Counselor
Counselor, MEd, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"Often times people face challenges that prevent them from having fulfilled lives. Old coping skills appear failing and emotional distress disrupts balance. Entering therapy at a time of vulnerability can be difficult, but it can also bring healing and growth. I think that progress and change happen when collaboration, safety, trust, and empathy are present in therapy; these principles guide my work and support any treatment approaches may be appropriate to take."
Tufts
(781) 348-6093
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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Tufts
"Often times people face challenges that prevent them from having fulfilled lives. Old coping skills appear failing and emotional distress disrupts balance. Entering therapy at a time of vulnerability can be difficult, but it can also bring healing and growth. I think that progress and change happen when collaboration, safety, trust, and empathy are present in therapy; these principles guide my work and support any treatment approaches may be appropriate to take."
Vicky Brandt, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
"My approach to therapy centers on the importance of relationships, both with others and with yourself. It is important to me to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for my clients. I try to help my clients understand patterns in their lives and bring more awareness to their emotional and physical responses. I have a special interest in working with people struggling with complex trauma and pregnancy/postpartum/parenting issues. "
Tufts
(617) 454-4287
Verified
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
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"My approach to therapy centers on the importance of relationships, both with others and with yourself. It is important to me to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for my clients. I try to help my clients understand patterns in their lives and bring more awareness to their emotional and physical responses. I have a special interest in working with people struggling with complex trauma and pregnancy/postpartum/parenting issues. "
Fredda McDonnell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"I have 30+ years of experience working as a therapist with a variety of clients, from people going through life stage readjustments to people who have severe psychiatric Illness. My warm, empathic, interactive style complements my clinical expertise."
Tufts
(617) 446-3253
Verified
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"I have 30+ years of experience working as a therapist with a variety of clients, from people going through life stage readjustments to people who have severe psychiatric Illness. My warm, empathic, interactive style complements my clinical expertise."
NCYF-Therapy and Medication Management,
LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"NCYF offers a wide range of clinical options to children and families. All of our clinical services are informed by evidence-based practices and services are delivered in a way that focuses on compassion and a respect for an individual's past trauma."
Tufts
(413) 624-7070
Verified
Office is near:
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"NCYF offers a wide range of clinical options to children and families. All of our clinical services are informed by evidence-based practices and services are delivered in a way that focuses on compassion and a respect for an individual's past trauma."
David W Harder, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"The first fundamental task in therapy or counseling is for the therapist to understand how you, the client, experiences the trouble that prompts help-seeking. That understanding forms the basis of planning the best therapeutic approach, whether it's cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, relational, family/couples or an appropriate combination of these. My treatments are informed by over 40 years of clinical experience with all kinds of clients and over 33 years of work in, and knowledge of, clinically relevant research. My own research has focused upon life events stresses, self-esteem, shame and guilt, and spiritual experiences."
Tufts
(339) 227-2627
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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Tufts
"The first fundamental task in therapy or counseling is for the therapist to understand how you, the client, experiences the trouble that prompts help-seeking. That understanding forms the basis of planning the best therapeutic approach, whether it's cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, relational, family/couples or an appropriate combination of these. My treatments are informed by over 40 years of clinical experience with all kinds of clients and over 33 years of work in, and knowledge of, clinically relevant research. My own research has focused upon life events stresses, self-esteem, shame and guilt, and spiritual experiences."
Lisa Langner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
"I believe that we all have the potential within ourselves to build a satisfying life, with physical and emotional health, fulfilling pursuits and loving relationships. There are many factors that can negatively affect our ability to do this, including developmental/biological factors, trauma, addictions, and life stressors. I help people who feel stuck in negative patterns and emotional pain to find their inner strengths and wisdom - the life force we all possess - and to guide and support them in achieving their goals. People find me warm, engaging, knowledgable, compassionate, playful, and dedicated."
Tufts
(781) 691-5393
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474
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"I believe that we all have the potential within ourselves to build a satisfying life, with physical and emotional health, fulfilling pursuits and loving relationships. There are many factors that can negatively affect our ability to do this, including developmental/biological factors, trauma, addictions, and life stressors. I help people who feel stuck in negative patterns and emotional pain to find their inner strengths and wisdom - the life force we all possess - and to guide and support them in achieving their goals. People find me warm, engaging, knowledgable, compassionate, playful, and dedicated."
Joe Pereira, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CAS
Verified by Psychology Today
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
"I am an clinical social worker and psychotherapist with almost 30 years of experience. My areas of interest include working with individuals who may have anger control problems. I also have expertise in chemical addictions and treating depression and anxiety. I believe for the treatment to be effective, the person needs to feel that the relationship with me is comfortable and safe. You can find out more about my background and the services I offer through my website at www.outlookassociates.com."
Tufts
(781) 214-7243
Verified
Arlington, Massachusetts 02476
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"I am an clinical social worker and psychotherapist with almost 30 years of experience. My areas of interest include working with individuals who may have anger control problems. I also have expertise in chemical addictions and treating depression and anxiety. I believe for the treatment to be effective, the person needs to feel that the relationship with me is comfortable and safe. You can find out more about my background and the services I offer through my website at www.outlookassociates.com."

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