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Search Results for Therapists in Boston, Massachusetts

TherapyTribe directory consolidates licensed therapists in one easy-to-search website. Boston residents looking for assistance with personal and emotional struggles can easily search by therapist type, specialty, approach, demographics and more. Finding the right match is critical to your success in therapy. Take the time to review the individual profiles and blogs of each mental health professional that meet your criteria.

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Dr. Aline Penny Zoldbrod, Ph.D. AASECT certified sex therapist, Psychologist

I'm a gifted sex therapist serving the Greater Boston area. I'm the author of 3 commercially published books about sexuality and relationships. My ideas are cited in books about sexuality, male/female relationships, and sexual addiction. AASECT cert. 20 yrs. I'm smart, intuitive, warm, seasoned.

0.61 miles from
02108

12 Rumford Road Lexington, Massachusetts 02111

t: 781 863 `1877

w: SexSmart.com

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Mr. David Scott LaPensee, LICSW,ACSW, Therapist

My mission is to offer high quality mental/behavoiral health services to children, adolescents, adults and seniors in a way that meets their needs for an experienced, ethical, compassionate and knowledgeable therapist who cares about them and about solving the problems they bring to me.

0.68 miles from
02108

729 Boylston St. 4th Floor Boston, Massachusetts 02116

t: (978) 407-3291

f: (508) 222-5449

w: David LaPensee

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Dr Andrea Herber, Psy.D, Therapist

My main goal is to help you target your deepest life issues (relating to self, work, love or meaning of life in general). I work collaboratively and encourage honest open feedback so that your goals are met. I utilize multiple methods: existential, mind-body, cross cultural, cognitive behavioral.

0.68 miles from
02108

20 Park Plaza, Suite # 463 Boston, Massachusetts 02116

t: 6179482610

w: theinsidecompass.com

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Mr. Joe Pereira, LICSW, CAS, Therapist

I believe that for a person to benefit from therapy, it is important for him or her to develop a rapport with me. I am very mindful of creating an effective therapeutic relationship. I try to listen to a person's concerns and then offer the most appropriate intervention.

0.68 miles from
02108

729 Boylston Street Boston, Massachusetts 02116

w: www.outlookassociates.com

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Emma Schmidt, MA, Certified Sex Therapist, Certified Clinical Sexual Addiction Specialist, Therapist

 

0.88 miles from
02108

101 Federal Street, Suite 1900 Boston, Massachusetts 02110

t: 617-286-6067

w: Emma-Schmidt.com

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Dr. Percy Ray Ballard, MD, Psychiatrist

I am a Harvard-trained, board certified psychiatrist who provides a safe and comfortable therapeutic relationship that respects and engage your unique personal qualities. I aim to help you realize your inherent value and potential, and transform your hinderances into sources of strength and wisdom.

1.98 miles from
02108

Fenway Health 1340 Boyston St. Boston, Massachusetts 02215

t: 6179276204

w: Samadhi Integral Life Practice Center

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Glenn Klein, LMHC, Licensed Professional Counselor

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.

3 miles from
02108

233 Harvard Street Office 304 Brookline, Massachusetts 02446

t: 617-794-6223

w: Glenn Klein

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Sharyn Rose, MSW, MEd, ACCH, Therapist

Clients describe me as warm, engaging, and nonthreatening. My style is eclectic and I believe that humor has its place in the therapeutic process! I feel blessed for the opportunity to assist you in challenging old behaviors and reframing healthier narratives in your life.

3.99 miles from
02108

Davis Square Somerville, Massachusetts 02144

t: 617-776-4466

w: www.SharynRoseTherapy.com

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Ms. Sharyn Rose, MSW, MEd, CCH, Hypnotherapist

I have been in private practice for 27 years, working with both individuals and couples. I feel blessed for the opportunity to assist you in achieving your goals. My mantra has become: Heal Your Past, Empower Your Present, and Create Your Future!

3.99 miles from
02108

18 Summit Street Somerville, Massachusetts 02144

t: 617-776-4466

w: srosehypnotherapy.com

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Community Counseling Services

With over 25 years experience as a therapist, and as a graduate of Lesley College specializing in counseling psychology. I have a private practice working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among my areas of expertise are PTSD,Depression,Relationship issues, Grief, ADHD,Anxiety etc.

5.04 miles from
02108

10 Holden St. Suite 8-C Malden, Massachusetts 02148

t: (781)780-3241;(781)691-6356

f: N/A

w: http://www.annemariewamba.com

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Boston residents who are looking for assistance with personal and emotional struggles can rely on TherapyTribe, a website that consolidates licensed therapists in one easy-to-search website. You can even search by specialty. If you or a loved one has a specific health condition, you can perform a basic search with your zip code to find nearby specialists.

If you have never had counseling or therapy services in the past, you may not know what to expect. A therapist is someone to whom you can talk about all of your difficulties, where you can brainstorm solutions and achieve a healthy life balance.

To meet residents' health needs in the Boston area, the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC) prepared and promoted initiatives that would improve the general health. They performed a variety of health studies to determine what areas needed improvement, and some of the top included substance abuse, mental health, and violence.

In order to help improve access and help those in need of mental health resources, the BPHC increased the number of clinics that offer counseling and therapy. If you have health insurance, your benefits may cover these services. As of 2008, more than 95% of adult residents in Boston had health insurance, which is a very promising statistic.

One area that needed help was the rate of adolescent women giving birth, which caused a serious strain on health resources, as well as emotional struggles with teenage mothers who find themselves in difficult situations. In 2012-2013, the birth rate declined, along with disparity in infant mortality rates. In addition, the study data showed that over a 10-year period, the number of high school students (at Boston public schools) who felt depressed or sad decreased.

Other problems in the Boston area, addiction and substance abuse can be overcome with counseling and therapy. Over a one-year period, deaths in Boston related to addiction or substance abuse decreased by an average of 30% among the top ethnic groups that make up the diverse population. Many patients who receive counseling can overcome their addictions through healthy and positive attitude changes, along with management of pain and withdrawal symptoms.

Violence is another common problem in Boston, whether it is gang-related or a product of domestic assaults, and many people don't know where to turn for help. This is also a substantial problem among the teen population, with 10% of high school students reporting some type of bullying, whether online or in person. Nearly half of these students also have had someone close to them be killed, while an alarming 30% said that they would not report a crime to a police officer. This leaves counseling as one of the only resources for struggling teens, and TherapyTribe is more than happy to help.

With such a broad range of issues in the Boston area, there is a necessity for accessibility to counseling and therapy for all residents. Therapy can provide a safe and private outlet for you or your teen to share thoughts and talk about how to resolve issues before they take over and result in more drastic actions. Finding the right therapist is the first step towards positive change and at TherapyTribe, we are here to help you every step of the way.