Domestic Abuse therapists in Boston, Massachusetts MA

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Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Allen Shamon, licensed clinical social worker
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Allen Shamon

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LICSW, LCSW
The safety of the survivor is paramount. I prioritize immediate safety concerns and provide crisis intervention as needed. This may involve helping the survivor develop a safety plan, accessing emergency shelter or support services, and connecting with resources such as hotlines or advocacy organizations.  
4 Years Experience
Online in Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Leslie Bowman, Holistic Psychotherapist, counselor/therapist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Leslie Bowman, Holistic Psychotherapist

Counselor/Therapist, MA, LPC, Over 17 years of successful experience
I grew up with abuse and violence, so I know first hand how traumatic and frightening this can be. This takes compassion and care to understanding the entire situation in order to resolve it. No judgments, just empathy. If you are experiencing this, reach out to me for a free consultation to learn more about my Holistic Approach and how we can work together to improve your situation.  
18 Years Experience
In-Person in Boston, MA
Online in Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Chaya Bhuvaneswaran MD, psychiatrist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Chaya Bhuvaneswaran MD

Psychiatrist, MD MPH
Assessment, support for safety, coordination of care, psychotherapy and medication management.  
20 Years Experience
In-Person in Boston, MA 02116
Online in Boston, Massachusetts
Colorado Springs, Colorado therapist: Back In The Saddle Ranch LLC /Creative Solutions Group Trauma Services LLC, counselor/therapist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Back In The Saddle Ranch LLC /Creative Solutions Group Trauma Services LLC

Counselor/Therapist, MA LPC, Certified Equine Assisted Therapist, Art Therapist, CSAT/CPTT
Horses are herd animals that naturally want to form bonds with the creatures around them. It makes them feel safe. Whether we realize it or not, we as humans want to feel safe in the same way. But first, trust has to be won, and it’s a two-way street. The person has to behave in a certain way to make the horse trust them. If they are too nervous or aggressive, the horse will back off. Seeing how one’s own emotions are reflected in the horse is the first lightbulb moment for many people new to horse therapy. Domestic abuse survivors can learn so much more from horses, including how to control fear, how to be more assertive, how to be confident, and how to connect with others. They can even identify areas in their own lives that need work. That’s where a good psychotherapist can play a role in creating the right challenges and drawing the right analogies to help people get the most out of horse therapy. If you’d like to experience the power of horse therapy yourself, please contact The Ranch today for more information.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person Near Boston, MA
Winnipeg, Manitoba therapist: Ms. Gorete Rodrigues, therapist
Domestic Abuse or Violence

Ms. Gorete Rodrigues

Therapist, Certified Counsellor
Having been through it myself, as an advocate and big influence in the community as well as helped many women get through this horrible situation and recover from it with flying colors.  
14 Years Experience
Online in Boston, Massachusetts