Therapists and Psychiatrists in Cambridge, MA
The following therapist and psychiatrists have offices in Cambridge 02139. Some also offer remote video sessions for patients' convenience. They have expertise in areas such as anxiety, depression, LGBTQ topics, gender identity, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, ADHD, addictions, substance abuse, and obsessive compulsive disorder.
Jeanne Choe-Arrieta, PhD
Dr. Jeanne Choe-Arrieta is a psychologist at Kendall Psychological Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She specializes in anxiety, depression, academic challenges, mindfulness, and multicultural issues. She sees young adults (ages 18-24), college students, adults, parents, and couples.
Michael Collins, PsyD
Dr. Michael Collins is a psychologist at Kendall Psychological Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts specializing in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, trauma, insomnia, anxiety, depression, and mindfulness. He also sees individuals for impulse control issues, existential challenges, and panic disorders. Dr. Collins' primary treatment approach is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which incorporates mindfulness and a focus on finding meaning by exploring clients’ values through the lens of self-compassion and acceptance. He also provides Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention, and empirically validated treatments for trauma.
Dina Pasalis, LICSW, MBA
Dina Pasalis is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Cambridge, MA, a five- minute walk from Harvard Square T stop (Red Line).
Dina has expertise in life transitions, social identity issues, anxiety and depression. She works with individuals and couples. In her private practice, she sees teenagers and adults, with a focus on college students and professionals. In addition, Dina is deeply committed to working with clients struggling with the impacts of structural oppression such as racism and sexism.
Amy Mitchell, PsyD
Dr. Amy Mitchell is a psychologist at Kendall Psychological Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts who works with adults, young adults and older adolescents. Her areas of interest include: relationship problems, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, LGBTQ identity issues, grief, and family issues. Dr. Mitchell most often works in a solution-focused manner while drawing from interpersonal therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and emotion-focused work. She also incorporates stress-reduction and mindfulness techniques to provide clients with tools to implement in their everyday lives.
Ethan Seidman, PhD
Dr. Ethan Seidman is the founder and director of Kendall Psychological Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts and as a psychologist he works with a wide range of individuals. His areas of interest include: depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, online addictions, sex/sexuality issues, and blocks to productivity at school and work. Dr. Seidman works from an integrative perspective, incorporating AEDP, mindfulness, and psychodynamic psychotherapy. He is also an EMDR trained therapist.
Robert Kitts, MD
Dr. Robert Kitts is a child and adult psychiatrist who has been working in Boston for the past nine years. He works primarily with children, teenagers, young adults, college students, adults, and parents. Dr. Kitts draws from a number of approaches in order to best meet the needs of his clients, including cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, interpersonal therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and supportive therapy, as well as mindfulness practices.
Spencer Nineberg, LICSW
Spencer Nineberg is a therapist in Cambridge, Massachusetts specializing in trauma, depression, anxiety, identity development, spirituality, and relationship issues. As of May 2017, she is the President of the New England Society for the Treatment of Trauma and Dissociation. Spencer is certified in Internal Family Systems and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), a powerful therapy modality for recovery from trauma.
Brennan Mallonee, LMHC
Brennan Mallonee is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Cambridge, MA. Her office is conveniently located in Harvard Square. Brennan specializes in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and questions related to spirituality. She provides a safe space in which clients can explore their spiritual side, whether that means understanding a faith tradition and how it relates to daily life, or finding meaning and purpose during difficult life transitions. Brennan works with clients to access their inner wisdom and strength while exploring life's deeper meaning. She is passionate about helping clients discover who they are, what they really want out of life, and how to live a life that is full and vibrant.
Ben Herzig, PsyD
Dr. Ben Herzig is a psychologist at Kendall Psychological Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has expertise in depression, anxiety, relationship issues, academic concerns, and men's issues, and offers individual, couple, and family therapy. He also has a special research interest in issues facing American Muslims, and sees many college students from this population.
Jessica Slavin Connelly, LICSW
Jessica Slavin Connelly is a therapist near Davis Square in Cambridge, MA. An alumna of the Post-Graduate Behavioral Health Fellowship at Harvard Medical School and Tufts University, she is dedicated to helping local students and professionals navigate life transitions. Jessica has expertise in anxiety, career satisfaction, stress management, depression, relationship challenges, couples counseling, body image and eating concerns, and family crises. Jessica sees many highly motivated students and professionals in high-stress careers, and provides support around stress and anger management, communication, conflict resolution, and social anxiety. She also works with entrepreneurs, and focuses on building skills to navigate the stresses of pitching, building a team, and managing a business.
Joel Krieg, LICSW
Joel Krieg is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Certified Group Psychotherapist in Cambridge, MA with over 10 years of clinical experience facilitating individual, group, and family therapy. He currently coordinates three interpersonal groups for men, early young adults, and young adults. In addition to group therapy, Joel sees many individuals struggling with transitions in life, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Having hosted groups for students at Boston University’s School of Medicine, he especially enjoys supporting teenagers and college students as they navigate the challenges and opportunities involved in the transitional journey toward adulthood.