Sometimes it is difficult and scary to make sense of feelings, learning how to manage them, and being able to find healthy ways to cope while creating and fostering self-awareness. Therapy is a safe space and a confidential grounding process that through time, consistency and working together will allow you to identify and develop a healthy voice to express thoughts and feelings. I strive to help clients understand their emotional conflicts, behavioral repetitions, and their inner-self by empathetically assisting them in working through emotional difficulties and life struggles. Feeling empowered in being proactive about our health and understanding the steps towards change is a powerful and vital process to feel seen and heard.
100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA, 02114
Online Sessions, MA
859 Willard Street, Quincy, MA, 02169
Through the Forest Counseling is a full-service psychotherapy practice in the Boston area that offers, individual, couples, and group counseling.
They see teens, adults across the lifespan, including young adults and college students, parents, couples, and families. In addition the English, some of their clinicians are fluent in Spanish and Hatian Creole.
Facing your difficulties and painful life experiences with the help of a compassionate therapist, can allow you to bring forth healing, growth, clarity in yourself and in your life.
Ever since that awful event, do you hate being touched by your partner? Do you feel misunderstood and you’re worried that your partner is starting to resent you? Have you felt distant or disconnected because you can’t get disturbing images out of your head? These are common reactions to awful or overwhelming experiences. The good news is that they can improve with the right support. I help teens and young adults learn the skills needed to turn down the volume on overwhelming emotions and reconnect with their loved ones.
256 Franklin Street, Boston, MA, 02110
303 Wyman Street, Waltham, MA, 02451
Online Sessions, MA
I values a holistic approach, which combines evidence-based practices to client care, including therapeutic communication, patient-centered care and shared decision making to help each individual’s specific need and values to achieve an overall sense of well being through psychoeducation, collaboration and client advocacy. I have specialized interest in children and adolescents, and I treat adults, also.
Imagine the change you want to realize. This is a solution focused approach that keeps the focus on your goals.
In 40 years of broad experience as a psychotherapist, I have had the privilege of treating individuals, couples and families from age 3 to 80 plus, for a great variety of problems.
My professional foundation is cognitive behavioral therapy; that is working with the connection between actions, thoughts and emotions, changing problematic behaviors and thoughts to reduce emotional distress. I integrate body-mind techniques such as relaxation training, breathwork and meditation into traditional psychotherapy. I can help you to develop healthy coping skills to deal with past trauma and current stress.
Although most clients are interested in a brief course of treatment that has immediate results, I also have expertise in helping people manage challenging conditions such as ADHD, bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression through coaching and long-term support.
I am delighted to facilitate the use of your own strengths and inner wisdom to reach your goals.
I offer adult, child/adolescent and family therapy. "I have two doctoral-level degrees, one in clinical psychology and the other in educational psychology, providing both clinical structure as well as a tailored approach to individuals' specific learning styles. I use leading, empirically-validated approaches to treat anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, relationship/communication challenges and post-traumatic stress disorder. I bring my experience in research and clinical practice to each session to identify efficient ways to reduce stress, change behavior and achieve your goals. I have worked nationally and internationally with departments and ministries of health and education and have held faculty positions at Hawaii Pacific University, Yale University School of Medicine and Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. My research publications are in the fields of cultural, educational and clinical psychology.
Since we all enter therapy with individual intentions and motivations, I feel it is important to customize therapy to individuals' specific aspirations. My approach to emotions and behavior change reflects best practices and current advances in developmental, educational and clinical psychology. My purpose is to provide knowledge and skills that improve your ability to manage thoughts, feelings and relationships in order to create less stress and more enjoyment in life.
I hope to provide a safe space each week that allows you a break from the responsibilities and expectations of work, family, and friends to focus on yourself. In a day and age, where we are always accessible and an immediate response is generally expected from us majority of the time, the decision to actively make time to focus on your own needs deserves praise in itself. My hope is that by helping you prioritize yourself for just one hour each week, that the other 167 hours of your week will feel more useful…providing hope that tomorrow will be better than today.
234 Broadway, Cambridge, MA, 02139
10 Federal Street, Salem, MA, 01970
Online Sessions, MA
Kendall Psychological Associates was founded by its director Ethan L. Seidman, Ph.D., who has been in practice for over 15 years, and was previously a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School for 10 years.
With convenient locations in Kendall Square and Salem, MA, Kendall Psychological Associates provides warm, attentive, interactive therapy that aims to help clients deepen their self-understanding, break out of hurtful patterns, and develop new modes of thinking, feeling, and relating to others.
In my work as a therapist, I focus on understanding early experiences and how psychological well-being can be fostered through relationships. I believe change and healing come through relationships: our relationships with ourselves, as well as our relationships with others. I view therapy as a collaborative process that allows both therapist and client to grow and change.
I practice primarily from a relational-dynamic perspective, though I incorporate techniques from cognitive behavioral (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and narrative approaches to tailor treatment to the unique and individual needs of each client.
My clients describe me as an empathetic, active listener who approaches their concerns with caring, respect, pragmatism, and sometimes, humor. I'm honored that you're considering working with me and would be happy to answer any questions you may have.