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Therapists in Massachusetts

Mr. Zachary Rotfus

Boston, Massachusetts

Mr. Zachary Rotfus

MA in Psychology & Social Work, Boston University
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I specialize in mood issues (depression, bipolar), anxiety, and trauma. My approach is client-centered with a focus in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Boston, Massachusetts
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Salem Black

Newton, Massachusetts

Salem Black

MS, Binghamton University and MSW, Catholic University of America
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

This is a place of openness, realistic goal setting, and freedom to discuss the issues most important to you. I typically work with children/adolescents/young adults or parents to reach your goals. You may be struggling with a trauma history, identity development, overwhelming stress or a need for additional coping skills to just get through the day. I like to be straightforward and still compassionate, direct on issues and supportive in solutions. Together we can identify what’s working, what’s not and how we find the balance to support everyday functioning.

Newton, Massachusetts
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Dr. Jay Gorman

Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Jay Gorman

PhD in Clinical Psychology, American University
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

We will begin with making sure this is the right fit for you. I strive to create a safe and accepting environment driven by empathy and understanding, so you feel comfortable sharing challenges you may be experiencing. You can expect for us to work together to set goals and expectations based on your needs and preferences. The therapy sessions are designed to explore your concerns, and to be both flexible and adaptive. We will leverage your strengths and implement effective tools that can improve the quality of your life.

Boston, Massachusetts
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Mark Jimerson

REMOTE ACROSS MASSACHUSETTS

Mark Jimerson

MSW, Springfield College
Years in practice: 25+
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I have extensive experience in helping men with: anger, addiction to pornography, relationship challenges, depression, anxiety,  and trauma recovery. Remote therapy only.

REMOTE ACROSS MASSACHUSETTS
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Timothy Sannes

Boston, Massachusetts

Timothy Sannes

PhD, The University of Florida
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

As a licensed clinical psychologist, I combine evidence-based cognitive-behavioral and acceptance-commitment approaches with mindfulness practices to treat recovery from long-standing patterns of negative emotions and their impact on physical functioning (or vice versa). I also have advanced training in trauma processing, pain management and sleep medicine. Using a holistic mind-body approach, I strive to work together with my clients to practice and instill effective coping strategies to promote emotional and physical health.

Boston, Massachusetts
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John Price

REMOTE ACROSS MASSACHUSETTS

John Price

MSW, Stony Brook University
Years in practice: 17
Offers:  Remote Therapy

John is a licensed clinical social worker in New York and Massachusetts. As a provider of mental health services in a variety of settings over the past seventeen years, John’s depth of experience allows for a unique perspective with a high level of empathy. John’s practice, Turtlehead Wellness, began as an idea on the Appalachian Trail somewhere between Vermont and Maine in between bites of beef jerky, peanut butter, and chicken of the sea. As a mental health professional, runner, hiker, and amateur explorer, John has long recognized the deep connection between mental and physical well-being. Turtlehead Wellness was started to approach mental health with a clinical mindset and a focus on holistic health.

REMOTE ACROSS MASSACHUSETTS
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Dr. Jonathan Green

Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Jonathan Green

PhD in Clinical Psychology, Clark University
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

A native of Massachusetts, Dr. Green is a clinical psychologist dedicated to helping clients realize the change they desire. He offers expertise in trauma-related reactions as well as a variety of other issues clients might have. These include depression, anxiety, substance use, motivation, and assertiveness.

He has also worked with couples since early in his graduate training and continues to enjoy this work immensely. Dr. Green utilizes gold-standard, empirically-supported treatments, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, and Motivational Interviewing.

Boston, Massachusetts
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Will Dempsey

Boston, Massachusetts

Will Dempsey

MSW, Fordham University
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I am a gay man who specializes in work with queer/LGBTQ identified or questioning individuals. I am trained in EMDR, which supports folx who have experienced trauma, as well as CBT and other modalities to support depression, anxiety, stress management and much more. I am happy to work with clients located anywhere in Massachusetts.

Boston, Massachusetts
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Kathryn Jones

Fitchburg, Massachusetts

Kathryn Jones

MS, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Plymouth State University
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

The majority of my clinical experience has been with trauma-informed and mood-disorder-focused counseling. I am licensed in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts (telehealth services only), mainly working as a licensed counselor at New England College. Although I enjoy working with college students, it’s important to me to be able to have services available to all and not just one population.

Fitchburg, Massachusetts
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