1208 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02138
For me, becoming a therapist required a commitment to my own growth and healing. This, I think, is the most important thing to know about me. Through the process you are about to engage in, I found work that engages me and allows me to feel more myself. Whether you struggle with existential angst, relational tension, depression, anxiety or the trials of life transition, I will collaborate with you to figure out the best way through... for YOU. Training in the theory and practice of social work, psychoanalysis and yoga inform my approach with individuals and couples.
As a social worker I believe family, organizational and community systems contribute to and inhibit wellbeing. As a psychodynamic clinician I believe your psyche is complicated. At times we take action based on what we believe is solid reasoning. Later, we may discover hidden motivations.
Finally, as a trained Kripalu Yoga instructor I believe in the value of presence. No matter what stressors exist - external or internal - if we can find our feet, find our breath, often, we can figure out how to move forward. I look forward to hearing from you.
875 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02139
I believe I am a capable general psychiatrist, but with 26 years of specialized practice and academic work in deafness and hearing loss, I feel I have specific things I can offer those patients who need them: an understanding of what it means for one's body to change or to be different from that of others; an appreciation for the layered complexity of experience, from biological (say, anxiety) to cultural (say, a culture's specific expectations for what should and shouldn't make one anxious); an appreciation of child psychiatric conditions that affect adults too—attention deficit, learning disability, autism spectrum; a special awareness of the difficulty of establishing oneself as an independent human being; and, an interest and expertise in unraveling complex diagnostic puzzles and their associated medication choices.
30 Bartlett Avenue, Arlington, MA, 02476
Our image-driven photo-shopping culture has created an epidemic of eating disorders and body image problems that continues to drain our energy and self-esteem, disempowering us in an endless pursuit of slenderness. I have dedicated my career as a clinical psychologist, university teacher and writer on popular media to liberating my clients from self-destructive relationships to food and weight, freeing them to ‘embody’ their authentic selves.
263 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02138
Connecting with the right therapist can be a challenging task. I believe that this partnership is fundamental to successful therapeutic outcomes. Therefore, I'd encourage you to find a therapist who ‘sits well’ with you. May your journey be filled with health and inspiration!
47 Third Street, Cambridge, MA, 02141
Everyone can benefit from having someone to support them as they create a pathway to well-being, knowledge, and understanding in their life and work. You can create a life that is more satisfying through working along side someone who listens to you, encourages, challenges, and guides you as you locate your own authentic voice. You can move toward being who you want to be in the world with integrity and with a greater understanding of your own values and needs. You can do this through your commitment to personal growth, self-reflection, and active participation in changing the ineffective patterns in your life. I offer the space to identify, understand, and accept one's individual values and desires without judgement. I support people to move toward radical acceptance of and responsibility for their own actions and outcomes in life without excuses or self-condemnation. If you are ready to create the life you want by changing just one person (yourself) to make your vision happen, let's talk!
10 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02138
My approach is collaborative and proactive so we can work together to help you accomplish your goals, experience symptom reduction, and become the person you want to be in a warm welcoming space where there is no judgment.
234 Broadway, Cambridge, MA, 02139
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.
9 Remington Street, Cambridge, MA, 02138
I have been in private practice in the Boston/Cambridge area for 30 years working with adults and adolescents, couples and families. I work with clients utilizing a trauma informed lens as well as elements of liberation psychology and relational cultural theory. I feel all clinical work must begin with a thorough understanding of a client's multiple identities and how those identities interact within their communities and the larger culture. My work and my passion are embedded in a deep commitment to social justice.
15 Story Street, Cambridge, MA, 02138
My clients describe me as warm, compassionate, and supportive. I try to incorporate humor wherever we can. My style is a blend of both working to address current challenges as well as the roots of those challenges in order to have the most effective and lasting impact.
If you’re ready to take the first step towards more self-understanding, and more fulfillment in your life, get in touch! It would be my honor to help.
234 Broadway, Cambridge, MA, 02139
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.