She/Her/HersPsychologist, PhD Practice: Brighter Life Therapy Specialties • Insurance & Fees • Locations
Dr. Glick specializes in helping clients struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship, interpersonal, and family difficulties, identity development, and in helping individuals identify and clarify what matters most to them.
She also has a special interest in causes of, and interventions for procrastination.
Common questions Dr. Glick asks, “What makes life meaningful for you?" and "Are you willing to tolerate discomfort in order to live a meaningful life?".
Dr. Glick enjoys helping clients work through these questions to identify what, if anything, they want to change. She then provides the techniques, skills, learning opportunities, and support to help make the changes.
Dr. Glick earned her undergraduate degree from Haverford College and her MA and PhD degrees in Clinical Psychology from Suffolk University. She completed her internship at Tewksbury State Hospital and her postdoctoral training at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates (Clinical) and VA Boston National Center for PTSD (Research). She has also trained at Emerson College Counseling Services, Edith Nourse Rogers VA Memorial Hospital, and the May Institute.
Prior to joining Brighter Life Therapy where she currently works, she worked as a Staff Psychologist at Beacon Therapy Group and the Brookline Center for Community.
Dr. Glick is available to accept new clients for telehealth sessions, and looks forward to connecting with you and helping you build a "Brighter Life"!
Adjustment difficulties & disorders - Support around adapting to new and/or challenging life circumstances; skill-building for improved stress management and reduction of anxiety.
Life coaching - Identifying intentions and implementing strategies to build resilience and work towards one’s personal, health, or career goals
Medical professionals' mental health - Support navigating work-related expectations and stress; addressing issues of burnout, hierarchical pressures, and vicarious trauma
Postpartum depression - Coping with persistent feelings of sadness, exhaustion, and/or being overwhelmed after the birth of a child; developing strategies for more positive thought patterns and behaviors.
Relationship issues - Understanding one’s wants and needs in relationships; exploring patterns of interaction, addressing concerns, and strengthening satisfaction in relationships and dating
Mood disorders - Clinical depression, persistent depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders that cause disturbances in the client's mood, causing mood swings, restless sleep, and/or elevated mood