Quincy, Massachusetts Therapists

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Newton, Massachusetts

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Please see my website, jeffreyfortgang.com.
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I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in work with creative teenagers and young adults (ages 13-35) struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, and addiction. I earned my master’s degree in counseling from Boston University and...
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Massachusetts, Rhode Island

Hi! I'm glad you're here :) I am a trauma trained therapist who works with individuals struggling with trauma-related symptoms such as, flashbacks, trauma memories, intrusive thoughts, nightmares, feelings of shame, guilt, anger or emotional...
Annika Hurwitt
LMHC, Ph.D.
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Massachusetts

I have been a psychotherapist for 35 years. After 10 years of working with many different approaches, and specializing in working with women survivors of trauma, I was introduced to the Three Principles Approach - a unified, principle-based...
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Haverhill, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

I specialize in helping people who have hit rock bottom due to toxic relationships, anxiety and depression. As an expert, experienced therapist and coach, I am highly successful at helping you move forward within a short period of time. Please visit...
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Clinician focusing on trauma and a shift towards self-awareness and acceptance
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Massachusetts

MOBILE THERAPIST- SERVING MOST OF CAPE COD AREA. My goal is to help you to feel better about yourself and your life. While we can't change situations of the past, we can work together to resolve those feelings and issues that continue to effect your...
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Massachusetts

Extensive and personal experience with adoption has allowed for me to possess a clear understanding of the array of issues that can manifest..Use of clinical skills, professionalism, empathy, and humor has emanated in goal-oriented outcomes. Being a...
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North Andover, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

Dr. Diane Roberts Stoler, Ed.D., is a neuropsychologist, board-certified health psychologist, board-certified sports psychologist, trauma therapist, and brain injury survivor. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Diane is a consultant, writer,...
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Massachusetts

Hi-I have been in the mental health field since 2007 and have been licensed since 2009. I work with a variety of issues clients may be experiencing. I am currently working with adult clients at a group practice and also trying to build my virtual...
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Massachusetts

My sole focus is on helping couples improve their relationship. Learning how to communicate more effectively, resolve differences, fight less is often essential to this process. With 36 years of experience, you will learn best practices to insure a...
Christopher Chaisson
LCSW, The Leggett Group
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Framingham, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

If you prefer to email us, please include a phone number where we can reach you, as we cannot email clients back due to HIPAA regulations Christopher Chaisson, LCSW, is a clinical social worker who earned his MSW from Salem State University with a...
Emily Cosin
Psy.D.
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Massachusetts

Life is uncertain and difficult, which can leave you feeling anxious, depressed or overwhelmed. Friends and family often mean well, but don’t know what to say or how to help. If you are having difficulty coping or you are finding that depression,...
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Worcester, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

I am a US Navy veteran who began a career in counseling after a decades long, successful career in business. My extensive life experiences are an integral part of my success as a therapist. I am highly analytical, but at the same time very...
Jessica Foley
LMHC, LPC 172, LPCC 15
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Waltham, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts, California

If you're a woman ready to get to work on making changes in your life, I'm your girl. Sometimes it's really hard for us to ask for help-especially when you're strong & independent . Therapy is a great way to reach out, learn more about yourself, and...
Andrew Aaron
MSW, LICSW
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New Bedford, Massachusetts

Andrew Aaron, LICSW, graduated with a Masters degree in Social Work from Simmons College, Graduate School of Social Work in 1994. For the past 21 years he has helped hundreds of couples and individuals get beyond problems, feel better and love more...
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Massachusetts

As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist (CST) and Couples and Relationship Therapist, Donna helps clients develop and maintain sexual health, relational health, mental health, well-being,...
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Worcester, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

Are you struggling with chronic anxiety, unwanted and intrusive thoughts, phobias, or OCD? Do you feel hopeless and like no one would understand? We are here to help. Clearview OCD Counseling, LLC employs experienced specialists who use the latest...
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Massachusetts

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I specialize in Anxiety, Depression, Substance Use/Abuse, and PTSD. By implementing CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Behavioral Activation and other approaches...
Guan Ellerbe
LMHC, BSW, MS
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Brockton, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

Guan is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) with Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts, and a Bachelor’s in Social Work from...
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Boston, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

It can be difficult navigating the many challenges life throws at you, and it is easy to get stuck in a negative cycle of thinking, feeling and behaving. Together, we will focus on what is right with you and not on what is wrong with you in order to...
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Massachusetts

Hello, My Name Is Mike and I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and I have been helping people in clinical settings since 2012. My expertise is in two areas. The first is helping adults cope with problems that can range from...
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Holden, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

I am a psychologist. I do CBT.
Darwin Gillett
LICSW, MSW
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Newburyport, Massachusetts

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Massachusetts

Are you suffering from limiting fears, depression, grief, anger, stress, anxiety or addictions? If so, I can help. I help clients break free from these and other issues using different mind/body therapies (including hypnosis) to quickly and...

An Overview of Mental Health in Quincy, Massachusetts

According to the 2017 United States Census Bureau, 94,166 people are privileged to call Quincy, Massachusetts home. A short drive from Boston, residents have access to abundant amenities as well as the local arts and culture of the infamous, historical city.

The people of Quincy are generally financially prosperous. The median household income of $64,890 is higher than the national average of $55,322. Although the unemployment rate is commensurate with other areas of the United States, the 10.3% of people in Quincy living at or below the poverty level is lower than the national rate of 15.1%.

Despite all of the benefits Quincy has to offer, no place is immune from the struggles of mental illness or the stressors of life. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in five adults suffer from mild to severe psychological difficulties. This equates to a potential 18,833 people at risk in Quincy based on population numbers alone.

Emotional Support Needs in Quincy

Every area has its own unique personality, strengths and needs. In Quincy, a variety of factors may impact the emotional well-being of its residents.

Quincy boasts a strong education system in which nearly 90% of students graduate high school and 42% obtain a college education. Although the value put on education is a positive indicator, it also may be a source of stress for teens or college-aged students feeling pressure to succeed.

Even though many residents of Quincy make a respectable salary, the cost of living index of 155.5 is significantly higher than the national index of 100. The median house price of $444,200 is more than double that of the national average of $216,200. Concerns about having enough money can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety for those struggling to live within their means.

Massachusetts has a relatively low divorce rate, ranking the third lowest in the United States. However, over the past decade the marriage rate has declined from 6.2 to 5.6 percent while the divorce rate has risen from 2.2 to 2.7 percent. This speaks to the continued need for marriage counseling to support relationships in crisis before reaching the breaking point.

Mental Health Resources in Massachusetts

According to Mental Health America, Massachusetts is the best state to live, in terms of both mental illness and emotional support services. This means that not only does the state have the least prevalence of psychological disorders, it also has the most available therapeutic care providers per capita. There is approximately one therapist per 200 people in the state.

Despite the fact that help is readily available, unfortunately not everyone seeks the support they need. This may be due to a variety of reasons such as the stigma of therapy or not knowing how to access care.

Quincy’s Therapeutic Resources

Fortunately, there are a wide variety of therapists in Quincy, Massachusetts. When choosing someone to provide support, one important aspect to consider is a therapeutic fit. In therapy, this means feeling comfortable and safe with the counselor. You can get a sense of this beforehand by reviewing autobiographical information, reading reviews written by others or by getting in touch directly with the therapist via phone or email prior to an appointment.

It is also imperative to research the qualifications and areas of expertise of potential therapists to ensure a good match for your specific needs. Reputable providers have current licensing information readily available upon request. Most therapists have more than one area of proficiency. In Quincy, local providers offer interventions in the following areas of specialization, and more:

  • Internalizing disorders including stress, anxiety and depression
  • Externalizing behaviors requiring anger management
  • Addiction to alcohol or drugs
  • Grief and loss
  • Help with relationship issues including marriage counseling or parenting support
  • LGBT related issues
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Bipolar Disorder and other mental illnesses
  • Career difficulties