Find Therapists, Counselors and Psychologists in Quincy, Massachusetts

Find a therapist in Quincy, Massachusetts that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Quincy to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

Dr. Dianne Doyle

Dr. Dianne Doyle, Ph.D.

Hi! I am a licensed psychologist, certified Master Addiction Counselor, and author. I have 20-plus years of experience working in private and public agencies, including hospitals, rehabilitation programs, and halfway houses. I have helped many people with a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, substance abuse and other addictive behaviors, relationship issues, parenting problems, and career challenges. I have also taught counseling courses and provided clinical supervision at a college level and I Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 20 years

Rebecca Thompson

Rebecca Thompson, LICSW

Life can be hard. Work can be hard. Relationships can be hard. You don't have to handle all of it on your own. Getting help means you are strong; it means you are courageous; it means you are smart. I would like to help you. I want to help you remember how to care for yourself; help you learn new skills about communication and being in relationships; help you feel better. I view my clients as Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 15 years

Dr. Christopher Blake

Dr. Christopher Blake, LICSW, PhD

I am a LICSW who has both a private practice and works in a counseling center in Massachusetts. I have been a counselor for over 18 years. In that time, I've gotten really quite good at helping with depression, anxiety, the struggles of living with ADHD (both as a parent and as an adult with ADHD), the extremes and felt helplessness of OCD, bi polar conditions, and addiction, and and the turbulent feelings of Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 18 years

Linda Lufkin

Linda Lufkin, CAGS, LMHC

I am an independently licensed mental health counselor in Massachusetts, with 14 years of experience providing mental health services, the past four years as a psychotherapist working with individuals of all ages. I am a nationally certified Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (TF-CBT) with training in DBT, EMDR and other evidenced based modalities. I have helped people struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, mood disturbances, family and other relationship conflicts, confusion around careers Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 4 years

Andrew Wurth

Andrew Wurth, LMHC, LICSW

I have over twenty years of clinical experience working with client's experiencing intimate relationship difficulties, addiction, difficulty managing anger, coping with grief and loss, mental health challenges like Bipolar Disorder, Depression, and PTSD.. I also have almost eight years of working with veterans attempting to adjust to civilian life after separation from the military, young people finding healthy ways to make the transition to early adulthood. My work with client's is driven by the Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 25 years

Deborah Jean

Deborah Jean, LMHC, CADC-II

I am a licensed mental health counselor; I work with adults, focusing on a wide range of presenting problems including mental health issues, addictions, anxiety, depression, trauma, abuse and relationship issues. I strive to provide a safe and trusting environment for all my clients. When providing therapy, I work with each client to determine goals and to create a customized treatment plan to meet the specific needs of the individual. I use both cognitive behavioral Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 15 years

Jill Ortolano

Jill Ortolano, MS, LMHC

Hi I'm Jill, a Mental Health Counselor licensed in Massachusetts with 13 years experience. For 6 years I met with clients and did initial evaluations in a bustling city clinic; I had the opportunity to work with different populations of people to address and treat a full range of mental health concerns like depression, anxiety, relationship issues, life transitions, sexual problems, social phobias, communication issues, and self-esteem. I also helped many people who experienced Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 15 years

Annalicia DiLollo

Annalicia DiLollo, MS, LMHC, LPC

I received my degree as a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, located in Crystal City, VA, right outside of Washington, DC. I have extensive experience working with people of all ages, but my focus areas are adults suffering current symptoms of anxiety, depression, or struggling in their relationships due to past abandonment, trauma, addiction, or dysfunctional patterns. My treatment is from a clinical psychology perspective, and Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 5 years

Gina Mango

Gina Mango, MSW, LCSW, LICSW

As a clinical social worker specializing in mental health treatment, my goal is to help you to reach yours. That may mean reducing symptoms of anxiety or depression, processing and resolving negative experiences or trauma, managing stress and improving relationships, or having the time and place to consider the future and how to get there. Whatever it is that has brought you to here, please know that your values, experiences and priorities will be respected Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 10 years



Maria Duggan, MSW, LICSW (MA) Education 1988 MSW, Simmons College School of Social Work, Boston, MA 1986 BS, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA I have thirty years of clinical experience with individuals, families and have held a variety of positions as clinical social worker in a variety of settings. These settings include inpatient hospitals, community mental health agencies, partial hospital/intensive outpatient group programs, home health, and school settings. Diagnostic groups I've worked with include dual diagnosis, Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 30 years

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:

E-counseling understands that it can be stressful and time-consuming to find a therapist that is right for you or your loved one. The online directory helps you quickly and conveniently access information on local support providers including specialties, credentials, years of experience and languages spoken. Read through the profiles and online reviews in the directory to get a sense of each professional’s personality and methodology, then use this information to take the next step in getting the help you need.