Therapists in Taunton, MA and Nearby Locations

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

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Kevin Stewart
Psy.D., LADC-1
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

For over 30 years I have specialized in treating individuals and families who are experiencing underlying anxiety, depression, grief/loss, stress and difficulties with anger/rage. I am also highly skilled with treating individuals and families who...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
Jessica Foley
LMHC, LPC 172, LPCC 15
In-Person Sessions:

Waltham, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
In-Person Sessions:

Holden, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

I am a psychologist. I do CBT.
Angela Snelling
LMHC, LPC 172, LPCC 15
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts, Connecticut

I believe that the core of successful psychotherapy lies in creating a safe place for you to talk about things that are truly important in your life. I am currently an online psychotherapist with over 20 years of clinical experience. I draw from...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

As a psychotherapist and consultant I bring a depth of expertise to my work that has been sharpened by more than 35 years of clinical experience. The cornerstone of my work is to help you to become both fully present and engaged in every dimension...
Emily Cosin
Psy.D.
Teletherapy for Clients In:

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,...
Sam Healy
LICSW
In-Person Sessions:

Melrose, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

I’ve been working with individuals, couples, youth and families for 30 years and believe each person has unique strengths and talents to contribute and connect with.
In-Person Sessions:

Plymouth, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

Shannon Burrington ACC, E.L.I Master Practitioner, EFT Practitioner, and Reiki Master As a trained coach and energy worker, I support people as they discover their own inner voice of reason- their own loving higher coach that is free from old,...
In-Person Sessions:

Wakefield, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

No matter what our life's story is, we can heal. My approach is holistic, integrative, and non-judgmental. In my work, I focus on the integration of the mind-body-spirit which allows us to visit every component that makes you who you are. This...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

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
In-Person Sessions:

Brockton, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
Anna Magliozzi
LICSW, MSW
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

I am a licensed clinical social worker practicing psychotherapy remotely via video sessions with clients located anywhere in Massachusetts. I have had the privilege of working with a diverse population of individuals experiencing a broad range of...
Alexis Silver
LICSW, MSW
In-Person Sessions:

Worcester, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

I work with clients seeking clarity on why they feel the way they do, relief from intrusive and negative thoughts, depression, anxiety, work issues, trauma, crisis, career choices, adoption , caregiving, acculturation and changing patterns of...
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Worcester, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
Christopher Chaisson
LCSW, The Leggett Group
In-Person Sessions:

Framingham, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
In-Person Sessions:

Boston, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
In-Person Sessions:

Newton, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

Please see my website, jeffreyfortgang.com.
Elizabeth Gomes
LMHC, LICSW
In-Person Sessions:

Fall River, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

Hello. My name is Elizabeth (Beth) Gomes. I have always been health conscious but since high school have gone through stages where I've struggled to stick to healthy habits. This was especially true after my second child was born with medical...
In-Person Sessions:

Boston, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over fifteen years of working with individuals, groups, and families, Erin believes that healing can come through the development of mindfulness, in the empowering of ourselves through self-awareness, the...
Andrew Aaron
MSW, LICSW
In-Person Sessions:

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...
In-Person Sessions:

Boston, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

I’m an LMHC with over 25 years experience, and a wealth of life experience. I have a private practice in eastern Massachusetts, and have worked with people in mental health centers, schools, colleges, hospitals, and nursing homes. I’m trained in...
Perrie Mo
LICSW
In-Person Sessions:

Quincy, Massachusetts

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Massachusetts

Whether you are dealing with emotional pain, navigating a challenging relationship, living with a terminal illness, or grieving for a loved one, I am here to help you identify your strengths and to support you along your healing journey. I deeply...

Mental Health in Taunton, Massachusetts

Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts is one of the original Plymouth Colony settlements. Elizabeth Poole, a Puritan woman from England, established the town in 1637. Her name is famous in history as the first woman to found an American town. Today, Taunton is technically a suburb of Boston, yet it retains a unique, wild beauty seldom found near large metropolitan areas.

The 40-mile Taunton River gracefully curves through the city. The undeveloped river is photogenic. Does and fawns wander among shady maple trees that burst into spectacular firestorms of color in autumn. The river is home to otters, seals, and mink. The unspoiled natural habitat draws bald eagles, loons, and herons, including over 150 species of marsh nesting and grassland birds. Fishing, kayaking, hiking, and camping are some of the activities enjoyed by Taunton residents and tourists.

Meeting Needs of Aging Taunton Residents

Taunton is proactive in helping its aging citizens. The Department of Human Services and Council on Aging recognizes the emotional, mental, and physical changes in later life that can bring peaceful retirement or aching loneliness for those who live alone. The Elder Outreach Program and Community Counseling of Bristol County are services to alleviate the burdens on elders, helping them cope with stressful demands on their diminishing physical and mental health.

Massachusetts Mental Health at a Glance

Massachusetts has been making improvements to behavioral health care systems. The state has been a change leader; however, like many states across the nation, Massachusetts and its cities are intent on improving access to providers and resources.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services of the United States report behavioral health issues at risk for American states. Topics of interest include the rate of access for youth and adults to age-appropriate substance abuse treatment and mental health treatment.

First indications of a serious mental health issue can include perceptual problems (senses such as touch, taste, sight or hearing do not correspond to actual environment input). For example, a person may see a mythical creature and hear it speaking; these issues are prevalent in psychosis. Other preludes to psychosis are a person’s belief in non-real ideas or objects, even in the face of proof that the belief is false.

Treatments exist for serious mental health illnesses. They are time-sensitive. Treatment is most effective when a medical professional such as a family doctor notices signs of mental illness onset. If severe mental health deficits have existed for long periods, treatment gains can take longer; nevertheless, improvement is still possible. It is never too late to hope; the key is seeking mental health treatment.

Barriers to Mental Health Treatment Access

Mental health programs and services are important; however, they cannot perform their intended functions when those needing treatment cannot get help. Individuals might not receive behavioral health care services for the following reasons:

  • lack of insurance coverage,
  • poor availability of service
  • unreasonable wait times for appointments,
  • lack of adequate transportation to and from care providers
  • inadequate capacity of area providers to accept new patients
  • lack of insurance to afford the cost of services
  • difficulties in measurement and reporting to identify service gaps
  • lack of treatment offered in a client’s native language
  • prevalence of substance abuse and resistance to therapy
  • the low number of mental health community facilities
  • lack of psychiatric providers to prescribe needed medication
  • appropriate services unavailable for children and teens
  • long-term psychiatric hospital care for those with severe mental issues
  • difficulty in locating desired services such as family counseling
  • unrealistic hours of operation for out-patient treatment
  • inability to identify early-onset mental illness

Access to Behavioral Health Care is Complex

Almost half of adults with a mental health condition were not able to get care. The number of youth with major depression and no treatment approached 60%.

Comorbid behavioral health conditions—meaning a patient who suffers from two or more simultaneous mental health conditions, such as both depression and anxiety–exist in a large percentage of Massachusetts care hospitals. A third complication is that people suffering from comorbid conditions may also have substance abuse addictions.