DBT Skills for Managing Emotions Can Decrease Anxiety Social Worker Jeremy Schwartz had a client named Brenda whose anxiety disrupted her life in many ways. Sometimes she would miss an appointment because she had a panic attack on the train. She would break up with her boyfriend one day, then text him non-stop to next […]
Children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing
- Mood disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Drug and alcohol problems
- Chronic psychiatric conditions
- Cross-cultural issues
Carnegie Mellon University, B.A. Psychology
University of Massachusetts Boston, M.S. Mental Health Counseling
Everyone, at least once in their life, finds themselves struggling with life events that feel insurmountable or with emotions that feel outside of their control. I believe that therapy can help with that and bring out your own resilience and capacity to learn. My guiding principle is to provide an open and accepting environment where people can explore their personal experiences and reinforce their well-being.
I view therapy as a collaborative process and use acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to emphasize mindfulness and awareness of self. Working together, we can identify barriers to success, maladaptive responses and strategies to help you find the change you’re looking for. I enjoy working with a diverse and multicultural population of clientele, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
For more information, please contact me at 857-242-6160 or email@example.com.
DBT Skills Can Detour Emotional Distress and Thoughts of Suicide A young man named Will Lippincott who works in publishing in New York almost gave up and took his own life. He had tried every treatment he could find for depression for 30 years without lasting success. To him, his death seemed inevitable. Lippincott wrote […]
Accepting That a Problem Exists In order to solve a problem, one has to accept that the problem exists. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a treatment program that combines acceptance with change to solve problems in life and to build a life worth living. Developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan, DBT integrates cognitive behavioral techniques to […]
Adults and adolescents
My focus is on evidence-based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and exposure-based interventions (e.g., Prolonged Exposure for PTSD).
I specialize in treating the following problems: Trauma and PTSD, depression, anxiety (e.g., social anxiety, panic), self-harm behaviors, drug and alcohol problems.
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Therapy can help people work through suffering to reach their life goals. Sometimes we get stuck in some important part of life and we are lost about how to move forward. It’s often the case that our tools for dealing with life’s problems and challenges – tools that have worked well in the past – are no longer working. My approach to therapy involves providing new tools to cope effectively.
I specialize in using evidence-based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and exposure-based interventions (e.g., Prolonged Exposure for PTSD). I offer a practical, solution-focused approach to collaboratively work with individuals on attaining their life goals.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with experience treating the following problems:
- Trauma and PTSD
- Depression and loss of motivation
- Anxiety (e.g., social anxiety, panic)
- Drug and alcohol problems
- Eating disorders (e.g., bulimia, binge eating, healthy weight control)
- Relationship and communication difficulties
- General stress or adjustment problems
I received extensive training in evidence-based treatments while completing a pre-doctoral internship at Duke University Medical Center and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Washington. I am currently an Instructor at Harvard Medical School, and the Director of DBT Services at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
For more information, please contact me at 617-738-1480 or firstname.lastname@example.org.