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Expressive Arts Psychiatrists in Massachusetts (MA)

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Adriana Neagoe, Psychiatrist  in Framingham
“Dr. Adriana Neagoe completed the Psychiatry Residency at Boston University and the Fellowship in Psychosomatics at Harvard-affiliated Cambridge Hospital, earning both Board Certifications in General Psychiatry and Consultation-Liaison. In addition to these achievements she pursued with Advanced Psychopharmacology and passed a rigorous examination. Initially she had left Romania and her ENT career to pursue her old passion for psychoanalysis in Lausanne-Switzerland, a domain that was prohibited in the former communist Romania. Before moving to USA, she had worked and studied in this field in Switzerland. She continued it with a psychotherapy fellowship at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society.
(508) 443-6076
Framingham, Massachusetts 01701
“When you feel stuck in an emotional or behavioral rut and find your usual coping skills are no longer enough, this is a good time to seek help. I enjoy helping individuals and couples who want to get unstuck to discover new paths toward growth and fulfillment. I am a Harvard-trained, board-certified psychiatrist with over 15 years experience specializing in psychotherapy. In my view, the therapeutic relationship is the main vehicle for psychological healing and change. I pay close attention to creating a safe and effective collaboration with you. I try to tailor an approach that suits you.
(617) 874-1957
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
Lauren Collier, Psychiatric Nurse  in Brockton
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Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, PMHNP
“As a psychiatric nurse practitioner, my goal is to provide client-centered and holistic mental health care to adults and adolescents ages 13 and up. In a small private practice setting, I perform psychiatric evaluations, diagnostic assessments, psychotherapy, prescribing and medication management.
(508) 718-2545
Brockton, Massachusetts 02302
Paul E Lynch, Psychiatrist  in Boston
“I work in a variety of ways in talk therapy to help you get what you want out of therapy. Most often that involves getting relief from painful emotional symptoms, improving personal relationships, becoming more productive in work, and being freed to take more pleasure from life. Therapy can also help you to gain greater control over your life, or change lifelong ways of coping that just aren't working as well as you'd like.
(617) 446-3003
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
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Psychiatric Nurse, RN, CNS, NP
“I'm a psychiatric nurse practitioner with 16 years of experience in nursing who believes in treating the whole person. As a practitioner at Mind Well, I work from multiple perspectives combining my medical training with additional therapeutic tools. When I meet with you initially, we will work together to stabilize your symptoms, which will allow you to build a foundation for a more enriched life. At Mind Well, we are a group of compassionate professionals dedicated to helping you feel good, because feeling good matters!
(508) 342-8318
Norwell, Massachusetts 02061
Jo Ann's Caring Enterprise, Psychiatric Nurse  in Pittsfield
“I provide individual counseling as a holistic way of helping you to recognize your internal emotional challenges that affect you mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually, which are all interconnected and one. Individual counseling is a collaborative process, which provides you the opportunity to discover your internal resources, development of skills to find interpersonal balance, and become future focused. I incorporate relaxation techniques to quiet the mind, positive energy to heal, meditation, and mindfulness
(413) 853-3033
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201
Kathleen M Andolina, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boston
“I am a licensed Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist who has been helping clients improve their lives for over 30 years. I provide psychotherapy, consultation and medication treatment for individuals ages 18 - 65+. I focus on both primary and mental health issues across the life span and am most successful with those struggling to adjust to stress, such as that associated with overcoming a career challenge, managing school, family, role conflicts,and problems associated with lifelong depression and anxiety. I treat students, career professionals, men, women and LGBT populations as well as those from many ethnic, racial and class backgrounds.
(774) 768-8650
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Fredric Schiffer, Psychiatrist  in Newton
“For over 30 years I have practiced psychodynamic psychotherapy for the empathic, informed treatment of patients suffering anxiety, depression, trauma, and/or addiction. When the patient and I feel medication is indicated, I prescribe it, but my primary focus is the understanding and treatment of one's inner emotional distress and its impact on one's everyday life.
(617) 409-2786
Newton, Massachusetts 02461
“While a person can feel better after a good talk with a friend or relative, for moderate or severe psychiatric symptoms, this relief is only temporary. Being professionally evaluated and treated with appropriate psychiatric medication will often alleviate the psychiatric symptoms quickly and effectively. With more than more than forty years of combined professional experience, Dr. Jeffrey Speller and Dr. Tanya Joanne Korkosz are Harvard-trained physicians and psychiatrists who specialize in the use of psychiatric medication for adolescents (12 to 19) and adults with Attention Deficit Disorder and associated disorders.
(781) 990-0805
Lexington, Massachusetts 02421
Steven Benyas, Psychiatrist  in Westborough
“I provide individual therapy, as well as medication management if desired and appropriate. Trained in all major methods, I tailor my approach to what will be helpful for the situation. Taking medication is a personal decision, weighing the potential pros and cons. Medications are very helpful for many people, but must be used thoughtfully. The oversimplified and greatly advertised idea that genetically-determined brain chemistry causes suffering overlooks the fact that experience affects brain chemistry, too. Our own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors change our brains. This is why therapy is so important if you want to achieve lasting changes.
(617) 648-5976
Westborough, Massachusetts 01581
Ruxandra Carp, Psychiatrist  in Winchester
“I completed all my psychiatry training at Harvard Medical School affiliated programs. I am double Board - Certified in Adult Psychiatry and in Child / Adolescent Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. I am a Blue Cross and Tufts preferred provider. I appreciate developing a collaborative relationship with my clients and I am deeply interested in getting to know their unique strengths, needs, and life experiences. For client testimonials please visit:
(781) 519-0442
Winchester, Massachusetts 01890
Emily Mukherji, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
“I am a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and psychotherapist in Cambridge, MA. My expertise includes the use of psychodynamic psychotherapy for both individuals and couples as well as medication management for the treatment of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and attentional disorders. My style is warm and friendly, and I very much look forward to working with you.
(617) 606-5988
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Cynthia A Smith, Psychiatric Nurse  in Needham
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Psychiatric Nurse, MS, PMHCNS, BC
“I am a Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist and am Board Certified (PMHCNS-BC). I am authorized to prescribe medications, but only do so when a person is in an ongoing therapy relationship with me, or a therapist I collaborate with closely. My training as a nurse formed the foundation of my style as a psychotherapist. I believe that what affects the mind affects the body, and that the reverse is true. Rarely do people enter, or return to therapy when their life is going smoothly. Because of this, I practice a style that is compassionate, non-judgmental and based on trust, dignity and respect.
(781) 214-7223
Needham, Massachusetts 02492
Arnold Robbins, Psychiatrist  in Cambridge
Psychiatrist, MD
“I provide comprehensive humanistic psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. I have a lot of experience and clinical know-how across most valid psychotherapeutic approaches. I am empathic and thoughtful and approachable. I am a Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Boston University Medical Center, and a Lecturer at Tufts Medical Center. I am a sought after supervisor for resident psychiatrists and colleagues. I work with all age groups except very young children. Please see my web site for pertinent information about me ( (home page). I am thorough and comprehensive in my evaluations and treatment recommendations. I am sensitive and responsive to each patient and their needs.
(617) 941-4131
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139
Mark Green, Psychiatrist  in Belmont
“I am a specialist in dual disorders, and treat people with addictions as well as the full range of psychiatric disorders, like schizophrenia, bipolar illnesses, depression, OCD and panic. I often work with people other docs have not connected with, or considered too tough, because I listen, and am flexible and straightforward, yet at the same time thorough and safe. This includes those not ready to make a behavior change, younger people, those with unstable or complex conditions, pain, sleep disorders and those who don't want to take medicines.
(617) 440-4057
Belmont, Massachusetts 02478
“I provide clinical services for children and adolescents in psychotherapy and psychopharmacology and treat a range of disorders experienced by children and adolescents. I also work with adults in therapy and medication management.
(617) 500-6054 x2
Newton Highlands, Massachusetts 02461
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Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, PMHNP, BC
“As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, I specialize in psychopharmacology, including medication evaluations/consultations as well as ongoing prescription med management. I work primarily with adults (18+), addressing many presenting problems including mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, adjustment disorders, postpartum depression, dementia related presentations, and dual diagnosis.
(781) 214-0991
Hingham, Massachusetts 02043
Diane Germano, Psychiatric Nurse  in Brookline
“My practice focuses on helping people with anxiety, depression, and mood disorders; individuation within the framework of psychodynamic psychotherapy. I particularly enjoy working with adolescents, adults, couples, and people involved in the arts. Childhood experiences and relationships with one's family of origin influence an individual's personality and provides a template for future relationships. It can therefore be fruitful to understand via therapy that your family relationships are not destiny. I believe therapy is a psychological and spiritual journey, requiring empathy, patience, and validation of feelings.
(617) 446-3247
Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
Gary Warstadt, Psychiatrist  in Randolph
“I believe deeply that people can change their lives, and I have dedicated my life's work to just that. Patterns of behavior always exist for good reason. They begin as a way of adapting to circumstances, then the situation changes, and years later, what was once a way to cope has now become a liability. There is nothing more gratifying than assisting people in recognizing these lifelong patterns in which they have been entwined, and learning how to slip those bonds. Understanding alone, though, is not enough. The hard part is putting together and implementing a plan to change.
(781) 350-3245 x28
Randolph, Massachusetts 02368
Timothy F Dugan, Psychiatrist  in Lexington
“I am a psychiatrist (Adult, Child and Adolescent), in private practice in Lexington, MA. I specialize in individual psychotherapy for kids and adults, couples therapy, family therapy, and psychoanalysis. While I am happy to prescribe medications when needed, I would consider myself quite conservative in that area; and typically will prescribe medication only when I am also providing the necessry psychotherapy for the adult, or child, adolescent, and their family. I am happy to discuss your concerns over the phone and determine whether I might be of some help to you.
(781) 218-7825
Lexington, Massachusetts 02421

Expressive Arts Psychiatrists
Expressive arts therapy in Massachusetts (MA) is the use of the creative arts as a form of therapy on the basis that people can heal through the use of imagination and creativity. Massachusetts (MA) Expressive arts therapy includes Psychiatrists offering art therapy, dance therapy, drama therapy, music therapy and writing therapy in Massachusetts (MA).

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Massachusetts (MA) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Massachusetts (MA) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Massachusetts (MA) specialize in age groups (so check for Massachusetts (MA) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Massachusetts (MA)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Massachusetts (MA), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Massachusetts (MA) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.