Therapists and Counselors in Boston, MA

Work with a Skilled, Caring Therapist at Thrive Boston

Whether your life is in crisis, or you want to improve a good a thing, Thrive Boston therapists can help.

Give us a call at 617-395-5806 to schedule an appointment or hear more about our services.

No matter what your situation, no matter how desperate things might seem, and no matter what has happened in your past—you can experience a better life. If you are in a place of hurt or pain, know that you aren’t alone. In fact, we live in a time when many people are hurting. Below is a list of some of the problems people like you and me are struggling and dealing with:

Depression

Every single year, 1 in 5 people experience clinical depression, which goes beyond mild sadness or the blues. Depression steals life away from both the person who struggles with it and their loved ones. Symptoms of depression can include:

  • Sadness
  • Loss of interest in enjoyable activities
  • Weight loss or weight gain
  • Change of appetite
  • Insomnia or excessive sleep
  • Slowed physical movements
  • Agitation
  • Decreased energy or fatigue
  • Feelings of worthlessness
  • Excessive guilt
  • Indecisiveness
  • Inability to concentrate

In Boston, depression can be exacerbated by our busy and time-starved lives, and by the short summers and long, dark winters. Be sure to get the help that you need.

Anxiety

Anxiety is a constant fearful state, accompanied by a feeling of unrest, dread, or worry. Anxiety Is aroused by a number of factors: external situations (viewing the news, a fast-paced lifestyle), physical wellbeing (lack of sleep) and trauma (situations that caused great pain). Here are common symptoms of anxiety:

  • Inability to relax
  • Tense feelings
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Dry mouth
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Jumpiness or feeling faint
  • Excessive perspiring
  • Feeling clammy
  • Constant anticipation of trouble
  • Constant feeling of uneasiness

These symptoms can be debilitating. Get the help you need, and consider working with an anxiety therapist at Thrive Boston.

Low Self-Esteem or Self-Worth

Self-esteem refers to an inner sense of value that gives a person resilience. Every person has ideas about their own self-worth. Having good self-esteem does NOT mean being proud or having an overblown “ego.” Rather, it has more to do with confidence and self-respect. Low self-esteem can cause:

  • Feelings of self-hate
  • Believing that one is unworthy or incompetent
  • Refusal to get close to people
  • Belief that one doesn’t deserve supportive relationships
  • Refusal to trust others
  • Inability to accept oneself as special or unique

Poor self-esteem is often the result of prolonged periods of negative feedback in a person’s life. This results in deep wounds and emotional pain. This makes working with a Thrive Boston therapist incredibly beneficial, as they can help you to improve your self-esteem and heal those wounds.

Relationship Problems and Loneliness

We feel more isolated today than ever before. Communication issues, anger, dependency, jealousy, adultery, uncertainty about a relationship’s future. These are just a few things that can cause serious strife in a relationship.

Not to mention that today, people are finding that they feel completely alone, even in a large city, such as Boston, MA. The problem of isolation gets even worse when we work long hours, have moved several times, or when our social support system has left us. Sometimes, working through these relationship or loneliness issues takes expert help. Fortunately, the therapists at Thrive Boston are ready to help.

Get the Help You Need at Thrive Boston

The therapists at Thrive Boston want to help you work through the problems of depression, anxiety, self-image, and unhappy or unhealthy relationships. Too many of us suffer and hide from our problems, including those listed above as well as addiction, sex issues, anger problems, eating disorder, and many more. Here is a list of the services offered at Thrive Boston:

The real tragedy is that many people suffer for years without getting help when change is right here. From this point on, you don’t have to struggle alone. The therapists at Thrive Boston will walk with you and help you manage the problems in your life. These professionals provide excellent care to the people of Cambridge, Boston, and all of Massachusetts. (We also help clients form around the country who seek out our expertise by telephone or online counseling.)

At Thrive Boston, we are focused on you. From the first time you make a phone call to our office to the first time you walk through our door, you are always treated with sensitive, professional care. We help our clients live happier, healthier and more successful lives. To accomplish this mission, the therapists at Thrive Boston used a person-centered approach to therapy and counseling. An underlying philosophy of this approach is that the client is always growing and ultimately in control of their life. During therapy, your therapist might help you understand how…

  1. ...your thoughts effect how you feel.
  2. ...the way you feel affects your behaviors.
  3. ...behaviors can effect your environment.
  4. ...your environment can affect your thoughts!

Finally, a Thrive Boston therapist can help you see hoe past experiences are affecting your current mood, expectations, relationships, and life satisfaction in the here and now.

Schedule a Therapy Appointment at Thrive Boston Today

Here at Thrive Boston, we strive to offer premium mental health care. This means providing the client with the best experience every step of the way. Here are a few key elements of our premium care approach:

  1. Extended Hours
    We understand that many people can’t make it to an appointment in the afternoon on a work day—they need to be at school or work instead! So, we offer evening and weekend sessions, too.
  2. Major Insurance Plans Accepted
    The therapists at Thrive Boston accept most major insurance plans! They also have self-pay options available.
  3. Flexible Cancellations
    If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, you are more than welcome to do so. Our flexible cancellation policy states that you can cancel or reschedule without penalty as long as you provide a 23.5-hour notice!

We want to help you find the care you need. If you are struggling with one of the issues we discussed above, or something else entirely, consider reaching out to Thrive Boston. Call us today at (617) 395-5806 to schedule your appointment and get set up with a skilled, caring therapist.