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Liz Coolidge is the Coordinator of Fenway’s LGBT Family & Parenting Services and Coordinator of the Alternative Insemination Program. She has worked at Fenway since 1996. She received her BS from Boston University in 1974 and her MA from Lesley College in 1987. She was certified in Family Systems Therapy by The Family Institute of Cambridge in 1996. Liz’s clinical interests include Women’s Health; LGBT parenting; considering parenting; group therapy for managing or living with a medical issue or diagnosis; and couple and individual therapy. Liz uses collaborative and empowering [Read More]

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Dr. Rojas received a BA in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Providence College. She obtained an MSW in Clinical Social Work from Smith College and conducted her internships at River Valley Counseling Center, The Stone Center at Wellesley College, and Massachusetts General Hospital. She graduated with a PhD in Advanced Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and was a Council on Social Work Education Research Fellow funded by the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Rojas conducted her dissertation research on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, substance abuse, and [Read More]

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Eduardo Zaidner is a psychiatrist who joined RASI in the summer of 2009. His main interests include the psychopharmacology of depression and anxiety as well as LBGT issues. Eduardo graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA from Amherst College. He then received his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine in 2001. Eduardo attained his psychiatric training at Harvard University Medical School/Cambridge Hospital from 2001 to 2005. He was the Psychopharmacology Chief during his senior year at Cambridge Hospital. After finishing his training, he stayed part-time at the Cambridge [Read More]

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In addition to Dr. Markowitz’s counseling services, she is a Research Associate in the Section of Genetics and Epidemiology at Joslin Diabetes Center. She is involved in number of projects focusing on improving care, outcomes, and quality of life in youth and young adults with diabetes. She is also conducting research examining ways to improve the transition process between pediatric and adult diabetes care. [Read More]

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Dr. Cao specializes in working with individuals who are struggling with relationship issues. Whether they are on new territory looking for love; passionate about a new one; on shaky grounds with a monotonous one; or ending an unhappy one and starting a new chapter, Dr. Cao helps people navigate their ways through the complexities of human love and intimacy, giving them new insights on how to improve their techniques and self-image to reach their goal of finding love in themselves and in others. [Read More]

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I specialize in holistic counseling. Together, we will nurture your unique needs and values, and come up with healthy strategies, that will allow you to move forward. My goal is to empower you to achieve small step successes, and align you with your highest authentic self, to enhance your overall wellbeing. I will honor and hold your journey with you, as you set out on a transformational adventure. I enjoy sharing the gift of celebration, as I believe it is important to love and cherish all life experiences, in order [Read More]

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Over my career, psychotherapeutic theory and technique have evolved to appreciate the fundamental power of relationship in our development and healing. I have done my own part in furthering this vitalizing work. I co-edited a book on psychotherapy with gay men in the age of AIDS, both specific to HIV and broadening to the frontiers of therapy in general. I’ve worked to support caregivers overwhelmed by the traumas of HIV. I’ve studied and written on gender, sexuality and shame – themes which are both specific to my gay male clients [Read More]

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Sevin is a licensed marriage and family therapist, best known for his down-to-earth approach to helping people move into more loving and authentic relationships. The founder of the Relationship Counseling Center, he has conducted workshops, appeared on TV and radio as an expert on relationships, published a wide range of online videos and articles, and helped numerous people through private sessions. With locations in 24 major cities throughout the United States, the Relationship Counseling Center follows Sevin’s no-nonsense therapeutic style: interactive, direct, and goal-focused. His counselors are licensed professionals experienced [Read More]

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Dr. Sid Mondell maintains a private practice in Downtown Boston at 45 School Street (Old City Hall Building, Downtown Crossing/ Government Center District). With over 35 years experience as a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Mondell, is currently serving as private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Dr. Mondell is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. His therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. He integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. [Read More]

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I am a licensed independent clinical social worker (LICSW) working in private practice located at 1145 Reservoir Avenue Cranston, RI. I received a Masters Degree in ClinicalSocial Work (MSW) through Rhode Island College in 1998. Before private practice I worked for many years in varied settings working with a wide range of mental health and psychiatric issues. I gained substantial and excellent employment experience through my work at psychiatric hospitals, residential facilities and community mental health settings providing support and counseling/psychotherapy services. Developing a comfortable supportive working relationship so we [Read More]

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Viergelyn Chery-Reed is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Expressive Arts therapist, Intuitive Healer, and Life Coach. She founded GroundingHearts Wellness & Counseling, LLC a person-centered and holistic therapeutic practice after discovering a high demand for a practice that encompasses intuition, creativity and a purposeful approach for healing and living life well. Her therapeutic style is eclectic in nature. Viergelyn integrates both evidenced-based, effective traditional and holistic healing modalities. As an Expressive Therapist she utilized Drama, Art, Poetry, Dance/Movement Therapy and Play Therapy within her practice. Viergelyn believes every person has [Read More]

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I am a licensed independent clinical social worker with 3+ years of experience in direct clinical work. I have worked with a variety of populations in a variety of settings, including an outpatient clinic, residential substance use facility, a community drop in center for individuals with chronic illness, and supportive housing. I work with adults, over 18 years old, experiencing depression, anxiety, family and peer relationship difficulties, life transitions, and academic or occupational stress. I engage with individuals in a short-term, acceptance and commitment therapy model, using mindfulness techniques and [Read More]

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Dr. Toporowski is a licensed psychologist, completing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Argosy University, Orange County. She earned a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University, Santa Barbara, as well as an undergraduate degree in psychology from University of California, Riverside. Dr. Toporowski completed her predoctoral internship at University of California, Davis Medical Center’s Academic and Staff Assistance Program. She completed her postdoctoral training at University of California, San Diego’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program. In addition to her experience gained at university and hospital settings, she [Read More]

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Hi there, I wanted to take a few minutes and introduce myself. Maybe you read my blog, maybe you’re considering psychoanalytic psychotherapy, or perhaps you’re thinking of how I can be useful to you in some other way, such as a public speaking arrangement. In any case, it may be helpful to know a little more about me, what I do and how I work with others. My style as a therapist is genuine, supportive, curious, and insightful. I talk about emotional issues with clients in a way that is [Read More]

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I am a bicultural and bilingual (English and Spanish) psychologist. I believe in the innate potential of all human beings to reach their goals and live a life that is fulfilling; change can be challenging, but I am here to help. I am excited to collaborate with clients and help them succeed in making progress that is tangible, transformative and lasting. Clients often describe me as easy to connect with, warm, welcoming and non-judgmental, and comment about how safe they feel being honest and truly themselves. [Read More]

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Hi there, I wanted to take a few minutes and introduce myself. Maybe you read my blog, maybe you’re considering psychoanalytic psychotherapy, or perhaps you’re thinking of how I can be useful to you in some other way, such as a public speaking arrangement. In any case, it may be helpful to know a little more about me, what I do and how I work with others. My style as a therapist is genuine, supportive, curious, and insightful. I talk about emotional issues with clients in a way that is accessible and doesn’t use a lot of therapist jargon. I find that most people appreciate a therapist who is both professional and authentic at the same time. I was trained to practice in a way that considers the interactive relationship between therapist and client over time as what leads to change, not just the ‘techniques’. In this way, I’ve learned that how therapy is done often changes for each person who comes through the door. I do believe that a successful therapy largely depends on a therapeutic relationship that is trusting, reliable, and adjusts the therapy to fit each client rather than trying to adjust each client to fit the therapy, and scientific research supports this idea. In addition to being a psychotherapist, I taught as an adjunct professor of psychology at Johnson and Wales University (Providence, RI) for over two years. There, I taught undergraduate courses in Personality, Counseling Theories & Techniques, Abnormal Psychology, and Introductory Psychology, as well as a graduate-level course in Research Methods in Counseling Psychology. I found that teaching made my skills as a therapist even sharper since I was (and still am) always staying up to date on the latest research and theories. I continue to reserve considerable hours every week to read clinical material and cutting-edge research.

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