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Boston Therapists


101 Arch St
8th floor
Boston, MA 02110


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) rests on the idea that our deeply ingrained – or sometimes unconscious – perceptions and beliefs about ourselves, others, and the world influences our thoughts (cognitions), feelings (emotions), and behaviors. A CBT therapist will help you evaluate and modify inaccurate or negative thoughts so that you can respond to challenging situations more effectively.

Couples Therapy

It’s normal for all couples to go through some turbulence during their relationship. For some, however, stressors such as work, children, finances, and other issues can take their toll. Contact the caring professionals at Thriving Center of Psychology if you and your partner might benefit from couples therapy. Book a virtual or onsite appointment by calling the offices or visiting the website.

Group Therapy

Mental health problems like low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression are quite common, but no one should have to struggle alone. In group therapy, you can talk about your issues in a safe, supportive environment with others who are going through similar challenges.

Life Coach

Does the thought of making an important life decision leave you feeling incapacitated? If you’re struggling with weighty decisions or feel like you’re in a rut, you might benefit from life coaching at Thriving Center of Psychology. The qualified psychologists and therapists can help you set professional and personal goals and achieve them

Online Video Teletherapy

When trying to book a mental health appointment, suppose you can’t leave the house or find a session that agrees with your schedule. In either case, you might try online video therapy. Thriving Center of Psychology offers TeleTherapy, an online video conferencing option that allows you to get the treatment you need from your office or home.

Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy

Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) is a technology-based treatment with important implications for the management of phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that are difficult to treat using conventional psychological therapies and medications.