Boston Therapy

Thriving Center of Psychology works closely with you to craft personalized therapy plans covering individual, couples, and family services, offering flexible care options to cater to your preferences, including in-person or hybrid sessions at our Boston clinic or virtual therapy statewide across Massachusetts.

What makes Thriving Center Of Psych different?

  • Vetted Therapists
    Our therapists complete a rigorous vetting process to ensure they meet our high standards.
  • Evidence Based Therapy
    We use only research-based treatments backed by science to support your goals.
  • Therapist Matching
    You will be thoughtfully matched with the best therapist for your needs to ensure the right fit.
  • Meet your Therapist Within 24 hours
    Once appropriately matched, meet your therapist within 24 hours.

Our Boston Clinic Location


101 Arch St
8th floor
Boston, MA 02110
Mon-Thu 9AM-7PM
Fri 9AM-4PM
Sat-Sun Closed

How We Can Help

Our therapists offer services for a wide range of mental health challenges. Some of these services include:

Couples Therapy

Whether you’re looking to resolve issues, overcome a breach of trust, or check in on the relationship, couples therapy can create a safe space for open communication. A couples therapist can teach you and your partner how to communicate better and resolve conflict in a healthy way. Relationships are complex, and sometimes an unbiased outside source can be invaluable.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

The aim of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is to help you understand and change how you think to help you deal with different problems. It focuses on how your thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes affect your emotions and behaviors. A CBT therapist can help treat various mental health disorders, including OCD and PTSD.
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Life Coaching

Sometimes, it’s difficult to know what to do in the face of important life decisions. Maybe you’re struggling with self-confidence or awareness to achieve your life goals. A life coach gives you the tools and support you need to navigate through important life milestones and decisions, allowing you to set goals and move forward with confidence.
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uncontrolled anxiety can significantly impact your daily life and ability to function. If you're struggling with anxiety and worry in everyday life, it may be time to speak to a therapist. Our anxiety therapists use evidence-based treatments to manage anxiety, so you can overcome your unique challenges and feel back in control.
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Depression affects millions of people and is the top reason many go to therapy. If excessive sadness affects your ability to work, maintain relationships, and perform daily functions, one of our compassionate therapists can help you. Depression can have mental and physical effects. A depression treatment plan involves multiple approaches based on your individual situation.
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life is stressful, and sometimes stress can take over. When left unchecked, it can have a significant impact on your quality of life. Stress therapists help you to manage your stress more effectively. Over time, the aim of stress therapy is to reduce chronic stress and alleviate symptoms to restore balance in your life.
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From mental health counseling in Boston MA to Group Therapy, click here for our full list of services to see how we can help you navigate life’s challenges and better your mental health.

Frequently Asked Questions


How do I find a therapist near me?

Whether you’re researching “clinical psychologist Boston MA” or “top therapists in Boston MA near me,” it can feel overwhelming to find a therapist in Boston MA, that matches your needs and availability. We have a comprehensive directory of the top therapists and psychologists. Use our platform to find a therapist, or fill out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey, and we will match you with the best therapists for you.

How do I find an online therapist in Boston?

If you would prefer the convenience of online therapy, you can speak with an online therapist from the comfort of your own home. Simply filter your search by area and specialty. Our online therapy services are available to residents throughout Massachusetts. All appointments are completely confidential and secure.

How do I find an in-person therapist in Boston?

Our Boston office is located in Downtown. If you would prefer to speak with your therapist in person, our Boston location is a calm and quiet space for you to get to know your therapist and feel as comfortable as possible moving forward.

How do I find a couples therapist in Boston?

If you’re looking for a qualified couples therapist in Boston, you can use our platform to search our directory of licensed therapists and psychologists. Alternatively, you can call our Boston office to speak with one of the team or use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey. Simply fill out a few questions, and our client coordinator will be in touch with the top therapists for your needs.

How much is therapy in Boston?

Most individuals typically spend between $150 to $500 on therapy in Boston. The cost can vary depending on the therapists’ experience and credentials as well as the frequency of sessions. Thriving Center of Psychology is an out-of-network provider; however, we offer therapy services to suit a range of budgets and needs.

Why do most therapists in Boston, MA not take health insurance?

There are several reasons why many therapists in Boston don’t accept insurance. Unfortunately, the insurance system can make it difficult for therapists to provide tailored and individual care to clients, which can result in mental health professionals being overworked and underpaid. We don’t accept insurance so that our therapists can prioritize tailored care for clients.

How much does insurance cover for therapy sessions out-of-network?

Your insurance may cover between 50% to 80% of therapy fees, depending on your out-of-network reimbursement benefits. We suggest contacting your insurance company to determine your exact coverage.

Does insurance cover online therapy?

Your insurance company may cover online therapy. Speak with your insurance company to check your coverage.

How do I schedule my first therapy appointment?

If you feel like you could benefit from speaking to a therapist or simply want to fine-tune your mental health, all our therapists are experts in their respective fields. The quickest way to make an appointment at Thriving Center of Psychology is by filling out our Therapy Matchmaker Survey. From your results, we can match you with the best therapists in Boston MA, who can create an individualized treatment plan tailored entirely around you. You can also make an appointment by calling our Boston office or requesting an appointment online.

Where in Boston can I book a therapy appointment?

You can book a therapy appointment at our Boston office, just one minute east of the Downtown Crossing. We are located in Downtown, nearby to Church Green, Waterfront, and the Leather District neighborhoods. You can find us on the corner of Arch and Summer Streets, minutes from I-93 and I-90. Our Boston office is also well connected to the T-subway system, ideal for getting around the city and avoiding congestion on the roads. The office is a few blocks from the Wilbur Theatre, Boston Opera House, and near Boston Common.

We serve patients that live in the surrounding zip codes from our Boston MA office, including 02108, 02109, 02110 02111, 02113-02116, 02118-02122, 02124-02136, 02163, 02199, 02203, 02210, 02215, and 02222

To start working with Thriving Center of Psychology, request an appointment online, use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey or call our Boston office today to get started.

What can I expect from my first therapy session?

During your first therapy session, you expect to talk about your reason for being in therapy, your concerns, your background, and any symptoms you may be experiencing. It’s a time for you and your therapist to get to know each other, so your therapist can begin to develop a tailored plan for your care.

What type of therapist is right for me?

Whether you’re looking for a marriage counselor or anxiety expert, we can help you find the right therapist for you. Use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey and answer a few questions. Our client coordinator will then match you with the top therapists for your needs and goals. You can also call our Boston office, and we can help you.

What is the difference between a therapist and a psychologist in Boston?

The terms “therapist” and “psychologist” are often used interchangeably when talking about mental health professionals. The key difference between the two is that all psychologists hold a doctoral degree and are therapists. However, not all therapists hold doctoral degrees. All the therapists at Thriving Center of Psychology hold at least a Master’s degree and are considered experts in their fields.