Comprehensive Online Therapy Services in Brighton
Our therapists are here for Brighton residents! We always seek to provide you with the right therapist with whom you can make meaningful improvement in your life. If you seek individual or couples therapy or family counseling we are ready to help.
Boston Evening Therapy Associates (BETA) is proud to be available to residents of Brighton. We offer online therapy as well as well as in-person therapy at our offices in Brighton, MA at 2001 Beacon Street in Cleveland Circle.
Professional Online Therapy Services Serving Brighton, Massachusetts
We offer daytime, late afternoon and evening and weekend sessions in recognition of your schedule demands. We offer online therapy as well as well as in-person therapy at our offices in Brighton, MA
With us you will find therapists with diverse perspectives and therapy approaches, but we share one important thing in common; we recognize that it is the quality of the therapy relationship, one of trust, authenticity, connection and reliability that is the foundation of all good therapy.
We are a team of professional, empathic and talented therapist with whom you can make meaningful and lasting improvement in your life, let us work with you for individual or couples therapy or family counseling. We serve individuals, families, children, and groups.
About the Neighborhood of Brighton, Massachusetts
Brighton, a vibrant and diverse neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts, offers an urban living experience with a population of approximately 37,785. Situated in Suffolk County, Brighton is well-connected to the rest of Boston and surrounded by Cambridge, Watertown, Newton, and Brookline. The Charles River forms its boundary with Cambridge and Watertown. With a land area of 2.78 square miles, Brighton provides a bustling environment rich in amenities and community activities.
The neighborhood is known for its lively atmosphere, with numerous bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. It's particularly popular among young professionals, and the public schools here are rated above average. The median home value in Brighton is around $627,100, higher than the national average, reflecting the neighborhood's desirability and the urban nature of its housing market.
Brighton's connection to the rest of Boston is facilitated through the neighborhood of Allston. The two areas, often referred to together as "Allston–Brighton," have a combined population of 65,276 and offer a wide range of amenities and services to residents.
Overall, Brighton presents an appealing mix of urban living, diverse community, and access to quality education and recreational opportunities, making it one of the more sought-after neighborhoods in Boston.
Our Brighton Therapists Can Help You Cope with:
- Trauma related issues
- Anxiety and stress related symptoms
- Family Transitions (divorce, stepfamilies, children leaving home, moving, etc.)
- Parenting issues
- Relationship problems
- Family conflict
- Grief and loss
- Postpartum depression
- Child physical and sexual abuse
- Work and School Performance
- Drug and alcohol dependency recovery
- Co-dependency and adult children of alcoholics (ACOA) issues
Major hospitals and health providers serving Brighton
St. Elizabeth's Medical Center
726 Cambridge St
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
330 Brookline Ave
Brigham & Woman's Hospital
75 Francis Street
CHA Cambridge Hospital
1492 Cambridge St
Mount Auburn Hospital
330 Mt Auburn St
Make an Appointment with our Brighton Area Therapists or Counselors
Boston Evening Therapy Associates is dedicated to serving Brighton residents. We understand that your schedule is busy and that it can be challenging to create time for personal well being and improvement no matter how vitally important it is.
To schedule your appointment or for more information about our Practice, feel free to contact us by phone at (617) 738-1480 or fill out our online form. We provide private pay options and accept a number of major health insurance programs.