Main Logo
cloud
cloud
cloud
cloud
cloud
cloud

What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?

ACT (pronounced “act”) is one of the therapeutic approaches which has developed as a “third wave” of CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy). CBT works to support people in chan...
Read More

The Vital Necessity of Coping Skills

Does this sound familiar? You, (or someone you know), are feeling anxious or depressed. It may have something to do with a job, with a relationship, even with social media. When we...
Read More

Mindfulness Can Change Brain Patterns of Depression

Research using Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, at Harvard Medical School shows that for some people with depression, the brain patterns that occur with mindfulness meditation c...
Read More

Overcoming Hypochondria

New View of Hypochondria Replaces Worry with Rational Thoughts People who constantly worry about having an illness, even when medical exams find there’s nothing wrong, used to be...
Read More

Reducing Teen Violence with CBT

Innovative Therapy Group and Poetry Help Teens Deflect Violence Teenagers who live in violent neighborhoods have to live among fights, shootings and a community often teetering on ...
Read More

Stories of Working through Mental Illness Offer Insight to Therapists and Clients

Working Through Mental Illness Psychologist Ellen Holtzman has a practice in Wakefield, Mass. and often works with clients who have anxiety. The psychologist reviews the anti-anxie...
Read More

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and What Makes it So Darn Effective? If you have paid even a little bit of attention to the language of psychotherapy and personal improvement ...
Read More

Help for Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety Disorder is the third most common psychiatric illness, and depending on the definition one uses- the incidence is believed to be anywhere from 5 to 13 percent of the...
Read More

Have Depression? You are in Good Company

Article discussion incidence of depression, types of depression, and treatment for depression....
Read More

Anxiety Treatment with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Video

We use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to treat anxiety. How CBT works: repetitive negative thoughts influence choices. The patient is encouraged to identify actions which help bring...
Read More
beta logo high resolution

CONTACT US

Phone: 617-738-1480Email: info@bostoneveningtherapy.com
1842 Beacon Street, Ste 202, Brookline, MA 02445
fb colorinsta colortwitter color