Mental Health Providers in Boston, MA

Find a mental health provider near you in Boston for your emotional and behavioral health needs.

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Dustin Patil M.D.
Dustin Patil, MD

Psychiatry

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Vivian Halfin M.D.
Vivian P Halfin, MD

Psychiatry

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Arianna Fucini, PH.D.

Psychologist

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Madeleine I. Littman, PHD

Psychologist

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Ekaterina Pivovarova, PH.D.

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Tal Katz, PHD

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Mark E. Furtado, PSY.D.

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Lizette J. Santana, PSYD

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Jean M. Joyce-Brady, PH.D.

Psychologist

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Wilma J. Busse, ED.D

Counseling

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Mental health FAQS

What is a mental health provider?

Mental health providers are trained to help you manage and care for your emotional and behavioral wellbeing. These providers can include a variety of mental health professionals, commonly including psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health counselors, and family and marriage counselors. An important distinction can be that a psychiatrist is a medical doctor who is trained to diagnose and treat mental illness with prescription medicine. A psychologist and other counselors typically have a masters degree, and are trained to treat through counseling. Whichever provider you choose, a mental health provider can be a crucial component in your overall health journey.