First session is only $99.
All sessions thereafter:
$125 per 50 minute session individuals.
$145 per session for couples.
You must be 18 years or older to use online counseling at our center.
Sam Glyod, LMHC
Sam has over 25 years of training and experience working with individuals, couples, and groups. He believes it is in relationships that we learn the most about ourselves. What we discover is not always pretty but is a necessary beginning for real change. Relationships often are the cause of much suffering and anguish. What happened to the fun and laughter, the passion and blissful romance you once enjoyed? Sam offers a therapeutic relationship based on safety and trust that allows clients to find answers and make the desired changes. He listens carefully to what is being said and what clients are not yet able to put into words, and then offers a new way of seeing. The result is improved communication, deepening respect, new hope, less distress, and more joy. Sam is located in our Boston therapy office in the Back Bay and specialized in couples therapy and individual therapy.
Rosette Schapira, MFT
Rosette is a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in relationship counseling. Clients immediately feel at ease while working with Rosette. She views the relationship, not either individual, as her client. Her focus is on helping people feel alive and fully inspired while helping couples and families achieve a deep connection from a place of balance, wholeness, and compassion.
Rosette believes that satisfying, long lasting relationships are often based on three important variables.
* Similar goals and values
Rosette works with the couple in repairing the area that has been damaged. Trained in mediation and conflict resolution, she is able to get to the underlying issue while making sure the couple leaves with a strong base of communication skills to take into the future. Rosette specializes in physical and emotional infidelity. Helping couples express resentments that have built up over time while having a good understanding of the cause, she is able to make the process of healing easier for both parties.
Kathryn Gates, MFT
Focusing on strengths and solutions, Kathryn loves working with couples. She helps clients solve problems as team mates, find more loving ways to express themselves, and listen to understand not only what the other is saying, but how they feel. Kathryn is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and studied Clinical Psychology at Pepperdine University in Southern California. She derives energy from getting to know people, empathically relating and strategically exploring experiences. She knows that often, when couples feel they are in opposition, they aren’t even arguing about the same thing. She works with couples to communicate in ways that reduce defensiveness, and let each person feel supported and respected.Kathryn helps individuals struggling with relationship distress to find empowerment when they have lost hope. Sometimes, only one partner pursues therapy. Even in this situation, improvements can be made. She specializes in couples therapy, marriage counseling and individual therapy.
Annette Donaghy, LPC
Annette is a licensed professional counselor who has practiced in the Colorado area since 1984. She has offices in both our Boulder and Denver locations. What sets her apart is an uncanny ability to see beyond the day-to-day disagreements and get to the heart of a matter. After helping couples reach a place of understanding, she often suggests homework to help them learn how to be different at home. Annette has worked as a family therapist for wilderness therapy programs for troubled teens and their families. Her approach to counseling embodies compassion, a sense of humor, and fearlessness in facing difficult relationship issues.
Dan Weiss, LCSW
Dan has been doing clinical work for over 20 years and brings a down-to-earth style that, combined with his experience working with children, adolescents, families, individuals, and couples, contributes to his unique ability to connect with and help resolve those issues that have brought you to therapy. Dan takes a fairly informal approach and utilizes a conversational style of working, while also offering concrete techniques to help with challenges of communication and broadening perspective on the problems in the relationship. He encourages a focus on the things that brought each couple together to begin with and tries to help rekindle those things, while also helping unravel the knots that have hindered the couple along the way.
Dan earned his master of social work from Hunter College in 1993 and has received numerous trainings since then. He is currently a registered licensed clinical social worker with the state of New York. He feels that communication is the key to many problems with couples, and he enjoys helping partners learn new techniques for speaking to each other that enable them to then work on settling larger issues, such as money, parenting, sex, or mutual respect. Dan is used to dealing with many difficult issues and difficult people, and feels comfortable facing whatever challenges his clients may present.
Mae Lynn Spahr, Ph.D
Mae has been a mental health therapist for over 18 years, helping men and women create healthy and happy relationships. Her therapeutic approach is client centered which means, she directs your therapy with your personal goals in mind. She also is compassionate, direct and a great problem solver. Mae uses her experience, knowledge, and wisdom to help you and your partner through the difficulty you are facing. No stumble block is too big or small. Many common topics she works with include communication, sex, money, children, or infidelity. She loves to help people who are either at a difficult crossroad in their relationship or beginning to see difficulty and want to make healthy changes at an early stage.
Mae Lynn Spahr graduated with distinction from Webster University with a Masters of Art in Counseling in 1996. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of New Mexico and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Walden University. Mae helps her clients by drawing from your many years of clinical experience and her personal experience with 23 years of marriage.
Rebecca Silver, PhD
Relationships are complicated and, thus, individuals are bound to experience problems along the way. Sometimes people get stuck in relationships at home, at work/school, or with friends, and, despite their best efforts, cannot find the way to resolution. Through therapy, individuals can learn how to work through problems and develop healthy and dynamic coping skills for managing relationship complexity. For couples, therapy can enhance problem solving skills and help to create a deeper understanding, stronger connection, and heightened appreciation for the relationship and each other.
As a first step in working with individuals and couples, Rebecca strives to build a sense of safety so that clients can feel some comfort and connection before delving into the details. Then, together they explore the main issues and create a specialized treatment plan. Through this work, Rebecca hopes to bring clarity, new learning, change, compassion, understanding, and acceptance to her clients. She values open communication and will frequently ask clients for feedback and input about the therapeutic process.
Rebecca has over 10 years of experience in conducting research and providing clinical services. Rebecca earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Syracuse University and her M.A. in Experimental Psychology from Towson University. Over the years, she has worked in a variety of settings including the National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs PTSD Clinic, Vera House Domestic and Sexual Violence Clinic, University of Mary Washington Counseling and Psychological Services Center, as well as community mental health clinics and private practice settings.