I’m a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 30 years experience. By using a variety of approaches, I’m able to help people get relief from their stress, depression, difficulty with relationships, and trauma.
Sympathy is feeling sorry or badly for someone. Empathy is being able to walk in their My shoes. My first priority is to be able to walk in your shoes. My role is to help you get and relief, so you can start thinking and feeling differently from when you first came in. You can make important changes in your life.
Therapy is a collaborative effort – a working partnership that we develop over time, to discover what’s at the root of the problem, and what we can do about it. That means we have to start with you – where you’ve been, and where you are now. We each bring something to the
I accept BCBS, UBH, and Tufts. I also accept Out-of-Network insurance. My out-of-pocket fee is $130-150. Do give me a call at 617-499-1950, and we’ll set up a 30″ complementary phone consult to see whether it’s a good fit. I look forward to talking with you. -Barb Ferullo, LMHC
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