I graduated with a Masters In Counseling Psychology from Boston College in 1997. I have been licensed as a Marriage, Family Therapist since 2002 (License number 38757). In addition to my work as a therapist, I have also trained and mentored other therapists for over 15 years in my role as a clinical supervisor.
Talia Korenbrot, LMFT
My approach as a therapist is interactive and collaborative. I believe that what you have learned about yourself from your past experiences and the important relationships your life, informs how you operate in the present. I believe that through exploration and better understanding of yourself you are able to sort through which of those lessons serve you, and which of those lessons do not. I want to help you to relearn the lessons that don’t serve, that create negative patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors. As I get to know you, your history, your beliefs, your experiences, and your goals for therapy, I then tailor my approach to best help you to grow.
I feel privileged to get to do the work I do. Everyday, I get to talk to people who are trying to live their best possible lives, even if that means facing parts of themselves, or of their experiences, that they might rather avoid. I get to help them to make lasting positive changes. I get to accompany them on their journey through life’s transitions, both joyous and painful.
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