Thank you for visiting Commonwealth Psychology Associates.
We are excited to announce that CPA has been named as one of the ' Top Places to Work' in Massachusetts by The Boston Globe. Our staff members completed confidential surveys about what it's like to work at CPA - their responses catapulted us to a Top 10 ranking among small employers. Congratulations to our team of talented and dedicated staff who work diligently every day to help our clients and each other!
CPA is a unique, multi-disciplinary psychological counseling and behavioral health specialty center with over 35 doctoral-level adult and child psychologists, neuropsychologists and psychiatrists who offer excellent credentials, extensive clinical experience, and knowledge of the most effective therapeutic and assessment techniques. We provide services for clients age 12 and older.
We offer a comprehensive range of psychological counseling services, neuropsychological testing and evaluation and a wide range of other specialty behavioral health and wellness services in three convenient locations in the greater Boston area, including Back Bay, Financial District/Downtown and Newton Corner.
The fastest way to reach us is to complete our quick and easy online intake form. You may also call our friendly and helpful staff between 8am to 6pm Monday - Thursday and from 8am to 4pm on Friday. Give us a call, we're here to help.
- Psychological Counseling Services
- Anxiety & Panic Disorder Treatment
- Depression Treatment
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Couples & Marriage Counseling
- Divorce and Conflict Mediation
- Wellness & Support Groups
- Health Psychology & Wellness
- Biofeedback & Stress Management
- Learning Disability & Dyslexia Testing
- Neuropsychological Testing & Evaluation
- Psychological & Therapeutic Assessment
- ADD Testing
- ADHD Testing
- ADHD Coaching & Cogmed
- Psychiatry Services
- Life & Career Coaching
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