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Therapy & Counseling | Back Bay, Boston, MA
Dr. Gimeno is a psychotherapist providing individual psychotherapy to adults. Her approach to psychotherapy is psychodynamic, and she is also informed by humanistic, existential, and integrative approaches.
Dr. Gimeno views psychotherapy as a creative process and offers a space to meaningfully explore and understand anxiety and depression, existential and spiritual concerns, grief and loss, heartbreak, and relational difficulties. She also welcomes patients who are suffering from low self–esteem, sexual trauma, infertility and pregnancy loss, and those experiencing acculturation difficulties. Deeply embedded in her work as a clinician is her belief that psychological suffering and symptoms are meaningful in nature, and that psychotherapy offers a unique experience to honor and know more fully the hidden or cast-off parts of ourselves.
Dr. Gimeno has worked and received training in a variety of settings, including university counseling centers and community clinics. Prior to her work as a psychotherapist she worked as a shelter and sexual assault advocate at a Pittsburgh-based women’s shelter.
Dr. Gimeno earned a master’s degree at The University of West Georgia where she studied humanistic and transpersonal psychology. She earned a master’s and doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Duquesne University where she was trained in existential-phenomenological approaches to psychology. Dr. Gimeno completed an APA-accredited internship and postdoctoral fellowship at The Danielsen Institute in Boston, Massachusetts.