Dr. Lucila Halperin

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I provide a warm and empathic environment that focuses on individual strengths to help my clients cope with life challenges and foster a sense of meaning in life. I help clients cope with issues related to: immigration and acculturation stress; relationship problems; depression; anxiety; trauma; academic and job-related struggles; and grief and loss. I consider it a privilege to hear a client's personal story and collaboratively work towards a greater understanding of oneself to reduce distress, set achievable goals and make long lasting changes.

I work from an integrative perspective, incorporating psychodynamic (insight-oriented), mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral approaches in order to foster transformitive change. I emphasize the importance of relationships in shaping who we are and how we experience our lives.

Originally from Argentina, I am bilingual (Spanish/English) and bicultural and work with clients in either language. I enjoy working with people from a wide range of cultural, international, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities.

 

 

SPECIALTIES

  • Life transitions
  • Relationship Issues
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Immigration, acculturation, bicultural stress and refugee experiences

LOCATION

1330 Beacon Street
Suite 260
Brookline, MA 02446

 

PRACTICE DETAILS

  • Cost per session: $180
  • A reduced rate may be offered for persons with demonstrated need
  • Eligible for out-of-network benefits if you have a PPO plan 

QUALIFICATIONS & TRAINING

  • Psychologist (PsyD) from William James College