Robert Page, Ph.D.
Dr. Bob Page is a licensed clinical psychologist with over twenty-five years experience providing prevention intervention, training, evaluation, and treatment services in a wide range of clinical settings.
Most recently Dr. Page has devoted himself to private practice working with adolescents and adults in individual, family and couples therapy. He is an interactive, results-oriented clinician who is intent on collaborating with his patients to develop individualized, evidence-based treatment. His areas of specialization include the treatment of depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety (including panic disorders), impulse control disorder, and attention deficit disorder. He has also conducted anger management, stress management and substance abuse groups.
He chiefly utilizes a cognitive behavioral therapy approach and often combines this modality with psychodynamic techniques. He works with each client to build on their strengths and to attain the personal growth they are seeking.
Education and Experience
Dr. Page holds the Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and has earned advanced degrees from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education in Human Development and The Johns Hopkins University in Cognitive Psychology where he was a teaching assistant for undergraduate psychology courses. His clinical experience includes coordinating a Student Assistance Program in a large school district, acting as the Clinical Director in an urban health center, and treating patients in both community-based and group mental health settings. He has been licensed as a psychologist and health services provider in Massachusetts for the past twenty-five years.