Phillip Small, PhD
Provider Type: Therapist
Provider Gender: Male
Phillip Small, PhD
Dr. Small is a licensed psychologist providing therapy and counseling services to adolescents, emerging adults, and adults. He is an enthusiastic and warm therapist who is eager to help clients meet their personal goals. Dr. Small takes a developmental perspective to his primarily cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal therapy interventions. Working in collaboration with clients, Dr. Small emphasizes the client’s strengths in helping to build resilience. He seeks to build and maintain close working relationships with clients to foster a sense of safety, warmth, and creativity in the therapeutic environment. His areas of interest include developmental/life transitions, mood disorders, anxiety, identity and sexual identity issues, relationship concerns, and grief. Dr. Small earned his doctorate degree from Arizona State University. He previously earned his master’s degree from Teachers College Columbia University. Dr. Small completed an APA-accredited internship at the University of New Hampshire’s Psychological and Counseling Services before remaining on staff to complete the postdoctoral program at UNH as well. Dr. Small see clients via Online TeleTherapy. Pronouns: He/Him/His
- Adolescent/Teen Issues
- Anger Management
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Conflict Resolution
- Couples/Marital Counseling
- Cultural/Racial/Ethnic Issues
- Eating Disorders
Phillip Small generally accepts new patients but there could be a waitlist.
Please call 617-405-5735 to find out Phillip Small's schedule and availability.
LifeStance Health providers accept most commercial insurance plans that are offered in the states where we offer services, including telehealth. Please see the following list of insurances accepted by Phillip Small:
If you don't see your insurance listed, please contact us at 617-405-5735 to see how we can help.
Phillip Small is a therapist and cannot prescribe medication. However, most LifeStance offices have a Psychiatrist or APN on staff who can prescribe medication if needed.