Our New England Psychiatry Newton Location

Nestled just west of Boston, the city of Newton, Massachusetts, offers a harmonious blend of suburban tranquility and urban accessibility. Renowned for its scenic landscapes, diverse neighborhoods, and educational opportunities, Newton stands as a hub of cultural and residential appeal. About 87,000 individuals live within the Newton area.

Newton’s distinctive neighborhoods each possess their own unique charm, creating a tapestry of communities that cater to a variety of lifestyles. From the historic charm of Newton Centre to the artistic ambiance of Newtonville, there’s a neighborhood to suit every taste.

Medication Management

Routine outpatient psychiatric medication management, including biochemical discussion, for adults, children, and adolescents.


Psychiatric Evaluation

We establish a diagnosis and formulation of the individual’s problems and plan the individual’s care and treatment. An evaluation of a child, adolescent, or adult.


Mental Health

Mental health is not ethical to see more than 1 individual therapist at a time. New England Psychiatry will only accept new patients with no current individual therapist.


Education takes center stage in Newton, with a collection of top-tier public and private schools that consistently rank among the best in the nation. The city’s commitment to learning extends to esteemed institutions like Boston College and Brandeis University, which call Newton their home.

Parks and green spaces abound in Newton, offering residents and visitors alike ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. The iconic Charles River flows through the city, providing a picturesque backdrop for activities such as jogging, picnicking, and kayaking. The sprawling Newton Commonwealth Golf Course is a haven for golf enthusiasts, while the pristine Hemlock Gorge Reservation offers scenic trails and waterfalls.

About Our Services & Conditions We Treat

New England Psychiatry extends its reach with both telehealth and in-person offerings across the landscapes of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. We take great pride in furnishing psychiatric care that is not only of the highest quality but also compassionate and collaborative. Our specialization lies in addressing addiction, dual diagnosis, and trauma throughout the entirety of one’s lifespan.

Our approach is firmly rooted in evidence-based practices, employing a holistic methodology within a confidential setting. Our overarching mission revolves around dismantling the stigma that surrounds mental health. This mission is brought to life through our patient-centric and empathetic approach, ensuring that each individual receives the dedicated time and attention they rightly deserve. Our environment is crafted to be comfortable and inviting, meticulously designed to cater to the unique needs of our patients.

Our comprehensive suite of services encompasses psychiatric assessments, medication management, and an array of psychotherapy options. Moreover, we harness cutting-edge technology to aid in the diagnosis and support of individuals grappling with ADHD. Additionally, New England Psychiatry takes pride in providing holistic health and wellness services. These services embrace non-pharmaceutical techniques aimed at enhancing well-being and achieving a harmonious balance.

In tandem with our other offerings, New England Psychiatry is firmly committed to guiding our patients along the road to recovery from alcohol and opiate use disorders. Our renowned Vivitrol Clinic presents a monthly injection that has demonstrated the remarkable ability to maintain remission rates at an impressive 90%. Our team of qualified professionals stands ready to conduct a comprehensive evaluation, aiding you in determining whether this treatment avenue aligns with your needs.

We specialize in treating a range of conditions, including ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma and PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder), bipolar disorder, child and adolescent mental health issues, depressive disorders, domestic violence-related concerns, gender dysphoria, medication management, sleep disturbances and insomnia, stress management, as well as substance use disorders.