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James Levine & Associates, PC
9 College St., Suite 6
Diagnosis and Evaluation

At James Levine & Associates we serve a wide array of clients – from early childhood through adulthood – by providing high quality psychotherapy, psychological testing, consultation, coaching, clinical supervision, and trainings.

Our clients consider us their trusted partner and the area leader in behavioral health services. We pride ourselves on developing the most appropriate match between clinicians and clients’ specific needs, and on our prompt response to all requests – typically within 24 hours.

James Levine & Associates serves more than 55 School Districts, Companies, and Agencies in Massachusetts and Connecticut. We also provide independent evaluations, functional behavioral assessments, and will tailor programs to suit your specific needs.

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413 534-7400
South Hadley
Jerome J. Schultz, Ph.D.
76 Bedford Street, Suite 21

Mailing Address:
Dr. Jerome J. Schultz
PO Box 920151
Needham, MA 02492
Diagnosis and Evaluation

For over thirty years, I have been able to help people understand how children learn, how to maximize success and how to reduce the stress that often accompanies teaching and learning.


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Joshua Gear, M.D.
20 Ladd Street, Suite 402
Diagnosis and Evaluation
State (in case otherwise not listed here): New Hampshire

I am a psychiatrist providing psychiatric evaluation and treatment to children, adolescents and adults. I am also available to provide supervision to other psychiatrists and therapists as well as consultation to schools.

I have been practicing in Portsmouth for the past 16 years and have established close working relationships with a number of area psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, primary care physicians and other clinicians.

There are many reasons or conditions that result in a visit to a psychiatrist. What is most important in having a positive outcome is a “good fit”. There needs to be mutual trust, respect and effective communication. I work hard to bring these to all of my relationships.

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603 610 0235
603 610 0181
New Hampshire