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Dr. Richard A. Grossman

Psychologist

Voicelessness

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Voicelessness

Background Information

Employment History

Registered Nurse II Emergency Department

Memorial Hospital Miramar

Museum Store Manager

Museum of History and Industry

Psychologist

self employed

Student

Hillsborough Community College

Staff Manager, Business Internet Strategy and Marketing Communications and Assistant Manager, Account Execu

AT&T Inc.

Buyer and Manager

Learning Express Inc

Education

Ph.D.

Web References (127 Total References)


Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D., Psychologist, Brookline, MA

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Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. Psychologist

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For the past 30 years, Dr. Richard Grossman has maintained a psychotherapy practice focusing on relationship problems, depression, and general life dissatisfaction. Much of his work has centered on the treatment of adult children of narcissistic parents, people with narcissistic spouses or partners, and those left "voiceless" as a result of early loss or trauma. Prior to entering private practice, he taught and supervised in the internship and postdoctoral psychotherapy programs at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School in Boston where he was on staff.
Dr. Grossman started the Voicelessness and Emotional Survival web site (see links to the right) in 1999. The essays on this site--on narcissism, adult children of narcissistic parents, relationship issues, depression, parenting, and therapy--have drawn hundreds of thousands of readers and have been "lifesaving" to many. In addition, the Voicelessness and Emotional Survival Message Board has over 100,000 posts from people sharing (often for the first time) their personal experience with these and other topics. The Message Board has become a valuable resource for those wishing to learn more about narcissistic parents, spouses, partners, boyfriends/ girlfriends, siblings, bosses, and co-workers.
Featured twice in New England Psychologist, Dr. Grossman's work has also appeared in Psychology Today, Boston Magazine, the Boston Globe, Cosmopolitan (UK), and other magazines, books, and web sites. Also a playwright, his 10-minute comedy, Reality Book Group, was top-billed in the Boston Globe (selected from 400 plays by New England playwrights), and performed at the 2012 Boston Theater Marathon.
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Copyright © 2015 by Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. · All Rights reserved · E-Mail: ragrossman@voicelessness.com
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Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. Psychologist Voicelessness and


Why Do Some People Choose One Bad Relationship After Another?

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Copyright © 2009 by Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. · All Rights reserved · E-Mail: ragrossman@voicelessness.com


Why Can't Some People Maintain Intimate Relationships?

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Copyright © 2009 by Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. · All Rights reserved · E-Mail: ragrossman@voicelessness.com


Voicelessness.com--Are We a Match?

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Copyright © 2009 by Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. · All Rights reserved · E-Mail: ragrossman@voicelessness.com Are We a Match?


Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D., Psychologist, Brookline, MA

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Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. Psychologist

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For the past 30 years, Dr. Richard Grossman has maintained a psychotherapy practice focusing on relationship problems, depression, and general life dissatisfaction. Much of his work has centered on the treatment of adult children of narcissistic parents, people with narcissistic spouses or partners, and those left "voiceless" as a result of early loss or trauma. Prior to entering private practice, he taught and supervised in the internship and postdoctoral psychotherapy programs at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School in Boston where he was on staff.
Dr. Grossman started the Voicelessness and Emotional Survival web site (see links to the right) in 1999. The essays on this site--on narcissism, adult children of narcissistic parents, relationship issues, depression, parenting, and therapy--have drawn hundreds of thousands of readers and have been "lifesaving" to many. In addition, the Voicelessness and Emotional Survival Message Board has over 100,000 posts from people sharing (often for the first time) their personal experience with these and other topics. The Message Board has become a valuable resource for those wishing to learn more about narcissistic parents, spouses, partners, boyfriends/ girlfriends, siblings, bosses, and co-workers.
Featured twice in New England Psychologist, Dr. Grossman's work has also appeared in Psychology Today, Boston Magazine, the Boston Globe, Cosmopolitan (UK), and other magazines, books, and web sites. Also a playwright, his 10-minute comedy, Reality Book Group, was top-billed in the Boston Globe (selected from 400 plays by New England playwrights), and performed at the 2012 Boston Theater Marathon.
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Copyright © 2015 by Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. · All Rights reserved · E-Mail: ragrossman@voicelessness.com
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Richard A. Grossman, Ph.D. Psychologist Voicelessness and

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