Jane Johnson Wall

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Jane Johnson Wall
MA, LMFT
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About

Jane Johnson Wall
MA, LMFT

The decision to pursue therapy is not an easy one. We often find ourselves looking for a therapist during times of crisis, when we are feeling vulnerable. Please know that I appreciate the courage it takes to reach out, and I would be honored to share in your journey. I believe that the relationship between clinician and client is the foundation for a successful therapy experience. My interaction style is relaxed and open, and I can guarantee some laughs during every session. Although therapy can be challenging, it can also be very enlightening. Together, we can help you create the life you have always envisioned.

I utilize an eclectic approach, focusing on individual strengths. When working with me, traditional “talk” therapy is not the only option. I also offer evidence-based alternative treatments, such as TFT, with less focus on talking. For some people, this is an easier way to start the journey into therapy, especially when addressing traumatic events.

If you’re ready to explore taking the next steps, please reach out to me. A year from now, you’ll be glad you did!

Jane Johnson Wall
Finances
Insurance Accepted
BlueCross and BlueShield, Harvard Pilgrim, Optum, Tufts, UnitedHealthcare
Additional Fee Information

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Availability
Serving Clients In:
Massachusetts
Interaction Methods
Phone Video In-Person
Typical Session Times
Weekday Mornings, Weekday Afternoons
Office Location
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Focus
Counsels
Individuals
Specialization
Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, Coping Skills, Grief, Life Transitions, Postpartum, Pregnancy, Prenatal, Stress, Women's Issues
Client Age Groups
Adults
LGBTQ Ally
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Jane Johnson Wall