A collaborative approach.

Kip is not your typical mental health clinic. Kip sees you, our client, as part of a community that remains attuned to your ongoing, personal needs. We ensure that our clinicians have manageable caseloads so that they can focus on each of their client’s needs, and we all meet with you in our brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Chelsea. The Kip team meets weekly to evaluate their progress with all of our clients, and works tirelessly to grow and evolve with the changing needs of consumers and emerging mental health research.


KIP recognizes that the foundation of any successful psychotherapy treatment is the quality of the relationship with your provider. Our therapists receive intensive, on-going training and supervision on how to listen, evaluate, and respond to your needs as both a person and client. Beginning with your first consultation and thorough assessment with us we gather the necessary information to track your progress, and clarify what you are struggling with, what your needs are, and how you want to grow and change. We then work closely with you to match you to a therapist who best fits your needs and goals. 


KIP offered a series of psychotherapy groups throughout the year. Our groups are insight-oriented and tailored to optimize the specific needs of group members. We strive to keep our groups small in size in order to develop more meaningful and personal connections. Each group encourages interpersonal communication among the group members and the development of insight into the relational processes that emerge among participants.


Email groups@kiptherapy.com for more information.


Our clinicians specialize in working with the daily and lifelong challenges that people can encounter in their own identities. Whether you have experienced racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, or other forms of oppression in your life, Kip’s diverse team of clinicians strive to be deeply in tune with the ways these dynamics interact with your well-being and mental health. Many of our therapists personally and openly identify with a number of issues that people encounter regarding their own identities, including LGBT individuals and racial, ethnic, and cultural identities.

KIP offers a series of psychotherapy groups for LGBT people throughout the year. Our LGBT groups people address the issues that LGBT individuals commonly struggle with as throughout the lifespan, including intimacy and relationships, sex, addictions, coming out, shame, aging, loneliness, and body image.