Neil is unable to accept new clients at this time. Please check back for updates, as this changes frequently. Thank you!
“Watch your thoughts, they become your words; watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions, they become your habits; watch your habits, they become your character; watch your character, for it becomes your destiny” -unknown
Neil (He/Him) is a cisgender, gay licensed psychologist who works with Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing adults and couples (ages 18+) of all sexual orientations. He is hearing and skilled in American Sign Language. He has edited and written six books on providing mental health care to Deaf people, and consults to Deaf mental health programs in the state and nationwide. Neil has worked across the spectrum of mental health services including mental health clinics and private practice, as well as partial hospital programs, psychiatric inpatient units and emergency services. He is on the faculty at the UMass Medical School and taught in the graduate rehabilitation program at Assumption College for over a decade. Neil most often uses a therapeutic approach called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT, which for him means focusing on helping people develop skillful means of responding to life challenges. Neil asks a lot of questions designed to help people get unstuck, see things in more helpful ways, and come to have greater confidence in their own problem-solving abilities.
Deaf people can contact Neil via text at 508-397-5394 or email at Neilglickman@rcn.com. Additional contact may take place via Skype (neil.glickman2). Voicemail messages can be left at 508-650-0991, ext. 906. He accepts Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Tufts Health Plan HMO/PPO/GIC, Tufts Health Public Plans, Tufts Health HMO Medicare, Optum [including United Healthcare/Harvard Pilgrim/AllWays Health Partners], ‘out-of-network’ benefits and private pay.