Testimonials

"I have the distinct pleasure of knowing Merle as a colleague and have referred many people with anxiety-related physical concerns to her. They become free of symptoms because of Merle's enormous skill as a hynotherapist and counselor. She is bright, thoughtful, and innovative."

Dr. Jennifer Coplon
Director, Managed Care Programs
Tufts Managed Care Institute
Private Practice, Lexington

"Merle's techniques for stress management, couple communication, and decision-making have been used nationwide since 1982. I often use her creative problem-solving interventions with my clients."

Aline Zoldbrod, Ph.D.
Men, Women, Infertility; Sex Smart and
Getting Around the Boulder in the Road
Private Practice, Lexington

"I strongly recommend Merle. Her work is fast and effective. I have collaborated with her for several years, and have sent many clients to her because of her unique skill in hypnosis."

Jenny Phillips, Ph.D., M.S.N.
Senior Clinician
Concord Hillside Medical Associates/Lahey

"Merle is a gifted psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. She offers her clients a unique blend of knowledge and creativity through her sessions and custom-made recordings."

Judy Osher, Psy. D
Former Instructor in Psychology
Harvard Medical School
Private Practice, Lexington

"Merle offers her clients a wonderful blend of wisdom, humor and compassion. She skillfully guides her clients towards their goals for healing and achievement and makes such a difference in people's lives. She is remarkably successful at helping insomniacs sleep through the night. I highly recommend Merle's work."

Leigh Gray, LICSW
Private Practice, Newtonville, MA

"Merle Bombardieri's work has set the standard for infertility counseling. Her techniques for facilitating couple communication are used nationwide. She has made a tremendous contribution to the understanding and treatment of the difficult issues and decisions regarding fertility and parenthood."

Harriet Simons, LICSW, Ph.D.
Wanting Another Child: Coping with Secondary Infertility
Editor: Infertility: Medical, Emotional, and Social Considerations
Adjunct Associate Professor, Smith College, School for Social Work
RESOLVE Support Group Leader