Dave Weilburg, LCSW
David Weilburg, LCSW received his BA from Wheaton College in Sociology and a Masters in Social Work from Simmons University. David trained at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital (BIDMC) in Boston at an integrated primary care practice, where he provided psychotherapy and led support groups for adults. David also trained at a specialized school for children and adolescents with mental and behavioral needs in Concord, by providing clinical services to students, alongside their educators and other specialists.
As a therapist, David supports his clients in building skills and insight using Cognitive-Behaviorial Therapy (CBT), solution-focused therapy, and a psychodynamic approach to build an honest and open environment. David integrates mindfulness exercises in his practice to help clients understand the overlap between the mind, body, and inner self.
David focuses on treating anxiety, depression, and executive functioning skills needs. David’s fluid approach to therapy is to identify personal goals and potential for growth in order to challenge people to reach their full potential. David believes that rather than telling someone what to do or how to live their lives, a therapist is a resource to help individuals build confidence, self and social awareness, and to recognize their strengths in order to work towards their personal development goals.
David lives in Boston with his wife and their rescue dog. He enjoys hiking and going on bike rides in New England and once in a while, traveling across the country with friends. He enjoys learning more about how to connect with people and help others by staying curious, networking, and reading.