Kumiko Ide

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Kumiko Ide

Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT


279 Massachusetts Av
Arlington, Massachusetts 02474

Additional Location

49 Hancock St
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

Specialties & Expertise

  • Relationship Issues

  • Divorce

  • Life Coaching



  • Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)

  • Adults


AllWays Health Partners


Behavioral Health Systems

BlueCross and BlueShield

Harvard Pilgrim




Personal Statement

I've been working with many young adults, especially Asian-Americans who are dealing with turning points in their lives such as relationships, career, and identities. I see many bi-cultural/bi-racial couples, families, and their children.

Based on social consutraction and Asian culture, I am humble, humanistic, and collaborative with clients. I believe clients are experts. I can be very sensitive and respectful to clients. I keep myself always curious about clients and am open to learn from them.Cost per Session: $80 - $150.Also speak Japanese


  • Years in Practice: 15+ Years

  • School: Florida State University

  • Year Graduated: 1997

  • License and State: 1149 Massachusetts

Scott Tanaka

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Scott Tanaka



8500 16th St., Apt. 110

Silver Spring MD 20910

Specialties & Expertise

  • Mental Health And Gerontology



  • Adults


  • Out of Network

Professional Statement

I have my master's degree in social work from the University of Southern California and have a concentration in mental health and gerontology. Most of my clinical experience comes from my field placements that I did during grad school. I am not currently licensed and I am not currently working in mental health, but I am still happy to get involved. My plan is to eventually get licensed and work on obtaining my hours for licensure. I also have several years of personal experience with therapy.

I do not have actual certifications, but I have been trained in cognitive behavioral therapy, problem solving therapy, and SBIRT (screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment). During grad school I worked in hospice care. I worked with patients and their caregivers, ensuring that the patient was as comfortable as possible and that both the patient and caregiver had the support they needed. I also ran a support group for children who recently lost a loved one. During my second year of grad school, I worked in a memory and aging center where I worked with patients with Alzheimer's Disease.

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