MA: Back Bay

Location Information

  • 800 Boylston St, 16th Floor, Boston, MA 02199
  • Tel: 617-507-1472 | Fax: 617-507-1426

Hours

Monday: 8 am - 9 pm
Tuesday: 8 am - 9 pm
Wednesday: 8 am - 9 pm
Thursday: 8 am - 6 pm
Friday: 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 8 am - 5 pm
Sunday: Closed

Getting Here

Paid parking is available in the Prudential garage, and limited street parking available on area streets. Closest T stops are Copley, Hines, Prudential, and Back Bay. Please bring a government issued ID with you to show at the building lobby check in desk before taking elevators to the 16th floor.

Staff at This Location

  • Joseph Yeretsian, MD FAPA

    OptiMindHealth President, Staff Psychiatrist

  • Catherine Auth, LICSW

    Staff Social Worker

  • Long Hin "Jacky" Siu, LMHC

    Staff Counselor

  • Kara Fitzgerald, PhD

    Staff Psychologist

  • Kenneth Kavanagh, PMHNP-BC

    Staff Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

  • Michaela Kearney, PMHNP-BC

    Staff Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

  • Rachel Paster, PsyD

    Staff Psychologist

Blog

ADHD in College Women

ADHD in College Women: 5 Things You Should Know Stop me if you’ve heard this one: a hard-working, successful young woman heads off to college…and everything falls apart. Not that funny, right? Unfortunately, for many women with ADHD, this is their story. Whether it’s when they make the jump to college life, or when they […]

Best Options for Insomnia

In July 2016, the American College of Physicians (ACP) conducted a review of randomized, controlled trials for insomnia treatment in English occurring from 2004 to September 2015, and arrived at the recommendation that Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) should be the first choice of treatment for chronic insomnia. A second recommendation was for clinicians to […]

ADHD Drugs in College

With a new semester beginning, campus-adjacent pharmacies might do well to stock up on ADHD medications. The startling truth is that the prevalence of ADHD medications on college campuses is astounding and may reflect dangerous misuses of the drugs. “Study Drug” Abuse Rising Studies on prescription drug misuse have found that between 7% and 33% of college […]

The Bright Star