MA: Back Bay

Location Information

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


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

  • Michael Denton-Smith, LMHC

    Staff Counselor

  • Michaela Kearney, PMHNP-BC

    Staff Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

  • Rachel Paster, PsyD

    Staff Psychologist


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