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Moving forward, together.

A Community For Building ConfidenceSelf-WorthGratitudeConnectionsPeace of MindYour Best Self

ZAMA is a psychotherapy and psychiatric outpatient treatment center, with offices in DC and Massachusetts.

Book a consultation with one of our licensed therapists or psychiatric providers today.*

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*We apologize, but we can only accept DC and MA residents.
All of our services are currently provided virtually.

How it
Works

Find your
provider

Find the best time for you to meet with one of our licensed therapists or psychiatric providers today.

Develop
a plan

Work with our clinicians to develop an actionable plan that fits you.

Join our
community

Be a part of the movement towards living a more meaningful, healthier, and balanced lifestyle.

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Community Stories

is a lifestyle.

We are focused on developing our best selves through psychotherapy and medical options, fitness and nutrition, social connections, and support groups.

We are a community of friends and families, artists
and athletes, musicians and executives.

We believe in helping you develop a personal toolkit for overcoming daily obstacles and challenges. Get help today.

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Our Vision

Jane co-founded ZAMA after working for 15 years as the Associate Medical Director on both a general psychiatric unit and the only inpatient eating disorder unit in Massachusetts.

An integrative wellness approach.

Our platform will provide physical, nutritional, and social services to patients as we expand. Our first priority is to offer the most effective psychotherapy and medical treatment services to local residents.

We partner with educational institutions, local businesses, and nonprofits to provide you with outstanding care.

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Jane Sullivan,
Chief Clinical Officer

Jane Sullivan has over 25 years of experience working with adults 18+ years of age seeking psychopharmacology for symptoms related to their mood disorders, substance abuse disorders, ADD/ADHD, and eating disorders.