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LCPC
Roseland, NJ
Stop feeling like your life is out of control and start confidently calling the shots. Your children, your job, your home responsibilities, they all demand so much of your time that you feel like you don't have choices, but you do. You've made it this far, now is the time to take a breath, look a...

Next Availability: Monday, 05/30


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Psychotherapist
Woodland Park, CO | Arlington, TX | Byram, NJ
ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS I started my practice in New Jersey after graduating from Rutgers in 2006 and completing 2 years of clinical supervision. In 2012 I relocated to Colorado and had to close the doors in New Jersey. Colorado has been a dream, I love being outdoors, camping, hiking and playing ...

Next Availability: Monday, 05/30


Behavioral Health Therapist
Woodbury, NJ
Hello, My name is Suzanne Petrucci MSW, LCSW and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapist with aN OUT-patient and virtual practice in New Jersey and a virtual practice in my HIPAA compliant home office in Delaware. I have been working in the field of ment...

Next Availability: Monday, 05/23


Behavioral Health Therapist
Hello. I am glad that you are here. Taking the first step can be difficult. My goal as your therapist is to provide you with a safe, relaxing space filled with understanding and respect. I utilize a person-centered, non-judgmental, and strength based approach. Together, we can seek and explore ho...

LCSW
Moorestown, NJ
Jes is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and earned her master’s degree from Rutgers University. Jes understands that it is a courageous step to begin therapy and is passionate about creating a nonjudgmental, caring, and respectful environment where her clients feel safe to share openly and hones...

Next Availability: Tuesday, 05/24


Behavioral health therapy
I typically work with clients who tend to feel any combination of the following: depressed, anxious, overwhelmed, over-stressed, or "stuck." Things aren't working in their life. They're at a loss as to what to do to improve their sense of well-being. They would love to be happier but what they're...

No availability for new clients


MSW, LCSW
Teaneck, NJ
My therapeutic approach seeks to raise self-awareness and to equip clients with the insights and coping skills to address anxiety, depression, other mental health disorders, adjustment to life and career changes, and the challenges and stressors of everyday life. I draw from several techniques, a...

No availability for new clients


Mental Health Counseling
Schooleys Mountain, NJ
Experiencing anxiety, panic attacks, depression, or any issue that impacts our well-being can feel like an unconquerable battle. However painful or challenging your circumstances may be, in this moment of seeking help, there is hope. Through building awareness, practicing mindfulness, challenging...

LPC
Newfield, NJ | Northfield, NJ
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of New Jersey and I am also registered to provide telemental health services to residents of Florida. I earned a Masters of Science Degree in Counseling with a focus on Mental Health from Wilmington University. I moved to The United States from ...

No availability for new clients


LCSW
Madison, NJ
No matter what is pushing you to seek help and support, it takes tremendous courage to decide to enter therapy. It can be a scary proposition to ask for help and take the risk of being vulnerable. My hope is that together we can embark on a journey of exploration, and address the areas of your li...

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