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"Hello and Welcome! I’m Joshua Taffet, a licensed psychotherapist. I'm pleased you've taken this courageous step toward claiming a better "You". A little about me: I earned my Masters in Social Work from NYU, graduating in the top of my class. My clinical practice involves working with young adults, adults and couples struggling with: addictions, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, adjustment issues, LGBT issues and those who generally want to live more free, more authentic lives. My style is warm, empathic and collaborative. I aim for all my clients to feel completely heard and understood, without judgment. "
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"Hello and Welcome! I’m Joshua Taffet, a licensed psychotherapist. I'm pleased you've taken this courageous step toward claiming a better "You". A little about me: I earned my Masters in Social Work from NYU, graduating in the top of my class. My clinical practice involves working with young adults, adults and couples struggling with: addictions, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, adjustment issues, LGBT issues and those who generally want to live more free, more authentic lives. My style is warm, empathic and collaborative. I aim for all my clients to feel completely heard and understood, without judgment. "
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"Welcome to my profile! I would like to work with clients who are ready to work on themselves and who are receptive and open minded to treatment. My ideal client is someone who appreciates slowly building rapport and trust and is welcoming to the therapeutic relationship. I strive to create a friendly, genuine and judgement free environment and work towards helping my clients find strength, peace of mind, clarity and resolution of their problems and a determination that after completion of their treatment goals, they can face the world as a stronger and more self- aware individual."
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"Welcome to my profile! I would like to work with clients who are ready to work on themselves and who are receptive and open minded to treatment. My ideal client is someone who appreciates slowly building rapport and trust and is welcoming to the therapeutic relationship. I strive to create a friendly, genuine and judgement free environment and work towards helping my clients find strength, peace of mind, clarity and resolution of their problems and a determination that after completion of their treatment goals, they can face the world as a stronger and more self- aware individual."
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"We sometimes lack skills to negotiate life's challenges, whether they occur at home, in school, or in the work place. Resolving adversity requires resiliency, problem-solving, and coping mechanisms. Learning to identify triggers and stressors, focus on strengths, and work collaboratively to address concerns in a safe and judgement-free space, can help to produce positive change. "
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"We sometimes lack skills to negotiate life's challenges, whether they occur at home, in school, or in the work place. Resolving adversity requires resiliency, problem-solving, and coping mechanisms. Learning to identify triggers and stressors, focus on strengths, and work collaboratively to address concerns in a safe and judgement-free space, can help to produce positive change. "
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"There are no ideal clients because there are no ideal people. I work with a large range of people and am interested in individual and cultural differences. I am comfortable asking questions and learning. We will be having a conversation with the goal of helping you understand yourself, your motivations and your relationships. I view this as a collaboration. I like to be challenged and I hope that you like to be challenged also. We will talk about your present, your past and your goals for the future. I can do relatively short term or relatively long term treatment."
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(848) 216-2154 x07042
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"There are no ideal clients because there are no ideal people. I work with a large range of people and am interested in individual and cultural differences. I am comfortable asking questions and learning. We will be having a conversation with the goal of helping you understand yourself, your motivations and your relationships. I view this as a collaboration. I like to be challenged and I hope that you like to be challenged also. We will talk about your present, your past and your goals for the future. I can do relatively short term or relatively long term treatment."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I offer the unique option of Telehealth, In-Home or In-Office therapy. I work with children, adults and families struggling with overwhelming feelings, disordered eating/body image, trauma, anxiety, depression or general life obstacles. I believe that the way you view yourself, your relationships with others, and the world is a gateway to the therapeutic experience. My clients would describe my warmth, compassion, use of humor and realism as a recipe for connection and safety within our relationship. I am an active participant during sessions and willing to be vulnerable to move my client to a place of change."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(551) 239-1603
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"I offer the unique option of Telehealth, In-Home or In-Office therapy. I work with children, adults and families struggling with overwhelming feelings, disordered eating/body image, trauma, anxiety, depression or general life obstacles. I believe that the way you view yourself, your relationships with others, and the world is a gateway to the therapeutic experience. My clients would describe my warmth, compassion, use of humor and realism as a recipe for connection and safety within our relationship. I am an active participant during sessions and willing to be vulnerable to move my client to a place of change."
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"I specialize in treating problems related to anger, anxiety, and depression using a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness techniques. I help clients develop healthier thinking patterns and relationships, while also teaching concrete coping skills. "
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(973) 577-7996
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"I specialize in treating problems related to anger, anxiety, and depression using a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness techniques. I help clients develop healthier thinking patterns and relationships, while also teaching concrete coping skills. "
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Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC
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"Are you having difficulty connecting to others, self-acceptance, relationships, or struggling with sadness and anxiety? You're tired of feeling defeated by the stressors of every day, and miss the passion for life and love that you once had. Between work and home you're experiencing such high levels of stress and anxiety that you can barely take it. You're feeling trapped in these feelings of sadness, disconnection and shame, yet too numb to change it. You dream of finding joy and meaningful connection to others again, but don't know where to start. Let’s find the best balance for you and transform your life into something you love!"
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(862) 277-5210
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"Are you having difficulty connecting to others, self-acceptance, relationships, or struggling with sadness and anxiety? You're tired of feeling defeated by the stressors of every day, and miss the passion for life and love that you once had. Between work and home you're experiencing such high levels of stress and anxiety that you can barely take it. You're feeling trapped in these feelings of sadness, disconnection and shame, yet too numb to change it. You dream of finding joy and meaningful connection to others again, but don't know where to start. Let’s find the best balance for you and transform your life into something you love!"
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
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" I provide compassionate Eating Disorder and DBT services for children, adolescents, and adults, pursuing Eating Disorder recovery and mental health resiliency. I use evidenced-based psychotherapeutic interventions to assist clients in facing the challenges of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and traumatic stress. I am currently engaged in training for certification in CBT-E with the Credo-Oxford Institute in the UK. "
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(862) 305-9941 x4
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" I provide compassionate Eating Disorder and DBT services for children, adolescents, and adults, pursuing Eating Disorder recovery and mental health resiliency. I use evidenced-based psychotherapeutic interventions to assist clients in facing the challenges of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and traumatic stress. I am currently engaged in training for certification in CBT-E with the Credo-Oxford Institute in the UK. "
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"My orientation to psychotherapy is to approach every session as a creative undertaking, whether it is with an individual or a group, a couple or a family, a child, an adolescent, or an adult. This is true for every stage of the treatment process, beginning with engagement and problem clarification, with developing a working relationship based on trust, and moving constructively forward in relation to established objectives. The process of each session involves engaging purposefully to facilitate problem resolution, newness, and growth. When appropriate the course of treatment can be as brief as three sessions."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(973) 841-4160
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"My orientation to psychotherapy is to approach every session as a creative undertaking, whether it is with an individual or a group, a couple or a family, a child, an adolescent, or an adult. This is true for every stage of the treatment process, beginning with engagement and problem clarification, with developing a working relationship based on trust, and moving constructively forward in relation to established objectives. The process of each session involves engaging purposefully to facilitate problem resolution, newness, and growth. When appropriate the course of treatment can be as brief as three sessions."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"For 30+ years, I have helped couples begin or repair relationships by helping each partner identify their strengths & needs. I help kids go from F's & D's to A's & B's, without ADHD drugs. Working with parents & teachers, we develop new tools to motivate your kids. Along with traditional therapies I also offer neurofeedback to improve memory & focus & reduce test anxiety along with biofeedback to reduce blood pressure, stress levels, migraines & to improve sleep. You'll learn to maximize your strengths effectively in your work and personal life. Clients know that I really care about them & THEIR goals."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(973) 947-4839
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"For 30+ years, I have helped couples begin or repair relationships by helping each partner identify their strengths & needs. I help kids go from F's & D's to A's & B's, without ADHD drugs. Working with parents & teachers, we develop new tools to motivate your kids. Along with traditional therapies I also offer neurofeedback to improve memory & focus & reduce test anxiety along with biofeedback to reduce blood pressure, stress levels, migraines & to improve sleep. You'll learn to maximize your strengths effectively in your work and personal life. Clients know that I really care about them & THEIR goals."
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"My practice offers a variety of treatment options based on the client's needs and goals. After a thorough assessment some of the following treatment options may be recommended: individual psychotherapy, family therapy, marriage counseling, divorce counseling, or group therapy. Dialectic (DBT) and Cognitive (CBT) behavioral therapy techniques and practical interventions used in sessions will provide the client with tools and coping strategies to use between sessions. The therapeutic experience will assist clients with facilitating long term change, reducing anxiety and improving interpersonal relationships."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(973) 928-0816
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"My practice offers a variety of treatment options based on the client's needs and goals. After a thorough assessment some of the following treatment options may be recommended: individual psychotherapy, family therapy, marriage counseling, divorce counseling, or group therapy. Dialectic (DBT) and Cognitive (CBT) behavioral therapy techniques and practical interventions used in sessions will provide the client with tools and coping strategies to use between sessions. The therapeutic experience will assist clients with facilitating long term change, reducing anxiety and improving interpersonal relationships."
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"As I reflect on my many years of practicing psychotherapy , I have found that what has been the most helpful is the authenticity of the therapeutic relationship. This is where you, the client, will learn to trust and open up about yourself. This process of self reflection will help you identify and understand the deeper parts of you. Whether your problem is self esteem, family issues, or intimacy , understanding yourself in a meaningful way will allow you to be more content in your daily living. Psychotherapy is a place where you can learn to feel better about yourself."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(862) 210-9947 x2
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"As I reflect on my many years of practicing psychotherapy , I have found that what has been the most helpful is the authenticity of the therapeutic relationship. This is where you, the client, will learn to trust and open up about yourself. This process of self reflection will help you identify and understand the deeper parts of you. Whether your problem is self esteem, family issues, or intimacy , understanding yourself in a meaningful way will allow you to be more content in your daily living. Psychotherapy is a place where you can learn to feel better about yourself."
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"Do you feel stuck in your relationship? Disconnected? I believe the potential for happiness and fulfillment in both one's relationship with themselves and others is universal. Sometimes it is a matter of seeking support in developing the tools to unlock this potential. Through EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) I have been able to help couples/individuals move beyond negative patterns that often leave one stuck which often leads to anger, criticism and resentment. I understand taking this leap in seeking support is not always easy and can be painful. I am committed to creating a safe, respectful and non-judgmental environment."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(973) 440-2269
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"Do you feel stuck in your relationship? Disconnected? I believe the potential for happiness and fulfillment in both one's relationship with themselves and others is universal. Sometimes it is a matter of seeking support in developing the tools to unlock this potential. Through EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) I have been able to help couples/individuals move beyond negative patterns that often leave one stuck which often leads to anger, criticism and resentment. I understand taking this leap in seeking support is not always easy and can be painful. I am committed to creating a safe, respectful and non-judgmental environment."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker who is committed to help you feel better, to be more productive and to have more satisfying relationships. I believe in partnering with my patients to create a life worth living. You can accomplish this by incorporating mindfulness exercises, learning new coping skills, exercise and strengthening relationships. Together we will explore the connections among these areas in order to help you become the best you possible."
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(973) 870-0601
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker who is committed to help you feel better, to be more productive and to have more satisfying relationships. I believe in partnering with my patients to create a life worth living. You can accomplish this by incorporating mindfulness exercises, learning new coping skills, exercise and strengthening relationships. Together we will explore the connections among these areas in order to help you become the best you possible."
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"The ideal client is a person who is interested in addressing personal and/or clinical issues as well as any situational concerns. My aim is to help people improve their lives and stay healthy. I will assist you to find inner strengths and areas to improve upon to define your best personal balance. My work relies on evidence based psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy to assist you to improve coping. I have worked with individuals and families."
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(201) 528-1048
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"The ideal client is a person who is interested in addressing personal and/or clinical issues as well as any situational concerns. My aim is to help people improve their lives and stay healthy. I will assist you to find inner strengths and areas to improve upon to define your best personal balance. My work relies on evidence based psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy to assist you to improve coping. I have worked with individuals and families."
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"I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process between therapist and client. I have a varied and flexible range of therapeutic modalities which, after ascertaining what is needed, I will tailor to each client. Every person is different and therapy is not a "one size fits all" endeavor. Some clients come with a specific problem they want to deal with, and some clients come with a feeling that their life isn't moving in the right direction but they don't really know why. I work in both short term and long term models."
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"I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process between therapist and client. I have a varied and flexible range of therapeutic modalities which, after ascertaining what is needed, I will tailor to each client. Every person is different and therapy is not a "one size fits all" endeavor. Some clients come with a specific problem they want to deal with, and some clients come with a feeling that their life isn't moving in the right direction but they don't really know why. I work in both short term and long term models."
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"Whether you are dealing with problems in your relationships, depression, anxiety or just coping with day to day issues that life can bring, it can be a hard task to do alone. It may feel like life is throwing punches at you from every direction and you don’t know what to do. Taking the first step is hard, but you have already done that because you are reading this. Allow me to accompany you on this journey to becoming a healthier you. I have been working in the behavioral health field over 15 years in various capacities and have an array of knowledge concerning human behavior and how to cope."
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(862) 225-6417
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"Whether you are dealing with problems in your relationships, depression, anxiety or just coping with day to day issues that life can bring, it can be a hard task to do alone. It may feel like life is throwing punches at you from every direction and you don’t know what to do. Taking the first step is hard, but you have already done that because you are reading this. Allow me to accompany you on this journey to becoming a healthier you. I have been working in the behavioral health field over 15 years in various capacities and have an array of knowledge concerning human behavior and how to cope."
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"Hello, I offer a warm and welcoming place for children and their parents to address challenges and grow beyond them. Whether you are just beginning to wonder if your child is having a difficulty or have been struggling for some time, I will help you understand your child's struggles in a productive way and what can be done to make daily living happier and more harmonious."
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(201) 425-4160
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"Hello, I offer a warm and welcoming place for children and their parents to address challenges and grow beyond them. Whether you are just beginning to wonder if your child is having a difficulty or have been struggling for some time, I will help you understand your child's struggles in a productive way and what can be done to make daily living happier and more harmonious."
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"In all his work, Chris always looks towards your empowerment and in that provides guidance and helps you to truly recognize your strengths and how to build upon them. Most every appointment is available and is as effective by phone or video chat (Zoom or FaceTime), and can further be more expeditiously scheduled these ways. Guidance, support, and objectivity are key elements in any service provided along with the addition of any tools and action plans as appropriate that have you manifest more of what you want being an active agent of your own change. Chris' experience is with ages 4 and up with children, adolescents, and adults."
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(201) 233-4838
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"In all his work, Chris always looks towards your empowerment and in that provides guidance and helps you to truly recognize your strengths and how to build upon them. Most every appointment is available and is as effective by phone or video chat (Zoom or FaceTime), and can further be more expeditiously scheduled these ways. Guidance, support, and objectivity are key elements in any service provided along with the addition of any tools and action plans as appropriate that have you manifest more of what you want being an active agent of your own change. Chris' experience is with ages 4 and up with children, adolescents, and adults."
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"The feeling when you can’t change a difficult situation can be paralyzing. However, feelings are not facts. I believe that therapy can provide you with the perspective and tools that can be life changing. Particularly with addiction, the understanding of what contributes to what now holds you captive can be the start that one needs to be liberated."
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"The feeling when you can’t change a difficult situation can be paralyzing. However, feelings are not facts. I believe that therapy can provide you with the perspective and tools that can be life changing. Particularly with addiction, the understanding of what contributes to what now holds you captive can be the start that one needs to be liberated."

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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in 07042 or for 07042 CBT therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 07042 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 07042

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 07042 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 07042 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 07042 or family therapy in 07042.