Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LAMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"The decision to seek counseling is not always an easy one to make. It is important to me that I create a comfortable and safe space for my clients to share their experiences without judgment, so that they may feel supported and understood as we build trust and good rapport. Our time together is all about you and I hope to support and collaborate with you as you work towards your goals. Some of my approaches to therapy include Narrative therapy, Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Play therapy, Psycho-education, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems, and Solution-focused therapy."
Culturally Sensitive
Developmental Disorders
Blue Cross
(732) 333-3312
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Culturally Sensitive
Developmental Disorders
Blue Cross
"The decision to seek counseling is not always an easy one to make. It is important to me that I create a comfortable and safe space for my clients to share their experiences without judgment, so that they may feel supported and understood as we build trust and good rapport. Our time together is all about you and I hope to support and collaborate with you as you work towards your goals. Some of my approaches to therapy include Narrative therapy, Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Play therapy, Psycho-education, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems, and Solution-focused therapy."
Briget Nunn, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LAC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS!!! I am passionate about helping individuals find their own voice and discover the “root ball” from which their distress stems. I feel privileged to be allowed to be part of each client’s journey and have had the honor to witness many transformations. I firmly believe that this process begins with forming a trusting threptic relationship. Therefore I utilize a multicultural and strength based approach that meets the individuals where they are while building self-efficacy."
Culturally Sensitive
Developmental Disorders
Blue Cross
(732) 702-3016
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Culturally Sensitive
Developmental Disorders
Blue Cross
"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS!!! I am passionate about helping individuals find their own voice and discover the “root ball” from which their distress stems. I feel privileged to be allowed to be part of each client’s journey and have had the honor to witness many transformations. I firmly believe that this process begins with forming a trusting threptic relationship. Therefore I utilize a multicultural and strength based approach that meets the individuals where they are while building self-efficacy."
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Allison Dorlen Pastor, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have nearly 15 years of experience working with adolescents, adults and couples on a variety of issues, like anxiety, depression, addictive behavior and relationship conflicts. Using insight and effective learning strategies, I help people trapped in unproductive and unsuccessful behaviors to improve their health and enhance their relationships and work lives."
(609) 534-5768
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"I have nearly 15 years of experience working with adolescents, adults and couples on a variety of issues, like anxiety, depression, addictive behavior and relationship conflicts. Using insight and effective learning strategies, I help people trapped in unproductive and unsuccessful behaviors to improve their health and enhance their relationships and work lives."
Romelle Holmgren Lysenko, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Grief leaves you feeling hopeless and alone. Life as you know it has ended and everyone wants you to “get over it”. You don’t even recognize the person you have become. Following a loss, everything feels different. You don’t feel like you can relate to friends and the world around you as​ you did before."
(848) 565-7052
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"Grief leaves you feeling hopeless and alone. Life as you know it has ended and everyone wants you to “get over it”. You don’t even recognize the person you have become. Following a loss, everything feels different. You don’t feel like you can relate to friends and the world around you as​ you did before."
Karyn Bristol, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have over 17 years of experience helping adolescents, adults, and couples navigate difficult times, confusing and debilitating feelings, and complicated relationships. My treatment approach starts with the client--with the belief that everyone is exquisitely unique--and therefore therapy is not one-size-fits-all. I believe that being genuine with clients is essential; in my office you will find a healing conversation, not talking to a stone wall."
(508) 214-4216
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"I have over 17 years of experience helping adolescents, adults, and couples navigate difficult times, confusing and debilitating feelings, and complicated relationships. My treatment approach starts with the client--with the belief that everyone is exquisitely unique--and therefore therapy is not one-size-fits-all. I believe that being genuine with clients is essential; in my office you will find a healing conversation, not talking to a stone wall."
Jennifer Waldron, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"From an early age, we all learn ways to cope with stress, change, and new relationships. Sometimes, familiar coping strategies, which may have served you well in the past, are no longer effective as life inevitably changes. You may feel "stuck" in these moments and at a loss for how to move forward. I work to provide a safe therapy space to explore feelings of sadness, worry, and uncertainty. Together, we can develop new coping strategies and create a plan for positive change that feels meaningful to you."
(609) 362-5170
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"From an early age, we all learn ways to cope with stress, change, and new relationships. Sometimes, familiar coping strategies, which may have served you well in the past, are no longer effective as life inevitably changes. You may feel "stuck" in these moments and at a loss for how to move forward. I work to provide a safe therapy space to explore feelings of sadness, worry, and uncertainty. Together, we can develop new coping strategies and create a plan for positive change that feels meaningful to you."
Shira Schaktman, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that you have the power and opportunity to change your life through therapy. My specialty entails working with teenagers, young, and older adults who experience difficult and challenging relationships, with family, friends, colleagues, and intimate partners. Working with clients who desire healthy relationships but feel precluded from having them, as well as individuals who experience communication and trust difficulties is something I enjoy. My clients and I collaborate in the exploration of challenging relationships and the related symptoms, with a goal of seeking out solutions to personal hurdles."
(646) 461-2295
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"I believe that you have the power and opportunity to change your life through therapy. My specialty entails working with teenagers, young, and older adults who experience difficult and challenging relationships, with family, friends, colleagues, and intimate partners. Working with clients who desire healthy relationships but feel precluded from having them, as well as individuals who experience communication and trust difficulties is something I enjoy. My clients and I collaborate in the exploration of challenging relationships and the related symptoms, with a goal of seeking out solutions to personal hurdles."
Dorie Marcus Agarwal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA, CEAP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is about investing in yourself. Do you feel confused in your current situation, or seem to fall into unhealthy behavioral patterns? I have worked in business and clinical settings and appreciate the complexity of how psychological problems impact our personal and professional lives. My specialties are young adult issues (approx. age 18-35), life stage changes, occupational stress, personality disorders, and mood disorders. Each person is unique, as such I will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan. The goal of this experience will be to improve your life in meaningful ways."
(646) 246-1332
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"Therapy is about investing in yourself. Do you feel confused in your current situation, or seem to fall into unhealthy behavioral patterns? I have worked in business and clinical settings and appreciate the complexity of how psychological problems impact our personal and professional lives. My specialties are young adult issues (approx. age 18-35), life stage changes, occupational stress, personality disorders, and mood disorders. Each person is unique, as such I will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan. The goal of this experience will be to improve your life in meaningful ways."
Dr. Lienna Wilson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that no problem is too small when seeking help in a difficult situation. My goal is to create a warm and comfortable place where clients can share, grow and gain balance and fulfillment in their lives. As a clinical psychologist (licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania), I provide evidence-based treatment for problems including anxiety (and related disorders, such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder), depression and many other concerns, such as trauma and grief, substance abuse, adjustment difficulties or problems in interpersonal relationships. "
(609) 454-6619
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"I believe that no problem is too small when seeking help in a difficult situation. My goal is to create a warm and comfortable place where clients can share, grow and gain balance and fulfillment in their lives. As a clinical psychologist (licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania), I provide evidence-based treatment for problems including anxiety (and related disorders, such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder), depression and many other concerns, such as trauma and grief, substance abuse, adjustment difficulties or problems in interpersonal relationships. "
Frank W. Thewes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CCTP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Take two minutes and call me. Call 2-3 other therapists as well. You'll likely know on the phone who you'll feel comfortable working with. I work well with couples experiencing relationship roadblocks, adults seeking clarity and fulfillment, college students looking for direction, and adolescents learning to adjust to new challenges. We will form a partnership to find change, peace of mind, well-being, and healing. I will be there with you for professional guidance and support as you work to improve your life. I have worked with clients from all walks of life."
(609) 997-0731
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"Take two minutes and call me. Call 2-3 other therapists as well. You'll likely know on the phone who you'll feel comfortable working with. I work well with couples experiencing relationship roadblocks, adults seeking clarity and fulfillment, college students looking for direction, and adolescents learning to adjust to new challenges. We will form a partnership to find change, peace of mind, well-being, and healing. I will be there with you for professional guidance and support as you work to improve your life. I have worked with clients from all walks of life."
Maggie Furniss, Counselor
Counselor, Ed.S., LPC, BCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"**Welcoming new clients** Do you feel stuck or face a challenge that keeps you up at night? Getting support from someone on the outside can provide you with clarity about what's going on and find new ways to think about yourself and your relationships. You can feel calmer and more optimistic, turn goals into reality, consider new opportunities, and find a sense of peace in your daily life. Your past will come up but I don't believe spending years talking about mom and dad will help you feel better or more hopeful. Here's what will:"
(609) 337-3649
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"**Welcoming new clients** Do you feel stuck or face a challenge that keeps you up at night? Getting support from someone on the outside can provide you with clarity about what's going on and find new ways to think about yourself and your relationships. You can feel calmer and more optimistic, turn goals into reality, consider new opportunities, and find a sense of peace in your daily life. Your past will come up but I don't believe spending years talking about mom and dad will help you feel better or more hopeful. Here's what will:"
Diane A Adler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CEDS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you struggle with shame, depression, anxiety and self reproach about your compulsive eating? Are you also struggling with general anxiety and depression that is keeping you lonely and isolated even if you are in a relationship? In an empathic, collaborative manner I create a safe environment with a high level of skill, patience and creativity and sense of humor to help you make positive meaningful changes. My strong psychodynamic background is combined with other modalities in an integrated approach. Good therapy should offer knowledge and insight and provide practical tools to help you grow and strategies for coping."
(609) 916-1402
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"Do you struggle with shame, depression, anxiety and self reproach about your compulsive eating? Are you also struggling with general anxiety and depression that is keeping you lonely and isolated even if you are in a relationship? In an empathic, collaborative manner I create a safe environment with a high level of skill, patience and creativity and sense of humor to help you make positive meaningful changes. My strong psychodynamic background is combined with other modalities in an integrated approach. Good therapy should offer knowledge and insight and provide practical tools to help you grow and strategies for coping."
Anita McLean, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have over 15 years of clinical experience working with people from different backgrounds who are dealing with mental health concerns. Mental health can be compromised by chronic stress that negatively affects our mind and body. Stress can be a result of challenging workplace environments, family difficulties, personal emotional problems, or the experience loss or trauma. I have particular expertise in helping those working and living in intense high pressure environments and dealing with stressors that may have caused depression and anxiety, identity concerns, relationship problems, workplace conflicts or academic difficulties, family problems, and serious mental health challenges. I provide both individual and couples therapy."
(732) 603-1764
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"I have over 15 years of clinical experience working with people from different backgrounds who are dealing with mental health concerns. Mental health can be compromised by chronic stress that negatively affects our mind and body. Stress can be a result of challenging workplace environments, family difficulties, personal emotional problems, or the experience loss or trauma. I have particular expertise in helping those working and living in intense high pressure environments and dealing with stressors that may have caused depression and anxiety, identity concerns, relationship problems, workplace conflicts or academic difficulties, family problems, and serious mental health challenges. I provide both individual and couples therapy."
Ashley Paul Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a highly experienced therapist with a broad range of clinical expertise. I work with college and graduate age students and the general adult population."
(609) 770-5523
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"I am a highly experienced therapist with a broad range of clinical expertise. I work with college and graduate age students and the general adult population."
Archana Jain, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe therapy can help one learn to navigate strong emotions and better regulate one's responses to life's challenges. Feeling understood and validated by one's therapist can allow one to develop insight into thoughts, feelings and behaviors. In knowing the context and meaning that underlies how we relate to the self, to others and to the world, we have greater choice to break free from distressing patterns that may be keeping us stuck. Over time, the therapeutic relationship becomes the vehicle that allows one to carve a personal and professional life that feels satisfying and deeply meaningful."
(732) 532-3167
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"I believe therapy can help one learn to navigate strong emotions and better regulate one's responses to life's challenges. Feeling understood and validated by one's therapist can allow one to develop insight into thoughts, feelings and behaviors. In knowing the context and meaning that underlies how we relate to the self, to others and to the world, we have greater choice to break free from distressing patterns that may be keeping us stuck. Over time, the therapeutic relationship becomes the vehicle that allows one to carve a personal and professional life that feels satisfying and deeply meaningful."
Roberta Sloan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a licensed clinical social worker who treats individuals and couples coping with emotional distress, mental health disorders or interpersonal conflict. I provide a safe, empathetic, and supportive environment to assist clients in finding solutions to their problems. I specialize in treating depressive and anxiety disorders with an emphasis on mindfulness and behavioral coping skills. I help individuals find acceptance and relief from pain through supportive interventions. I recognize the potential for overcoming adversity and believe in the individual's capacity for growth using a strengths-based and solution-focused approach."
(609) 385-1808
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker who treats individuals and couples coping with emotional distress, mental health disorders or interpersonal conflict. I provide a safe, empathetic, and supportive environment to assist clients in finding solutions to their problems. I specialize in treating depressive and anxiety disorders with an emphasis on mindfulness and behavioral coping skills. I help individuals find acceptance and relief from pain through supportive interventions. I recognize the potential for overcoming adversity and believe in the individual's capacity for growth using a strengths-based and solution-focused approach."
Julie Neufeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in working with adolescents and young adults ages 13 to 30, but I do treat all adults. I have 20+ years of experience helping young people and their families negotiate major life transitions, relationship challenges, school related academic and social issues, as well as managing symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma and substance abuse. I understand the neccesity of collaborating with families of teens and individualizing each person's treatment approach. I am also aware of the specific dynamics of many of the local high schools and universities, and am able to assist students in navigating through those systems."
(914) 380-3834
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"I specialize in working with adolescents and young adults ages 13 to 30, but I do treat all adults. I have 20+ years of experience helping young people and their families negotiate major life transitions, relationship challenges, school related academic and social issues, as well as managing symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma and substance abuse. I understand the neccesity of collaborating with families of teens and individualizing each person's treatment approach. I am also aware of the specific dynamics of many of the local high schools and universities, and am able to assist students in navigating through those systems."
Linda Gilbert McDonald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Courage. That is what I hear when I am contacted for consultation. We will collaborate in a supportive environment to face challenges like being single (again), grief, strengthening a marriage, #MeToo, anxiety, codependency or procrastination. We do this by understanding and transforming barriers that block you from what you want in life. I have extensive training in the treatment of trauma/neglect. I have experience working with people from a variety of ethnicities, religious/spiritual backgrounds and sexual orientations. We will mindfully, focus on the present and briefly visit the past when it is influencing the present."
(609) 630-0984
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"Courage. That is what I hear when I am contacted for consultation. We will collaborate in a supportive environment to face challenges like being single (again), grief, strengthening a marriage, #MeToo, anxiety, codependency or procrastination. We do this by understanding and transforming barriers that block you from what you want in life. I have extensive training in the treatment of trauma/neglect. I have experience working with people from a variety of ethnicities, religious/spiritual backgrounds and sexual orientations. We will mindfully, focus on the present and briefly visit the past when it is influencing the present."
Nancy Talbot, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"I value the vital role of the therapeutic relationship in the process of healing and personal growth. My aim is to help clients become more aware of the thoughts and emotions that underlie their distress. With new insights, unhelpful emotional and behavioral patterns can change, opening up new ways of experiencing oneself and others. I see individuals who are struggling with feelings of sadness, disappointment and loss, as well as worry and anxiety. Many who seek care feel dissatisfied in their relationships, unfulfilled at work or in school, or are looking for ways to manage the stress of serious illness or life-altering events."
(609) 454-6320
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"I value the vital role of the therapeutic relationship in the process of healing and personal growth. My aim is to help clients become more aware of the thoughts and emotions that underlie their distress. With new insights, unhelpful emotional and behavioral patterns can change, opening up new ways of experiencing oneself and others. I see individuals who are struggling with feelings of sadness, disappointment and loss, as well as worry and anxiety. Many who seek care feel dissatisfied in their relationships, unfulfilled at work or in school, or are looking for ways to manage the stress of serious illness or life-altering events."
Path Forward Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Take two minutes and call me. Call 2-3 other therapists as well. You'll likely know on the phone who you'll feel comfortable working with. I work well with couples experiencing relationship roadblocks, adults seeking clarity and fulfillment, college students looking for direction, and adolescents learning to adjust to new challenges. We will form a partnership to find change, peace of mind, well-being, and healing. I will be there with you for professional guidance and support as you work to improve your life. I have worked with clients from all walks of life."
(609) 316-5516
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"Take two minutes and call me. Call 2-3 other therapists as well. You'll likely know on the phone who you'll feel comfortable working with. I work well with couples experiencing relationship roadblocks, adults seeking clarity and fulfillment, college students looking for direction, and adolescents learning to adjust to new challenges. We will form a partnership to find change, peace of mind, well-being, and healing. I will be there with you for professional guidance and support as you work to improve your life. I have worked with clients from all walks of life."

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