Teletherapy for New Jersey

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David Patrick Munck
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW, LCADC-I, ICGC-C
Verified
C.G. Jung stated, "In many cases in therapy the patient who has come to us has a story that is not told, and which as a rule no one knows of. To my mind, therapy only really begins after the investigation of that wholly personal story. It is the patient's secret, the rock against which s/he is shattered." My practice involves creating a client/therapist relationship and environment where this wholly personal story can be explored and brought to consciousness. I work to create a safe, accepting, nonjudgmental, and collaborative space that will bring wholeness and meaning to the suffering that every human experiences.
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(646) 798-2822 
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Highland Park, NJ 08904
Offers online therapy
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Chris Warren-Dickins
Licensed Professional Counselor, LLB, MA, LPC
Verified
Without the right help, mental health issues can impact your career and your family. Whether you need help with anxiety, stress, depression, or relationship conflict, I can offer you a tailor-made, professional psychotherapy service without compromising on quality. In 2010 I published research on men's health, and ever since I have been helping men to resolve their difficulties.
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(201) 862-7776 
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Ridgewood, NJ 07450
Offers online therapy
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Max Laffend: Couples, Adults, LGBTQ
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
Verified
As a Queer/LGBTQ individual who has worked extensively within my community I have learned that everyone has their own idea of what it means to suffer, but need not approach it alone nor without help. First and foremost the understanding that both individual needs and relationships are unique on a case by case basis informs the work my clients and I do together. If you are not feeling seen or heard in your relationships with others, be it romantic or otherwise, we can work together to build the needed skills for you or you and your partner to better navigate needs.
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(551) 226-8361 
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Jersey City, NJ 07302
Offers online therapy
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Nick Wohlschlegel
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
Verified
Welcome, thank you for taking the first step in your journey of self-love. In an ever-changing world filled with twists, turns, and unexpected outcomes it can be challenging to develop a self-care routine that promotes a strong sense of both, self-esteem and self-love. During our work together we will share a safe, confidential, and nonjudgemental space for you to tell your story, as we embark on this journey of discovery and self-love. Collectively we'll work towards developing a deeper understanding of who you are and what it looks like for you to share your story.
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(732) 479-8938 
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New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Offers online therapy

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Teletherapy
Teletherapy and Online counseling have grown enormously as a medium for therapy since the advent of social distancing. Most therapists are happy to provide sessions by video or phone.

All professionals are licensed to provide video therapy to clients within the State in which they hold their license. Cross State licensing exists, but is rare.

So if you're a client in New Jersey, this list of teletherapists are licensed to provide therapy to you online (by phone, video or text based chat) because they are within your state. They are sorted nearest to furthest, with professionals in New Jersey listed first.

Teletherapy via phone or video can be very similar to conventional in person sessions. The message is the same, even if the medium is different. There are some advantages in the form of convenience, lack of travel and being in comfort of your own home. Set against those, professionals find it more difficult to read non-verbal signals of their clients, and you may find you yourself can be more easily distracted.