It has been my privilege for the last 30 years in assisting my clients in resolving a variety of challenges - anxiety, depression, unresolved grief, unresolved trauma (both childhood and adult), marital problems and divorce recovery. Often when faulty learning (i.e., Stinkin‘ Thinkin’) results from traumatic events or unhealthy relationships, effective help requires applying psychological, social and spiritual resources.
I believe that a person’s faith is an important resource in their recovery, and I am dedicated to wisely integrating the Christian faith with professional psychological therapies - i.e., Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Family Systems, and Imago Therapy.
is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in Clinical Social Work. He is a licensed clinical social worker (NJ Lic # SC0524055). His special interests include working with addictions, marital therapy, unresolved grief issues, ADHD, ACOA issues, and all types of childhood abuse trauma. He is also trained in EMDR and other non-verbal modalities.
is a graduate of Fordham University (MSW in Clinical Social Work). She is a licensed clinical social worker (NJ Lic # SC0526 I 900). She has a special interest in working with adolescents and women’s issues. She has a special expertise in the area of eating disorders and body image problems. She is also trained in EMDR.
Lewis P Giles, PhD
is a graduate of the Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA in Education) and Georgia State University (MEd in Counseling and Psychological Services) and Hofstra University (MA, PhD in Clinical & School Psychology). Dr Giles is a licensed psychologist (NJ Lic # 2533, NY Lic # 14202), who has an expertise in EMDR, dissociation, trauma therapy and marital therapy.
Mark Reed, PhD
is a licensed psychologist (NJ Lic # 03457) with degrees from Rutgers University (BA in Psychology) and Western Baptist Seminary (PhD in Clinical Psychology). Dr Reed has over 25 years of clinical experience working with men, women, adolescents and couples with a wide range of emotional and relational problems. These include depression, anxiety, sexually compulsive behavior, grief recovery and inner child work.