Counseling Services




Panic Attacks
Addictive Behaviors
Adjustment Problems
Anger Management
Terminal/Chronic Illness

Grief & Loss
Parent/Child Conflict
Domestic Violence

Children / Adolescents

Mind and Body

Conflicts with Others
Behavioral Problems
Low Self-Esteem

Relaxation Therapy
Wellness Care
Personal Growth
Self-Massage/ Stretching
Holistic Healing
Healthy Lifestyles

In the event of an emergency, you may call the Mobile Crisis Response Center
at (877) 652-7624, phone 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Call (973) 707-7003 for your FREE Initial Phone Consultation.

What can I expect when I sign up for counseling?

You can expect a safe, non-threatening and confidential setting. You will be able to express your fears, worries, anger and needs without any judgment. You should feel heard, understood and attended to. You will be met at the place where you are, and helped to process your feelings and thoughts in a caring manner, at a pace that is comfortable for you.

Psychotherapy involves regularly scheduled, 45-minute sessions. The frequency of sessions and duration of the therapy process depend upon the particular needs and goals of the client.

Fees, insurance carriers and appointments

To help us both determine if I am the right counselor for you, I offer a FREE initial phone consultation to all clients.

I do not bill electronically, and while operating according to State laws and standards, my practice is 100% private. My fee is $150 per session, payable in cash or by check at the time of service.

For your convenience, day and evening appointments are available.

Do you accept insurance?

All Blue Cross plans are accepted.

In addition, I am a fully credentialed and Licensed Professional Counselor. That means I am fully recognized by all insurance companies as reimbursable for third party payments. Payment for services is due at the time of service. If a client wishes to obtain reimbursement by their insurance company according to their out-of-network benefit schedule, you will be provided a receipt for services rendered. It is recommended that the individual wanting to submit a claim to their insurance provider first call about their benefits and verify out-of-network coverage for mental health services by a Licensed Professional Counselor.

Is therapy confidential?

In general, the law protects the confidentiality of all communications between a client and a psychotherapist. Information is not disclosed without written permission. However, there are number of exceptions to this rule. Exceptions include:


Call (973) 707-7003 for your FREE Initial Phone Consultation.