You are busy. You are focused. You are working toward your goals. At times you feel like you are crushing it and living your best life. You’ve worked hard to get this far and that is to be commended!
Mental Health Matters
But at other times, something feels off. You feel overwhelmed, stressed, and burnt out. You are unsure of the next step you should take and everything seems like it’s weighing down on you. Classes. Assignments. Roommate stressors. Relationship demands. Maybe being away from home is more stressful than you thought it would be. Or perhaps commuting to college is draining you in more ways than you care to name. Maybe you’re thinking that you should have more of life figured out by this point in the game. Maybe you are not quite sure of what’s dragging you down, but you feel tired of being anxious, tired of being lonely, tired of being depressed, tired of being so irritable. You are tired of being tired.

You are ready to make a change!

Telehealth counseling can be convenient and accessible!

Telehealth appointments can be very beneficial when getting to an in-person appointment is not convenient, poses a health risk, presents accessibility challenges, or is simply your preferred method of meeting. Telehealth allows your provider to provide counseling via live video conferencing.  This can be done anywhere that you have access to a computer with a video camera or a smartphone.

You can feel better! We can help!

There are research-proven tools that therapists can use to help you build that confidence, improve your self-esteem, battle those moods, reach out socially, and help to uplift you to new heights! And the best thing – well, besides the evidenced-based backing that they work thing – is that there are many strategies that don’t take a long time to actually work. Some of the treatment approaches your therapist will use will come from forms of therapy known as CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), ACT (ACT Therapy), and MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction). Therapy is a very interactive process and works best when you approach it with an open mind and a willingness to try new things. But rest assured, you and your therapist will work collaboratively to identify goals for treatment and to discuss best approaches.

Let’s get started!

Yep! Just what we were thinking that you’d be thinking. So, to get started, you can simply give us a call. We’ll be happy to answer any initial questions you might have and to help you get set up with your awesome therapist! You can meet with your therapist in our office or via telehealth throughout New Jersey. We can even connect you with one of our incredible providers that can meet with you virtually (via PsyPact credentialing) in most states across the country.