Jennifer Cartwright

I’ve had the privilege of dedicating five fulfilling years of my life to working with individuals from all walks of life, regardless of their age or cultural background.

Robert Rosolanko

I have over 15 years of experience working with clients suffering from chemical dependency/addiction issues, grief issues, depression

Nia Nanton

Nia Nanton is a Licensed Social Worker and a 200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher with 10 years of combined

Unlock Your Inner Happiness: The Ultimate Guide to Self-Care for Teens

Unlock Your Inner Happiness: The Ultimate Guide to Self-Care for Teens

Embracing the journey to happiness Happiness is something that we all strive for, especially during our teenage years when we are navigating through the ups and downs of adolescence. While external factors can certainly influence our happiness, the key to unlocking true inner happiness lies within ourselves. Self-care is not just a trendy buzzword, but […]

Embracing Diversity and Healing Together: Cultivating Cultural Sensitivity in Mental Health Support

Embracing Diversity and Healing Together: Cultivating Cultural Sensitivity in Mental Health Support

Embracing diversity and healing together Embracing diversity and cultivating cultural sensitivity in mental health support is essential for creating a more inclusive and effective healthcare system. In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of cultural competence in mental health services. This blog explores the significance of embracing diversity and provides […]

Angela Sims

Angela Sims is a Licensed Social Worker with 20 years of experience in the field. Her work began with adults and children with ASD in a variety of settings which included case management and setting up residential services for adults with disabilities. Angela was the director of a weekend camp for adults with autism and other neurogenic disorders for 9 years and served on the board of a nonprofit organization providing therapeutic art techniques to help individuals with ASD with self-regulation, independence, and self-Esteem.

Gabrielle Lankin

Gabrielle Lankin is a Licensed Master of Social worker with 9 years of experience working with adults, young adults, and teens. She has worked as a clinician in various environments, including mental health clinics, outpatient hospitalization, schools, and youth centers.

Deborah Popper

Deborah Popper is a Licensed Social Worker with experience in the nonprofit industry for the past 10 years. She has worked with children, young adults, and families with a heavy focus on behavioral issues, depression, and anxiety. She believes in creating a safe place for her clients, to express their needs and the goals that they have for themselves. She focuses heavily on modalities that are inclusive of mindfulness, CBT, and talk therapy. 

Raquel Martinez

Raquel Martinez is a Bilingual (English and Spanish) Licensed Mental Health Clinician, She has over 15 years of experience in individual, family, child, adolescent, and elder populations. She is  currently working in a Mental Health Clinic as a Psychotherapist and her specialization are depressive disorder, general anxiety, panic disorder, Grief/Bereavement Counseling, Disruptive Behavior Disorder, drugs/alcohol addictions, Domestic Violence, parenting skills, Issues with low-self -esteem, cultural shock and adaptation, PTSD, and other patients with severe Mental Health Conditions that also require monitoring Psychotropic medication compliance and Psychotherapy.

Marianne Cook

Prior to embarking on this rewarding career, Marianne Cook was a classically trained violinist who played professionally in NYC. She  earned a Masters Degree in Social Work from NYU in 2008 and is licensed to practice in NJ and NY.  Marianne Cook is passionate about meditation, nature and the healing power of a good laugh!