- Mike, 44, a sales rep who’s missing quota and just got an ultimatum from his wife about his drinking and DUI arrests
- Riyanna, 39, a teacher and mom of two healthy happy daughters, yet brimming over with unexplained anxiety and guilt
- Brad, 52, a financial advisor who’s nearly drained his savings and home equity to pay for numerous prescription and street drugs
- Sheryl, 50, an RN who’s terrified that her hospital will discover that she’s been abusing prescription drugs
- Kasey and Colin, both 40, sick of their fights and worried about how it’s affecting their young kids
If it were easy to change, you would have done it by now. The truth is that drug and alcohol dependency and mental health issues can seem even more difficult to tackle when everything that matters most is at risk: family and friends, jobs, homes, savings — your own sense of self-worth.
You're not Alone.
Everyone says these are your “prime years,” right? Yet the pressure to achieve, perform, and provide can be relentless.
Plus, new challenges keep popping up that nothing prepared you to handle: getting Dad to stop driving, dealing with a toxic supervisor, or struggling with a cancer diagnosis.
You don’t have to figure it all out by yourself.
We can help.
Here, you are always welcome. We offer a safe environment and expert, professional help so you can find your “new normal” and regain control of your own thoughts and actions. You’ll probably find that even broken relationships can often start to heal, and that support often comes when you least expect it.
Just call our office at (973) 989-7500 to schedule your initial assessment. If you don’t reach us live, expect a callback within an hour.
During your initial diagnostic assessment, we focus on you as an individual with unique and important priorities, experiences and challenges, including:
- Your concerns about your life, family and work relationships and the events that have brought you to this point in your life
- Your medical and health status — for example, perhaps you have a Type 2 diabetes diagnosis, depression, alcohol use and chronic pain from an old car accident
- How you’ve already tried to improve your situation — what’s worked and what hasn’t
- Your personal treatment goals…and beyond treatment, your hopes and dreams for your life
We then tailor a treatment plan specifically to you, including one or more of these treatment strategies:
- Short-term group therapy or individual psychological counseling for stress, anxiety, depression or other mental health concerns
- Intensive outpatient treatment for alcohol or drug abuse, which combines weekly group meetings and one-on-one counseling for several months
- Relapse prevention program, individual and group sessions that reinforce new skills and addresses new challenges before they turn into old problems
- Access to 12-step meetings for those who find them helpful
- Medication-assisted treatment using Suboxone or Vivitrol