Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
License/State: 44SC05749000, NJ
You may be ready to take a courageous first step and choose a therapist for your needs. I treat your concerns in a non-judgmental environment of respect and confidentiality. I am certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This type of approach helps to better understand how your thoughts contribute to behaviors that may lead to emotional distress. CBT is effective to help anxiety, fears, obsessions/compulsions, relationship issues, self-esteem and depression.
I am certified in telehealth. We have immediate openings for anyone in need of services during this uncertain time. Insurances accepted.
In addition, I am a Certified Grief Recovery Counselor (The Grief Recovery Method). Grief is the normal and natural emotional response to loss. Death, divorce, pet loss, moving, starting college, change in finances, or an end to a romantic relationship can trigger a grief response. Grief is emotional, not logical. Our first contact will put your concerns at ease . I have helped individuals, couples, and families work through life’s difficulties. Call or email to schedule a phone consultation. My office staff will process your insurance for you.
Our first contact will put your concerns at ease . I have helped individuals, couples, and families work through life’s difficulties. Call or email to schedule a phone consultation. My office staff will process your insurance for you.
George Grant, LPC
License Number: 37PC00778700
People sometimes seek professional help for complex thoughts and feelings that might be depressive, obsessive, anxious, or ideas and feelings that somehow complicate life. Relationships at work, home, or even changes in life circumstances, including health, finances, and interpersonal situations, may trigger these complex mental states. The ability to share life’s struggles with an empathetic professional in a safe setting and together to set and work toward goals is therapeutic.
I work with people by consulting with them to understand what they want from treatment, how they would like their lives to be different, and how best to co-create is always at the center of the therapy. In addition to general practice, I also specialize in treating people with Asperger’s.
My background in counseling and psychoanalysis allows me to help clients explore their lives from multiple perspectives and enables me to suggest a wide range of possibilities. I am as comfortable addressing isolated issues as I am working with more pervasive ones, I see people of any sex, gender, orientation, race, or ethnicity from adolescence to old age.
Stephanie Sammarco, LPC, NCC, ACS
License/State: 37PC00521000, NJ
Hello there! I take an eclectic approach to counseling. First and foremost, establishing a trusting therapeutic alliance between client and therapist is of most importance. I use mainly a client-centered approach to the therapy along with cognitive-behavioral therapy mixed with other therapies depending on the client’s needs. I have been practicing mental health therapy for over 15 years. I have worked in non-profit mental health agencies where I performed outpatient therapy and was an intake coordinator. I have worked in hospitals and private practice. I have also done crisis work where I performed mental health assessments at a busy emergency room in New Jersey. Some of the students I have worked with have been from Rutgers University, College of NJ, and Princeton University who sometimes would seek therapy to find life direction, career counseling, anxiety, depression, LGBTQ related struggles and other issues. Couples, families, young adults and adults have been a significant part of my practice and nonprofit work.
First and foremost, establishing a trusting therapeutic alliance between client and therapist is of most importance.
Experience: Trained in EMDR, trained in Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Person-centered therapy, Psychodynamic therapy, Adlerian therapy, Family systems approach to families & couples.
Michelle Ten Eyck, LCSW
License/State: 44SC05440100 , NJ
My name is Michelle, and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have over 20 years of experience in this field, in various settings. I have experience working with individuals, families, adolescents and groups. I have worked with anxiety, mood disorders, stress, family and relationship issues, addiction, chronic illness, and serious mental illness, and how it affects the family.
I work with a non-judgmental, gentle style. I believe that the client must be truly comfortable, and feel safe, to get the most benefit from sessions. I believe in meeting the client where he or she is at, and creating a plan that works for each individual.
I use mostly Client-Centered theory, however some of my work includes some Cognitive Behavioral techniques. If you think we might work well together, please reach out to me.
Danielle Furslew, LPC, LCADC, NCC, CCS
Danielle is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor
(LCADC), Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Certified Clinical Supervisor (CCS) in the state of
New Jersey. She graduated from Rowan University with a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology and obtained
her Master’s Degree in mental health counseling with a specialized focus in addictions from Monmouth
Danielle has over 13 years experience in the field which includes previously working at a methadone clinic and as a care coordinator placing clients needing welfare assistance in substance use and/or mental health treatment. Her main focus is with the adult population struggling with substance use disorders but she also has experience with depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, and managing basic life stressors.
Danielle works from a client centered approach believing that each client has unique, individual needs
that cannot be met with only one modality. There is no “one size fits all” approach. She will help you to
develop personal goals, while empowering you to use your own life skills to manage emotions and
behaviors in a healthy manner. Danielle is passionate about supporting and guiding clients to reach their
In her spare time, Danielle enjoys spending time with her husband and son, exercising, traveling and
listening to music.
Jennifer Cozzolino, LCSW
Jenny received her Masters Degree in Social Work from Monmouth University and has been practicing as a clinical social worker for over nine years. She has worked with children, families, couples, and seniors. Jenny has extensive experience in treating anxiety, depression, and loss (grief counseling, relationship, independence, and/or loss of identity). Jenny also has an intense passion for working with families and or parents in helping develop strategies that will create a more balanced home life; allowing families to understand their dynamics in a nonjudgmental way while working at looking at their individual needs and hopes for the relationship.
Jenny uses a multitude of client centered approaches in therapy with a focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Strength Based Perspective, and Empowerment of the client.
I use mostly Client-Centered theory, however some of my work includes some Cognitive Behavioral I primarily use Cognitive-Behavioral and Psychodynamic interventions. As a Registered Play Therapist, I incorporate the expressive arts (play, music, art, sand tray) when working with children or adults. These Jenny chose to be a social worker to help others find their confidence and strength. She is a passionate therapist and strives to provide an empathic ear to help clients with self-reflection, understanding of their own emotions, and develop coping techniques that feel comfortable and appropriate for each individual client.