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Domestic Violence Therapists in Princeton

Linda B Weber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work with couples, individuals and families to help them accomplish small and large life goals. Together we overcome the obstacles a client is encountering. We address whatever prevents a person, couple or family from having as satisfying a relationship, job, or day to day living experience as they want. I believe in leveraging each individual's strengths, in helping people be their "best" self, and in supporting clients to effectively manage the transitions we all encounter as we travel our life journeys. Helping others "find their voice" is part of what makes my job exciting.
Domestic Violence
(609) 526-3203
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Joanne Dailey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice focuses on the treatment of adults who have concerns about relationships, parenting, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and sexual and physical trauma. Although I work primarily with individuals, sometimes the therapy will include family members. I am trained in EMDR for trauma issues and in Jin Shin Jyutsu, an energy body work.
Domestic Violence
(609) 643-0708
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Daniel Goldberg, Psychologist  in Princeton
“With over 25 years of experience in private practice and teaching other professionals, I work with adults, couples, and adolescents. Maybe more than anything else, the most important part of psychotherapy is the bond that is built between the therapist and person or couple seeking treatment. Warmth, humor, understanding the root of the problem, and the capacity to be frank and solution-oriented, when needed, all combine to promote a safe environment where people can find a way through their particular problem.
Domestic Violence
(856) 452-0662
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Laurie Posner, Counselor  in Princeton
“For over 30 years I have worked with clients who were coping with depression, anxiety, eating and personality disorders as well as other adjustment difficulties. I work with my clients using a variety of approaches in a collaborative effort to help them reach their defined goals. Together we focus on wellness, self-responsibility, and empowerment.
Domestic Violence
(609) 921-1769
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Yuko Tanaka Inzana, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My work begins with finding a client's inner strengths. As a compassionate, dedicated, and solution focused clinician, I strongly believe that an individual's strengths enable them to overcome their own struggles, and I enjoy assisting in that process of healing and personal growth. I am bilingual and bicultural and I welcome and respect each individual's unique values and beliefs from his/her cultural and religious standpoint.
Domestic Violence
(609) 957-6262
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Les Linet, Psychiatrist  in Princeton
“Dr. Linet is comfortable using psychotherapy or psychopharmacology. He has expertise treating anxiety, depression and disruptive/acting out behavior whether caused by psychological problems, ADHD, bipolar or other mood disorders. He wrote "The Search for Stimulation: Understanding ADHD," a link to which can be found at www.LesLinetMD.com. Dr. Linet appeared on television discussing OCD and Tourette Syndrome. He is one of a relatively few thousand physicians with a federal waiver to prescribe buprenorphine for addiction. He also counsels families and patients in handling substance abuse.
Domestic Violence
(609) 222-4900
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Jane C Collaso, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RYT, MSW, ACSW, LCSW
“Your decision to start therapy is a difficult one yet it can be a rewarding one. I believe that I can help you manage the stressors in your life, whether it is due to a relationship, work or any other overwhelming life situation. Life is filled with many "bumps in the road" that challenge us. With this challenge we are sometimes lost, confused and frustrated with not knowing what to do or how to cope with the situation. Sometimes it is helpful to discuss your problem with a supportive trained non-judgmental healer. Please contact me to arrange an initial consultation.
Domestic Violence
(609) 630-0936
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
H. Stacy Hoffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MDiv, MSW, LCSW
“I devote the majority of my practice to children & adolescents/young adults.. With kids ages 4-11, I use play therapy in combination with parental coaching, and coordination with the school system & other professionals. For adults, I combine the best of cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems theory, insight, and new cutting edge tools from the field of Energy Psychology, including Thought Field Therapy.
Domestic Violence
(609) 865-9902
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Sandra Weldon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am firm believer in the philosophy that the only constant in life is change. I work together with my patient to allow them to recognize that accepting change is an important quality for a successful and happy life. I value specifically tailoring a treatment plan to the individual to ensure we have a compassionate and understanding relationship on the road towards personal betterment/growth. I treat children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. I also provide counseling to couples and families.
Domestic Violence
(609) 422-5270
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Roberta Kaplan, Counselor  in Princeton
“I am a licensed Professional Counselor. The mental health issues that I specialize in are:interpersonal relationships, depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma, grief and loss, domestic violence and sexual assault. My approach incorporates many therapeutic techniques including: cognitive-behavioral therapy, psycho-educational therapy, art therapy, EMDR and Guided Imagery. Above all, I strive to establish a collaborative and respectful working relationship that provides a safe place to address a client's private concerns and to help them find their own direction towards healthy change.
Domestic Violence
(609) 283-2022
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Norbert A Wetzel, Psychologist  in Princeton
“My particular interests are * assisting couples (of any ethnic background or sexual orientation) to preserve intimacy and satisfaction during a lifetime together; * assisting families to weather the storms of adolescence and to maintain familial closeness; and * accompanying people diagnosed with "mental illness" or addiction on their journey back to wholeness and well being. I assist people in a comprehensive way and am available for free phone consultations before or between sessions. Now and then, I do assessments for immigration purposes or serve as expert in complex custody trials.
Domestic Violence
(609) 277-3225 x2
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Kristy Castle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"To Thine Own Self Be True" For the past 15 years I have worked with women, children, young adults and families. I have recently begun work with the geriatric population. I have years of training in holistic and innovative modes of therapy. I truly believe that the stress and difficulty that brings one to therapy is lessened almost immediately by the healing relationship that is created. My work with clients is based on the building of trust and mutual respect. Guiding you in finding the strength that I know ALREADY lies within. I offer individual, child and family psychotherapy.
Domestic Violence
(201) 254-5030
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Maggie Clune, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a caring, compassionate, professional therapist, highly experienced in providing individual, couples, family, and group therapy. My greatest asset is that I am highly committed to work with you in helping you experience relief from emotional pain, find fulfillment and love in your relationships with others, as well as peace, acceptance, and joy in your relationship to yourself. I consider my work my life's work. My clients find strength within themselves and in their relationships, as they seek to live with understanding and love more effectively each day. I am honored to be part of your journey.
Domestic Violence
(609) 921-2277
Princeton, New Jersey 08542
Abigail Hamilton, Psychologist  in Princeton
“Study after study indicates that what "works" in therapy is the quality of the relationship between the client and therapist. I create a strong relationship in which my clients feel safe and understood while sharing and exploring their lives. I conceptualize from a psychodynamic orientation and contour treatment to the specific needs of the individual.
Domestic Violence
(609) 375-8151
Princeton, New Jersey 08542
Judith Margolin, Psychologist  in Princeton
“All types of life experiences can effect how you feel about yourself and others. Your experiences form the lens through which you view your world, and your relationships. Symptoms of depression, anxiety, interpersonal conflicts, sexual issues, for example, emerge when old when the lens becomes clouded, or when ways of coping are no longer effective. As client and therapist, we will work together to address your particular concerns. We will focus on understanding your personal story and, with equal importance, on the development of a more effective repertoire of skills that you can use in order to feel better.
Domestic Violence
(609) 375-8105
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Dr. Joel Latner, PhD, Psychologist  in Princeton
“My work is in-depth and present-centered. While our backgrounds shape us, we are not limited by our experiencee. I want to help you to live your life with more zest, more depth and more skill.
Domestic Violence
(609) 435-1032
Princeton, New Jersey 08542
DJ Angelone, Psychologist  in Princeton
“My practice fits within an evidence based framework attempting to utilize treatments with empirical support while also taking into account individual client needs/goals. I generally adhere to a Cognitive-Behavioral (CBT) theoretical perspective, although my techniques can be considered Technically Eclectic. I primarily work with adolescents/adults with specialization treating anxiety, depression, anger, trauma/PTSD, couples/marital distress, adjustment issues, and addictions. I also conduct personality and cognitive testing for individuals.
Domestic Violence
(856) 324-3342
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Julie Neufeld, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in working with adolescents and young adults ages 13 to 30. I have 20 years of experience helping young people and their families negotiate major life transitions, relationship challenges, school related academic and social issues, as well as managing symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma and substance abuse. I understand the neccesity of collaborating with families of teens and individualizing each person's treatment approach. I am also aware of the specific dynamics of many of the local high schools and universities, and am able to assist students in navigating through those systems.
Domestic Violence
(914) 380-3834
Princeton, New Jersey 08542
George H Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSS, LCSW
“"What's wrong with this relationship?" The same troubling issues resurface over time and even seem to get worse. The truth is, all relationships must be nourished and nurtured to remain healthy. Effective communication is a key factor. Other common issues that can interfere with a strong and sustainable relationship include infidelity, anger, or a life transition. Your relationship may be challenged by financial problems, physical or mental illness, or an addiction. Contrary to popular belief, self-care is essential, as is quality couples time. Both are safeguards against personal and relationship burnout.
Domestic Violence
(215) 345-5175
Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Judith F. Logue, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Princeton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“As a psychotherapist, training, supervising and teaching psychoanalyst, and licensed clinical social worker for four decades, I am experienced treating most life issues and psychological conditions. I am also a professional, life, and business coach. My diplomates are in forensic medicine, psychological specialties, and social work, and I am a Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work. I have honors and awards in teaching and research and publications in professional journals. Among my professional strengths are intelligence, maturity, good judgment, empathy and kindness, reliability, and availability. I work with people from the age of 13 through the end of life.
Domestic Violence
(609) 812-2082
Princeton, New Jersey 08540

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Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Princeton or for a Princeton domestic violence Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in a violent relationship. They include domestic violence Therapists and domestic violence psychologists who conduct domestic violence counseling. A Therapistcan help with children as victims of domestic violence, support for battered women and referrals to shelters in Princeton. Therapists can help identify the signs of domestic violence, the differences between men and women as victims of domestic violence and the distinctions of passive aggressive behavior. If you think you may be a victim of domestic violence in Princeton, please seek help soon and learn how to stop or prevent it escalating further.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Princeton have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Princeton you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Princeton and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Princeton or family therapy in Princeton.