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Choosing a therapist

New Jersey and the metro New York area are especially hectic environments in which to cope with the transitions and pressures of life; finding professional counseling and psychotherapy in NJ should not add to your stress. Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates understands. We provide person centered psychotherapy and counseling services in NJ to help the individual develop coping skills and attitudes to manage the anxieties of life.

Selecting counseling services in New Jersey is a very personal decision and requires an interview with your therapist of choice. There is, however, homework you can do online and by phone to improve your chances of establishing an excellent relationship with a psychotherapist in NJ.

  • Be sure your therapist is licensed.
    The therapists of Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates are Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) and Psychologists licensed by the state of New Jersey.


  • Be forthcoming about the issues you want to address and ask about the therapists' area of expertise.
    Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates is a collaborative practice of four professional therapists with more than sixty years of collective experience covering a wide range of issues.


  • State clearly if you are interested in individual, group, couple or family therapy.
    Not all therapists work in all disciplines, so if have a particular interest, make sure the therapist has the experience you need. Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates provides individual, group, couples and family therapy counseling in NJ.


  • Ask about insurance coverage and fees if not covered by insurance.
    Counseling and Psychotherapy Associates accepts some insurance and will be happy to discuss fees and health insurance during your initial conversation with us.


  • Ask about confidentiality policies and how your private information is protected.
    We consider our clients' confidentiality to be of the utmost importance. Your therapist will address issues and limits of confidentiality during your first meeting.