Counseling Referrals

Local Professional Counselors:
The information provided below is meant to be used as a guide only
Alexander Road Associates: multidisciplinary mental health care practice with psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists dedicated to providing state-of-the-art diagnostic evaluations and therapies to help children, their families and adults who are suffering from mood and behavioral difficulties. 609-419-0400 WEBSITE
Eleanor M. Angeline, LPC: Specializes in grief/loss, depression, personality disorders, relationships, anxiety, life transitions and crisis intervention. 215-737-9337
Paula Bonder-Frost, LSCW: Specializes in depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, grief and separation/divorce.  609-275-5747
Lisa Cifrese, ACSW, LCSW: Individual and family counseling for adolescents struggling with eating disorders, anxiety and/or depression. 609-252-1120 (No insurance accepted-out of network)
CJFLifeWorks!, Carol J. Feldman, LCSW, CAS: addictions and co-dependency, anger, trauma and relationships. 609-841-9083 WEBSITE
Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Pennington, NJ: Employs a broad range of clinicians, we offer a wide range of services and - within the practice - we contribute to one another's work. Services provided are: Individual Psychotherapy, Psychiatric Evaluations, Medication Management, Play Therapy, Family Therapy, Couple’s Therapy, Social Skills Groups, Psychoeducational Testing, Psychological Testing, Eating Disorders Treatment, Anxiety Disorders Treatment and Substance Abuse Treatment.  WEBSITE (No insurance accepted)
Judith D. Ferlise, LPC: Individual and family counseling, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, grief, parental concerns, divorce. 609-584-7719 (No insurance accepted-out of network)
Vince Haba, MSW, LCSW: Specializes in treatment to children, adolescents, couples and families.  Training in managing school problemms including ADHD, behavioral issues and issues affecting academic performance.  Also works with those who have depression, mood disorders and situational anxiety. 609-947-3998
Dr. Abigail Hamilton, Psy.D: Specializes in eating disorders and identity development. 609-218-9499WEBSITE (No insurance accepted)
Fran Harrington-Dix, LPC: Specializes in anxiety disorders. 609-529-4174
Dr. Richard Heid, Ph.D: Specializes in depression, stress, substance abuse relationships and family issues. 609-933-5572
Greater Princeton Counseling Services, Melissa Held, LPC: Specializes in depression, anxiety, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder and self-esteem issues. 609-419-4402 WEBSITE
Beverly A. Hodsden, LPC, LCADC: Substance abuse, family counseling, trauma and behavior concerns. 609-571-2079
Nancy Hodges, LCSW: Sees individuals, couples and families and emphasize short-term, goal oriented therapy with a systemic therapeutic approach. 609-683-5343
Insights Counseling, PJ Wenger, LPC, MFT: Provides counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families on grief, trauma, abuse and adolescent issues. 908-675-5699
It's All Green Counseling Services, Michelle Bernardo, Ed.S, LPC, MFT, CHHC: Individual, marriage and family counseling, health counseling, grief/loss, strength focus, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based stress reduction. 609-540-1541 WEBSITE 
Eric Johnson, Ph.D: individual and family counseling.  Works with children who have ADHD and other school issues. 609-771-0631
Debra Lambo, LCSW: Individual and group counseling. 609-252-1142 WEBSITE
Laura Laurie, LCSW: Specializes in working with children, adolescents and families. 609-577-1346
Norman Lavinson, Ph.D: Substance abuse counseling. 609-896-3790
Brian L'Oiseau, LPC: family counseling, adolescent issues, grief, eating disorders, depression, anxiety and ADHD/ADD. 609-393-1166
Pennington Counseling: We offer individual and couples counseling to adults, older adolescents and seniors in a private and relaxed environment. Our varied experiences have allowed us to be comfortable with clients who have a wide range of issues and symptoms. WEBSITE
Personal Consulting Services, Jeffery J. Call, LPC, LCADC: Counseling services include help with addictions, behavioral issues, family counselng and grief. 609-259-3839.
Princeton Counseling & Psychology/Sim Platek, LCSW: Adolescent, family, substance abuse, grief/loss and adjustment disorders. 609-658-3653 WEBSITE
Quest Counseling Inc.: Individual counseling for substance abuse, mood disorders, anger issues and parenting concerns. 609-498-7588
Malcom Quigley, LPC, LMFT: Individual and family counseling, children and adolescent issues. 609-924-0220
Cara Seroy, Ph.D: Eating disocers, anxiety, depression and family therapy. 908-595-1333
Amanda Mathisen Stylianou, LCSW: Anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, trauma and giref counseling. 609-647-7875 WEBSITE
Anne Marie Resnikoff, Ph.D: Cognitive Behavior Therapy for anxiety and depression, psychoeducational testing, family therapy, grief therapy, ADD/ADHD, Autism spectrum, and mood disorders. 732-254-2222
Roberta Tessler, LCSW: Eating disorders, group therapy, individual, marriage and family counseling. 609-275-3775 
Trinity Counseling:  Provides quality, individualized clinical and wellness services in a caring environment to all in our community – regardless of their ability to pay. 609-924-0060 WEBSITE
Wendy Wright, LCSW: Adolescent issues, separation-individuation, grief/loss, sexuality, anxiety and depression. 609-683-5560 WEBSITE
Dr. Elliot-Gursky & Associates: Child and adolescent psychiatry. 609-924-6294
Dr. N. Lahiri: Child and adolescent psychiatry. 609-924-0912
Dr. Pamela Moss: Child and adolescent psychiatry. 908-359-9550
NJ211: People searching for help from a social service agency can dial 2-1-1 and callers will reach a live operator at a nonemergency hotline any time of day who can link them to private and government agencies located in their community. WEBSITE
SAMHSA's National Mental Health Information Center: 1-800-789-2647
Birmingham Clinic: Offers counseling to adults and children, families and groups, psychiatric evaluations, and medication management. 1888-866-9565
1-800-THERAPIST: Live counselors 9 a.m.-5 p.m. who refer to local mental health professionals. 1-800-843-7274
Association for Advancement of Mental Health (AAMH): Services incluse outpatient, partial care, vocational support and counseling. 609-452-2088 WEBSITE
Catholic Charities: Provides individuals and families with mental health counseling and partial, outpatiant, vocational and residential services. 800-360-7711 WEBSITE
Child Behavioral Health Services NJ: Services for children and teens with emotional and behavioral health care challenges and their families. 1-877-652-7624 WEBSITE 
Children's Specialized Hospital: The Psychology staff focuses on enhancing the mental health of children, adolescents and their families. As pediatric professionals, Psychology staff understands the unique psychosocial, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive needs of children at each stage of their lives and views the family/caregiver as playing an essential role in the development and support of the child or adolescent. WEBSITE
Corner House: Gives hope to individuals and families facing substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Our treatment program offers a continuum of care and fosters an environment of change, awareness, honesty, and personal responsibility. Clinicians provide support, understanding, and acceptance while encouraging clients to build on their own individual strengths and mobilize available resources to create a healthier way of living.  Also offers prevention programs for teenagers.  WEBSITE
Family Guidance Behavioral Healthcare Program: Provides affordable, accessible and professional mental health and psychiatric health care to children, families, and adults in the Greater Mercer County area. Persons suffering from a wide range of problems such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, family, child, or marital problems, can avail themselves of a comprehensive range of outpatient care. The program provides individual, family and group counseling services as well as psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring services. 609-587-6641 WEBSITE
Catholic Charities: Offers various counseling programs for individuals and families. 1-800-360-7711 WEBSITE
Info Line of Central NJ: Provides information and referrals to local services and agencies. 1-888-908-4636 WEBSITE
GenPsych: Adolescent Program is a comprehensive program that consists of psychiatric evaluation, development of medication protocol and management, regular individual sessions with the psychiatrist, peer support groups, individual psychotherapy, psychoeducation and meetings with family members. 609-838-7100 WEBSITE
Jewish Family & Children's Services: Counseling and medication monitoring, case management and financial assistance prevention and support services. 609-987-8100 WEBSITE
Mercer County Division of Mental Health: Resources and information of mental health services.WEBSITE
Mercer Street Friends: Services and interventions are tailored to the needs of each particular young person and/or family and may include components such as anger management, family communication and relationship enhancement, parent education, parenting skills training, and drug and alcohol counseling. All of these services are designed to help the individual and/or family identify their strengths, challenges and resources in order to develop more effective means of meeting their needs. WEBSITE
Millhill Child/Adolescent Outpatient Clinic: Clinic offers individual, family and group therapy, psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring.  The purpose of the Outpatient Clinic is to support, enhance and encourage the client's life skills and emotional development in order to maximize their individual functioning, strengths and resources.609-989-7333 ext. 40 WEBSITE
Serv Behavioral Health System: Offers a variety of counseling programs for adolescents and adults. 973-594-0125  WEBSITE
Inpatient Treatment:
Carrier Clinic: Offers variety of counseling, inpatient and outpatient services to adolesencent and adults. The East Mountain Youth Lodge (EMYL) on campus is a residential treatment program providing comprehensive 24-hour clinical, therapeutic and educational treatment to 13 to 18-year-old adolescents with psychiatric and/or emotional difficulties. 1-800-933-3579 WEBSITE
Greater Trenton Behavioral Healthcare Youth Partial Care Program: Partial care program for youth 12-17 with emotional/behavioral problems. The program provides up to 5 hours of group-based services daily. Other services include case management, individual counseling and support, addiction treatment including random drug and alcohol screening, skill development in activities of daily living, relationships, anger management and other essential skills, psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring, and transportation.  609-396-0800 WEBSITE
Hampton Behavioral Health Center: The goal of the therapeutic process is to help teens understand themselves and who they can become. Adolescents receive help to identify problems, face challenges, learn to handle frustration, generate solutions and realistically assess the value of their accomplishments.WEBSITE
Princeton House Behavioral Health: Offers innovative programs for the treatment of adolescents who are struggling with addictions and emotional problems. The Princeton House Behavioral Health adolescent continuum of care offers a variety of programs at locations in Hamilton, Princeton, North Brunswick and Cherry Hill. 1-800-242-2550 WEBSITE Child, Adolescent and Women's Services: 609-688-2788
Universal Behavioral Healthcare at UMDNJ: University Behavioral HealthCare, while upholding the mission of the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, is dedicated to excellence in providing behavioral health services to the people of New Jersey.  We are committed to being a leader in the delivery of effective, compassionate and accessible care that is informed by research and education. WEBSITE