PTSD Therapy and Treatment

Do you…

  • Have intrusive thoughts, flashbacks or nightmares about a traumatic event?
  • Feel disconnected from others and withdraw from family or friends?
  • Avoid people, places and things that remind you of the trauma?
  • Have trouble relaxing, concentrating, sleeping or leaving your home?
  • Feel irritable, jumpy, easily angered and sometimes emotionally numb?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be suffering from post-traumatic stress.

Anxiety and stress are emotions that we all experience from time to time to varying degrees of intensity. Just like joy, disappointment and frustration, anxiety and stress are feelings that are usually in response to an identifiable stressor or experience.

It is when anxiety and stress that are in response to a traumatic event become very intense and remain at that intense level for a significant amount of time that it can affect your everyday functioning. If you experience post-traumatic stress and it is impacting your functioning at home, work or in relationships, we are here to help. Give us a call at or send us a text to (973) 891-0793 if you are seeking relief and would like to learn more about how to cope with it.

Post-traumatic stress can affect anyone. You have an opportunity to take back your life and feel better.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is diagnosed in about 6.8% of adults in the United States. Our highly skilled clinical psychologists can help you regain power over your life and achieve your goals. Through supportive, insight-oriented psychotherapy coupled with cognitive-behavioral techniques and mindfulness-based strategies, we can guide you through this learning and healing process. Several of our psychologists are also trained in EMDR therapy, an evidence-based treatment specifically developed to help individuals recover from traumatic events and integrate those events into their lives so that the events are no longer hurtful but painlessly interwoven into their life narrative.

There is no need to suffer any longer. You are not alone.