Individuals – Adults/Children – Families – Couples – Group Therapy
To schedule an appointment:
call 973-629-1004 or click here.
Therapy starts when you begin to find a therapist. Often people are motivated to seek therapy by emotional pain, unresolved problems, distress in relationships, concerns about family members, or uncomfortable feelings and symptoms. Taking the first step can be difficult, but part of the therapist’s role is to assist you in becoming comfortable with the process. Just the action of contacting a therapist is an important step toward solving the problems interfering with your feelings of well-being.
Common Reasons Why People Begin Therapy:
Traumatic Stress Reactions
Why choose NJCC? No applicant has been turned away for reasons of diagnosis or finances.
AFFORDABLE… The North Jersey Consultation Center (NJCC) is an affordable treatment service provided for the community by the ACAP.
ALL APPLICANTS ACCEPTED… At NJCC, we serve individuals, couples, groups, families and children based entirely on the client’s personal circumstances.
EMPOWERING… NJCC therapists work collaboratively in consultation with each client, together determining the goals and structure of the therapy.
PROVEN SUCESSES… The method of therapy provided by the NJCC has proven successful, enabling clients to move toward a satisfying life, independent decision-making and healthy functioning.
How does it work?
To make an appointment, inquiries should call 973-629-1004 or click here. Your call will be returned in 24 hours by our admissions care manager and after a brief phone interview, you will be linked to your personal therapist to schedule your first appointment. All ACAP care providers are trained to assist you with the feelings and questions that come with beginning your therapy. Your therapist will help you to find a treatment method that works for your life, your schedule and your challenges.
The Institute welcomes people of diverse backgrounds and doesn’t discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, creed, national origin, age, physical disability, marital status, gender or sexual orientation in any aspect of its functioning or programs.
If you have a disability and need accommodations, please notify the ACAP main office at 973-629-1001 or firstname.lastname@example.org and instructor at least 14 days before the event.
ACAP has been continuously, nationally accredited by ABAP, the American Board for Accreditation in Psychoanalysis, since 1990, and BGSP-NJ’s programs are regionally accredited by NECHE, the New England Commission of Higher Education. More>>