Rutgers GSAPP


Our Services

Because we are part of a major research university, our faculty, supervisors, and student therapists employ the latest and most helpful methods of therapy. We are fortunate to have experts in most all of the major orientations and models of intervention, and our students are supervised in the delivery of these services.

We provide outpatient therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with the following conditions:

    - Anxiety and panic disorders
    - Depression and mood disorders
    - Marital and relationship problems
    - Chronic Pain, Headache, Stress-related medical illnesses
    - Obsessive-compulsive disorder
    - Trauma and traumatic stress
    - Borderline personality disorder
    - Substance abuse
    - Tourette’s disorder
    - Developmental disorders
    - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
    - School refusal
    - Parenting problems and/or child behavior management
    - Organization and study skills

Modalities of treatment include:

    - Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy
    - Family Therapy
    - Contemporary Psychoanalytic Psychotherapies
    - Brief Psychodynamic Therapy
    - Marital/Couples Therapy
    - Child Play Therapy
    - Group Therapy

We provide psychological assessment for children, adolescents and adults for:

Areas of Functioning

    - Intellectual and Cognitive Abilities
    - Executive Functioning
    - Learning and Memory
    - Academic Achievement
    - Personality Functioning


    - ADHD
    - Attentional Difficulties
    - Learning Disabilities

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