Nicole Hraniotis, M.D.
Child, Adolescent, & Adult Psychiatrist
Shrewsbury Executive Offices, 788 Shrewsbury Avenue Suite 2206, Building 2, Door E, Tinton Falls, New Jersey 07724
Through the use of cognitive behavioral therapy, patients will learn the relationship between their thoughts, feelings and behavior. They will learn relaxation techniques and coping strategies to tackle difficult situations. Patients will learn coping skills to handle stressors which may be precipitating a change in mood. Developing interpersonal skills is key to establishing better relationships with significant others, family, and friends.
Cathy Noblick, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
39 Avenue at the Commons, Suite 106, Shrewsbury, New Jersey 07702
When you are depressed, you lack energy and motivation, and want to isolate, which is one of the worst things you can do. Negative thinking drags you further into a hole, and staying alone with your thoughts can make the depression worse. I will help you evaluate your thoughts and your situation more objectively, and give you ideas about how to begin to pull yourself out of the darkness. Trying to do it alone can just prolong it. Sometimes you just need a hand to pull you up. I can do that.
Michael Brustein, Psy.D
130 Maple Aveunue, Red Bank, New Jersey 07701
Often when people are depressed they selectively attend to failure or what has gone wrong. I will help you gain a more balanced and realistic perspective regarding how you see yourself or others. Through mindfulness I will help you to let go of negative thoughts and enrich positive experiences. I will help you build and recognize your strengths. I will help you understand how interpersonal dynamics may be contributing to your depression. I will create a safe place so you can explore thoughts and feelings enabling you to gain clarity regarding desires and goals.
Saranya Tracey, M.A.
Psychotherapist, clinical, transformation depth psycholigy
Wall Twp, New Jersey 07719
Do you feel that depression is crushing you? Depression results from repression of traumas as well as emotional deprivation, etc. from family of origin and current situations and relationships. Ms. Tracey's approach to healing depression is to help unearth the root causes and to find new, healthier ways of relating to the inner dynamics of the depression. Ms. Tracey also uses Schema therapy, a cognitive approach, and to uncover false beliefs about oneself which dramatically changes one's self-esteem and relationship issues. Uncovering hidden beliefs about oneself. This uncovers buried feelings and helps to alleviate depression. It creates hopefulness and new energy for life.