Michael Brustein, Psy.D
130 Maple Aveunue, Red Bank, New Jersey 07701
Death of a friend or family member can be very distressing. Other losses such as a job or relationship also can trigger negative emotional states. Although pain from a loss, particularly the death of a loved one, may never completely go away therapy can be place that can help you move forward. When grieving a loss there are many stages that one may go through such as anger, guilt or denial. Having a forum to discuss mixed emotions can be helpful. I strive to create a safe place to help you process and morn your feelings.
Cathy Noblick, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
39 Avenue at the Commons, Suite 106, Shrewsbury, New Jersey 07702
The range and intensity of emotions experienced as a result of a significant loss often make the grieving person feel like they are going crazy. You need a non-judgemental place to process the loss and the effect it has had and is having on your life, and to talk about what you are experiencing. You need someone who understands the devastation and its profound impact on you and who can help you pick up the pieces and gradually begin to imagine the future in a different way.
Barbara Fane, LCSW, BCD
Licensed Clinical Social Worker Psychotherapist
23 White Street, Shrewsbury, New Jersey 07712
Any kind of loss can trigger grief. Loss of a loved one, job, home, friendship, relationship or a cherished life dream can lead to a tidal wave of emotions and shake the very foundations of your world.The path of grief can feel dark and lonely and is unique to each person. Whether you are mourning the loss of a baby or child, spouse, partner, parent or friend, I offer a safe haven of compassion, hope and healing. Allow me to help you make sense of your emotions and find ways to honor the unique meaning of your loss and nurture your memories. I'll work with you to regain the strength and courage to rebuild your life after a traumatic loss.