Ellen Israel, Ph.D.
20 Nassau Street, Princeton, New Jersey 08540
People heal within a relationship that brings forth the experience of honesty, trust, positive regard, non judgement, and compassion. My approach to psychotherapy provides this experience. Clients benefit through a collaborative process that enables understanding and resolution of the emotional roadblocks in relationships with significant others, children and coworkers.
Jim Mastrich, Ed.D., L.C.A.D.C.
Psychologist, Clinical Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Certified Sport Psychology Consultant
4475 Route 27, P.O. Box 564, Kingston, New Jersey 08528
All people have problems. When the problems are not the consequence of their own doing, such as resulting from abuse, neglect, or tragedy, I work to help these individuals muster their personal resources to better cope and learn recover from the trauma. However, most of the problems that people tend to have are the result of the poor choices they make. This is the frequent consequence of not really knowing who they are. My work as a psychotherapist is to help my clients become more aware of themselves. Lots of times it means facing some irrational and negative beliefs that get played out over and over. I work in a collaborative way that helps increase my clients knowledge of themselves.
Christopher DiOrio, MS MLA
1105 Taylorsville Rd, , Washington Crossing , Pennsylvania 18977
Therapy can provide the opportunity to express and process emotions in order to understand the root of a problem as well as create the possibility for lasting positive change. Therapy can also be a safe place where not only can you learn about who you are, you can come to understand what you want for your life. Therapy can help you make sense out of the loss and past traumas as well as a place to give voice and understand better our story and the meaning we make from that story we want to tell to others about our life and who we are.