Dr. Brian Legg, received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. During this time, he completed advanced training in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and conducted psychological assessments. Dr. Legg is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of New Jersey.
With over twelve years of experience in the field of mental health, Dr. Legg has had training in a variety of settings, including outpatient and inpatient levels of care. He completed his Pre-Doctoral practicum and internship training at Friends Behavioral Hospital, Philadelphia. Dr. Legg provided psychological services to children, adolescents, and adults in an acute inpatient hospital setting. Furthermore, he has experience providing individual, group, family therapy and various psychological assessments.
Dr. Legg works with individuals of all ages. His clinical interests are with couples therapy as well as psycho-diagnostic evaluation.
Contact Dr. Legg: 201-606-2592 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Leyla has been a professional therapist for over 15 years and has experience in diverse clinical settings. Her passion has been to help my clients overcome their issues in order to create themselves and live their fullest and most amazing lives.
She believes that as human beings, when we experience trauma or stress, we often find ourselves without the tools to manage those difficult situations. She helps her clients (children, adults and families) work through those experiences, address their feelings and empower themselves to create their best lives in a safe, understanding, culturally sensitive and
Leyla feels that there is no one single approach to therapy, it is a highly individualized experience. She has been trained in a wide range of modalities. In addition, she serves clients in both English and Spanish.
Leyla's educational background includes a Master of Arts in Counseling and Clinical Psychology and Master of Education in Counseling and Clinical Psychology from Columbia University Teachers College.
Contact Leyla: 201-606-2592
Joseph Retik is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of New Jersey in addition, he is certified as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. He has a Master's Degree in counseling from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Joseph has experience with providing individual therapy to adults and adolescents who have anxiety and depression.
Joseph has extensive experience in working with individuals struggling through grief and loss as well as substance abuse obstacles. Modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Humanistic, Client Centered Therapy, Hypnosis, meditation/relaxation, progressive muscle relaxation, and other approaches that are effective with clients of all ages. He is a member of the American Counseling Association and American Psychotherapy Association. In addition, Retik is a Board Certified Professional Counselor from the American Board of Professional Counselors and holds a certification as a National Board Certified Clinical Hynotherapist. Also, he is a Certified Tobacco Cessation Treatment Specialist. Retik is bilingual and speaks fluent Spanish.
With over 25 years of experience, Joseph is passionate and confident as a counselor/psychotherapist with integrating mindfulness-based approaches into effective therapy.
Contact Joseph: 201-606-2592
Elizabeth Cotoia is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She received her bachelor’s from Temple University, master’s from Saint Elizabeth University and post-master’s certificate in alcohol and drug counseling from Montclair State University.
She has extensive experience working in outpatient mental health counseling and with college-aged students working on achieving their educational goals. The basis of Elizabeth’s theoretical orientation is client-centered. She believes a strong therapeutic alliance is essential in the counseling relationship and can help facilitate change. She also incorporates CBT and SFBT techniques into her practice and believes having tangible items to work on in between sessions is important in achieving therapeutic goals.
Elizabeth Cotoia’s specialties are working with individuals with anxiety, depression and grief issues. Additionally, she enjoys working with individuals who are entering therapy for the first time. She likes to help ease their anxiety and dispel any preconceived myths they have about the counseling process.
Contact Elizabeth: 201-606-2592
Carina Garcia-Torrado is a therapist who works with many types of clients to achieve their personal goals. Carina believes that everyone’s reasons for seeking therapy are unique.
For Carina, therapy is a collaborative effort and as your therapist she can help you build the road to get you where you want to be. Garcia-Torrado feels that taking care of your mental health is as normal as getting a physical at your doctor. She hopes that the space you both create is comfortable for you to share your feelings, safe enough to practice the skills learned in session and realize that change is possible.
Carina enjoys working with individual clients, couples, and families. She is bilingual and bicultural and can relate to clients who are first-generation and come from multigenerational backgrounds. She is also a fluent Spanish speaker. Garcia-Torrado's concentration and passion is working with those who have been diagnosed with ADHD as adults and the challenges they face.
Carina is a member of the Phi Alpha Honor Society and the National Association of Social Workers. In addition, she serves as an adjunct professor in the School of Communication and Media at Montclair State University. She received her undergraduate degree at Montclair State University and her Masters degree in the School of Social Work at Rutgers University.
Contact Carina at 201-606-2592
With over sixteen years of professional experience helping singles and couples navigate relationships as a Certified Dating & Relationship Coach and Master Executive Certified Matchmaker, Rachel has true expertise in showing people how to understand relationship patterns and sexual issues, move forward after a breakup or divorce, and attract and maintain a healthy and sustainable relationship.
Although relationships are Rachel's specialty, she is a very effective therapist for teenagers and adults who have a whole range of issues from anxiety and depression, to addictions, to eating disorders, and career challenges.
Rachel's warm personality and holistic, solution-focused style allows her to quickly inspire change for the individuals, couples, and families she works with. Rachel's philosophies of therapy draw on a unique blend of cognitive behavioral, narrative, and systems therapy. Rachel sees problems in a larger context and has a do-whatever-it-takes approach to helping her clients solve them!
Contact Rachel at 973 587 8040
Thomas Larson received his BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1977 and his Masters in Social Work from Loyola of Chicago in 1984. He has four post-masters certificates from the Silver School at NYU in:
Forensic Mental Health
Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
Psychotherapy and Addictions
Spirituality and Social Work
He has achieved a certification in gambling addiction (May 2021) from Rutgers University, as well as a certification in trauma treatment (September 2022) through the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
Thomas is interested in treating depression and anxiety. He also has an interest in treating survivors of sexual abuse. He enjoys and welcomes treating the LGBTQ+ community. Thomas works with individuals and couples in a psychodynamic modality.
Contact Thomas: 973-587-8040
Dhavni received her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from University of Massachusetts's, Dartmouth campus and a Bachelor’s in Social Sciences as well as a minor in Psychology from Keystone College.
Dhavni has experience delivering both individual and family therapy in the clinic and community based settings. She has served clients of all ages and specifically those with severe and persistent mental illness such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, personality and mood disorders.
Right now, Dhavni is working on her post graduate hours, having acquired 2 years of clinical therapy experience already. She is open to working with clients of all ages and backgrounds, delivering a culturally sensitive therapy experience. She enjoys helping clients gain insight and critically explore their experiences on a deeper level to gain more understanding and move them towards change talk & behavior change. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, and Structural Family Therapy modalities. Also, she is fluent in the Gujarati language.