We serve adults, adolescents, children, couples and families. Counseling can help most individuals to identify and build on their strengths and resources they have (within themselves and their communities) as well as to learn skills that can help them face life’s problems. People come to counseling for all sorts of reasons.
Our caring counselors offer help to those dealing with:
- Abuse (non-present) and Neglect
- Anger Issues
- Attachment Issues
- Career Exploration
- Career/Work Problems
- Family Issues
- Fear and Anxiety
- Grief and Loss
- Marriage Issues
- Mental Illness
- Parenting Challenges
- Personal Growth
- Spiritual Issues
- Step-Family Issues
- And more…
Individual and group adult counseling. We are here to help you to grow personally and to deal with personal or social concerns such as relationships, depression, anxiety, grief, stress management, career concerns, life transitions, decision-making and stress.
Individual and group adolescent counseling. We provide activity and talk-based counseling for preteens and teenagers (ages 8-17). Just a few examples of reasons for counseling include personal, social, career, identity, school concerns, sadness, anxiety, academic stress and family conflicts, and learning to understand and express emotions appropriately. Children seven and under may be seen through the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health.
Career counseling. Services are available for people who are undecided about what they want to do, for those wanting to change careers, and for those happy in their career choice but are dealing with workplace issues (e.g., stress, issues with co-workers). Career counseling includes exploring personal values, interests, and cultural factors affecting one’s career decisions; identifying strengths and career goals; participating in career searches; and maneuvering through career transition.
Couples counseling. Couples counseling helps couples to develop communication and relationship skills for managing concerns and adjustments common in committed relationships.
Family counseling. Family counseling is focused on developing communication and relationship skills for managing concerns and adjustments common in committed relationships.
Montclair State University Students
This clinic is created for the community. If you are a Montclair State University student seeking mental health services you need to contact the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) on campus.
Students seeking career counseling services may contact the Community Counseling Clinic without a referral from CAPS. If you have any questions about this, please call us at 973-655-3407 or email us at email@example.com.