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--View All-- AASECT Certified Sex Therapist ACS - Approved Clinical Supervisor BCD - Board Certifiication in Clinical Social Work BS - Bachelor of Science BSW - Bachelor's Degree in Social Work CAC - Certified Addiction Counselor CADC - Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor CAS - Certified Addiction Specialist CATP - Certified Child and Adolescent Trauma Professional CCS - Certified Clinical Supervisor CCTP - Certified Clinical Trauma Professional CECP - Certified Emotion Code™ Practitioner Certification - Active Parenting CHT - Certified Hakomi Therapist. CLC - Certified Life Coach CSAT - Certified Sex Addiction Therapist CSLC - Certified Spiritual Life Coach CYT - Certified Yoga Teacher DMIN - Doctor of Ministry EDS - Educational Specialist ICADC - International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counsellor LAC - Licensed Associate Counselor LC - Licensed Counselor LCADC - Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor LCSW - Licensed Clinical Social Worker LMFT - Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist LPC - Licensed Professional Counselor LSW - Licensed Social Worker MA - Master of Arts MDIV - Masters of Divinity MED - Master of Education MFT - Marriage and Family Therapist MHK - Master of Human Kinetics MHS - Master's in Human Services/Counseling MS - Master of Science MSW - Master of Social Work NCC – National Certified Counselor NCGC II - Certified Gambling Counselor II NLP - Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner PHD - Doctor of Philosophy PSYD - Doctor of Psychology RN - Registered Nurse RSCP - Licensed Religious Science Practitioner SAP - Substance Abuse Professional STM - Master of Sacred Theology
Certifications:
CADC - Certified Alcohol and Drug CounselorX
PHD - Doctor of PhilosophyX
MDIV - Masters of DivinityX
Gary Dock
CADC - Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor
LCADC - Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor
MA - Master of Arts
SAP - Substance Abuse Professional
Gary has over 25 years of experience managing and providing various mental health and addiction services. He has been responsible for the coordination of reentry services for individuals returning to the community from correctional settings and State/County psychiatric hospitals. These services include the supervision of individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness, substance abuse disorders, Megan’s Law, domestic violence and other criminal offenses.

In private practice Gary utilizes a client-centered, evidenced-based approach to provide services. Gary works with individuals, families, and groups to address the negative impact addiction can have on these systems. He utilizes interventions such as (CBT) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, motivational interviewing, and brief solution-focused interventions. Gary provides training on various topics such as trauma and addiction, stages of change, medication assisted treatment and anger management. His work is guided by the belief that each day brings with it new opportunities of hope and redemption.
856-854-3155 x148
Kenneth Goldberg
PHD - Doctor of Philosophy
Kenneth is a clinical psychologist with over 35 years of experience. He offers an eclectic approach to psychotherapy, evaluates and treats disabled adults, provides assistance for school and homework avoidance children and their families, and consults on child protection cases.

Through my years of work in mental health, I have been honored to meet many people: the average person encountering temporary personal problems, the highly impaired individual who is tormented by psychosis, the abused child and the abusive parent, the person who is no longer able to work, and the floundering child who cannot finish the homework. Throughout, I’ve been awed by how our commonalities overshadow our differences.

In the end, my clinical philosophy and psycho-therapeutic approach are profoundly defined by a deep respect for the inherent worth and dignity of every human being.”
856-854-3155 x136
Rev. Paul C. Grenier
MDIV - Masters of Divinity
STM - Master of Sacred Theology
Rev. Paul Grenier earned a BA in Psychology and Philosophy at Marlboro College in Vermont and his M.Div. and STM. from Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Paul has trained as a Clinical Pastoral Counselor at the Bronx VA., at the Bellevue Hospitals of New York, Cooper Hospital in Camden NJ, and at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

In addition, he is a NJ certified Disaster Response Crisis Counselor and a Police Chaplain. He is currently in training as a grief counselor with the Grief Recovery Institute. Furthermore, Paul has extensive experience with disabilities as he was born blind and with facial deformities. He is available for speaking and counseling about overcoming and dealing with handicapping situations.

Paul was ordained in the United Church of Christ, and has served many churches as an adjunct pastor and as a chaplain at Ancora Psychiatric Hospital where he received extensive training in mental health.

Paul approaches counseling from a broad yet personal perspective. He draws on his familiarity with many different faith traditions to help clients find their own spiritual path and relationship with the Divine. Starting with the fundamental belief that we are all created in the image of God and loved by our creator, then helping his patients discover how that love can manifest itself in their lives and give them purpose. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey you are welcome here!

Finally, Rev. Paul is also available for Weddings (inclusive), house blessings, and other religious ceremonies.
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