321 Herbertsville Road, First Floor, Brick, NJ 08724
O: 732.709.7730 | F: 732.612.1469
"Cultivating Personal Growth and Well-Being"
Mental Health and Addiction Counseling for
Individuals, Couples, Families & Groups
At Developing Wellness Therapy Group, we understand that being in therapy is not easy or comfortable. Our staff of professionally licensed Therapists are here to provide a safe and comfortable environment, and together, will work through those uncomfortable barriers throughout the process of therapy with you. We are here to help our Clients accept and understand that we all have self defeating behaviors, which are things we do that don't actually help us, and probably cause more harm. Our goal is to help our Clients change those behaviors to get better results, with whatever it is you may be struggling with. Together, we will help guide our Clients through reframing the thoughts that keep the patterns of habit, and we prioritize change as a main goal for therapy. We provide counseling for those looking to improve their mental and emotional health, and who are looking to have a better overall sense of well being. Our purpose is to help support and empower our Clients with taking initiative in making healthier decisions to improve our overall quality of experiencing life.
Learn About Our Methods
According to the American Psychological Association, “Psychologists help people of all ages live happier, healthier and more productive lives.” Through the use of various psychotherapy methods and collaborative treatment measures, You will develop life-changing habits to help cope with all of life’s various obstacles.
In our practice, therapy sessions are designed to unravel the "unhelpful" ways of our thinking and feeling that often influence how and why we tend to mismanage our emotions and behaviors. Perspective is key in identifying how our thoughts create feelings, which in turn, guide our behaviors. Our Clients will learn how to gain a better sense of control with implementing the power of choice with our feelings and behaviors. An important goal for therapy will be to learn how to experience unpleasant feelings and still choose an appropriate behavioral response. Learning how to change our perspective gives us the opportunity to change our lives. Our goal here, at Developing Wellness Therapy Group, is to help our Clients take personal responsibility through this challenge of change.