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Welcome to GenPsych!

GenPsych is dedicated to helping children, adults, and their families restore and maintain emotional and physical health outside of a hospital setting.

Our Approach

At GenPsych, we realize the importance of keeping people in their lives and homes while providing them with convenient and effective psychological services and support.

We pride ourselves in providing care that is second to none. We have an elite team of physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, licensed social workers and professional counselors, licensed substance abuse counselors, art and music therapists as well as numerous support staff available to attend to your needs.

We offer psychiatric evaluations, medication protocols, substance abuse treatment, group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy at all our locations.

Participants of our program will have the opportunity to attend cognitive, psychodynamic, vocational, art, educational, and relaxation groups. Weekly individual therapy sessions, family meetings, and medication monitoring are also offered.

Practice News

Substance Abuse: What Loved Ones Can Do To Help

February 6, 2015

Addiction is viewed as a disease because, in part, it changes the brain’s structure. It alters how the brain functions and how decisions are made. Addiction too, affects the family unit in a similar manner.

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NJ Treatment for School Anxiety / School Refusal

January 23, 2015

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, school refusal describes the disorder of a child who refuses to go to school on a regular basis or has problems staying in school.

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Self Harm Treatment in NJ through DBT

January 16, 2015

Self harm refers to the direct, deliberate, self-inflicted damaging of a moderate or superficial amount of bodily tissue performed without social sanction and without the intention to die. It can present as cutting, burning, punching oneself, head banging, pulling hair out, scratching and picking scabs. 13% of high school students, 8% of 6th-8th graders and 11-17% of college students have engaged in some form of self-harm.

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