Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes… but no plans .– Peter F. Drucker
Being in a relationship can feel like a blessing and a curse at the same time. When in a relationship, both partners are expected to play certain roles and when these roles are not fulfilled, stress and tension begins to build up and can potentially harm a relationship. Sometimes, relationships can feel overwhelming and tough to endure on an every day basis. Arguments, silent treatments, financial responsibilities and a lack of sex can create feelings of distress and cause you to question the sustainability of your relationship.
When one or both partners experience disturbing thoughts, emotions or events that threaten the survival of their relationship, it is often helpful to speak with a non-judgmental expert in human relations who can listen and offer a different perspective.
Some Reasons for Counseling
Difficulty Balancing Work, Family and Social Life
Fear and Anxiety
Feelings of Loneliness
Loss of Self
NJCCHS™ counselors provide emotional support and help clients to problem solve. Problems feel less overwhelming when fears, options and resources are shared. All communication between counselors and clients are confidential.
Court Ordered Treatment
Referrals to Outside Psychiatrist, Substance Abuse Counselors and Therapist
How to Use Our Services
You can make an appointment to see a counselor by calling (862) 704-6391. We are located in West Orange, New Jersey (Essex County) and Oradell, New Jersey (Bergen County). Your first appointment is usually scheduled within a few days. In an emergency, we will make every effort to schedule an appointment on the same day. After the introductory consultation, regular appointments can be scheduled for treatment and/or coaching. Please go to our About Us page to choose the right therapist for your treatment.
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