Therapy

***Please contact us by completing our online form here.  After you complete and submit this form, we will reach out to you to connect you with one of our therapists.  Our number is 609-208-3053, but we are not returning phone calls at this time due to the high call volume.  Stay safe and be well!***

4 Ways to Manage Your Anxiety During the Coronavirus Pandemic

4 Ways to Manage Your Child’s Anxiety, Depression, & Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic

4 More Ways to Manage Your Fear & Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic

     We can all benefit from talking to a therapist!  Someone who can listen objectively without judgment and help us work through life’s difficult issues.  Main Street Counseling is an agency that provides counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, and families who are looking for ways to cope with stress and learn new methods to communicate and manage their emotions as well as relationships.  We have offices in Allentown, Point Pleasant, Pennington, Hamilton, & Moorestown, NJ. 

     Our therapists have many years of experience and success treating a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, PTSD/trauma, ADD/ADHD, behavioral issues, anger management,  substance abuse, grief, and more.  Feel free to read a brief description of our therapists by clicking on the pages above.  Our therapists are in network for Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield & Aetna and also accept out of network benefits.  It may be difficult to get a good idea of what a therapist has to offer simply by browsing through descriptions so please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 609-208-3053 to learn more!

How to Find the Right Therapist for You

How to Get Support For Your Child at School (I&RS, 504, IEP)

Counseling for ADHD

ADHD: 4 Reasons Why Your Child Shouldn’t Take Stimulant Drugs

Counseling for Anxiety & Depression

How to Cope with Anxiety By Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Techniques

Panic Attacks – Don’t Panic! Do These 4 Things Instead!

Anxiety & the Here & Now

Hike, Connect with Nature, & Break From Anxiety

Cutting – A Way that Adolescents Cope with Anxiety & Depression & What to do as a Parent

4 Parenting Strategies to Get Your Children to Open Up & Talk to You About Their Feelings

Marriage & Couples Counseling

4 Tips for Effective Communication

E+R=O: How to Effectively Control Outcomes

The 5 Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman

Dialogue vs. Debate

Do’s & Don’ts of Fighting

Grief Counseling

Grief and Grieving – by Carol Evangelisto LPC

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