A designated play space with colorful mats and a variety of toys to help encourage practical and purposeful play for treating childhood anxiety. Look for a play therapist in Branchburg or Scotch Plains, NJ today!

Part 2: The Vital Role of Play in Easing Anxiety in Children: Practical Tips for Parents

Posted Posted in Anxiety, Children, Fawn McNeil-Haber, Online Therapy

The therapeutic benefits of play are numerous. You can find these discussed in Part 1 of The Vital Role of Play in Easing Anxiety in Children. In fact, play is very frequently integrated by our clinicians who provide child anxiety treatment at home and in our Scotch Plains, NJ and Branchburg, NJ offices.  There are […]

A close-up of a woman smiling with a clipboard while sitting next to a child. This could represent the support offered by a child psychologist during child therapy for anxiety. Learn more about the benefits of child counseling in Scotch Plains, NJ today.

5 Reasons that Scheduling Child Therapy During The School Day Can Be Helpful Support for Your Child

Posted Posted in Anxiety, Children, Fawn McNeil-Haber, Online Therapy, Parents, Teens

Since the pandemic, therapy services are in high demand for all ages, but especially for children and youth. With the school year or extracurricular activities in your child’s life, it can feel difficult to balance all of the priorities for the wellness of your child. You want what’s best for them. You want them to […]

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COVID-19 and the College Freshman Experience

Posted Posted in Lisa Weiss, Online Therapy, Teens

Welcome to your very first year college, Class of 2024! These next four years will be full of friendships, new experiences, and of course, academics. Unfortunately, the pandemic is yet again interrupting one of the most memorable times in your life. First prom, then graduation and now your freshman year. I know how badly you’ve […]

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More than Hand Washing Part I: Unconventional Presentations of OCD

Posted Posted in Anxiety, Fawn McNeil-Haber, Linda Farag, Online Therapy

Checking.  Counting.  Handwashing.  Turning lights on and off.  Locking and unlocking a door.    These are the behaviors and images that are conjured up when people think about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). However, while exhibiting these behaviors may make it easier to identify OCD, there are a variety of signs and symptoms people are not […]