Founded in 1974, RESOLVE COMMUNITY COUNSELING CENTER is a private, nonprofit* mental health agency in Scotch Plains, New Jersey dedicated to providing quality and affordable counseling, advocacy and educational programs for children, adolescents and adults, individually and in groups.

Resolve provides psychotherapy and counseling by psychologists, social workers, and mental health counselors for the people of Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Plainfield, and surrounding areas in Union County. 

Call (908) 322-9180 for an appointment or information.

Services are available in English and Spanish

Our highly accredited staff works with group programs, school intervention programs, employee assistance programs, family agency consortium, as well as individual and family counseling. Our clients' concerns cover a wide range from substance abuse to depression, suicide, family problems, behavioral problems, eating disorders, panic attacks, to sexual abuse. Click here for more information.

We provide counseling, psychotherapy, and psychological services for people from all social and economic backgrounds.  We offer the most researched approaches for psychotherapy and counseling.  This include cognitive behavior therapy, interpersonal therapy, family therapy, couples counseling, and rational emotive behavior therapy.  Our fees are determined on a sliding scale basis, according to ability to pay. We are, therefore, always appreciative of volunteer and financial support which is essential for us to maintain our current level of high quality service.

 

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