Scotch Plains, NJ
If you are interested in becoming a Resolve client, please complete the form below. Once submitted, a Resolve employee will follow up with you to confirm any necessary information. If you have any questions, please call our office at 908-322-9180 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
In-person or Teletherapy, both work!
Counseling through teletherapy is safe, confidential and effective for most. We use emailed worksheets and other handouts to supplement the therapy sessions. Resolve has 26 talented and qualified counselors, able to address the needs of most individuals and families seeking help. We address mental health issues and addiction-related issues as well. We are Medicaid providers, we work with private insurance when possible, and we have an affordable sliding scale fee system for self-pay clients. We can be reached at tel 908 322 9180 and email ResolveCCC@aol.com. Please feel free to reach out with any questions.
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. Thisinclude cognitive behavior therapy, interpersonal therapy, family therapy, couples counseling, and rational emotive behavior therapy. Our fees are determined on a sliding scale basis,according toability to pay. We are, therefore, always appreciative of volunteer and financial support which is essential for us to maintain our current levelofhigh quality service.*Click to see Resolve’s Tax Exempt Certificate and IRS Certification
Make a Tax Free Contribution to Resolve
Resolve counselors utilize evidence based techniques, with a strong emphasis on cognitive behavioral techniques, rational-emotive behavioral theory, and a focus on the family dynamics that affect the functioning of the family unit as well as the health of the individual.