Insight Psychological Group is a licensed clinical practice offering professional psychotherapy and counseling to address a broad range of psychological issues. Our services are via telehealth and in-person with locations in Westfield, Maywood, and Teaneck, New Jersey, and include individual therapy, couples therapy, and therapy for children, teens and families. In particular, we invite you to read further how counseling at IPG can help you based on your stage in life.
We offer therapy for: Depression & anxiety disorders, stress & anger, ADHD & school problems, family & relationships, divorce, trauma, couples counseling, grief & loss, chronic & terminal illness, and personality disorders. In addition, we now offer Group Therapy.

Insights

Read our “Insights” Blog discussing various topics in psychotherapy and general mental health, written by our own clinicians.

Only Monsters Grow in the Dark

Imagine having your deepest, darkest, most vulnerable parts exposed for all to see? Imagine feeling as if everyone around you could see right...

Evidence-Based Greatness: The Nurtured Heart Approach

Think for a moment about a time when your children broke the rules. You probably didn’t have to think very long. Perhaps he or she broke their...

Suicide Loss Survivors: Who are they and what should we know?

The term suicide survivor has been a confusing term for many people.  We need to continue to work to clarify this term as well as become aware of...

Healing Grief through Meaning Making

“When will I be over this?” Many people ask this question in therapy after experiencing a loss. They desperately want to know when things will go...

New Year’s Resolutions, the SMART Way!

The new year has arrived (thank goodness - adios 2020!) which means it’s that time that many of us began thinking about goals and resolutions! As we...

OCD: A Misunderstood Disorder

“I’m so OCD”.  We hear and use this phrase commonly (and jokingly) to describe a love for cleaning or an appreciation for having things neat and...

Even Pearls are Formed out of Adversity

As a therapist, I often find what clients seek is an answer to the “why” behind their pain and suffering. “Why am I going through this?” Echoing...

The Many Voices of Eating Disorders

A client in an eating disorder group I worked with recently disclosed her feelings that living with eating-disordered thinking makes you...

Supporting the Symptoms (Better to Remain in “Prison”?) Part 3

Supporting the Symptoms(Better to Remain in "Prison"?)Part IIIThis is Part 3 of a three-part blog entry. We hope you've enjoyed.Now, back to the...

Supporting the Symptoms (Better to Remain in “Prison”?) Part 2

Supporting the Symptoms(Better to Remain in "Prison"?)Part IIThis is Part 2 of a multipart blog entry, check back in a few days for the...

Symptoms emerge as our mind’s way of “dealing” with the conflict between the beliefs and assumptions that are buried deep within our psyches and what is actually happening in real life, all around us, right now.

– Dr. Helfgott