Somerset Psychological Group is a group private psychology practice in Somerville, New Jersey.
We have been serving the New Jersey community for over 20 years.
We provide a variety of services for children,
adolescents, and adults. Staff have been specially
trained in the assessment and treatment of a vast array
of challenges, including:
- Anxiety, Mood Problems, and Low Self-Esteem
- Stress Management
- Work and School Difficulties
- Grief & Loss
- Sexual Difficulties
- Parenting Concerns
- Behavioral Problems
In addition to individual and family therapy, we also offer
a variety of specialized forensic services, including:
All members of our staff provide empirically-supported interventions and stay well-versed in current research developments. Many of our staff also publish and contribute to the literature. We offer services to all age groups and have staff who can provide them in Spanish. We are frequently asked to serve as consultants to state and federal agencies, school systems, and other healthcare professionals.
With the appropriate consent, we are happy to collaborate with other professionals involved in a person’s care in order to ensure that she or he receives comprehensive services from a multidisciplinary team. We are committed to quality services, compassionate care, and professional integrity. Overall, we strive to provide individualized and specialized services of the highest caliber to everyone with whom we work.
Issues Affecting Our Mental Health
Behavior Tips and Tricks for ParentsJanuary 26, 2024 by Brian Eichert, Psy.D.
One of the most common challenges I encounter in my practice is supporting parents in their journey to effectively navigate difficult behaviors. While there are many parents in the world ...
Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: Signs, Symptoms and Preventive MeasuresJanuary 26, 2024 by Anindita Chaudhuri, Psy.D., NCSP
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may occur when the human brain suffers trauma due to the impact of an external mechanical force on the head or skull. The Centers for Disease ...
Coping Through COVID: Supporting Mental Health in Children and Teens throughout the PandemicMarch 1, 2021 by Amanda Morales Clarke, Psy.D.
Over the past year, children and families have faced an extraordinary amount of change and adversity. The pandemic has impacted our children’s everyday lives in a multitude of ways--from ...