Clinical Staff

Joanna Weislogel, LCADC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor


Joanna obtained her Masters in Mental Health Counseling with a specialization in Substance Abuse Counseling from Monmouth University. She has worked with both adults and adolescents in group, family, and individual treatment settings, and specialized in Cognitive Behavioral and Dialectical Behavior Treatment modalities.

“We all encounter life stressors that can trigger anxiety, depression, or maladaptive behaviors that interfere with our everyday functioning and relationships. I believe that people are resilient and possess the inner resources to cope with these stressors, but can at times benefit from talking with someone who is able to offer an objective viewpoint along with evidence-based therapeutic tools. As a therapist, my goal is to work collaboratively with my clients to identify the sources of maladaptive thinking, behavioral, and interpersonal relationship patterns that serve as barriers to enjoying a fulfilling and rewarding life. I take a solution-focused and strengths-based approach to working with clients, and have found that this approach contributes to fostering a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship.”

Elaine Young, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

“I am a licensed professional counselor. I obtained my Master’s degree from Georgian Court University. I am also a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional trained in EMDR, a DBT therapist, and have a certification in Traumatic Stress Studies. In addition to this specialized training, I am well versed in several counseling techniques, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I have experience working with adults in both individual and group settings. My focus is trauma with an emphasis on those who have survived childhood trauma. Many times these traumas can lead to Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health disorders. I work with the client to discover ways to lead a healthier, more productive life. I take a holistic approach to counseling and my calm acceptancof my clients as they are, allows them to feel comfortable enough to engage fully in the counseling process.”

Kathleen G. Waldron

Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse

“I am a psychiatric advanced practice nurse practice nurse with prescriptive privileges and also a licensed psychologist with many years of experience working with clients in a number of settings. I obtained my masters in psychiatric nursing from Catholic University in D.C. and my Ph.D. in marriage and family counseling from Seton Hall University. I have experience working in hospitals, outpatient offices, nursing homes, and universities. I have treated clients with many different types of psychiatric/behavioral disorders. I believe that every client is unique, and my goal is to help each client live the best life possible. I base my treatment interventions on a number of different theoretical orientations but always begin with unconditional positive regard for each client. I have studied several healing modalities including mindfulness meditation, clinical imagery, and yoga. Utilizing a holistic approach to treatment maximizes the benefits for all clients. I see each client as part of the treatment team working on his or her own behalf. Medication can be part of a treatment plan, in many cases, but I also strongly believe each client benefits from learning and utilizing other approaches to getting better. Life presents all of us with challenges and mostly everyone experiences some stress, anxiety, and ups and downs in mood. Clients usually seek help when managing life has become difficult. I believe strongly in empowering clients to manage the challenges of life with as many tools as possible.”

Megan Mcghee

Megan Mcghee

Clinical Social Worker/Therapist, MSW, LCSW

“My name is Megan McGhee and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I received my Bachelors of Arts degree in Family and Child Services from Montclair State University, and my Masters in Social Work at Rutgers University. I have been practicing for six years and have a vast array of knowledge in the mental health field.

In the journey to living a happy and healthier life, finding the appropriate therapist is challenging. As an experienced clinician, my guiding principle is to view each client as a whole person with a unique personality. With the supportive, non-judgmental, and safe environment I provide, I have no doubt therapy will be successful.

My primary practice modality is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy while utilizing a Solution Focused and Strength-Based approach. I have experience working with adults, adolescents, children, couples, groups, and families. I have worked with a variety of issues not limited to: depression, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, low self-esteem, grief, trauma, and substance abuse. “

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