Our number one priority is the health and safety of our employees, partners and patients. Our clinic is 100 percent operational and we have prepared an operational plan to ensure we can maintain our service level, while ensuring the health and safety of all that interact with our clinic.

We closely monitor any developments regarding COVID-19 safety measures and will implement updates as needed.

- Hand Hygiene: Proper and frequent hand-washing is vital to help combat the spread of viruses.
- Ongoing Training: In addition to our regular training, we are completing enhanced COVID-19 awareness training as a team.
- Potential Exposure: Employees who exhibit COVID-19 symptoms, those who live with someone exhibiting symptoms, or anyone who has been exposed to the virus are mandated to not come to work.

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak we would like to extend our counseling and medication management services. We are currently offering TeleBehavioral Health Therapy services and Medication Management to anyone who is experiencing mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression, stress, or otherwise including those caused as a result of recent events. If you or someone you know resides in any area of the State of Illinois and is in need of our services please reach out to our office at 908-291-2727 and get access to the help you need.


2333 Morris Ave, Ste C206, Union, NJ 07083

Monday - Friday 08:00 - 20:00

Saturday and Sunday - CLOSED



2333 Morris Ave, Ste C206

Union, NJ 07083

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Outpatient Mental Health

Outpatient Mental Health

If you or someone you know struggles with their mental health, it may be time to consider treatment options. For many people, the word “treatment” conjures up images of locked facilities where visiting hours are strictly regulated. While this type of treatment does exist and can be very helpful, a less-restrictive therapeutic environment can be helpful as well. Outpatient mental health programs offer the same quality of treatment as inpatient programs but with more freedom and flexibility.

What is outpatient treatment for mental health?

Outpatient treatment refers to non-residential treatment, in which the patient spends structured time in treatment during the day or evening and returns home each night. People who choose to participate in outpatient mental health treatment do so for a variety of reasons. They may have small children at home or businesses to run and cannot take weeks or months out of their lives to live in a residential facility. Others may be transitioning out of an inpatient program but still require the support and structure that outpatient treatment provides. Outpatient treatment programs are beneficial for those with mild to moderate symptoms who have a strong support system at home.

Types of outpatient mental health programs

Outpatient mental health treatment is not one-size-fits-all. Most mental health treatment programs do involve some combination of individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, medication management, and after care, but treatment plans are customized to meet the specific needs of each individual.
One of the first things to consider is which type of outpatient treatment program will be most beneficial to the patient. There are three main types of outpatient programs, each with varying levels of structure.
Standard outpatient treatment involves regular visits to the outpatient clinic. Therapy sessions are scheduled around the patient’s work, school, and other responsibilities. Treatment may be weekly or more frequent. With a focus on managing symptoms, identifying triggers, overcoming fears, developing communication skills, and establishing healthy social norms, outpatient mental health treatment aims to help patients learn to thrive outside the therapeutic environment.

Benefits of outpatient treatment for mental health

For people with mild to moderate symptoms, strong support systems at home, and the ability to function independently, outpatient treatment is usually an ideal choice. Patients can:
– Stay connected with loved ones while still receiving the treatment they need
– Maintain commitments and responsibilities with work and school
– Apply the skills and strategies they learn in treatment to real life situations
– Stay connected with their treatment team and remain accountable to their personalized care plan
– Transition slowly back into everyday situations, equipped with tools to help optimize their independence and live a meaningful life
– Most outpatient treatment programs also have the added benefit of being less expensive than residential programs.

Your mental health is key to living a rich and meaningful life. If you’re struggling with symptoms of mental illness or addiction, we can help you manage your symptoms, develop coping skills, and optimize your mental health. In our clinic, we specialize in the treatment of depression, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and more. For more information on our outpatient mental health services, please contact us at 908-291-2727.

I was quite literally standing on an edge, ready to jump off. And now I haven’t had a thought like that in weeks. I’m feeling a lot more like myself from my golden days. I’m, like, ready to start working on things again. It’s been really, really exciting. Having the energy to do that, just do things again.

- Becca - Depression, Anxiety, Suicidal, Acting, TMS

When you’re you’re stuck in these places of depression and PTSD and anxiety, it’s like, you’re not really living a life, you’re just trying to manage a life. And, you know, I feel like, for the first time in a really long time, I’m living a life.

- Christopher - PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Veteran, Work, TMS, Ketamine

My parents didn’t realize what I had was depression, pretty serious depression too, for quite a long time. I came to serenity because I went to numerous doctors and tried numerous different medications for treating depression and anxiety with no luck… Like a month or two later (after starting TMS), I just felt fantastic.

- Mitchell - Depression, Anxiety, College, Ketamine, TMS