Danielle GraddickClinical Psychologist, Psy.D.
Cleo Wade, once wrote, “There is no mountain that cannot be climbed and there are more pathways to the top than we could ever imagine.” It can feel like the mountain(s) in front of us are insurmountable. These mountains could include grief reactions, trauma, relationship problems, newfound or old insecurities that won’t go away, job or financial insecurities, family difficulties, and many more. Therapy exists to help you find alternative pathways to the top of the mountain you are facing.
Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927
4.2 Miles away