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Catharine Willets
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
New Jersey

In-network with

Aetna, Cigna, Oscar Health, Oxford, and United Healthcare

Specializes in

ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Family Issues, Grief, Loss, LGBTQIA+, Maternal Mental Health, Relationship Issues, and Women's Issues

Great to meet you!

As a social worker for 20 years, I have worked in education, in non-profit and with all ages. I am a parent, and love animals and art. The personal and professional life transitions I have experienced can help me relate to some of the challenges we all face in today's world.

A bit about my approach to therapy

I approach treatment by partnering with you to define your goals. Are you feeling overwhelmed, worried or unhappy? Or do you need a mental/emotional check-up? We all deserve happiness and peace in our lives and there are endless possibilities for how to accomplish this. I would be honored to help you figure out how to use your strengths in a way that works best for you, and to develop new ones.

What you can expect from our first session

I offer a caring, non-judgmental environment where people can safely discover themselves and develop coping skills that work in their current situation. Everyone is different and therapy can be tailored to your needs. It is about experiencing, or relating, as well as learning concrete and specific strategies for change. I will gently encourage you to come to a greater understanding of who you are and how you want to live.


Catharine's style is

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Insurance carriers Catharine accepts

Aetna
Cigna
Oscar
Oxford
UnitedHealthcare

More about Catharine

MSW (Master of Social Work) at Rutgers The State University
License type: LCSW
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Languages: English
Works with: Infants / Toddlers, Children, Adolescents, Adults, and Seniors
Modalities: Positive Psychology, Psychodynamic, Mindfulness-Based (MBCT), Strength-Based, Motivational Interviewing, Behavior Modification, and Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)