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Opening to and recognizing emotional, physical and psychological arousals and triggers that activate the anger response and working with these as a means of regulation and control.
Aromatherapy (Essential Oils)
Aromatherapy is the utilization of essential oils, which are highly concentrated distillations of all the components and properties present in the plant (carbon, hydrogen, amino acids) and the application of these as therapy for conditions, ailments and healing.
Art therapy is a mental health profession in which clients, facilitated by the art therapist, use art
media, the creative process, and the resulting artwork to explore their feelings, reconcile
emotional conflicts, foster self-awareness, manage behavior and addictions, develop social skills,
improve reality orientation, reduce anxiety, and increase self-esteem. A goal in art therapy is to
improve or restore a client’s functioning and his or her sense of personal well-being.
At Integrated Care Concepts and Consultation, we have clinical staff that can provide assessment, treatment, and consultation on the specialty services listed below. Our clinical team can provide assessments for courts, schools, colleges, and employers as required.
Breathwork Therapy – Pranayama
Breath is the key internal link between body and mind. Conscious breathwork and practice activates the parasympathetic nervous system, regulates mental balance and naturally induces calmness and relaxation to the body and mind.
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Career Coaching and Empowerment
Guidance and support in creating goal oriented professional and personal outcomes through supportive and focused life decisions, actions, planning and motivation.
Clinical Supervision is a therapist based service provided to other therapists in the form of treatment collaboration, peer-to-peer guidance and support, continual learning and support and job/case management support.
Couples Therapy is therapy in which couples of all types work with a therapist, together or separately, on recognizing conflicts within the relationship with the expectation of improved communication and overall wellbeing and happiness within the relationship.
Dance Movement Therapy
The psychotherapeutic use of movement to further the emotional, cognitive, physical and social integration of the individual.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
DBT Therapy focuses on transforming an individual’s behavioral responses from emotionally driven, compulsive, and self destructive into more mindful, aware and personally empowering choices. The approach works with clients by awakening awareness, self compassion and working with ones experience vs working against it through six core skills.
Educational advocacy is a tool for communicating to individuals, parents, children, teachers, professionals, leaders and a community as a whole, to bring about clarity and understanding, and provide the tools necessary to cope with and work with, any or all of our integrated services.
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Emotional Freedom Technique Therapy (EFT)
An integrated modality utilizing the principles of energy therapy, acupressure and neuroplasticity to help modify and regulate emotions, thoughts and feelings. The tapping sends a calming message to the body, retrains the limbic system and reprograms the brain to interrupt the fight or flight response so the body can come into a deeper balance.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy
EMDR Therapy is an information processing therapy that works with an 8 phase approach and is particularly helpful with post-traumatic stress disorder from trauma experienced through military discharge, sexual assault and abuse, traumatic accidents and experiences.
Enhanced Family Therapy
The complicated 21st century child and family require a more flexible approach in meeting their needs. The greatest risk to sustaining the work is the hyper scheduled, hyper distracted, hyper wired family life that so often makes getting to therapy a challenge. The needs of all parts of the family can make getting everyone to therapy difficult for the traditional model requiring multiple visits with greater time between visits. This often results in the family giving up before gains can be realized or maintained. We address this barrier of early termination by enhancing the family work by providing a team of therapists to engage in the work simultaneously: when the adolescent is being seen, the parents can be seen at the same time, thereby maximizing the family’s time and attention.
Family Systems Therapy
Family Systems Therapy is a type of therapy in which it is believed that in order for an individual to heal, they must work collectively in therapy with their family unit, rather than through an isolated individualized model.
Firesetting is a type of behavior that is often exhibited as a result of some confusion, frustration or stressor that a person may experience. Psychological evaluations are conducted with the patient to understand the root cause and to develop an appropriate treatment plan.
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender
Our therapist will work with you as an individual or within your family unit, to provide a safe, judgment-free zone to work through the stressors experienced as being a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender individual. We will work with our patients to respect and accept their feelings and experiences and empower them to value and love themselves as they are, in not only an effort to overcome external influences such as bullying, but also internal influences such as freeing oneself from society-based ego control.
GeneSight is based on pharmacogenomics—the study of how genes affect a person’s response to medicines. This test was developed in the Assurex Health clinical laboratory and is based on patented technology licensed from two world renowned medical centers, Mayo Clinic and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, who continue to be research collaborators.
Administered in the Eatontown Integrated Care office by psychiatric staff.
Psychotherapy treatment in the form of small meetings involving multiple clients sharing similar difficulties but striving for a shared outcome through a supportive peer-based environment.
Guided Therapeutic Imagery
A mental process used to shift attitude, behavior, physiological reactions and ailments. It includes all senses: visual, aural, tactile, olfactory, proprioceptive & kinesthetic. It also connects the mind to the deeper subconscious.
High Conflict Divorce or Co-Parenting
High Conflict Divorce/Co-Parenting Therapy is therapy that works with a couple experiencing intense, separation issues which may include custody agreements, restraining orders, inability to discuss any issues regarding their children, sexual/domestic/emotional abusive relationships, court mandated action, ongoing inability to communicate civilly about any matters regarding a divorce or separation with or without children.
Clinical & Holistic Substance Abuse Recovery
Recovery is a journey that requires endurance as well as strength. Even after the intervention, detox, rehab, partial hospitalization, or intensive outpatient therapy, there are still more wounds to heal. There is still the need to address the scars of shared suffering. Integrated AfterCare honors the profound sense of hurt that accompanies substance abuse. The program is designed to reconnect mind, body, and spirit, to reclaim the humanity that’s
been traumatized by forces that were once beyond the patient’s control. Our program focuses on post-traumatic growth, not on mistakes made, time lost, or relationships ruined. Achievement after deep despair and dysfunction is possible; it’s the core objective of our treatment.
iRest Yoga Nidra
iRest is a modernized form of an ancient practice of healing and relaxation from the tradition of yoga. It is a form of mind-body training (meditative self-inquiry) which promotes deep healing, health and well-being. It is evidence based and researched to aid in physical, psychological and spiritual healing.
LifeForce Yoga for Anxiety & Depression
LifeForce Yoga® is intentionally designed to work with and manage the mood while supporting students in self-regulation. Practice can include Movement, Breathwork, Meditation, Affirmation, Imagery, Yoga Nidra, Mantra and Dyad.
Therapy in which couples of all types work with a therapist, together or separate, on recognizing conflicts within the relationship with the expectation of improved communication and overall well-being and happiness within the relationship.
A mind-body integration technique that helps calm mental activity and endless thoughts & ways of reacting to circumstances. It is an internal realignment of the consciousness with the physical body, which induces a deeper internal sense of peace and harmony.
Mindfulness Based Therapy
Mindfulness Based Therapy is a type of therapeutic approach that works with clients to bring attention to their thoughts and actions based on present moment thinking. Mindfulness is a spiritual and therapeutic practice of paying attention to oneself and allowing oneself to be one with the present moment. The path to mindfulness is detailed in Buddhist writings as one of the seven paths to enlightenment. From an everyday function, being mindful brings about peace, harmony and comfort in the body, spirit and mind. Practicing mindfulness lets you function in the present moment, rather than reflect back upon the past or generate anxiety about the future. The present moment, the time now that you are devoting to reading this passage, this is the only moment in time that you can influence a change and bring about harmony.
Specialized area of therapy utilizing play activities, toys, games, art, as a way of accessing non-verbal subconscious difficulties, feelings or concepts.
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Bodysensing technique involving muscle group tensing and releasing as an approach to relieve stress, tension, physical conditions, psychological conditions, and increases inner balance and feelings of peace and relaxation.
Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Monitoring
Under certain circumstances, a patient’s clinical diagnosis and particular situation may warrant the need for complementary medication therapy to aid the patient to further their healing. Our therapists provide psychiatric evaluations to patients and provide ongoing medication monitoring as their condition warrants.
Psychological Evaluations, including Bonding Evaluations
Psychological evaluations, or mental evaluations, are those that examine a particular condition or an overall assessment of an individual. These evaluations may look to assess an individual’s state of thinking, feeling and understanding in the way of their emotional state, mental state, cognitive state and physical state. Based on these assessments, the therapist may recommend a protocol of treatment based on findings and conditions. Bonding Evaluations look to evaluate a parent (or parents) particular connection and relationship, connection and ability to care for a child.
An energy based Chinese medicine technique that combines movement, postures, coordinated breathing and mental focus to induce flow and movement of qi (vital energy) to improve health and harmony of body and mind.
Reiki – Healing Touch Energy Therapy
Utilizing energy therapy to restore internal harmony to the body and release physical and emotional blockages.
Restorative Yoga Therapy
Supported yoga poses that offer spinal movement, gentle inversions and organ stimulation that aids in energy balancing, nervous system support and restful relaxation.
Sand Tray Therapy
Sand Tray Therapy is a type of therapy that allows the patient to work with and play with sand, objects and figures in an unstructured free-form, creative state allowing patients to arrange sand creations to mimic or mirror their thoughts and current state of mind. It is a form of communication from patient to therapist via three-dimensional arrangement.
Self-Harming Behavioral Therapy is a therapy that works with behaviors that a patient uses to self-injure themselves. These may include cutting, burning, puncture/pulling skin, pulling hair, biting and hitting. These behaviors are most prevalent in young teens and are believed to occur as a method of coping with stress, painful feelings, as a method of self-punishment and a technique for producing euphoria in certain circumstances.
Sexual Trauma Therapy looks to work with victims of sexual trauma in providing understanding, compassion, consideration and care to reach a point in surpassing the traumatic experience, accepting the experience, and moving past the experience.
Somatic Dyadic Inquiry
Often referred to as co-meditating or mirroring. The unfolding, and inquiry of, the whole body experience through body sensing using all sensations and awarenesses. This is encountered in the moment through direct inquisition.
The pairing of yoga movement and restorative postures, along with breathwork, that concludes with gentle somatic body release (through guided and controlled shaking & tremors) that allow the brain to release and rewire past held traumas and move into a state of reconditioned balance and growth.
Sound Healing with Crystal Bowls
Immersing the body, mind and spirit in the sound of crystal bowls as a means of inviting in wellness, relaxation and overall homeostatis and self-generative healing. For emotional release and resolve, journeying to a deeper level of consciousness, meditation and overall relaxation.
Psychotherapy conducted through alternate resources rather than in office sessions.
Traditional Psychotherapy Services
The traditional line of psychotherapy includes private in-office sessions focused on the collaboration between the client and the therapist to obtain lasting emotional or behavioral change benefits. The office setting incorporates both peaceful design and the latest in technology to enhance therapeutic gains during sessions. The offices are also designed to accommodate larger numbers of clients, for example family sessions, treatment collaboration meetings, and group therapy sessions. As an alternative to the traditional office services, ICCC also provides in-home sessions and in-community sessions—to meet the client where they are at. Our aim is to offer dynamic support at the client’s point of performance. The point of performance is identified by the client as the area they experience the most difficulty. The decision to hold sessions out of the traditional setting is based on client direction and assessed treatment needs.
21st Century Adolescents
21st Century refers to the pressures and experiences that our youth is experiencing as they grow up and encounter the barrage of new age media found in social media platforms, computer and screen time, online bullying, and peer pressure. The social media platforms that lure our children longer and longer into the online world are seemingly endless: Instagram, picture messaging, YouTube, online gaming through apps or virtual worlds, Twitter, Foursquare, Blogging, texting. This therapy targets these pressures that the adolescent child experiences and helps employ coping techniques, and balancing with their own personal conflicts they are experiencing in growing up, excelling in school, participating in sports and activities, keeping up with their peers, or the interpersonal relationship struggles in which they may be experiencing conflict with their family unit as a result of these media platforms.
Vocational and Job Support Evaluations/Career Coaching
Vocational and Job Support Evaluations are those that require the assistance of a vocational counselor as a method of guidance and understanding for career coaching and tracking, mental support job search advocacy and placement assistance.
"Yoga therapy is the process of empowering individuals to progress toward improved health and wellbeing through the application of the teachings and practices of yoga." International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT)
Physical and mental body postures and movements that bring about balanced functioning to the body and mind through the nervous system and glands, both of which are mainly responsible for controlling our thought patterns, emotional reactions and mood regulations.
Yoga for 12 Step Recovery
Combining the somatic approach of yoga, and the cognitive approach of 12-step programs. YOGA OF 12-STEP RECOVERY IS A HOLISTIC MODEL DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND SPIRITUAL DISEASE OF ADDICTION.
The characteristics and effects of addiction could easily be described as separation. Addictive behaviors disconnect us from ourselves, our loved ones, our environment and so much more.
Conversely, yoga itself means union, integration, balance. Yoga and its practices teach the fine art of balancing our multidimensional lives while living in a complex world. Yoga of 12-Step Recovery was created as a holistic model to address the physical, mental and spiritual dis-ease of addiction. Informed by the latest research in neuroscience and trauma healing, Y12SR “connects the dots” by combining the somatic approach of yoga with the cognitive approach of the 12-step recovery model – the most well-known addiction recovery program in the world, with millions of active practitioners.