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Proudly Serving Monmouth County
Integrated Care Concepts and Consultation is a dynamic behavioral health practice that uses innovative treatment concepts to provide integrated care solutions for individuals, families, professionals, agencies, and communities.
Services Offered in Eatontown (Main Office)
- Assessment Services
- Clinical Supervision
- Couples Counseling
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Educational Advocacy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy
- Enhanced Family Therapy
- Family Systems Therapy
- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender
- High Conflict Divorce or Co–Parenting
- Marriage Counseling
- Mindfulness Based Therapy
- Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Monitoring
- Psychological Evaluations, including Bonding Evaluations
- Sand Tray Therapy
- Self–Harming Behaviors
- Sexual Trauma
- Traditional Psychotherapy Services
- 21st Century Adolescents
- Vocational and Job Support Evaluations/Career Coaching
Please note that Yoga Meditation, Yoga and Pranayama, iRest® Yoga Nidra, Lifeforce Yoga® and psychiatric treatment are only available in the Eatontown office.
Working with Larry is like having a seasoned Sherpa along as I wander through wild meadows of memories, switchback foothills steep with feelings and explore my deepest valleys. What I'm discovering with his gentle guidance is my clear path up, ascending ever closer to my authentic self, where the view is unclouded and restorative.
— 40 year old mother of 2
I was lost before I came here and now I am starting to find myself
— Nick (Teacher)
I wouldn’t hesitate to refer anyone to this place.
— Hiram (Teacher)
Just coming here I feel more peaceful.
— Mark, 22 years old
I’d never done yoga before visiting ICCC. I’m not especially flexible or “New Age,” but I’ve found the movements and the breathing techniques to be very calming. You go at your own pace, even if that pace is desperately slow! Just practicing the basics has helped me relieve stress, anger, and a tendency to get “lost in thought.” My mind is quieter now. I’m also a lot less distracted.
— Alex, 40 year old male