Sharon Coyle-Saeed, LSW

Licensed Social Worker

732-389-0697 Extension: 843

Location: Eatontown (Main Office)

Sharon received her undergraduate degree from Rutgers College and her graduate degree from Rutgers University School of Social Work with a specialty in Health & Aging. Along with being a clinician at ICCC, Sharon is a Bereavement Counselor/Coordinator for VNA servicing hospice families in Monmouth and Middlesex County. She is honored to join this team and has worked with Robert Wood Johnson and Caring Hospice of Central NJ.

She specializes in working with individuals, couples/families and groups dealing with Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Adverse Childhood Experiences including, Sexual/Emotional/Physical Abuse and Neglect, chronic disease/terminal illness, medical trauma, Somatic Disorders, and Grief and Loss.

Sharon’s approach is that of a Sherpa alliance, utilizing DBT “intercessions” working side by side, through this foundation of deep dedication. Sharon dives into an eclectic therapy strategy which is personalized for each person’s healing journey, and combines the right set of tools to tap into strengths, build resilience, and create one’s personal best in mind, body, and in spirit. Sharon offers care and support in a safe, trauma-informed, non-judgmental and compassionate heart space.

In addition to her work as a Licensed Social Worker, Sharon is also an Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist, an EFT Practitioner, a Certified Health Coach, and a Reiki Master.

Sharon is a proud member of NASW(National Association of Social Workers), ADEC(Association for Death Education and Counseling) and INELDA(The International End of Life Doula Association). In her spare time, she connects and supports thousands of members online as the CEO/Founder of ibdjourneys (a support group for those with Inflammatory Bowel Disease), can be seen from time to time onstage in musical theater productions in New Jersey, and is a health advocate and active blogger as well as feature story writer in Gannett, NJ.

Services provided by Sharon

  • Individuals, Couples, Families and Groups
  • CBT for Anxiety and Depression
  • Couples Therapy (Level 1 and Level 2 Gottman Method Trained)
  • Mindfulness Based Intervention
  • Grief, Loss, Trauma, Adverse Childhood Experiences (Physical/Emotional/Mental Abuse)
  • Compassion Focused
  • Life Transitions (Divorce, Moves, Job Loss)
  • Psychoeducation (knowledge is empowering)
  • Stress Reduction/Management
  • Strengths Based
  • Culturally Sensitive (works with Second Generation Adjustment Disorders for Asians, South Asians, Middle Eastern Heritage)