Rebecca A. Christianson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in individual, couples and family therapy. Her private practice is located in Marlton, NJ.
With over 20 years of experience as a therapist, she specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectic behavior therapy, and rational emotive therapy. She is a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, grief and loss, divorce, stress management, and couples counseling.
In addition, Rebecca presents at conferences and to general audiences speaking on the topics of personality disorders and Dialectic Behavior Therapy. Rebecca was trained by Dr. Marsha Linehan in Dialectic Behavior Therapy. Rebecca has also done extensive research in grief and loss and worked under Dr. Lynn Dahlquist at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, Texas. She is responsible for piloting sibling grief support groups in Texas and Louisiana. Prior to private practice, Rebecca worked in several psychiatric hospitals in the Philadelphia area. Rebecca also supervises graduates of Masters in Social Work programs for their clinical licensure.
Rebecca has many philanthropic interests and has served for five years on the Board of Early Intervention in Southern New Jersey. Two of those years she spent as President of the SNJEIC and worked tirelessly both advocating for children with special needs and fundraising for new programs. She has also been a member of the Red Cross Disaster Action Team since 1995.
Rebecca is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complimentary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they’re striving for.
Annette M. Clark is a Master’s level mental health therapist specializing in individual, couples, and family counseling. She provides therapy to clients of any age, race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, and disability. Her goal as a therapist is to create a warm, safe and non-judgmental space where individuals can share their stories. Annette supports her clients to reach realistic goals by providing them with motivation, empathy, and effective coping skills.
She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, and Dialectic Behavioral Therapy. Among her areas of expertise are anxiety, depression, PTSD, life transitions, personality disorders, stress management, substance abuse, adoption, bereavement, trauma, and eating disorders. Her interactive therapeutic approach is to provide support, validation, and effective feedback to help individuals successfully meet their desired outcomes.
Annette received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Interpersonal Communication at Bloomsburg University. She received her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Seton Hall University. She is a member in the following international and national honors societies: Lambda Pi Eta, Kappa Delta Pi, and Delta Epsilon Sigma. Annette is a member of the American Counseling Association. She is a certified as a National Certified Counselor. Annette has experience working as an in-home mental health counselor, behavioral therapist and a non-profit counseling center.
DeAnn Mishler is a Licensed Master level Social Worker and Certified Yoga Therapist. She specializes in anxiety and depression, personality disorders, borderline and bipolar disorders, trauma, PTSD, substance abuse, eating disorders and phobias. DeAnn is certified in domestic violence, and sexual assault. She also works with grief and loss, divorce and couples seeking to mend and reconnect. DeAnn is experienced with the 12-step philosophy that aligns with her mindfulness-based approach to healing.
DeAnn works with all gender adults, families and groups and facilitates an ongoing weekly mindfulness-based practice of DBT group therapy for clients seeking help with emotion regulation. DeAnn’s style is warm and person centered; attachment and solution focused and offers a holistic and mindful methodology to help clients free themselves and live the life they envision.
As a yoga therapist, DeAnn uses yoga to reconnect the mind and body to release the central nervous system from holding past pain or trauma that has been stored in the body as an undiagnosable disease, such as general body pain, fibromyalgia, tinnitus, IBS, fatigue and more, to regain balance and remove oneself from hypervigilance.
DeAnn has a diverse medical background and earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Widener University. She is a member of the Phi Alpha National Honor Society of Social Workers, a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and the National Association of Social Workers NJ Chapter.