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The Purpose of Counseling is to

Help People Heal Themselves


Steve Alexander, Jr. 
Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Steve Alexander, Jr., ARM, LMHC , LPC received a Dual Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. He works with clients in both New York and New Jersey.

As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Steve has worked in multiple psychiatric settings, colleges, and in private practice. He is most recognized for working with men who experience depression, anxiety, and childhood trauma. However, he enjoys working with all people that are interested in exploring themselves further.


Steve has advanced training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

His hobbies include reading and spending time with his niece and nephews.

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Specializing in Anxiety Treatment, Depression and Trauma Therapy


Do you feel anxious most of the time? Some anxiety is normal. However, it can become a problem if you spend large portions of the day worrying about past or future events. Let's work together to identify what is causing your anxiety and explore ways to combat it.

Couples Therapy

Couples want to enhance their romantic relationships and work through interpersonal conflict. Ineffective communication can cause tiny fractures that lead to unhealthy outcomes. Let's discuss your relationship in a safe environment in order to prevent negative patterns of interacting.


Depression is tough. It can make us irritable, angry, and even impact our ability to concentrate. Depression may also make us want to isolate ourselves from those who care about us most. Let's work together to understand how depression impacts your life and how you can better manage it.


Most of life's challenges stem from unresolved significant life events (i.e., trauma). We are trained trauma-informed care which is a safe and effective way of greatly reducing distress associated with trauma memories.


Positive relationships are paramount to our overall mental wellness. Difficult relationships, however, can cause us to experience distress in many areas of our life. We can help you develop communication skills that foster more meaningful relationships (i.e., meeting new people) and advocacy skills to help you end relationships that no longer serve you.


Growing up is difficult. It is a time of constant transition and where we explore who are. This can result in a variety of challenges (i.e., depression, anxiety, etc.). We work hard to connect with young people so that they feel heard and understood. Let's work together to address struggles that you may be experiencing. 

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