Where Health Comes to Mind
The Mission of West Bergen Mental Healthcare is to promote psychological health and personal growth. Through comprehensive treatment and supportive services, we respond to the needs of our clients and the communities we serve.
For initial appointments, questions or concerns, contact our ACCESS Center at (201) 485-7172
EMERGENCY? Call 201-262-HELP (4357)
We are here for YOU!
Pledge to be Stigma Free!
During the month of November, West Bergen will be selling green “ribbons”
at the front desk area of our 3 sites.
For $1.00 you can support mental health awareness and Pledge to End the Stigma!!!
Simply write your name on the ribbon and give it to the front desk staff and they will hang it prominently with all the others collected.
Our goal is to sell 100 per site (or more ribbons). At our November 29th Giving Tuesday event, we will announce how many we sold. Click here for complete details! Green Ribbons for a Cause
With the help of www.stopbullying.gov and www.preventchildabuseny.org, West Bergen pulled together these Bullying Signs and Tips. West Bergen can help! Give us a call.
West Bergen Mental Healthcare Community Educator, Jeanne Marron, PhD, will be presenting on The Three R’s of Stress: Recognizing, Reducing and Relieving Stress in Our Everyday Lives: Strategies for Success on Wednesday, October 26th – Click here for complete details: The Three R’s of Stress -10/26/16
Click on the links below to find information about self-image and self-esteem problems in your school and community.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Hair Pulling and Skin Picking
Contact West Bergen at 201-485-7172 if you need to talk!
Read about various Mental Health Awareness and other activities for the Month of October…west-bergen-news-october-2016
Check out our Monthly Spotlight...october-2016-spotlight
October is Depression & Mental Health Screening Month
The Super Raffle is back! Download the flyer, fill it out and send it in with your payment to enter for a chance to win cash!
Super Raffle 2016
Coping with Tragedy
Helping Your Children Focus on the Good People in the World
When your children show signs of fear, grief and illness after being exposed to watching or hearing media reports of violence, there are many ways parents, caregivers and teachers can allay their fears. Contact the Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth 151 Centennial Avenue, Piscataway, NJ 08854 732-235-2810. You can also click here for information on Talking to Children.
Two important groups are gearing up for a Fall start:
The Middle School Group will take place at the Center for Children and Youth, 1 Cherry Lane, Ramsey. It is open to males and females in 6-8th grade. Over twelve weeks, the group will cover:
- Anxiety and stressors
- Cognitive, physical, and behavioral aspects of anxiety
- Problem Solving skills
- Assertiveness training
- Relaxation techniques
- Coping skills
- Parent involvement
Read more here...Middle School Flyer 2016
Does your child exhibit any of the following behaviors?
- School Refusal?
- Reluctance to participate in class activities?
- Frequent Absences?
- Excessive trips to the nurse?
- Social Isolation?
This student may benefit from West Bergen’s Social Anxiety Group!
The Social Anxiety Group will focus on understanding the cognitive, physical and behavioral features associated with social anxiety and applying this knowledge to exposure situations that the students will practice in the group as well as specific social environments. Read more here…Social Anxiety Group Fall 2016
The SOAR Experience…8 Years of Changing Lives!
We hope you are enjoying your summer! West Bergen has been very busy and we are happy to share with you that, in addition to our many programs that have been changing lives over the summer, the SOAR Experience (Social Skills, Outdoor Fun, Arts & Crafts, & Relationships)…read more...SOAR Update 2016
Watch an inspirational video of families who sought help in our programs: West Bergen Children and Teen Programs Video
Project Child Find – download the flyer to learn more about if you are concerned your child is developing or learning differently. Project Child Find
Worried that you or a loved one may have a mental health issue? Click here to review warning signs and symptoms. Warning Signs and Symptoms of Mental Illness