Stephen Horgan and Wendy Saling of Horgan & Saling Counseling Services have set out to treat disorders by way of collaborative, non-judgmental, high quality psychotherapy sessions.
About 9.5%— or 20.9 million— adults over the age of 18 are afflicted with a mood disorder, this includes depression, dysthymic disorder, and bipolar disorder. Joining the crusade against these ailments, Stephen Horgan and Wendy Saling of Horgan & Saling Counseling Services have set out to treat these disorders by way of collaborative, non-judgmental, high quality psychotherapy sessions.
Princeton, NJ, January 2012— Using key strategies in psychotherapy, Stephen Horgan and Wendy Saling of Princeton, NJ’s Horgan & Saling Counseling Services have embarked on a mission to treat those who suffer from mood disorders. By implementing an integrative treatment approach which incorporates strategies from cognitive behavioral, rational-emotive and dialectical behavioral theories as well as mindfulness, the couple hopes to contribute to the recovery of Americans affected by these disorders.
“Seeking out therapy can be a difficult decision. A sign of strength and courage is recognizing a need for increased support,” Wendy Saling speaks of getting the right help. Partnering with husband, Stephen Horgan, under Horgan & Saling Counseling Services, the two aim to help those struggling with disorders such as depression, anxiety, post-partum depression, post traumatic stress disorder and anger management. The couple is known for establishing genuine, trusting relationships with their clients and engaging in therapy sessions that result in the reinforcement of the clients’ fortitudes and abilities. “I work on identifying and building on a person’s individual strengths,” comments Stephen. “I often receive feedback that my non-judgmental and collaborative approach provides an empowering therapy experience for my clients.”
Serving multiple cities including Princeton, Lawrenceville, Montgomery Township, Somerville, Bridgewater, Hillsborough, Hopewell and Cranbury. Horgan & Saling welcome those looking to overcome self-destructive patterns, develop positive coping skills, improve relationship and communication skills, enhance feelings of self worth, heal unresolved trauma, or improve their quality of life. “I believe we all have the capacity for significant and lasting change,” declares Wendy.
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