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Jonathan Stepansky LPC, LMHC, ACS 

For over fifteen years, I have dedicated my career as a mental health provider to support those who have been carrying intense emotional distress throughout their lives for a variety of reasons. My clinical experience includes life adjustments/transitions, the development of personal identities, and the effective management of mental health conditions. My clinical approach values a mutual partnership which is uniquely defined by the therapeutic relationship and process.


Throughout my years of practice, I am reminded of the necessity for people to feel understood, validated, accepted, and safe. As a client-centered psychotherapist, I emphasize the healing ability of the individual and employ a humanistic approach. This allows clients to achieve a greater understanding of themselves and their individualized goals.  As a part of the therapeutic relationship, the client’s strengths, progress and accomplishments will be encouraged and recognized.

During my professional career I have worked in multiple settings such as inpatient psychiatric units, community mental health agencies, supportive-living/housing programs, community corrections agencies, domestic violence intervention groups, and women’s shelters. I also have developed collaborative relationships with the Children’s System of Care, medical specialists, community-based hospitals and universities.
I am licensed to practice psychotherapy in the states of New Jersey and New York. I hold a board certification as a mental-health counselor and clinical supervisor. I am currently providing supervision for associate level counselors and graduate students of Montclair State University’s Clinical Mental-Health program.

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Kim Runcie, LMHC, NCC


Counseling, educating and empowering individuals to live to their fullest potential is not only my profession but it is my calling. My professional areas of expertise are comprised of the following areas: Mental Health Counseling- (Individual, Group and Family counseling), Employee Training and development; Anger Management; Evidence Based practices- (Trauma Informed care, Motivational Interviewing and Person-Centered Planning).


Areas of Counseling are Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse, Runaway Teenagers, Grief & Bereavement, Anger Management Specialist I, Depression, Substance Abuse, ADHD, Stress & Anxiety, Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Crisis Advocate.We Promise to be with you on your journey of restoration to inner healing and wellness.

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