I’m Rachel Korenblit, LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker), LCADC (Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor), a licensed psychotherapist for law enforcement based in Northern New Jersey. I believe strongly in my clients' abilities to become experts in themselves. I partner with my clients to power through the complex, and sometimes painful, obstacles on their life journeys. In addition to helping individuals navigate personal challenges, my specialties include trauma, substance use, and first responder treatment. I truly care about my clients’ well-being and guarantee top of the line counseling and psychological services specifically tailored to their needs.
SERVICES I OFFER
FIRST RESPONDER TREATMENT
You are constantly responding to other people's traumas. It's important that you find a safe place to work through your own personal and work related challenges. Come and unload your stress; you don’t need to carry it all alone. Let's build on your resilience and avoid burnout. Contact me today and let me help you find the best in yourself, at home and on the job.
If you're in emotional pain, anxious, confused, or at a crossroads, consider coming in for therapy. Come in to discover more about yourself, to have someone help organize and understand your thoughts and feelings. Let's work on avoiding burnout, communicating effectively, settling racing thoughts and restlessness, or whichever goals you have in mind. Get in touch to book an appointment.
Trauma therapy can help no matter how minor or major an experience may seem. Whether you have had a single incident, a childhood of trauma, or PTSD. I utilize a variety of trauma techniques, including EMDR, Internal Family Systems, and Somatic Intervention, if you wish to process and unburden yourself of an unwanted memory or residual effects of an event. Schedule a consultation today and see what I can do for you.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What insurances do you take?
I am not in network with any insurances. If you have out-of-network benefits, your insurance may reimburse you for the sessions or a percentage. The best way to find out is by calling the behavioral health line on the back of your card.
What is your modality?
I am a trauma focused therapist utilizing a modern psychoanalytic lens. Basically, I've studied a lot and approach each client individually while having different techniques beyond talk therapy at my disposal.
Are you virtual or in-person?
I conduct session both in-person (Fairfield, NJ) and virtually; though, I inevitably have more scheduling flexibility for virtual sessions. Some prefer to be in the physical room while others are comforted by joining from their own space.
Do I need therapy?
Not everyone needs therapy but everyone can gain something from it. If you're open to enhancing your self-awareness or finding new ways to communicate or de-stress, it's worth a try!
You do not need an “issue” to go to therapy. Being a police officer or emergency responder is reason enough to have a safe space to maintain mental fitness.
Officers who abuse substances or develop addictions are not doing so out of moral failings or weakness of character. The law enforcement community is exposed to an exorbitant amount of stress and are not provided with adequate tools and resources to properly process it.
More to come...