Loren M Gelberg-Goff
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- Therapy Orientation:
- Eclectic, Psychodynamic, Humanistic, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Interpersonal
- Age Focus:
- Seniors, Adults
- Anxiety or Fears, Trauma and PTSD, Divorce, Spirituality, Other, Chronic Pain or Illness, Relationship Issues, Women, Loss or Grief, Depression, Finding Your Purpose in Life
- Treatment Modality:
- Any Ethnicity
- Sexual Orientation:
- Any Orientation
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- Religious Beliefs:
- Any Religion
- Last updated:
- Aug 26, 2020
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- Life Is Worth Living Because...
- As long as we are alive we have opportunities to embrace our true worth and live 'being wellwithin'.
- About My Work
- When your life suddenly includes being a caregiver, I am committed to providing you with the tools, strategies and support to help you learn to take as good care of yourself as you do of those you love. While stress and challenges may be a given in your life, suffering with them and through them is optional. You can make your needs a priority in spite of the added responsibilities of caring for a loved one.
- My Story
I am Loren Gelberg-Goff, LCSW, in private practice for over 30 years in River Edge, NJ. I work with family careregivers, empowering them to take as good care of themselves as they do of others in their lives.
Take Back Your Life: Art of Self-Care virtual group program provides real life strategies, guidance and support to empower you to find freedom in the midst of overwhelm.
Take Back Your Life: A Caregiver's Guide to Finding Freedom in the Midst of Overwhelm is my latest book written especially for caregivers to help them learn to take as good care of themselves as they do of those they love.
My first book, which I co-authored with Dr. Carmel-Ann Mania, Being Well Within: From Distressed to De-Stressed brings you realistic, helpful strategies, tools, support and guidance to eliminate the negative effects of stress in your body, mind, and life.
Both books are available on Amazon as well as an e-book version. Visit my website for more details to help you Take back your life... www.LorenGelbergGoff.com
|Years in Practice:||30+ Years|
|Graduated from:||Columbia University School of Social Work|
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|Avg Cost (session):||greater than $150|
|Accepts Credit Cards:||Yes|
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Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 06:23 - Jul 22, 2016 Methadone use
My boyfriend delivered a bombshell last night when he told me that he is on Methadone as a recovering heroin user. I am totally shocked. He is a successful sales executive and a totally normal guy and not someone you’d ever imagine as a drug user, ...
Facebook Share on Twitter 08:02 - Apr 17, 2015 Refusal Boundaries: No More 'No' Guilt
Setting boundaries and limits and saying "no" are some of the hardest things for many people to do. Learning to say "no" without guilt, shame or anger is a necessary life lesson in for living an emotionally healthy life. Setting boundaries and ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 10:03 - Aug 27, 2014 Drinking, Anxiety, mental Illness
I am scared that I am going crazy. Here is why. Hangovers used to be tolerable. Now I wake up in mental agony. The physical side is no worse than before. However now I wake up with a really horrible feeling an anxiety that either something terrible ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 09:24 - Apr 09, 2014 Treating Adult ADHD
What do you think about the Dr. Daniel Amen method for adult ADHD? I have heard some really amazing things about the progress one of my friends’ sons made and my son is 24 and really directionless and unemployed. He is a creative genius and amazing ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 12:13 - Jan 26, 2014 Depression and neurofeedback
Loren, I saw your answer to a question about Neurofeedback for depression but it was from 2012. Was wondering if you had any current opinion about it. My son, 20, has just admitted to having severe depression. He has been mediating with marijuana ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 08:44 - Jan 20, 2014 Living in Fear
I am plagued by a lot of worries about getting diseases, mostly infectious diseases where I might legitimately be exposed to a virus but the likelihood is low. How can you decide that a small probability of incurable illness or death is too small to ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 11:18 - Jan 02, 2014 Resolutions that Stick. . .
How to do you make new year’s resolutions that you keep for longer than a few days. I am tired of my life and I want to get healthy and actually do something good this year rather than just spend it on the couch smoking weed and playing GTA. I am ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 11:37 - Dec 08, 2013 Healing America
This is a question about healing our sick society – our mentally ill society I would say. If American were a person she’d need therapy. Is there something toxic about collective self righteousness and outrage? I am so sick of listening to talk radio ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 10:17 - Sep 26, 2013 Life with Anxiety, Stress, Meds, Sleep Problems,
I have a complicated problem. I have a history of anxiety and panic, sleep apnea and daytime hypersomnia. I have a CPAP but my compliance is not very good because I just can’t sleep comfortably with that machine. My doctor wants to put me on ...
Q & A Reply: Facebook Share on Twitter 09:35 - Sep 12, 2013 Overdoing Recovery?!
Is it possible to be too into recovery? After a certain point is the idea not to move away from everything recovery and start having a normal life? After 3 years the concept of recovery as the primary focus of my brother’s life remains. I am so ...