Choosing a therapist is one of the most important decisions you can make after deciding to start therapy. You need someone who is caring, knowledgeable, and accessible. Someone who is client-focused and who tailors sessions to you. My name is Daija Grier, and I am a kind well-trained therapist specializing in the treatment of both individuals and couples. My educational degrees are a bachelor’s degree in psychology (B.S.) and a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy (MFT). With my experience in a wide range of concerns in the mental health field and a systemic view, I am eager to provide quality evidence-based treatment to help clients heal and solve the challenges of life. I hope to create a safe space and to promote growth for all brave enough to start treatment and who I am excited to meet.
Dorothy Melton attended Temple University Graduate School of Social Work. She has earned her MSW and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Dorothy has over ten years of experience working with adolescents and adults in the mental health sector. This includes adolescents and families involved with Division of Child and Protective Services and adjudicated adolescents/families. Dorothy’s area of expertise include: depression, anxiety, adjustment disorder, and ADHD in adults.
Khadijah Moore received her MSW from Rutgers University and is currently a licensed social worker providing counseling and mental health services at Infinity Empowerment Servicers. Khadijah has been working in the mental health field for 15 years, providing services to children, families, and communities. Khadijah uses compassionate listening ang logic to meet the individual needs of her clients. Khadijah believes that therapy is a process that requires patience and a willingness to engage. Khadijah strives to remove the stigma from seeking help by providing a safe space for healing.
While working in the medical field Cindy learned the struggles many Nephrology patients faced while battling with health and life challenges. To assist with defeating barriers, Cindy earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University, with a Minor in Sociology and Criminology, New Brunswick, NJ. While pursuing her studies she continued to work with families and children, providing mentorship and interning for Head Starts, in Trenton, NJ. While striving for positive change within family dynamics, Cindy pursued higher education at Fordham University, Manhattan, New York and transferred to Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ, and obtained a Masters Degree in Social Work, Clinical Concentration. Cindy completed her internship with The Juvenile Justice Commission, Trenton, NJ, while working with all genders in several facilities. Cindy is passionate, caring, dedicated while being realistic to meet goals. Cindy is a Licensed Social Worker who is open and welcoming to working with all age groups, ready to make a change with creativity and humor.