Dr. Gregory J. Coram

I am a licensed psychologist who prescribes under an APN license. These two specialties offer an individual a holistic focus of treatment from therapy to medication management. This approach is enhanced by utilizing evidence-based treatments in medicine. With the daily advancement in psychiatry and psychology, I believe that it is essential to know the literature and attend educational meetings to enhance my medical knowledge. I held an academic position and have published in the fields of psychology and medicine.

I am board certified in Medical Psychology and completed Master Psychopharmacology Program with Neuroscience Education Institute. I treat adults with a range of psychiatric disorders, especially Bipolar, Depression, Anxiety Disorders, ADHD, Psychotic Disorders, and Substance Use Disorders. Substance abuse treatment could include Suboxone or Vivitrol.
I have been in practice for over 35 years and work collaboratively with each person; I believe that the success in treatment is based upon a trusting relationship between a prescribing psychologist and the individual in treatment.

Heather McCooey, LCSW, LCADC

Heather McCooey is a New Jersey Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor and Certified Clinical Supervisor, who specializes in treatment of individuals, groups, couples and families.  She has experience working with adults with a variety of acute and chronic behavioral health issues such as- anxiety, depression, drug and alcohol use disorders, and mood disorders.

Ms. McCooey attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development and Sociology from Boston College. She then obtained a Masters of Social Work from Monmouth University, specializing in clinical practice with families and addiction studies.  Ms. McCooey has significant clinical experience in both inpatient and intensive outpatient settings, providing clinical treatment to adults with substance abuse issues, chronic mental illness and acute emotional distress. Ms. McCooey provides individual, family and group counseling to adults using cognitive behavioral, motivational and person centered therapies.  She offers a thoughtful, down to earth and humorous demeanor and perspective in working with her clients and feels grateful to be a part of their journey towards self-improvement and change.

In addition to working in direct clinical practice, Ms. McCooey provides clinical supervision to counselors working towards their professional licensure in addiction and mental health services.  She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. 

Bridgette Devlin

Bridgette Devlin is a Behavioral Analyst and Behavioral Health Care Manager. She graduated with her Bachelors in Psychology from Moravian College and her Masters in Forensic Psychology from Kean University. Bridgette works extensively to provide individuals with resources they may be in need of on a daily basis. These resources can include but aren’t limited to: Housing, transportation, insurance, food, and any other necessary goods. Bridgette has experience working with adults who experience addiction, trauma, anxiety/depression, bipolar disorder and more. Bridgette enjoys working with individuals who are actively seeking to create positive change in their lives.

Jason Victor

Jason graduated in 2012 with a master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Community Development and International Social Work. He has experience working within the criminal justice system, child welfare, mental health, and school social work. This social worker has been working within addiction for at least ten years. Jason volunteers locally for the NASW (National Association of Social Workers). He is dedicated to the profession and his two children both 7 and 13.

Tony Dicken

Tony is a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner who has years of experience working with individuals with mental illness and related disorders. He has expertise in identifying and treating generalized and social anxiety disorders, mood disorders such as major depression and bipolar disorder, ADHD, OCD, substance abuse disorders, psychotic disorders, and other psychiatric disorders.  Tony has had experience in numerous types of settings such as: outpatient mental health services, voluntary inpatient mental health services, inpatient detoxification, and involuntary inpatient services for those who are the most severely and acutely ill. He is also an adjunct professor for a local university’s undergraduate nursing program.  

Tony offers stigma-free mental health treatment and provides a safe space for all, including those within the LGBTQ community. Individuals with a history of substance abuse are treated with the same level of compassion and respect as any other client as we work together towards long-term sobriety and continue to, or begin to, address any underlying mental illness.

Through active listening and empathizing, Tony is able to achieve a genuine understanding of his client’s struggles and anticipate subsequent needs. This allows for the creation of a client-centered treatment plan that is entirely derived from a collaborative decision-making process in which the client is educated and guided towards choosing the best treatment option that fits their individual needs. Tony strives to be the pivotal catalyst in his clients’ lives that sets the trajectory for an improved quality of life and ultimately, just feeling better.