Ashley Green, MSW, LSW

Ashley Green, MSW, LSW, RBT is an alumna of Seton Hall University. Ashley works with youths, adults, and couples. She specializes in behavioral health, with a strong background in autism spectrum disorders. She also has experience working with families with defiant children, marriage, and relationships.

 Ashley believes in setting healthy boundaries in relationships and assisting clients to navigate their childhood traumas and break generational curses. Ashley also believes in the importance of a safe space for clients to share their innermost feelings without judgment, while simultaneously being supported and empowered. She strongly believes that health is holistic, and it is essential to address the entire person to find the leading cause of problems. She deeply recognizes how we think, feel, and act interrelate and can help identify how thoughts and behaviors can affect all parts of life.

 With Ashley you can expect to explore the connection between your unconscious mind and your actions or focus on ways to change behavioral reactions and patterns that cause you distress. In addition to exploring ways to replace negative thought patterns or behaviors with ones that are more helpful and accurate. And when working with relationships, Ashley greatly enjoys helping you find the happiness you seek with your partner.

We are mental health providers which specialize in a variety of conditions including Generalized Anxiety disorder, Major Depression, OCD, PTSD, Bipolar, Mood disorders, Autism, Personality disorders, Anger management, Addiction.

(201) 490-5158


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