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    Heather C. Feigin, LCSW

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Meet Heather Feigin, LCSW

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About Heather Feigin, LCSW

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Clinical Social Work License, State of New Jersey, 2010
Master of Social Work License, State of New Jersey and New York, 2007
Masters in Social Work, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, graduated 2007
Bachelors of Psychology, Queens College (CUNY), graduated 2005

2013 – Present: Heather Feigin, LCSW – Private practice clinical psychotherapy.

2009 – 2013: Jewish Family Services, Clifton, NJ – Clinical psychotherapy, case management, community social work, crisis intervention, domestic violence training, and child safety workshops.

2007 – 2008: Jewish Family Services, Elizabeth, NJ – Case management, community social work, end of life planning, and clinical therapy.

2005 – 2007: Windsor Park Nursing Home, Queens, NY -Management of facility, case management, end of life planning, and living wills.

Life can feel overwhelming at times. Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, grief, parenting, marital, relationship, dating or career related issues? I offer a warm, empathic, and supportive environment in which you will gain the insight, tools, and understanding you need to overcome your challenges and move forward. Together, we can guide you towards a more content, fulfilling, and functional life. Call (973) 348-LCSW (5279) to set up your initial consultation.

For those suffering from anxiety, relationship issues, depression, grief/loss, uncontrolled anger, personality disorders or mood disorders, treatment may involve, but is certainly not limited to, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and many other methods in-between.

Psychotherapy guides clients to deal with any past or childhood issues that may emotionally be holding them back from achieving their therapeutic goals. The psychoanalytic theory believes that childhood events and unconscious feelings, thoughts, and motivations play a role in mental illness and maladaptive behaviors. Therefore, psychotherapy involves looking at childhood and young adult experiences in order to discover how these events might have shaped the individual and how they contribute to current actions.

While working with clients on the psychotherapeutic front, I simultaneously draw on CBT (cognitive-behavioral therapy) and DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy). These modalities guide clients to focus on the relationships between their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. By exploring patterns of thinking that lead to self-destructive actions, and the beliefs that direct these thoughts, those struggling with their emotions can begin to modify their patterns of thinking and improve coping.

When treating couples, I incorporate the Gottman method into treatment. I have completed Level 1 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy. This method is a research based approach to creating stronger relationships. It teaches couples how to manage conflict and communicate with each other in a more productive way. It teaches both parties how to speak so that they will be heard, and how to listen so that their partner will feel heard. For more information on The Gottman Method, go to

For those struggling with any interpersonal relationship (be it marital, parental, familial etc.) I work with the individual, couple, or family to help them begin to identify the thoughts, emotions and behaviors that create dysfunctional patterns within the relationship. Once the negative patterns are recognized, the clients learn to replace maladaptive ways of communicating and coping with more productive and positive ways.



Learn how to effectively manage your anxiety so that you can reclaim your life.

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Help meet your mate or take it to the next level.

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Develop tools to manage and reduce your depression so that you can enjoy life again.

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Elderly and Aging Issues

Getting on in years doesn’t have to mean giving up on quality of life.
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Grief and Loss

Learn to live with a “new normal” and enjoy life again.

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Parenting and Child Raising

Develop and increase your parenting skills, and improve your relationships with your child/ren.

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Relationships & Marriage

Develop and increase your communication skills, and improve your relationship with your partner or spouse.

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