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Jennifer O'Malley Pearlman




 Navigating the world of emotions can be complex and intricate.  There are moments in life when we are overwhelmed or unsure. These moments carry the potential to be transformational. Jennifer offers a wide range of counseling services to support people of all ages, adolescents to adults. Whether it's traditional counseling, craniosacral therapy, yoga therapy or eco-therapy, we are here to support you in any way we can.


Having a deep and abiding interest in alternative health, Jennifer's work is conscious and intuitive.  She received her Masters in Counseling from Montclair State University in 2010 and her national certification in Bodywork in 2005.  Jennifer has worked with clients of all ages and seeks to guide people through emotional stress back into a state of harmony through traditional and somatic emotional techniques, creating Rooted Works a healing arts counseling practice.

Ryan Fields


Ryan Fields is an Approved Clinical Supervisor by the Center for Credentialing and Education Incorporated and a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey. Ryan is a National Certified Counselor, who has experience in overseeing the following levels of behavioral health services: Partial Hospital/Partial Care Programs, Acute Partial Hospital Programs, Adult Outpatient Behavioral Health Services, Addiction Services, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services. In addition, Ryan has over 14 years of leadership experience in training clinicians and counselors to provide the very best to each and every individual. He completed his Master’s of Arts Degree in Psychology Clinical Concentration from Marywood University and his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in Gerontology from King’s College. Ryan possesses counseling experience in working with adults, seniors, children, and families. Some of this experience includes counseling individuals with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, stress-related challenges, anger-management issues, personality difficulties, and substance-related problems. Ryan’s mission is to serve others and he truly believes in healing through counseling of the mind, body, and spirit. He has helped reunite families and provides hope to those who lost a means of hope. He will provide services with the highest level of excellence, compassion, and professionalism because he cares and believes in each person.

Denise Wirth


I work with my clients with a compassionate, empathetic approach, building a relationship of trust and mutual respect. I use my experience to help clients develop coping skills with the use of mindfulness-based strategies. I specialize in working  in areas of trauma, abuse and spiritual  experiences through multiple modalities including EMDR, HAT Heart Assisted Therapy, both trauma protocols for adults and children.

Following a twenty year career as a chef, I pursued my goal of working with children by returning to college, completing a Bachelor of Social Work at Georgian Court College in 1999 and Masters of Social Work from Fordham University in 2000. I am currently employed as an Elementary School counselor (19 years) and have been in private practice since 2003.  My specialties are Addiction Recovery, Panic Disorders, Grief, Separation/Divorce transitions, Anxiety Depression, PTSD, Anger Management.



Fee for service

Out of Network Provider  only - no insurance accepted but a form for reimbursement is provided.