NJ License #4524
- Child and adolescent therapy (9+ years old); family therapy; couple therapy; adult (individual) therapy
- Depression; anxiety; trauma; coping with diabetes and other medical conditions; general adult issues; general family issues
- Family systems; cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); cognitive processing therapy (CPT)
Warm, empathetic, and passionate about helping clients, Dr. Insabella goes above and beyond for the families, children, teens, and adults she counsels. After receiving her PhD, she was affiliated with Yale University, where she completed clinical psychology fellowships and co-directed psychology internship training at a Yale School of Medicine community mental health clinic. She also participated in a specialized training given by Dr. Patricia Resnick, co-pioneer of cognitive processing therapy (CPT), a proven treatment for trauma. Dr. Insabella has published on families' adjustment to divorce and remarriage, the collaborative divorce process, and coping with diabetes in adolescence and adulthood. She has also trained schools, clinics, and social service agencies on family and mental health issues.
PhD in Clinical Psychology, University of Virginia
BA, Wesleyan University
New Jersey Group Psychotherapy Society—Board member
New Jersey Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists
American Psychological Association
New Jersey Psychological Association
Essex-Union County Association of Psychologists
Somerset Hunterdon Psychological Association
"I want to help the individuals, couples, and families I work with recognize and build on their strengths. I meet my clients where they are, whether it's doing exposure treatments (for phobia) outside the office, reading the books clients discuss in session, or creating a safe place where they feel comfortable exploring whatever is causing them distress. I also have a great interest in how families work and how they can be strengthened."