GenPsych in the Community

  • Each year 1 in 4 adults will suffer from a diagnosable mental illness. That’s more than 26% of Americans.
  • Mental disorders are the leading cause of disability in the United States and Canada.
Our dedicated team of Community Liaison Specialists spend time educating the community about our array of mental health programs. As a GenPsych family, we’re also committed to giving back by participating in events throughout the region. For many years, we’ve enjoyed taking time to participate in activities that connect us with the families and other professionals who are dedicated to doing whatever we can to shed light on the mental health crisis as well as other relevant issues that often go unnoticed.

At the Out of Darkness Walk organized by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, we were able to assist in their mission of saving lives by helping to bring hope to those affected by suicide. We wholeheartedly support the survivors of suicide loss and were happy to be there particularly during Suicide Prevention Awareness month.

The annual Walk of Hope hosted by the Meridian Health Carrier Clinic is held to raise awareness for mental health, addiction disorders, and to help combat the stigma faced by people suffering from mental illness. The fun-filled event included music, entertainment, arts and crafts, and a Doggie Oasis for the family dogs to join in on the fun. GenPsych was proud to be a sponsor of this family-friendly event.

To kickoff the new Fall season, our team in Flemington held an Apple Tasting Contest. With 11 delicious entries, our clients tasted and  selected the Top 2 winners from the bunch. 1st place went to Honey Crisp with 2nd place honors to Smitten Apples. Not only was it a great way to welcome in the new season, it was another opportunity for us to connect with our amazing families!


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New Jersey’s Premier Provider of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment

GenPsych’s mental health programs are second to none. We have an elite team of physicians, nurse practitioners, psychologists, licensed social workers, professional counselors, licensed substance abuse counselors, art and music therapists, as well as numerous support staff available to attend to your needs. Founded in 2005, GenPsych is New Jersey’s Premier Mental Health and Substance Abuse treatment provider. We treat drug, alcohol addiction and eating disorders. GenPsych is dedicated to helping our clients regain their emotional and physical health in a safe, supportive environment. We work closely with our clients and their family members to provide convenient, effective psychological services and support. Our intensive outpatient program allows our clients to continue taking care of their responsibilities while getting the treatment they need.

GenPsych offers psychiatric evaluations, medication protocols, substance abuse treatment, military programs, group therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy. We operate a Partial Care Program (PCP), Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and an Ambulatory (Outpatient) Detox Program.

GenPsych has convenient locations throughout New Jersey; Bridgewater (Somerset County), Livingston (Essex County), Hamilton (Mercer County), Flemington (Hunterdon County) and Brick (Ocean County).

Participants of our program will have the opportunity to attend Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), vocational, art, educational, and relaxation groups. Weekly individual therapy sessions, family meetings, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and medication monitoring are also offered.

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Ambulatory (Outpatient) Drug Detox Now Open in Bridgewater NJ!

For those struggling with substance abuse, detoxing from drugs such as opiates, alcohol and benzodiazepines can be a terrifying experience. At GenPsych’s Ambulatory (Outpatient) Drug Detox in Bridgewater NJ, patients will be able to come to an atmosphere that is warm and comfortable and be able to from substances with the assistance of medication.

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