Moorestown Therapy Collective
Therapy for children, adults, individuals, couples, and families. Licensed therapists in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Take a moment to browse our bio pages. Our therapists have varying specialities, services, and availability. If you are unsure what you are looking for, let us know a little bit about yourself and we will help you find the right fit.
“Welcome to our practice. We are here to help you feel comfortable and heard. Please let us know how we can be of service. We are looking forward to helping you.”
Jessica Floresta, Founder and Owner
What makes us different?
All of our therapists use resiliency-focused and strengths-based techniques to help our clients identify and use strengths and resources. Each of our therapists have their own niches, which include ADHD, anxiety, intimacy issues, intergenerational family problems, female sexuality, gender expansiveness, communication problems, behavioral concerns, and others. All members of our collective are LGBTQ+ friendly, and some of our therapists specialize in LGBTQ issues, including identity development, orientation exploration, and gender identity issues.
We’d Love to Help
Taking the time to explore your thoughts and feelings can feel both scary and liberating. Psychotherapy is a space for you to talk one-on-one with a therapist who will help you meet your goals by using a variety of techniques tailored to your needs. You may talk about the past or stay mostly focused on the present. What matters is that you are honest and vulnerable in this safe space. Your therapist is trained to help you through it.
Relationship therapy is not the last stop before separation. This perception exists because couples often wait until the very last moment to try relationship therapy. However, you can come in at any phase in your relationship, from negotiating boundaries and improving communication to discerning whether you want a separation. Your therapist will be focused on your goals as partners, not a predetermined idea of what a relationship “should” be.
Family therapy supports any configuration of members to work together on healing old or new wounds. Family therapy can be a great space to identify recurring patterns from your family of origin that may be repeating in the present. This can be helpful for parents, children, siblings, and former children who have become parents. Feel free to ask if your configuration is appropriate for family therapy. Spoiler alert: it is.
When a flower doesn’t bloom you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower. -Alexander Den Heijer
Children’s “bad” behaviors are widely understood to be a product of inner turmoil. Often if a child is acting out they are letting you know that something is not ok in their world. Therapy is a space where you and your child can work together to figure out what is happening for them, help them heal, and learn the skills they need to make better choices.
Anxiety, Stress, and Depression
Anxiety, stress, and depression are the most common causes of emotional or mental discomfort at this time in our history. Therapy can help with these issues in a variety of ways. Our therapists will help you learn coping skills, understand the origins, and help you process and heal from past wounds.
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Our Mission & Philosophy
Black Lives Matter
Black lives matter. Not just as a fad, part of a movement, zeitgeist, or the thing we say once again when tragedy occurs. We acknowledge that even the fact that it needs to be written and it is not inherently assumed or understood is another reminder of this harm. The constant reminder, in addressing it, in constantly having to argue the point, are just the beginning of the many aggressions that occur daily towards BIPOC. At Moorestown Therapy Collective, we wholeheartedly believe in and support the disenfranchised folks in our communities and aim to eliminate systemic abuses that occur all around us by first and foremost by creating a safe space to talk about and process these issues. At the Moorestown Therapy Collective, we aim to fully support and broaden BLM to include other disenfranchised communities, including the LGBTQIA+ community, immigrants, religious minorities, survivors of sexual abuse or sexual assault, folks of differing abilities, and many others.
We Support All Marginalized Identities
Given recent and ongoing legislation and movements that are mired in “isms” and “phobias”, the Moorestown Therapy Collective wants to reaffirm our stance with marginalized communities. Although we may not represent every identity, it is our highest priority to be a safe space for all marginalized identities. Our therapists are trained and specialize in affirming and supporting your identity, even if it is different than their own.
Finding a Therapist with My Identity
We recognize that sometimes having a therapist who shares an identity with you may be important for your therapeutic journey. Take a moment to review our therapist bios here. If you do not see a therapist who would be a good match, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to refer you to trusted colleagues who might be a better fit.