The rise of mental health awareness has become such an important focus and Anchor Therapy, located at 80 River Street, Suite 306 in Hoboken provides a strong support system for those seeking help. Voted Best Therapist in 2021 and 2022 by The Hoboken Girl readers, this local therapy practice works with clients through all stages of life, including those experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship issues, stress, trauma, life transitions, low self-esteem, and the LGBTQIA+ community. Read on to learn more about Anchor Therapy in Hoboken and to see if it might be a good fit for you.
A Woman-Owned Practice
A woman-owned, private group practice started by Courtney Glashow, LCSW, Anchor Therapy is a symbol of hope. The therapists focus on all stages of life, from childhood through adulthood, and have experience working with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, grief, postpartum, and LGBTQIA+; just to name a few.
The team specializes in many different methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), family and marital therapy, play therapy, and positive psychotherapy, among others. The fully licensed therapists have extensive education, training, and experiences that have helped shape their approaches to therapy. The team is committed to guiding clients to a provider that fits their needs and personality.
Anchor Therapy is currently accepting new clients who reside in New York, New Jersey, Florida, North Carolina, and Utah through in-person or virtual sessions.
Giveaway + Instagram Live Event on 3/22
Anchor Therapy will be hosting an Instagram live Q+A session on Wednesday, March 22nd at 8:30PM. Anchor Therapist Kayla Murphy, LPC, LMHC + Intake Coordinator/Social Media Manager Victoria Scala will be discussing young adults and anxiety.
The practice will also be giving away a self-care gift box on their Instagram starting on March 22nd. Make sure to follow @anchortherapy and tag a friend to be entered into the giveaway.
All About the Team at Anchor Therapy
There are eight therapists that make up the practice, each with different areas of expertise. Finding a therapist that fits your needs and personality is their top priority. Anchor Therapy always responds to every inquiry and does its best to match clients with the right therapist for their needs.
“Even if one of our therapists isn’t a good fit for any reason, we have a lot of connections in the community and will provide them with a referral for someone who is a good fit to help them,” explains owner, Courtney Glashow, LCSW.
Therapists at the local practice include:
Rebecca Bischoff, LCSW primarily works with kids, teens, and adults and is focused on creating a warm, honest, collaborative, and judgment-free zone. Rebecca uses “an eclectic mix of CBT, DBT, psychodynamic, and mindfulness techniques” to provide the best care to those she works with.
Fun Fact: Rebecca is an animal lover and foodie! She loves trying new restaurants and spending time with her dog, Luna.
Courtney Glashow, LCSW is the Founder of Anchor Therapy and works primarily with teens, young adults, and parents using CBT. “My goal is to help you restore balance and feel like your best self.” She believes in therapy as a way of changing your thoughts + behaviors while improving your relationships, managing stressors, getting support, and overcoming obstacles.
Fun Fact: Courtney is a foodie who loves to travel.
Elena Lucanie, LPC, LMHC is a Psychotherapist who conducts in-person and virtual sessions that are focused on CBT and person-centered techniques. She has experience working with adults, couples, and teens dealing with anxiety, addiction, relationship issues, life transitions, and educational/career stress.
Fun Fact: Elena is the Community Engagement Director at the practice.
Jim Mindnich, LCSW, LCSW-R is a Psychotherapist and LCSW with ‘R’ Privilege that specializes in CBT, psychodynamic, and solution-focused perspectives. He has extensive experience working with couples as well as middle-aged men dealing with the stressors that naturally occur during that period of time in one’s life. His supportive and collaborative nature helps individuals find harmony in their lives.
Fun Fact: He has over 30 years of experience working in private practice and community mental health.
Kayla Murphy, LPC, LMHC is a Psychotherapist who is focused on children, teens, young adults, and families. She uses play therapy, CBT, and mindfulness to help youngsters deal with anxiety, depression, life changes, school issues, trauma, grief, and more. Her goal is to help improve overall emotional well-being.
Fun Fact: Kayla is a JC resident who loves exploring the local restaurant scene.
Michele Passman, LCSW, LCADC is a Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor at Anchor whose background includes counseling centers with residential, outpatient substance abuse, and co-occurring mental health programs. Her use of CBT and mindfulness counseling allow her to work with men and women in early adulthood learning to cope with substance abuse, anxiety, trauma, and depression.
Fun Fact: Michele loves kickboxing and hanging out with her family, especially her twin sister!
Antonio Rudo, LPC is a psychotherapist that provides in-person and virtual counseling. He is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Disaster Response Crisis Counselor, and Approved Clinical Supervisor with over 15 years of experience. He mainly focuses on individuals, couples, and family therapy for teens and adults from diverse backgrounds in all stages of recovery.
Fun Fact: Antonio loves animals and singing karaoke, though he claims not well.
Anchor Therapy is currently accepting new clients. The practice schedule varies by provider and is open by appointment only Monday through Saturday and closed on Sundays.
Anchor Therapy is located at 80 River Street, Suite 306 in Hoboken. You can fill out a form on their website to set up a consultation.