Are you seeking individual or group therapy, a psychological evaluation, career testing, or career coaching? With over 20 years of therapy, testing, teaching, and supervising experience, and as both a clinical psychologist and a school psychologist, Dr. Schrimmer has a uniquely comprehensive practice that can serve your personality, social, career, and cognitive needs. Calls generally receive a response by the next business day. In addition to daytime appointments, some weekend and evening hours are available via telehealth, outdoors, or in an air-filtrated office.
"En Plein Air: Ecotherapy"
* Adult and Adolescent Individual Therapy
* 2 Adult Groups, 2 Young Adult Groups, and 1 Teen Group
* Evaluation/Treatment of those on the Autism Spectrum
* Treatment of Mood, Anxiety and Relationship Disorders
* Career and Candidacy Testing and Career Coaching
* Cognitive Processing Trauma Therapy
* Learning Disabilities and Giftedness Testing
* Objective and Projective Personality Testing
* Telehealth, Outdoor, and Air-filtrated Indoor Services
Dr. Schrimmer is an in-network provider with nearly all plans, including Aetna, Beacon, BCBS, Cigna, GHI, Horizon, and United.
All patients are encouraged to inquire about a "good faith estimate" of the cost of services, before commencing treatment.
Dr. Schrimmer received her BA in psychology and philosophy at Boston College, and her MA in school psychology and counseling at Tufts University. Her PhD in clinical psychology was awarded by Adelphi University's Derner Institute. A clinical psychologist licensed in NJ, Dr. Schrimmer has school psychology certifications in MA, NY, and NJ. Research investigations have included Ecotherapy, Autism diagnosis and therapy, the treatment needs of gay men and women, and the variables linked to psychotherapy satisfaction. Dr. Schrimmer is trained in Cognitive Processing Trauma therapy and in providing comprehensive and norm-referenced psychological evaluations. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Schrimmer has taught at area undergraduate and graduate programs, including Seton Hall and CUNY. Currently she is on faculty at Rutgers, supervising doctoral students in psychological testing and psychotherapy. Her practice is informed by psychoanalytic, existential, and cognitive research.