Joseph A. Gorman of the Center for Mindful Living and Trauma Recovery located in Moorestown, is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and certified as a Clinical Supervisor in the State of New Jersey.
With over thirty years of experience in human development, coupled with direct experience of trauma and its' potential for transformation, Mr. Gorman provides a direct and kind approach in assisting individuals and families.
Mr. Gorman understands life is different after a traumatic event. While therapy cannot change what happened, clients of the Center for Mindful Living and Trauma Recovery learn to better understand and manage the "ripple effect" of trauma and issues that arise in its wake.
He has been trained in Couples Counseling, Hypnosis, Past-Life Regression, Neuro-Linquistic Programing, and Structural Family Therapy by the developers of these clinical models.
Joseph A. Gorman's clinical background includes direct trainings and certifications from:
Mr. Gorman is the former Clinical Director of the Counseling Center for Trauma & Grief and a Vietnam-Era veteran. His clinical and healing interventions have been focused on military veterans, abused and neglected children, the adult children of alcoholics, and clients suffering from fear and anxiety.
- Brian Weiss, M.D. - Author of "Many Lives, Many Masters"
- John Grinder, Ph.D. - Ericksonian Hypnosis
- Laurel Parnell, Ph.D. - Eye Movement Desensitization (EMDR)
Insurance accepted includes: Aetna, AmeriHealth, CIGNA, Horizon BCBS, Independence Blue Cross, Magellan, Value Options and other carriers.