Sally Lissner, LCSW

Age Range: 12-18, 18-25, 25-65, 5-12, 65+

Types of Services: Therapy

State and Insurance: New Jersey | Aetna, New Jersey | Cigna, New Jersey | Horizon BC/BS, New Jersey | Optum, New Jersey | Self-Pay

Sally Lissner is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent and adult residents in New Jersey. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are child and adolescent therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), anxiety disorders, mood disorders and family therapy. In her practice, Sally meets each individual where they are and introduces them to the tools that will bring them the most success. She believes that therapy is not about imposing an agenda; it is about the individual setting the agenda and she, as the therapist, helps to facilitate their journey toward healing and growth.

Starting at a very young age, Sally was more interested in interacting with people than playing with toys. She was a curious child who always asked questions and wanted to fight injustice. When it came to choosing a career, social work was a natural choice. She gravitated toward helping those that struggle with mental health because she finds it to be so rewarding. Almost half of adults in the U.S. experience a mental illness during their lifetime. Sally wants to help as many people as she can.

In her free time, Sally enjoys sewing, making things and training her dog to do dance moves. She traveled by car to every state in New England with her daughter before she was six months old.

“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.” – Brene Brown

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