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Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce Hosts Celebratory Ribbon Cutting at Family Healing Center

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LACC executive director, Beth Lippman (2nd from left) next to Mayor Al Anthony cut ribbon to celebrate new Livingston business, Family Healing Center Credits: Jessica Parkes
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Livingston Mayor Al Anthony talks Dallas Cowboys with CEO Malik Carey, in his office on tour of Family Healing Center Credits: Jessica Parkes
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Andrea Stefens, MA, RDT, LCAT Creative Arts Therapist using figurines and a sand scribing method to help children with communication Credits: Jessica Parkes
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John Berkowitz, LCSW clinical director Credits: Jessica Parkes
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Bijay Minhas, life coach at Family Healing Center Credits: Jessica Parkes
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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Family Healing Center, a new Livingston-based affiliation with RWJBarnabas Health, was officially welcomed to town with a celebratory ribbon cutting on location at 349 East Northfield Rd. Suite LL5.

Mayor Al Anthony and members of the Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce joined staff members Malik M. Carey, MS CEO; John Berkowitz, LCSW clinical director; Bill Powell, M.S.W., P.A. president and clinical social worker; Bijay Minhas, CCDP/AP, DIP, PR, NLP life coach; and Andrea Stefens, MA, RDT, LCAT creative arts therapist to welcome the family-owned health center to the community.

“This is a place that's safe where people can come get the treatments they need,” said Malik Carey, MS CEO. “We are bringing a holistic approach to family therapy—you don't have to be crazy to go to therapy. This is a place where you can just come and talk, get support, get a massage—whatever you need, we want to be that place, that resource for families and for the community.”

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Family Healing Center, "Where Families Heal," specializes in marriage and family issues; eating disorders; sex, porn, gambling and internet addiction; trauma and PTSD; depression anxiety disorders; alcohol and substance abuse; grief and loss.

The center also features group-healing programs, including group sessions for teen issues, healthy socialization, anger management, sex addiction, drug and alcohol and parenting

“It’s very exciting to welcome The Family Healing Center to town,” said Mayor Anthony, who was enthusiastic about the tour of the facility during the ribbon-cutting event. “They offer unique approaches to healing including holistic. I think it is a great edition to our town.”

For more information visit www.familyhealingcenter1.com or call (973) 251-2874.

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