Princeton Therapy

Thriving Center of Psychology partners with you to design customized mental health plans, including individual, couples, and family therapy. We offer adaptable care choices tailored to your preferences, whether you prefer in-person or hybrid sessions at our Princeton clinic or virtual care accessible statewide in New Jersey.

What makes Thriving Center Of Psych different?

  • Vetted Therapists
    Our therapists complete a rigorous vetting process to ensure they meet our high standards.
  • Evidence Based Therapy
    We use only research-based treatments backed by science to support your goals.
  • Therapist Matching
    You will be thoughtfully matched with the best therapist for your needs to ensure the right fit.
  • Meet your Therapist Within 24 hours
    Once appropriately matched, meet your therapist within 24 hours.

Our Princeton Clinic Location


103 Carnegie Center,
Suite 300,
Princeton, NJ 08540
Mon-Thu 9AM-7PM
Fri 9AM-4PM
Sat-Sun Closed

How We Can Help

Our therapists in Princeton, NJ, offer services for a wide range of mental health challenges that affect individuals on a daily basis. Some of these include:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

our therapists can help you to understand, identify, and modify negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors so that you can react to challenging situations more effectively. Cognitive behavioral therapy is involved in the treatment of several mental health problems, including stress and OCD.
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Treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can help to relieve ADHD symptoms to improve focus and capacity to function. Our therapists use a science-backed approach to help you learn to cope with ADHD to support your mental and physical well-being.
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Anger Management

If you feel out of control with your emotional response and anger, it may be time to consider speaking with a therapist. Anger management therapy aims to help you understand the cause of your anger and teach you how to manage stressful situations more effectively.
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Couples Therapy

Sometimes, it can be beneficial in a relationship to speak with an outside, unbiased party, especially if you’re arguing more than usual or struggling to overcome an issue. Couples therapy can help to rebuild the relationship, improve communication, and navigate through tough times in a safe space.
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Marriage Counseling

The goal of marriage counseling is to help reduce conflict, empower the couple, and find realistic and practical solutions to support a healthy and sustainable marriage. Like any type of therapy, talking openly and honestly about your relationship is crucial.
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An alternative to medications, our caring team offers neurofeedback training to relieve symptoms of various mental health issues, including stress, anxiety, and depression. The non-invasive procedure aims to understand how your brain processes thoughts, actions, and emotions to develop new connections in the brain.
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Click here for our full list of services to see how we can help you navigate life’s challenges and better your mental health.

Frequently Asked Questions


How do I find a therapist near me?

If you’re researching the “top therapists in Princeton NJ near me” or “clinical psychologist Princeton NJ,” we know that the process of finding a therapist is overwhelming at times. Our team of psychologists and therapists at Thriving Center of Psychology are specialists in their respective fields, using scientifically-proven approaches to treat various mental health challenges for better mental well-being. To start working with Thriving Center of Psychology, request an appointment online, use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey or call our New Jersey office today to get started.

How do I find an online therapist in Princeton?

You can browse online therapists in Princeton using our platform. Filter your search by area and specialty. All our online therapy sessions are secure and confidential. We offer online therapy services to residents throughout New Jersey.

How do I find an in-person therapist in Princeton?

Our office is located in Princeton in Central New Jersey. We know that some clients find it easier to speak with a therapist in person. Our therapy space is calm and welcoming to make you feel as comfortable as possible.

How do I find a couples therapist in Princeton?

You can find a couples therapist in Princeton using our comprehensive directory of licensed therapists and psychologists. Filter your search by location and client focus to couples/marriage. Choose your couples therapist and select “Book an Appointment.” If you’re not sure who to speak with, use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey or call our Princeton office, and we can help you find a couples therapist for your needs.

How much is therapy in Princeton?

The cost of therapy in Princeton can vary significantly depending on your therapist's experience and credentials and the frequency of sessions. Therapy fees can range from $150 to $500. While Thriving Center of Psychology is out-of-network, we offer therapy services for different budgets, goals, and needs.

Why do most therapists in Princeton, NJ not take health insurance?

There are various reasons why most therapists in Princeton don’t accept insurance, including strict regulations around care and low reimbursement rates. Unfortunately, the insurance system can make it difficult for therapists to provide tailored care as they are often overworked and underpaid. At Thriving Center of Psychology, we don’t accept insurance so that we can offer individualized care to our clients and look after the well-being of our therapists.

How much does insurance cover for therapy sessions out-of-network?

Out-of-network reimbursement benefits may cover 50% to 80% of therapy fees, depending on your coverage. We recommend contacting your insurance company to check your exact coverage plan.

Does insurance cover online therapy?

Many insurance companies now cover online therapy. Get in touch with your insurance company to check your coverage.

How do I schedule my first therapy appointment?

Whether you’re looking for mental health counseling in Princeton, NJ, or a couples therapist, we understand that making an appointment is a daunting task. One of the easiest ways to speak with the best therapists in Princeton NJ is to fill out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey. Your answers let us match you with the right therapist for you to meet your needs, availability, and preferences. You can also book an appointment by calling our offices or requesting an appointment online.

Where in Princeton can I book a therapy appointment?

You can book a therapy appointment at our Princeton office. Our office is located in Central New Jersey along the Northeast Corridor between New York and Philadelphia. You can find us by taking the Alexander Rd exit toward Princeton/Princeton Jct, turning right onto Carnegie Center Dr, and we are located on the left. Our Princeton office is just south of Route 1 and a short distance from the New Jersey transit bus stop. The Hyatt Regency-Princeton Hotel is close to our office. We are located in West Windsor Township in Mercer County nearby to Queenston Common and Riverside neighborhoods.

We serve patients that live in the surrounding zip codes from our Princeton, NJ office, including 08540, 08542, and 08544.

To start working with Thriving Center of Psychology, request an appointment online, use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey or call our New Jersey office today to get started.

What can I expect from my first therapy session?

In your first therapy session, your therapist will ask you about your concerns, history, current symptoms, and background. It will likely feel like you’re talking about yourself a lot, but your therapist is getting to know you and your situation so they can develop a tailored plan to work on together.

What type of therapist is right for me?

From anxiety therapists to marriage counselors, we can help you find the right therapist for you. Use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey and answer a few straightforward questions. Our client coordinator will then match you with the best therapists for your needs. Alternatively, you can contact our Princeton office, and we can help you.

What is the difference between a therapist and a psychologist in Princeton?

Therapists and psychologists are all mental health professionals, but they are different. All psychologists hold a doctoral degree, but not all therapists have a doctoral degree. At Thriving Center of Psychology, all our therapists hold, at minimum, a Master’s degree.