Michele D. Inzelbuch, LCSW, LCADC
The sky is the limit! Individuals can find their meaning of success and achieve long-term sobriety, stabilization and gain life-changing behaviors. People with mental health and addiction issues can feel alone, misunderstood and primary support systems can be lost. Through education and support for both you and those affected by your substance use and mental health, support systems may return, and new support networks can arise. You are never alone.
Michele Inzelbuch is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor (LCADC) who therapeutically supports first responders in recovery from addiction, depression, and anxiety.
Michele’s background includes working with inpatient, outpatient, partial-care and halfway house clients. Michele has over 20 years of experience in her field and holds a master’s degree in social work from Monmouth University.
Michele has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and worked in Ossining Prison, Connecticut probation and parole, county jail, army basic training and as a volunteer first aide. Her combined experience in both the criminal justice field and mental health provides incredible insight in her ability to work with clients to heal mind, body and spirit.
Robert L. Reilly, MS, LPC, NCC
Robert L. Reilly, MS, LPC, NCC, joins our practice as a licensed professional counselor, with extensive experience working with first responders. Bob comes to us after a 26-year career as a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Bob is trained in critical incident stress management (CISM) and has extensive experience as the coordinator of his FBI field office's Employee Assistance Program. Bob has been deployed to several critical incidents around the country to provide post-event debriefing services to law enforcement members.
For the past eight years, Bob has conducted psychological debriefings of federal, state, and local law enforcement officers around the country working in undercover/covert roles. He has been in private practice since 2015.
Bob holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame, and a master’s degree in psychological counseling from Monmouth University. He is licensed in the state of New Jersey.
Natasha Raza, LPC, CADC-Intern
Natasha Raza, LPC, CADC-Intern, has experience working in the mental health and wellness industry since 2016 with a focus on substance use and mental health disorders. Natasha holds a master’s in counseling for mental health and wellness from New York University, and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Northeastern University.
Natasha’s experience includes working with clients of intensive outpatient, general outpatient, and private practice. In her practice she provides individual therapy, family sessions, and group therapy.
As a counselor, Natasha utilizes different treatment modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy, and person-centered therapy to assist clients in achieving positive change in their life.
Natasha is trained in EMDR which she utilizes to assist her clients in processing a history of trauma and to increase one’s self worth. Using empathy, compassion and even humor, Natasha strives to create a safe and trusting environment where clients can be their authentic self.
She spends time actively listening and working with the client to identify their goals to choose the best course of treatment that meets their individual needs.