Helping Children, Teens, and Young Adults feel like their best selves again.


Our Mission:

At Anchor Therapy, our mission as counselors is to help you, or your child, feel relief from whatever stress you are struggling with now. Stress usually appears when something in your life has changed. This could be a change in your school performance, job performance, relationship problems, etc. Our goal is to be the person you can rely on to help you make it through this difficult time. You will have us every step of the way so that you feel fully supported. When you start to feel better, you will notice other areas of your life improving as well.

Feel free to contact us today to set up a free 15-minute consultation to see how we can help!


You are thinking:

  • You’re going through a difficult time right now- whether it is yourself or your child

  • You’ve reached a point where you can no longer carry this stress all yourself

  • You tried several different things before this to help you get out of this and nothing has worked

  • You find yourself overthinking and overanalyzing your thoughts

  • You are not sure how to stop the self-doubt

  • You find yourself, or you child, struggling in school or work

  • Your relationships with friends and family are changing

  • You are thinking you might be going crazy and that nothing will help you at this point

You can take a deep breathe now because you are in the right place.

Therapy doesn’t have to be the typical sitting on a couch and feeling as if you are talking to a wall. I like to make therapy enjoyable and interactive. I’m with you every step of the way.
— Courtney Glashow, LCSW


How can a counselor help me?

Once you give yourself, or loved one, the gift of seeing a counselor - you will start to notice positive changes. As your psychotherapist, I will help build you up to be the best version of yourself. I will help you create realistic goals and get you to actually reach those goals. You will feel confident and ready to take on anything that comes your way!

What is the length of therapy treatment?

We are all looking to feel better right away. Coming in for counseling can help you get on that track to feeling better. Each person has a different outcome they want to get from therapy. Since you have your own specific goal, I cannot tell you an exact amount of sessions it will take to reach. In my professional experience, with a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach, we will typically spend about 3 months (or 12 sessions) to accomplish your goal.  It is possible that after 3 months you will have more goals to accomplish and you want to extend more sessions. I don’t have any set rules in therapy and I am aware things come up in life that add new stress that you may want to address.

Okay, I think I'm interested... now what?

The first step is to fill out the form below to set up a free 15-minute consultation call. This will give me a chance to get to know you and I can explain to you further how I can help you or your child. If we are a good fit then we will schedule an initial appointment. I provide in-person therapy sessions in Hoboken, NJ as well as online counseling sessions for anyone living in New York or New Jersey. If you are thinking of booking an afternoon/nighttime therapy appointment: these are my most popular time slots so make sure to book before they are all full.  Once we meet, you will see that therapy isn’t so scary and that it really is just a place for you to feel calm and comfortable to speak your mind. If the therapy is for your child, your child will feel safe to express themselves through play and art.

Fill out this contact form to book a free 15 minute talk with Courtney Glashow, LCSW to get started today:

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