Support and guidance
for your journey of growth.

Your life—or a loved one’s—isn’t looking the way you hoped.

Mental Health challenges and intense emotions are interfering with living a full life.

You may feel like there’s no way out, like you have to resign yourself to a life of misery and struggle. Or you may have already embarked on the journey to shape a better future.

Wherever you are along the path, we can help you take the next step.

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Help is with InReach.

At InReach, we use evidence-based treatments to help people like you strengthen their relationships, feel better about themselves, and navigate their lives with confidence.

In our decades of clinical practice, we have helped dozens of people find meaning and joy.

We’re excited to help you get there too.

We currently offer intensive outpatient programs for:


Conditions we treat include:

Our Approach

Our customized treatment program harnesses proven modalities like:



and commitment

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desensitization and



(e.g., art,

Who We Are

Matis Miller

Matis Miller, LCSW, A-CBT, DBT-LBC

Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer

Matis Miller is the founder, director, and supervisor of The Center for Cognitive & Behavioral Therapy of New Jersey and the author of the groundbreaking book The Uncontrollable Child.

Dovid Becker, LCSW, ADHD-CCSP

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Dovid Becker is a Program Director & Adjunct Professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work. He is a results-driven social worker, writer, and public speaker specializing in the treatment of ADHD.

Esti Goldschmiedt, LMSW

Program Director

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Esti Goldschmiedt served as a senior case manager at Chai Lifeline for 18 years. She now brings her extensive healthcare experience and management skills to Inreach Behavioral Health.


Adina Metchik, LCSW

Adina has years of experience in both agency and private practice settings. She tailors therapy to each client's needs and goals, helping them explore strengths, overcome barriers, and foster positive change. Adina is extensively trained in DBT and incorporates CBT, EMDR, and Ego State work into her practice.

Chumi Schwartz, LSW

Chumi treats clients with non-judgmental and empathetic integrative care that is goal-oriented. She has experience from working in a hospital setting providing intensive outpatient treatment for high-risk behaviors, including suicidal ideation and substance use. Chumi's clinical expertise includes treating mood disorders, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and relationship issues, using an integrative approach with DBT, CBT, Psychoeducation, and Mindfulness.

Jodie Touboul, LCSW

Jodie is a dedicated therapist with a wealth of expertise, certified in EMDR and trained in DBT and IFS. She runs a private practice offering compassionate care and transformative therapy. She also facilitates groups for Ray of Hope and Yad B'Yad and consults for Yad Rochel.

Mimi Frankel, LAC

Mimi is a licensed associate counselor and expressive art therapist. She holds a Master of Science in clinical mental health counseling and certifications in expressive arts, dancing mindfulness, somatic work, psychodrama, and yoga teaching.

Pessy Lieber, LCSW

Pessy Lieber, LCSW, holds a Master of Social Work from Wurzweiler School of Social Work and is a Phi Alpha National Honors Society member. Her background includes supporting individuals with developmental disabilities and families facing terminal illnesses. With two years of focused social work experience, Pessy helps individuals, couples, and families overcome life's challenges.

Sara Schapira, LSW

Sara earned her master's degree in social work from Long Island University and completed post-graduate training at the Family Institute of Neve Jerusalem, specializing in family therapy. Her clinical experience includes treating mood disorders, anxiety, relationship issues, and complex trauma. Intensively trained in Somatic Experiencing and EMDR, Sara uses various evidence-based modalities to create individualized, collaborative treatment plans.

Sheva Dunoff, LSW

Sheva is a compassionate clinician specializing in adolescent and young adult mental health. She combines evidence-based therapies to foster empowerment and progress, using a goal-oriented approach. Her warm nature helps clients feel supported and motivated throughout their therapeutic journey.

case managers

Avigial Schustal, SWI

Avigial Schustal holds a master's degree in speech-language pathology and has worked extensively with young children. She is also a trained parenting coach, providing parent training at the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of New Jersey. Currently pursuing an MSW, Avigial's dedication to supporting families and commitment to continuous learning make her a valuable resource for parents and children.

Devorah Basser, SWI

Devorah Basser is an MSW intern at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work. She has gained valuable experience mentoring struggling teens and their families during her internship. Devorah tailors interventions to empower individuals toward positive change, always approaching her work with empathy and a genuine desire to help.

Rochel Moskowitz, SWI

Rochel is a compassionate social work intern pursuing her MSW at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Drawing from her coursework and clinical experience, she creates a nurturing environment where every individual feels valued and heard. Rochel approaches each interaction with sincerity and deeply respects those who courageously seek support.

The treatment process

the treatment process

1. Initial phone call
First, you’ll speak to our coordinator for about 15 minutes to determine if our program is a good fit for you.

2. Intake
Next, you’ll meet with a member of our team. They’ll assess your history, diagnosis, presenting issues, and appropriate level of care. You will also have an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about how our program works.

3. individualized plan
We will match you with a therapist to help you reach your goals. We will also match you with an individual therapist and take initial measures.

4. Program attendance
Finally, you’ll start attending the program. Your schedule will include group sessions and weekly individual sessions. You will come to the center 3-5 days a week for 3-5 hours a day, depending on your level of care. Treatment typically lasts 1-3 months. Periodically, we will take follow-up measures to track your progress.

5. Step-down process
When you have reached your goals and are ready to move forward, we will still be there to help. You can choose to continue with a therapist or group you enjoy, and we’ll provide resources and referrals for follow-up care. We will continue to check in with you from time to time to hear how you are doing.

Our Commitments to You:

We will accept you for who you are
We will set goals and work to meet them
Your information will stay confidential
You can expect top-quality care

It gets better from here.

When you join InReach, you are joining a healing community. Inside you is someone strong, confident, capable, and at peace with themselves. We look forward to helping you discover that person, bring them to the surface, and live the authentic, fulfilled life you were meant to lead.

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