What We Treat– Westfield, NJ

Your Journey Towards a Happier, Healthier Life

Are you still seeking relief for your mental health symptoms after countless medications and therapies? Have you recently been diagnosed with a psychiatric condition and aren’t sure where to go next? Are you seeking out care for the first time? No matter where you are on your journey towards wellness, we are here to help. Our innovative treatments and evidence-backed techniques can be used to help patients with Treatment-Resistant Depression, anxiety, PTSD, and many other mental health struggles achieve a happier and healthier life. To discover if our services are right for you, we invite you to take our free online assessment, give us a call, or schedule an appointment online.



If you find yourself struggling to control your anger, you may have depression. While depression is most well-known for causing feelings of sadness, it can also manifest severe anger issues.


Millions of Americans suffer from anxiety. If your anxiety is constantly making you feel uncomfortable and overwhelmed, we encourage you to contact us. We can create a custom treatment plan involving therapy and that guides you towards long-term solutions for putting your anxieties to rest.

Attention Deficit

Studies suggest that at least 50-80% of children diagnosed with ADHD in childhood continue to struggle with it into adulthood. In addition to reliable treatments for ADHD such as therapy and medication management.


If bi-polar disorder is disrupting your life and happiness, we may recommend medication and therapy.


Are you feeling trapped by your depression? At Embrace Psychiatric Wellness Center, we can help you break the cycle and enjoy your life to the fullest once again.


There are numerous psychological disorders that involve an unhealthy relationship with food, such as anorexia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, and bulimia nervosa.


Grief over the loss of a loved one, a relationship, or a dramatic change in life can hit very hard. It’s natural to need some time to process your feelings. However, if you continue to struggle with feelings of grief and sadness for several months, you may have developed depression.


There is no question that sleep is related to your mental health and emotional well-being. In fact, insomnia is often comorbid with conditions like depression and anxiety.

Disorder (OCD)



Surveys suggest that Post-Partum Depression (PPD) affects about 15% of new mothers. If you are struggling to feel happy during this joyful time in your life, we encourage you to contact us.

Stress Disorder (PTSD)

While it is well-known that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can have a devastating impact on a person’s life, there is far less information available about the best ways to treat it. We can help you manage and overcome your symptoms with medicine management and therapy.


In a relationship, it takes effort from both parties to make it work. Unfortunately, many people focus on how they can change their partner, friend, or family member instead of looking to see how they can improve themselves. Underlying issues like depression, anger, anxiety, and other mood or mental disorders can cause unnecessary tension in relationships of all types.


Over the years, there have been many treatments designed to help patients struggling with substance abuse and addiction. TMS therapy offers these individuals a way to receive the care they need without the use of more drugs or medication. This option can be particularly helpful for people who are dealing with depression as a symptom of withdrawal.

Depression (TRD)

If you’ve tried several types of antidepressants with little to no improvement in your symptoms, you may have Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD). About 10-30% of patients diagnosed with depression suffer from TRD, and tediously trying medication after medication without results can take quite a toll on your quality of life. Fortunately, we are proud to offer a variety of FDA-approved treatments that have been proven to be safe and effective against the symptoms of Treatment-Resistant Depression.

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