Jeremy Lichtman, PsyD

Highland Park NJ
When a client works up the courage to begin therapy, they deserve to be treated with the highest standard of care. I am committed to providing evidence-based therapy to effectively target and treat a wide range of presenting problems, ensuring that all my clients receive treatment informed by the latest research. I know how difficult any therapeutic work can be, and care deeply about creating and maintaining a compassionate, caring environment for each one of my clients.
I am a psychologist living and working in central New Jersey. I attended Rutgers University's Graduate School for Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), where I received my doctorate in School Psychology. I specialize in applying Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to a number of presenting issues, including Tourette Syndrome, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and the range of anxiety disorders. I also utilize Dialectical Behavior Therapy-informed practices for clients struggling with self-injury and suicidal ideation. As an Orthodox Jew, and a practitioner who has worked with Jewish clients from all denominations, I have a personal and professional understanding of Jewish culture, religion, and intergenerational traumas, and how these can impact mental health and interpersonal relationships. My wife and co-practitioner, Simi Lichtman, and I were trained by MAPS in MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for Trauma, and believe strongly in the potential of psychedelic medicine to facilitate powerful therapeutic processing and healing from trauma and a number of other diagnoses. We are currently accepting new clients in our joint practice.