William A. Wolf, MA, LAC, NCC William is a recent graduate from Montclair State University’s Graduate School, receiving his Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He has experience working in a community mental health setting serving a wide array of populations and demographics which includes, but is not limited to, adolescents, adults, LGBTQIA+ clients, and clients from different racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. His approach to therapy is rooted through a person-centered and strength-based approach, utilizing the client’s story and their identified strengths as a gateway to helping them grow and fulfill their goals both in and out of therapy. He also has experience with other therapeutic interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and gestalt therapy. William has extensive experience working with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, schizoaffective disorder, anger, relational issues, socialization, grief/loss, LGBTQIA+ issues, gender issues, and serious and persistent mental illness. His experiences have given him the opportunity to be well versed in facilitating individual and group therapies, as he has worked for a partial care program, intensive outpatient program, and outpatient program. William’s sole purpose as a counselor is to not only instill a sense of hope and trust within his clients through a strong therapeutic alliance, but to help them rediscover their worth as human beings in hopes of guiding them towards a happier and healthier life. William wants to provide a safe, accepting, supportive, and empathic space for his clients so they can feel heard, seen, and unjudged. Utilizing his passions for mental health and helping others, he will help guide his clients towards a more positive state of mind and will provide encouragement and motivation for them throughout the therapeutic process.