Outpatient Behavioral Health
The Gregory P. Shadek Behavioral Care Center
If you are looking for mental health support, The Gregory P. Shadek Behavioral Care Center is an outpatient program with a team of psychiatrists and social workers. Our team addresses common mental health conditions, including:
- bipolar disorder
- personality disorders
- substance abuse disorders
For patients with severe conditions needing around-the-clock supervision and care, we can help connect you with our inpatient psychiatry service or other appropriate higher levels of care.
“Most of us are in the dark when it comes to understanding how our past influences our present. Helping people illuminate their stories through psychological truths is a blessing.”Toni Shy, LCSW
Appointments and Locations
Our psychiatrists and licensed clinical social workers (LCSWs) accept most insurances. Appointments with psychiatrists (MDs) are available at our main behavioral health practice, located at 25 Rockwood Place in Englewood, New Jersey. Call 201-894-5604 for an appointment.
Our social workers provide one-on-one psychotherapy services at select primary care practices in the Englewood Health Physician Network. We also offer video visits and group counseling sessions. Call our central social work referral line 201-894-5604 to learn more and make an appointment, or download the list of locations and direct phone numbers.
In addition to providing one-on-one treatment, The Gregory P. Shadek Behavioral Care Center invests in our community. We have developed partnerships with organizations to focus on various education and awareness-raising programs in addition to prevention and outreach. These programs include:
- addressing the opioid epidemic in our community through addiction training and free NARCAN® (naloxone) kits
- promoting our stigma-free designation and training on how to adopt a destigmatizing philosophy to care
- hosting and coordinating educational events for the community around important issues such as addiction and youth anxiety
“So many people feel so alone when struggling with a mental health issue. Learning you are not the only one who has felt this way is very powerful and healing.”Carolyn Gnerre, MD