Monique Santone, LCSW
As a psychotherapist, Monique brings over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
Monique understands that therapy is a profoundly personal and intimate way to address problems, obstacles, or concerns — whether mental, emotional, or behavioral. Her clients can attest to her warmth, humor, and relatability and express that her office is an open, safe space to delve into deeply personal healing.
Monique specializes in the treatment of:
Behavioral issues in children
Parent/child relationship issues
Monique’s approach has been influenced by many contemporary theories and therapies. As such, she works with a wide range of treatment approaches and modalities, including but not limited to:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Solution Focused Therapy
Client Centered Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, Masters of Social Work
- Rutgers University, Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work
Monique is fantastic! I reached out to her about three months ago and have been getting therapy with her about once a week since. I tend to go through some very big emotional ups and downs–sometimes seemingly for no reason–but she has been incredibly good at helping me deal with the downs and enjoy the ups! I know when I go there, I won’t be judged and am free to express myself.
Monique and Dr. Kolli are a great team. It is so nice to have a therapist and doctor that work so closely with each other. Monique has shown me how to look at things differently and that I can control my worries. I feel like the combination of the medication prescribed from Dr. Kolli and the tools I am getting from Monique have helped me regain control over my life. I am finally able to enjoy my life again.
My teenage daughter has been seeing Monique since the summer and I am so happy we have found her. Monique made her feel comfortable since her very first visit and she looks forward to talking to her weekly. I am grateful that my daughter found a space to talk about her feelings and work through the stress of school and friendships.