Related Professional Services



Unlocked Potential   Here at Unlocked Potential, our mission is to provide quality, community based services to children effected by Developmental Disabilities and their families while utilizing an individualized, strengths based, and holistically informed approach.

Build N Care Are you looking for ABA services for your child in the comfort of your home? Are you looking for less stress in your life? Build-n-Care Therapy can help. We provide Customized in home ABA therapy, for managing Autism and enhancing the lives of children with special needs. We Provide in-home ABA therapy in New York and New Jersey.

J&B Therapy Welcome to J&B, where we strive to meet your students’ educational needs and get them to reach their full potential.  We believe all children can learn, and we partner with teachers and school faculty so that each child can maximize their ability to participate in everything that your school has to offer.

Our team of experienced, caring service professionals focus on the health and well-being of every child they work with, ensuring each child gets the opportunity to do – and be – more.


Programs for Special Needs Kids

Pathways for Exceptional Children NJ

Pathways was originally founded by Melinda Jennis in Montville Township, New Jersey in January 2002 as a support group for parents of children with disabilities. As a result of her own experiences with her son Jacob, who has multiple disabilities, Melinda knew much more had to be done to ensure the inclusion and success of her child and others like him. Melinda joined with her daughter Stephanie (age 7 at the time) and in November 2002, Pathways became a nonprofit. For the first five years, Pathways focused on building sports, recreation, and mentor programs that included children ages 3-21 of all abilities. Pathways quickly became known throughout New Jersey for its innovative “children teaching children” model, which provides a formal mentor training program that teaches children how to work with and include children with various disabilities.    Read more here     Pathways NJ

Mental Health Counseling:

sheriSheri Gibson LCSW, MSW

Change is possible. Hope is there. I have been working with individuals, families and couples since 1988 and went into private practice in 2000. I have worked in a variety of settings using a variety of therapeutic techniques. I have found that anybody can be helped regardless of the severity of their problems.
Each client is different thus needing different interventions from their therapist. I believe psycho-dynamic/psychoanalytic work is what results in lasting change. I will incorporate other modalities as needed or requested such as EMDR for Trauma related disorders.
I believe strongly in self-determination and privacy. I am not easily overwhelmed by difficult symptoms or people. In addition to almost 25 years of experience and post graduate training I continue to pursue learning all I can to ensure I am the best therapist I am capable of being.

judyJudy Spinney LCSW


Merritt Hubsher, MD, Psychiatrist in Cedar Knolls


Dr. Merritt S. Hubsher, MD   

ADHD, Mood & Behavior Center is a comprehensive Child & Adolescent therapy center devoted to the evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, social and academic difficulties, including ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Autism, Aperger’s Disorder, OCD and Learning Disabilities


Psychological and Educational Counseling:


Dr. Liz Matheis

Psychological and educational counseling, LLC


Special Needs NJ



Neuropsychology Associates of NJ

Lisa HahnDr. Lisa G. Hahn

Academic/Diagnostic Assessment:

NPANJ Neuropsychology of NJ


Ludmila Battista, MA, OG Otron Guillingham Reading specialist 862-258-0323 12 Mildred Terrace Flanders, NJ 07836

Learning Ally Dyslexia support

Decoding Dyslexia-NJ


Attorneys at Law

Education Law:

      John Rue & Associates 

What happens when your child isn’t progressing at school? What happens when the school district takes services away from your child? What happens when the school isn’t following your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP)? By law, your child is entitled to a free and appropriate public education. But the school district may make decisions you don’t agree with. If that’s the case, you may need help from an attorney who knows and understands education law.

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