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Springfield Psychological:

Since 1985, Springfield Psychological has provided high quality and affordable behavioral health treatment to children, adolescents, adults, and older adults to enhance overall health and well-being. In 2017 Springfield Psychological formed a New Jersey company, Spring Behavioral Health of NJ and now has locations in Phillipsburg and Tom’s River, New Jersey.  In 2021, Springfield Psychological expanded to Wilmington, Delaware.

Our compassionate and caring team of licensed clinicians offer diverse expertise to support individuals, couples, and families to effectively navigate and manage life’s challenges. Everyone experiences emotional ups and downs. At times, lingering symptoms can create lasting changes in how one thinks, feels, or behaves. With professional treatment, you or your loved one can live a productive and fulfilling life!

Our Services

Springfield Psychological provides a full range of programs and services with psychologists, clinical social workers, psychiatrists and master’s level counselors.

Child & Adolescent Services

Emotional Problems such as sadness, worry, fear, and anger can drain a child’s motivation to learn. Family tension, peer conflicts, and drugs and alcohol can hinder healthy development


In Partnership With

Behavioral Health of Delaware
Wilmington – DE
J. Snyder Therapeutic Services
Ambler, Blue Bell, North Wales – PA
Relationship Resolutions
Canonsburg, Cranberry Twp, Greentree, Shadyside – PA
Mindful Changes Counseling, Inc.
Lancaster, York – PA

News & Features

June 16, 2021

What you Need to Know About Juneteenth

Juneteenth began in Galveston Texas, in 1865. Juneteenth commemorates the most revolutionary event in American history, the end of chattel slavery. It is a celebration of the liberation of some 4 million people from the brutality of bondage and exploitation. This was two and a half years after the Emancipation proclamation. Freedom has always been delayed for black people. Slaveholders in southern areas moved enslaved people around to avoid the Union Army and Emancipation. Finally, the Union Army made it to Galveston and delivered the news. But…they also ordered black people to stay put and work the same “jobs” they did as slaves for the same masters. Undeterred, many left anyway. In the face of delayed freedom, they celebrated anyway. In the face of delayed freedom, we celebrate anyway.

– Source of information: @thehumanityarchive

Celebrate Juneteenth!

How can you celebrate it? 

  • Support Black businesses
  • Educate yourself on Black history
  • Listen to Black artists, read books by Black authors and poets
  • Sign a petition to make Juneteenth an official national holiday
  • Donate to an organization that feels meaningful to you
  • Host an event! This holiday has always been about community and bringing people together.
  • Attend a local event 

Many Healthcare Workers Have Been in Need of Mental Health Services

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many healthcare workers have been in need of mental health services. Our highly-regarded centers offer a wide range of mental health services to all healthcare workers – schedule an appointment with one of our centers today.