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Join Steps Together on August 9th, 2023, from 7 to 9 PM at The Landing  (311 Amwell Road, Hillsborough) for our first event focusing on mental health in our community.

This event is FREE but we do request you register in advance.


Let’s come together as a community to learn and talk about the normal ups and downs of life, from wellbeing to mental health to trauma. Learn how to recognize and help a friend or neighbor who is struggling and learn tools and resources for when life gets hard.


Hear one community member’s personal journey through mental health challenges to healing, growth, and wellbeing.


Learn about how trauma affects our brain and body. From small life events, to big catastrophes, to community trauma like COVID-19.

Bring more mindfulness into our lives. Explore and experience useful tools for calming big feelings, in kids, teens, and adults.


Read more about our featured speakers below.





Cameron is a nationally known financial services defense litigator and mediator.  In early 2013, his life was derailed by a major depressive episode that required that he be hospitalized. The love of family and friends, therapies including medication, and a steadfast dedication to sustainable self-care created a thermal of healing that lifted Cam out of the abyss of clinical depression, helped him attain enduring sobriety, and lead a life of renewed vitality and hope.

Cam has now given over 150 presentations on mental wellness, self-care, and resilience in-person and via webinars to audiences at law firms, Fortune 500 corporations, universities (including Princeton, Cal Tech, Stanford, Harvard, and Cornell), and at a number of high schools.



Mary earned her Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University and an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Rutgers University. Mary utilizes an evidence-based approach combining elements from CBT, DBT, complex trauma treatment, mindfulness-based healing, internal family systems, and person-centered psychotherapy.

Through Safe Therapy, Inc, our mission is to ensure everyone in New Jersey has a safe place to access quality trauma-informed mental healthcare. We match clients who have experienced debilitating trauma with clinicians who have the skills to help them get back to participating fully in the community.




Melissa is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of New Jersey with clinical experience working in community non-profit, private practice, in-home, and helpline settings. Melissa utilizes a strengths-based, person-centered, and trauma-informed approach in order to offer clients an accepting and nonjudgmental environment to facilitate their healing journey. Melissa practices with an eclectic orientation, drawing from psychodynamic and attachment theories to help clients change patterns of behaviors and relationships that may no longer be serving them, while striving to empower clients in building their coping repertoire and resilience in order to best navigate life’s challenges. 



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