Patrick Clinton, LPC

Patrick is available for in-person and virtual appointments. 


Patrick Clinton is a Licensed Professional Counselor LPC


Individuals Ages 18 and up

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Patrick Clinton is a Licensed Professional Counselor who offers supportive psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families ages 18 and up. He enjoys helping clients to explore and identify mental health challenge and to develop a pathway of healing. He offers in-person and virtual counseling to those struggling with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and more.

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Patrick Clinton is a Licensed Professional Counselor with advanced degrees from Marist College and Trenton State College. He has been the director of TeenHealthFX.com, an innovative resource in adolescent health education and winner of the prestigious NOVA award, which focused on using digital platforms to enhance mental health awareness. He also demonstrated commitment to digital innovation in mental health in his role on the Digital Health Awards panel.

Before coming to Riverside, Patrick taught as an adjunct professor equipping future therapists to meet the challenges of mental health care at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He also has a commitment to community service and support, which led to his involvement with the Families GOALS Project and the Morris County Traumatic Loss Coalition.

Patrick integrates his wide experience in mental health care into his counseling practice at Riverside. He is experienced at helping adults struggling with addiction issues, anger, trauma, grief and loss, aging issues, anxiety, and depression. He is also well-versed in a variety of therapeutic styles, allowing him to guide treatment based on the needs of the individual. Patrick is happy to offer counseling services to adult individuals, families, or couples, and is available for appointments in-person or online.

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