Janet McCulloch, MSW, LCSW
Janet McCulloch is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She earned her master’s degree from Rutgers University in Clinical Social Work with a minor in Addiction Studies.
Prior to joining Village Counseling Services, Janet worked for the Hunterdon Hospital Hospice Program. She is a Certified Grief and Loss Specialist and provided comprehensive bereavement services and psychotherapy to hospice patients and their families.
Additionally, Janet worked as a primary therapist at Princeton House Behavioral Health’s partial hospital, intensive outpatient, and partial care programs. She provided individual and group psychotherapy and has expertise in working with individuals with a dual diagnosis and those who have experienced trauma and in need of crisis intervention.
Janet has trained in a variety of clinical approaches, including CBT, DBT, ACT, ARCGROW Trauma Informed Therapy, and Nurtured Heart. Janet can be heard speaking on a wide variety of mental health topics as a regularly invited guest on local radio stations. With her diverse clinical background, Janet utilizes her expertise to assist clients in reaching their therapeutic goals.