Dr. Angelone has been living and working in South Jersey since completing his Doctoral degree from Kent State University in 2004. He has worked in a variety of treatment settings including hospital based inpatient/intensive outpatient units, community mental health, college counseling centers, and private practice. He is currently licensed in the state of New Jersey.
Dr. Angelone works with individuals across the lifespan, emphasizing adolescents and adults seeking treatment for anxiety, depression, anger, trauma/PTSD, couples/marital distress, adjustment issues, and addictions. He provides treatment using a Cognitive-Behavioral basis along with solution focused and positive psychology models. He is a Professor of Psychology at Rowan University, is the director of the Aggression, Substance and Sexuality Research Team, and maintains research expertise in sexual behavior and substance use.
A lifelong resident of Southern New Jersey, Dr. Zane has been working in the Tri-State area since 2004. Completing his Masters degree at Rowan University in 2008 and his Doctoral studies at Immaculata University in 2015, Dr. Zane has worked for community-based organizations, in hospital settings, on college campuses, and private practice. He is currently licensed in the state of New Jersey.
He provides Cognitive-Behavioral and psychodynamic therapies, specializing in treating substance use, mood and anxiety disorders, stress management, and family/couples counseling. Dr. Zane also incorporates comprehensive treatments focusing on the impact of diet, excercise, and lifestyle habits on mental health
Dr. Kaczka is a Licensed Psychologist in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He has worked in mental health in various capacities since 2009, joining A to Z Psychological Services in 2017 following the completion of his doctoral degree from Immaculata University. In therapy, Dr. Kaczka believes in taking an integrative approach that meets the client where they are. He frequently incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques into his work with clients due to their evidence base and emphasis on symptom relief.
Dr. Kaczka understands that psychotherapy is not a “one-size fits all,” experience and works to tailor treatment to the needs of each individual. Dr. Kaczka works primarily with adults, adolescents and couples. His clinical interests include: anxiety disorders, substance use disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, and trauma recovery. Dr. Kaczka also performspsychological assessments for a variety of purposes including diagnostic clarification, pre-surgical mentalhealth evaluations, and ADHD assessment.