Integrating Mindfulness in Mental Health Education  

Because our work with people is seated in the practice of Mindfulness, we believe that:

  • Mental health starts with an integration of a sound body and mind
  • Life’s process is simple, repetitive and can be mastered through action
  • Action determines success and success motivates action

An effective interplay between action and success requires:

  • Awareness, pursuit and acceptance of reality without judging
  • Self-reflection, honesty and dedication
  • Knowing life’s personal relevance
  • Learning from success and failure
  • Planning for the future
  • Creating a life worth living by interacting, participating, and communicating
  • And, a sustained effort, moment to moment

Integrated Personal Growth

  • Self-improvement emerges from…
    • Knowing through awareness…
      • Understanding through words…
        • Accomplishment through action.




Lucien L Duquette, PhD
Dr. Duquette received his doctorate from New York University in 1987 and has been licensed as a Psychologist in the State of New Jersey since 1989. Between 1967 and 2011, he worked for the County of Bergen as a Psychologist, Clinical Supervisor, Program Administrator, Clinical Director and finally as the Director of the Division of Family Guidance. Dr. Duquette has been an Adjunct Associate Professor at Seton Hall University since 1979 and in private practice since 1989. In addition to a number of consulting positions, he is currently providing treatment services for New Pathways Counseling in Paramus and Pine Brook and is a consulting Psychologist at the French American Academy in New Milford and Jersey City. He is a board member at Bergen’s Promise, Paradigm School and the Hope Foundation. He is trained in Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy, Ki Yoga, Tai Chi, Mindfulness Meditation, and Opened Focus Neuro-feedback. Dr. Duquette is the founder of the Behavior Wellness Center & Associates LLC and works as director, psychotherapist and yoga/Tai-Chi Instructor.


Roz Ginsberg, MS, LCSW, MPH

Coming soon!




Eileen McCabe, MS
Eileen Hoey McCabe received her Master of Science from Manhattan College in 1992. Eileen is a Certified Wellcoach through Wellcoaches Corporation and CEO of Emerald Lifestyle Management, LLC, since 2008. She is a Certified Yoga Instructor and Meditation Teacher, providing classes in New York and New Jersey. Eileen has had a successful career as an Engineer for over 18 years. She felt compelled to make a career change to follow her passion for helping people lead healthier and happier lives. Eileen’s journey to Wellness Coach began 25 years ago as a fitness instructor and then personal trainer. Working one-on-one brought her to the realization she could help her clients who struggled in others areas. Today, Eileen continues her work in wellness coaching in both the private and public arena, providing individual and group coaching, and custom wellness programs for businesses and organizations. Her coach approach is steeped in the tenants of positive psychology, mindfulness-based stress reduction and DBT concepts. Eileen inspires her clients to CLAIM their life through Conscious Living And Integrating Mindfulness in their daily lives.




Mallory S Everett,  MA, EDS, LPC

Ms. Mallory Everett received her Educational Specialist Degree from Hampton University in 2013 and her Masters-of-Arts in Counseling from Hampton University in 2010. She is presently completing her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology with an anticipated graduation date of May 2019. She presently holds a New Jersey License as a Professional Counselor and is completing the requirements for her licensing in New Jersey as a Licensed Clinical Alcohol & Drug Counselor. She has worked with several populations to include clients that are attempting to establish and maintain sobriety, those with Co-Occurring illnesses (mental health and substance abuse), clients with Trauma & Crisis, those who are experiencing academic adjustment and academic deficiencies, Children and families in need of psychoeducation and resources to meet their basic needs, those who have been Incarcerated and/or suffered diversity challenges. In addition, she has worked in a plethora of settings to include Correctional, Intensive Outpatient, Residential, Partial Hospitalization, and Community Agencies. Mallory is committed to serving those in need and dedicated to make it her life’s work.



Caroline Roach, M.S., LPC, LCADA

Caroline Roach  is currently completing her doctoral work in Counseling Psychology at The College of St Elizabeth in Morristown, NJ and will be granted the Doctor of Psychology degree in June 2019.  She earned her Master’s of Science from Rutgers University in Rehabilitation Counseling. Currently, Caroline is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She has experience working in different levels of care with the co-occurring population (people with substance abuse and mental health disorders) and understands the dynamics of how mental health and addiction can affect one another. Her experience includes working with the incarcerated population, intensive and outpatient services, residential community care, partial hospitalization, and medication assisted treatment (Methadone, Suboxone, and Vivitrol). Furthermore, Caroline has experience working with children of ages 5-17 years old in different treatment settings such as shelters, in home, and school to treat different types of diagnosis that are present early in childhood. Her experience with children has been related to ADHD, Autism, Conduct Disorders, behavioral health concerns and trauma including sexual and physical abuse and separation anxiety.



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