Alicia Circle

Alicia Circle

Therapist

Alicia Circle works in the Admissions Department at Relevance Behavioral Health where she does a little bit of everything. She’s the first friendly voice you will hear when you call our main office; she’ll welcome you with open arms and assure you that you have called the right place. She can help you navigate through your insurance questions, discuss finances, and help you with just about anything else in between.
 
Alicia is a person in long-term sobriety who has a deeply rooted passion for helping others. She is a yoga teacher, reiki practitioner, CCAR Certified Recovery Coach, Refuge Recovery enthusiast, and SMART Recovery Facilitator. Her authenticity and devotion to helping others find their way back from the darkness of addiction are evident in the way in which she speaks, lives, and serves others. 

Allie Herrmann, CPC

Allie Herrmann, CPC

Director of Admissions

Allie is the Director of Admissions with Relevance Behavioral Health working alongside an amazing administrative and clinical team.  She is proud to say that she is a person in long term recovery who attributes her success and growth in recovery to the holistic and multi-disciplinary pathways that she has implemented into her life.  These same values and ideologies are reflected in the culture we promote at Relevance Behavioral Health.  
 
Allie takes great pride in her work and has a passion for encouraging and motivating individuals coming into treatment making the transition as comforting as possible.  

Christopher D’Alessio

Christopher D’Alessio

Operations Manager

Chris attended college at Saint Joseph’s University, where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in business. He went on to pursue a master’s degree in innovation management from Temple University. After graduating, Chris worked at a banking firm in Manhattan for a little over a year. He quickly realized that he wanted a career that would be more fulfilling. Chris found what he had been seeking with Relevance. Chris contributes leadership qualities and fine attention to detail to the remarkable, growing Relevance community.

Corinne Aballo, MS, LAC, NCC

Corinne Aballo, MS, LAC, NCC

Counselor

Corinne holds a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Monmouth University. Corinne practices from a holistic approach and believes that every client is a unique individual and therefore his or her time in treatment and in recovery should follow that individualized approach. Corinne strongly believes that a collaborative relationship between the clinician and the client is the best way to increase client motivation and success in treatment. Corinne has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults and has clinical knowledge in a variety of mental health issues including substance abuse, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, OCD, eating disorders, and autism spectrum disorders. Corinne believes in counseling by incorporating the person as a whole and meeting them where they’re at.

Danielle Goldberg ,MA, LAC

Danielle Goldberg ,MA, LAC

Therapist

Danielle is a graduate from Rider University with her Master’s Degree in Counseling and a mom of two. With over 10 years of experience in the counseling field, Danielle has an individualized approach with each client and values the therapeutic relationship. She has a passion to motivate change while meeting the individual where they are at. Her areas of specialty are substance abuse, trauma, severe and persistent mental illness, anxiety, and mood disorders. Danielle was DBT intensively trained, and utilizes a DBT approach, with individuals struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues. She feels it empowers clients to learn to regulate their emotions. Danielle’s counseling style is best suited for those individuals having difficulty regulating emotions, coping with urges, and relationship issues. She believes that if each individual can balance acceptance and change, they can begin to heal.

Sarah Fichtner MA, LAC, NCC, ESMHL

Sarah Fichtner MA, LAC, NCC, ESMHL

Clinician

Sarah is a Licensed Associate Counselor and National Certified Counselor, who holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental health Counseling from Kean University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Human Development from the University of Maryland. She is also certified as an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning (ESMHL) and a Disaster Response Crisis Counselor (DRCC).

Sarah practices from a holistic, multifaceted framework viewing every client as a unique individual with the ability to sustain wellness. She utilizes therapy approaches such as CBT, DBT, equine-assisted psychotherapy, solution-focused, and mindfulness. Sarah has clinical knowledge in a wide range of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, social anxiety, eating disorders/ body image, stress management, addiction, self-esteem, and family disorder.

As a former Division 1 student-athlete and captain of the women’s soccer team, Sarah was exposed to the prevalence of substance abuse and mental health issues among the athlete population and knew she wanted to pursue a career in counseling. She completed clinical internships at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Riverview Medical Center working with children and adolescents, as well as Southern Ocean Medical Center as a crisis clinician in the Emergency Room. Sarah also works as a therapist for a private practice.

Jessica Alomar, LPC, LCADC, ACS

Jessica Alomar, LPC, LCADC, ACS

Clinical Director

Jessica has been working in the field of mental health and substance abuse counseling for over 15 years, and has been instrumental in the areas of program development and clinical processes as they relate to multicultural counseling. Jessica specializes in CBT, Trauma-Focused CBT, Substance Abuse Disorders, Co-Occurring Disorders. In addition to her work within the adult population, Jessica also works with children and adolescents in the community, offering individual, family, and group counseling services.

Daniel Regan

Daniel Regan

CEO + Founder

Daniel Regan’s story begins as a person who struggled with the disease of addiction.