It's time to become

The Best Version of Yourself

Does it look like you have it all together on the outside, 

but inside, you feel completely overwhelmed?

Does it feel as if you are never able to slow down? Do you struggle with letting things go? Have a hard time saying no? Do you overthink? Struggle with making decisions? Do you worry so much about the future that it feels like you are missing the present?

Have you repeatedly tried to prioritize your needs (perhaps you promised yourself you would get more sleep, stress less, focus on your health, relationships, etc.) but haven't been able to stick with it because there was always another priority?

If any of this sounds familiar, you came to the right place.

What if things were different?

Imagine going about your day confidently, making decisions, knowing what is best for you, making that a priority, striving for excellence in the things that matter in your life without constant fear of making a mistake or failing, and setting boundaries without excuses or guilt and feeling comfortable in your skin and being able to let things go and leaving the past in the past.

You Can Make Positive, Lasting Changes

Changing old patterns is hard, especially if you try to do it quietly and alone. No one is "supposed to" handle everything by themselves. It is possible to break out of this cycle and experience the peace and balance in your life that you deserve!

Milissa Aronson, LCSW

My name is Milissa Aronson, and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I understand how easy it can be to fall into a pattern of being overworked and overcommitted. To feel overwhelmed by the realization that the habits and perfectionistic standards that once drove success now leave you feeling helpless or stuck. Or to be so upset by something that the thought or memory of it intrudes into everything you do.

For over two decades, I've helped high-performing individuals let go of the angst and worry that they regularly experience in their day-to-day lives without having to sacrifice the parts of themselves that they love, allowing them to feel content, confident, and comfortable with themselves truly.

It takes strength and courage to make a change. You can free yourself from old patterns. If you're ready to start feeling better, I invite you to reach out. I look forward to working with you and helping you grow into the person you know you were meant to be.


I work with adults, providing treatment for all of the conditions below. I also treat high school and college age athletes, addressing challenges related to sports and performance. 

Click on each option to learn more about my specializations.

In-person and telehealth sessions are offered. In-person appointments are offered in Summit and New Providence. 

The Summit office, located at 467 Springfield Avenue, is conveniently located within walking distance of the Summit train station. The New Providence office, located at 139 South Avenue, is located in the center of New Providence and has ample off-street parking.