About Me


Titania Grant LPC, NCC, ACS

Licensed Professional Counselor 

Who Am I

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Advanced Clinical Supervisor. I’ve been working in this field for over five years. My desire to become a therapist came about during my adolescence, when a close relative was diagnosed with Schizophrenia. Viewing his journey and seeing how poorly people with mental health concerns were treated propelled me into the helping field.

Over the years, I have gained a wide range of experience working in outpatient, partial care, and higher education settings. The nature of my experience includes providing individual, family, and group therapy to a varied population (i.e., marital/couple’s issues, depression, anxiety, academic problems, crisis intervention, addictions, and many more).

What is my approach to therapy?

My approach involves creating an integrative and individualized plan to fit each client’s therapeutic needs. Sometimes we need a neutral and unbiased person to motive us when we are unable to motivate ourselves.

Initial sessions are focused on rapport building. I strive to provide a safe place to experience and process their emotions, identify unhelpful patterns, and learn healthy coping skills. My approach is tailored to the individual’s therapeutic needs.

Therapy with me is about bringing awareness to unhealthy behaviors and thought patterns that may be impacting your life. Without recognition of these patterns it is impossible to make a conscious decision to be/do something new. My overall goal is to equip each client with the skills needed in order to manage all of the stressors that they might experience in their daily life.

Credential and Qualifications

School: Nathan Weiss Graduate College, Kean University

Year Graduated: 2015

States Licensed:

New Jersey – 37PC00679600

Pennsylvania – PC014043

Colorado –  LPC.0018439


National Board Certified Counselors

New Jersey Counseling Association

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