Navesink Psychological Services Practitioners


George W. Halliwell III, M.A., LPC, NCC 

George W. Halliwell III is a licensed professional counselor with over 10 years experience working with with a diverse set of individuals, families, and other systems. He has worked with clients across the lifespan, including children and adolescents to those facing the end of life. Mr. Halliwell's work has included clients with developmental and intellectual disabilities, terminal or life altering illness, and clients who have experienced physical or sexual traumas. Mr. Halliwell takes an active and holistic approach to the therapy process while relying on valid and evidence based modalities, including: motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), integrative behavioral therapy, and mindfulness based stress reduction. He believes in developing and fostering therapeutic relationships that encourage each individual to realize (or rediscover) a path that will help them develop a greater sense of personal fulfillment.

Education:

  • Post Master’s Certificate (Professional Counseling): Monmouth University

  • M.A. (Counseling Psychology): Monmouth University

  • B.A. (Psychology): Stockton University


Jenna Rinaldi, M.A., LPC

Jenna Rinaldi is a licensed professional counselor with over ten years experience. She began her career in a hospital working with children and adults on a behavioral health inpatient unit and in the psychiatric emergency screening department. Ms. Rinaldi has extensive knowledge in diagnosing and treating a range of mental health concerns. She is well versed in assisting patients and their families in navigating the mental health system of care. Ms. Rinaldi also works as a college counselor assisting students with career exploration, academic problems, age related difficulties, and personal issues. She has worked with adolescents in crisis for a variety of reasons including parental divorce, school problems, self-injurious behaviors, anxiety, social issues, and depression.  Ms. Rinaldi has experience working with teenagers, young adults, and adults. She specializes in treatment for depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues, parent child conflict, and adjustment disorders.

Education:

  • Post Master’s Certificate (Professional Counseling): Monmouth University

  • M.A. (Psychological Counseling): Monmouth University

  • B.A. (Psychology): Kean University


Nicole P. D’Amore-Nolan, MPP, MSW, LSW

Nicole D’Amore-Nolan started her professional career working in the non-profit sector, working with an organization that focused on addressing the public health challenge of teen suicide. Nicole has several years of experience working with communities and schools to build competent caring collaborations to help bring best practice interventions to youth all while helping to save lives. Through this work, Nicole was the director of a county wide youth council, bringing teens together from Monmouth and Ocean Counties in a partnership to create change and awareness for mental health. Alongside these teens, Nicole was able to develop and implement a youth summit that brought together topics teens were passionate about in a day-long event, focusing on overall wellness and resiliency. Stemming from her passion to help young people and decrease suicide rates in Monmouth County, Nicole returned to Monmouth University to receive her degree in Clinical Social Work. Following her graduation, Nicole worked with families in crisis, providing one on one counseling for youth aged 10-17 in both home and school settings. Through this work, Nicole also delivered teen psychoeducational groups in schools for middle and high school students. Nicole is an adjunct professor in the Department of Counseling at Brookdale Community College, where she helps incoming freshmen transition to college and adulthood expectations. Nicole has worked with a variety of clients including but not limited to those who have struggled with school behaviors, anxiety, grief and loss, and family dysfunction.

Education:

  • M.SW. (Master of Social Work – Clinical Practice with Children & Families): Monmouth University

  • M.P.P. (Master of Public Policy): Monmouth University

  • B.A. (Philosophy): Rutgers University, New Brunswick