Julie Goch


Julie brings over 15 years of experience in working with children, adolescents and adults in both individual, family and group settings. During sessions with her you will focus on self-awareness, empowerment, motivation for change, regulating emotions and behavior changes.

Julie utilizes Solution-Focused, Client-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral coping skills, along with art and play therapy to address a variety of mental health concerns. Julie has particular interest in assisting clients with anger management, ADHD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and some attachment issues.

Julie has extensive knowledge of working with blended families and dealing with day to day struggles of parenting a child with a mental health diagnosis. Julie takes a systems approach to treatment and seeks to understand each family member’s role and how change can positively impact the family unit. She has experience in community, residential, foster care, outpatient and home-based therapy. She is excited to bring her skills and love for the field to Kent Psychological Associates.

In her free time, Julie enjoys time with her husband Adam and three dogs—Madison, Max & Mason. When they can they like to travel to warm waters of the Caribbean or visit family in New Jersey and New York City.