Allison Lansky, LMFT, CEDS, NCC

Allison Lansky, LMFT, CEDS, NCC
856-722-9043, ext. 706

Allison Lansky has over 25 years of experience in the field of psychology and counseling with individuals, couples, and families. From 2009-2021 she treated patients with eating disorders at Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in the acute care setting. She was a clinician and leader on a multidisciplinary team treating the full range of feeding and eating disorders for children, adolescents, adults and their respective partners and families. She also facilitated groups on a variety of topics including Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Grief, Loss & Meaning. She has experience with all genders and demographics, with a variety of comorbid diagnoses including mood and anxiety disorders, alexithymia, sexual trauma, and non-suicidal self-harm. These experiences have helped her to be flexible, creative, and multidimensional in her work with patients.

As an outpatient therapist, Allison does general practice and also continues to specialize in the treatment of eating, mood, and anxiety disorders. She treats people with chronic medical illnesses, acute personal or family crisis, adjustment disorders, attachment issues, parenting skill deficits, complex parent/child relationships, and self-esteem and confidence deficits. Her focus alongside individual therapy is on intervention within the family system using Structural Family Therapy as her theoretical underpinning. She makes flexible use of many therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavior therapy, Logotherapy, bibliotherapy, grief healing and meaning insight, strengthening emotional fluency, and compassion focused therapy. Allison’s warmth, humor, and sensitivity are facets of her presence that complement all of her skills and experience.

Allison takes time to develop a meaningful connection to care for the soul of each patient and family member as she believes the relationship is the foundation for healing in therapy. She holds distinct the time, attention, and intimate care for individual and family relationships with pets and the journey through pet grief and loss. Lastly, Allison includes dialogue and exchange on the spiritual component of the human experience for each patient and how this can promote healing, recovery, and triumph through life challenges.

Allison attended The College of New Jersey where she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology, her master’s degree in community counseling, and her educational specialist degree in marriage and family therapy. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Nationally Board-Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, and she holds a National Certification in Counseling from the National Board of Certified Counselors.