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Grow through change

with clarity, courage and compassion.

Serving Coastal New Jersey and beyond  |  Online and in-person


Judith Alfano is a trauma-informed therapist and educator who invites others to experience growth, clarity and confidence through therapy, workshops and retreats.


She brings warmth and generosity of spirit to her work, inviting those around her to bring questions, face their discomfort and explore their past with courage and conviction.


Whether you’re feeling anxious about a life change such as divorce, empty nest or retirement, facing illness and loss, or feeling tired and burned out, Judith’s compassion and knowledge can help you understand your experience, develop skills for facing challenges and feel confident in your future.

Let's partner together.


Integrative Therapy

Transformative sessions designed to support you as you face difficult circumstances. Develop skills and compassion for yourself and your history, understand and express your needs and desires, and explore and integrate your experiences so you can feel confident in your future.


Therapeutic Retreats

Retreats are a safe space for exploring loss and pain, answering questions for yourself, reflecting on your experience and discovering what might be next for you. They are especially meaningful for women at the threshold of a new phase of life. 


College Transitions

Comprehensive support and preparation for mothers and high-school daughters. Eight-week coaching designed to draw on your daughter's strengths, develop skills and awareness, and receive education. Transition to college feeling confident and prepared.


Transforming through change,


Be inspired, encouraged & educated on topics ranging from spirituality to integrative health care and wellness support.

Thank you.

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Monmouth County

44 Sycamore Avenue

Little Silver, NJ


Ocean County - Coming soon

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