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Dr. Hayley R. Hirschmann

Clinical Psychologist and Bereavement Specialist

Morris Psychological Group P.A

Direct Phone: (973) ***-**** ext. ***       

Email: h***@***.com

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Morris Psychological Group P.A

50 Cherry Hill Rd. Suite 305

Parsippany, New Jersey 07054

United States

Company Description

Morris Psychological Group, P.A. offers a wide range of therapy and evaluation services to adults, children and adolescents. http://www.morrispsych.com Daniel N. Watter, Ed.D. specializes in the treatment of individuals and couples experiencing sexual a ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Medical Staff

Saint Barnabas Medical Center

Assistant Program Supervisor At the Outpatient Mental Health Clinic

South Nassau Communities Hospital

Affiliations

Member
New Jersey Psychological Association

Member
Morris County Psychological Association

Member
American Psychological Association

Education

B.A.

psychology

University of Michigan

Masters degree

clinical/school psychology

Hofstra University

Ph.D.

clinical/school psychology

Hofstra University

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Hayley R. Hirschmann, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist


Contact Info | Morris Psychological Group

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Hayley R. Hirschmann, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist 973-257-9000 ext. 208


Hayley R. Hirschmann, Ph.D.

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Hayley R. Hirschmann, Ph.D.

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Dr. Hayley Hirschmann is a clinical psychologist in private practice with the Morris Psychological Group, P.A. in Parsippany. Practice specialties include treatment of adult depressive and anxiety disorders. She also has a special interest in, and experience treating, mental health issues specific to women. Such issues include, but are not limited to, post-partum depression, post-surgery depression, menopause related depression, adjustment to divorce or single parenthood, and coping with chronic illness, losses or trauma.
Dr. Hirschmann received her B.A. in psychology from the University of Michigan in 1990. She went on to obtain her Masters degree (1991) and Ph.D. (1995) in clinical/school psychology from Hofstra University. Before coming to Morris Psychological group, Dr. Hirschmann worked as an Assistant Program Supervisor at the outpatient mental health clinic of South Nassau Communities Hospital on Long Island. While working there, she was trained as a member of the Nassau County Critical Incident Response Team and responded to several local disasters.
Dr. Hirschmann is on the medical staff at Saint Barnabas Medical Center (in Livingston, NJ) and works part-time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, providing support opportunities for new parents facing the trauma of having a newborn in the ICU. She is a member of several psychological associations, including Morris County Psychological Association (MCPA) and New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA).
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Dr. Hayley Hirschmann is a clinical psychologist in private practice with the Morris Psychological Group, P.A. in Parsippany. Practice specialties include treatment of adult depressive and anxiety disorders. She also has a special interest in, and experience treating, mental health issues specific to women.


Postpartum Depression: Are Older Mothers More at Risk? | Morris Psychological Group

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According to Dr. Hayley Hirschmann, clinical psychologist at The Morris Psychological Group in Parsippany, NJ, "when it comes to psychological factors, the research does not always point to a clear conclusion.

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"Women who are experiencing these symptoms should seek professional help right away because symptoms can worsen," says Dr. Hirschmann.
It has long been thought that postpartum depression may be caused by the hormonal fluctuations that accompany pregnancy and childbirth. The dramatic drop in estrogen levels that occurs in the days following birth does trigger elevation of an enzyme that has been associated with mood changes. But while hormonal changes are likely the cause of the short-lived baby blues that set in soon after birth, there has been no conclusive evidence that they are responsible for later-onset postpartum depression. "We haven't pinpointed a precise biological basis for postpartum depression," says Dr. Hirschmann, "but we do know which factors put a woman at higher risk."
"Is the association between multiple births and postpartum depression due to the more extreme fluctuation of hormones in multiple births? Dr. Hirschmann asks.


When Death Stuns Those Left Behind, How to Cope? | Morris Psychological Group

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But Hayley Hirschmann, PhD., a clinical psychologist and bereavement specialist at Morris Psychological Group, reassures us that grief is a perfectly natural response to the death of a loved one and can be made more bearable by recognizing the common feelings surrounding loss and healthy ways to cope that can help us move forward.

A loved one's death often causes the most intense type of bereavement, and the level of emotional suffering typically matches the significance of one's personal loss. Ultimately, however, grief is a highly personal and individual experience, Dr. Hirschmann says.
"There's no right or wrong way to grieve, but some forms of grief are less productive and can lead to outcomes such as extended anxiety and depression," she explains.
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Wallowing in grief can be destructive, however, but not facing your feelings can be equally damaging to your mental health, according to Dr. Hirschmann. She offers these tips for managing bereavement in a way that leads you forward:
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"An experienced psychotherapist can help you work through your intense emotions and overcome obstacles to healing," Dr. Hirschmann says.

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