Carol L. Veizer, MA, ACS, NCC. LPC is a licensed professional counselor, an approved clinical supervisor, and a nationally board certified counselor. Carol is currently completing her PhD in psychology. She is the founder and director of the NJ Center for the Healing Arts in Fair Haven, NJ, an integrative mental health and complementary healing organization that has been providing counseling, therapy, spiritual development, and community and professional  education in Monmouth Country, NJ for over 22 years. To learn more about the NJ Center for the Healing Arts, visit Carol also maintains a private practice called The Practice, LLC in Spring Lake, NJ.


Carol is considered to be a pioneer in the field of integrated mental health and wellness – a model that focuses on health in all the dimensions of life -- mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. In addition to her work as a mental health administrator, psychotherapist, public speaker, writer and teacher, Carol conducts workshops and retreats that are designed to facilitate personal, professional and spiritual growth and development.

 Recent Presentations
 When Coping is the only Option
Living Life Inside Out
The Fine Art of Doing Nothing
Letting Yourself "Be" -- Becoming a Practitioner of Mindfulness and Authenticity

The Language of Love in the Clinical Relationship
Defining Boundaries on the way to Nirvana
 EyeWitness News: Breaking the Cycle of Violence in Children

Carol participated with author Gail Sheehy and healing professionals from NJ and Oklahoma City in a project bringing together surviving family members of 9/11 and the Oklahoma City bombings. She is cited in Gail Sheehy’s book, Middletown, America: One Town’s Passage from Trauma to Hope (Random House, 2003).


Carol is a seeker, a journeyer, and a learner. After successfully building an integrated health center and establishing a practice as a professional counselor/psychotherapist, she returned to graduate school, and she is now completing her PhD.  Carol integrates into her life daily practices of meditation and contemplation. The concept of Journeys without Walls began as a question about how she might broaden the scope of her own healing work without the limitations of a physical space and available time. This program is a reflection of the gifts that come from self-reflection, personal practice, and the collective desire of others who wish to participate in journeys without walls.