Center for Men at Hilltop Behavioral Health

It’s natural to handle everything on your own, it may not always be the best idea. Our expert clinical staff specializes in helping men find their equilibrium and believe change is possible. Feeling purposeful in the face of tough events is what we do; we help you get unstuck. There is a way to make it all happen, feel better and finally see a way through!

While it may be natural to handle everything alone it may not always the best idea, especially when faced with challenges. Our practice specializes in helping men find their equilibrium, to feel strong in the face of hard times, it’s time to get unstuck. When working through it all feels repetitive, there is a way out. You can gain your sense of control back and be the man you want to be.

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Men experience a Mental Health Disorder in their lifetime.
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MEN struggle with a relationship between body and food.

Facts About Mental Health

Did You Know That?

 While people of all genders experience mental health conditions, they may present differently in men.

While men can experience a wide range of mental health conditions, some common ones include: Anxiety, OCD, Depression, Anger, ADHD, & Eating disorders

For example, cultural norms around how men “should” behave imply that men should appear “strong” while managing their emotions, further creating a barrier to accessing treatment and recovery support.

Men who don’t feel like they can speak openly about their mental health struggles might also have a harder time identifying the symptoms of mental health conditions themselves.

Discover change with authenticity.

Male Eating Disorders

A preoccupation with weight, body, food, calories, exercising and/or dieting. You may refuse to eat certain foods, engage in food rituals, and possibly have extreme concern with your body size and shape.


Restlessness, panic, difficulty concentrating and /or controlling feelings of worry, muscle tension, irritability, or sleep problems. Living in a high stakes environment can be exhausting.


You may experience restlessness, panic, difficulty concentrating and/or controlling feelings of worry, muscle tension, irritability, or sleep problems.


Fatigue, irritability, loss of interest in work or hobbies, worthlessness, or feelings of sadness are present on a regular basis.

Client Service Areas in Northern New Jersey. Conveniently located in Summit, our Hilltop Behavioral Health team works at a pace that is comfortable for you. We offer help with eating disorders and depression in all areas including Livingston, Millburn, Maplewood, South Orange, Warren, and surrounding towns in Northern New Jersey.

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