Relief Mental Health in Warren, NJ is an outpatient provider of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), psychedelic antidepressant therapy (SPRAVATO® esketamine and IV ketamine), psychiatry/medication management services, and talk therapy for the treatment of depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety and other mental health diagnoses. With 10 locations in three states—Illinois, New Jersey and Wisconsin—Relief aims to create a new standard for mental healthcare by offering innovative therapeutic interventions and responding to evolving patient needs
Lindsay McMahon, MA, MS, LAC, is a therapist at Relief Mental Health in Warren, NJ. She has experience in working with patients struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, and life transitions as well as other challenges.
Lindsay knows that depression, life transitions, anxiety, and/or mood disorders can be painful and sometimes debilitating. She strives to build therapeutic alliances by providing a non-judgmental, safe, and warm environment in which her patients feel comfortable. She is an LGBTQIA+ ally and believes that everyone is worthy of receiving the help they need.
Through evidence-based clinical approaches such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and person-centered therapy, Lindsay collaborates with her clients to identify and develop goals to facilitate personal growth. She understands that finding the “right therapist” can be challenging and sometimes intimidating, but believes one of the bravest things someone can do is reach out for help.
Lindsay earned a Master of Arts in clinical mental health counseling and a Master of Science in sport and human performance from Adler University in Chicago, and a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Kean University in New Jersey. She joined Relief Mental Health in 2022. She has a passion for reading and spoiling her two puppies, and loves to spend time with her boyfriend, family, and friends.
As part of a multi-state clinical and medical team at Relief Mental Health, Lindsay can assist clients in accessing Relief’s other services including psychiatry, psychedelic therapy (SPRAVATO® esketamine) for treatment-resistant depression, and TMS for major depressive disorder, OCD and other diagnoses.
Dr. San Juan is a board-certified psychiatrist passionate about helping patients with depression, anxiety, OCD, and other mental health diagnoses using a combination of medication, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, and SPRAVATO® (esketamine). She received her DO from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – School of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her Psychiatry residency at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School where she was named Resident of the Year at the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting.
Dr. San Juan is dedicated to treating patients with compassion. She has a history of positive outcomes, and is well respected in her field. Patients find that Dr. San Juan’s approach to care is individualized and collaborative.
Adil Yurekli, LCSW is a therapist at Relief Mental Health in Warren, NJ, where he works with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, the impact of trauma, as well as a variety of other mental health issues.
Adil believes that while many patients seek treatment for depression or anxiety symptoms, it is often the impact of their past trauma they need to address. He strives to empower his clients while simultaneously challenging them to take action to move forward with their goals.
Adil helps individuals accept their past and acknowledge their strengths. He guides clients in breaking the negative patterns in their lives and working to create new, healing patterns. He provides motivation, support, and compassion, as he works to understand a deeper meaning beyond life’s everyday struggles. He utilizes all experiences to help someone move forward with personal goals, values, and visions. Adil knows that seeking help can be hard but offers a safe space to build a therapeutic alliance with his clients.
Adil earned his Master’s degree in social work from the New York University Silver School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. A member of the National Association of Social Workers New Jersey Chapter, he joined Relief in 2022 and resides in Somerset County, New Jersey, with his wife. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, drinking coffee, sports, traveling, and photography.
Adil’s work with Relief Mental Health means that he collaborates with a dedicated team of experts, who in addition to therapeutic services, offers medication management, psychedelic antidepressant therapy (SPRAVATO®/esketamine) for patients suffering from treatment-resistant depression, and/or TMS evaluations for those struggling with depression or OCD.
Brook Evans, PA-C, MSPAS is a board-certified physician assistant at Relief Mental Health in Warren, NJ. She helps adolescents (ages 16 and older) and adults navigate anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues as well as a multitude of mental health concerns.
Being a provider working in psychiatry, Brook is fully transparent with her patients about her own mental health struggles. She believes sharing her own experiences allows patients to better relate and recognize she is able to understand what they are experiencing. She wants future patients to know she will always listen, never judge, and will work together as a team to meet goals. She strives to give patients the tools that will allow them to cope with their anxiety and reduce the number of bad mental health days.
Brook wanted to be a physician assistant since age 13 after spending many hours at doctor appointments dealing with an autoimmune disease and seeing her brother successfully battle cancer. In fact, she was so determined that she graduated high school and college two years early.
Brook earned a Master of Science in physician assistant studies from the Medical University of South Carolina and a Bachelor’s in psychology from Clemson University, also in South Carolina. She is a member of the Association of Physician Assistants in Psychiatry. Prior to joining Relief in 2022, Brook gained valuable experience by working in emergency medicine. She resides in Chatham, New Jersey, with her boyfriend and two cats, and enjoys hiking, fostering kittens and traveling.
Brook’s role within Relief Mental Health means she helps patients gain access to additional resources they might need to manage life stressors—psychedelic therapy (SPRAVATO®/esketamine) for treatment-resistant depression, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for depression, OCD and other diagnoses, or psychotherapy.