About The Next Right Thing

About Us

The Next Right Thing Team of Mental Health Professionals

The Next Right Thing treatment team has extensive experience working with adolescents and their families. Our three lead clinicians have over a century of directly working with adolescents. We are committed to working with your family to develop an individualized treatment plan with measurable objectives and goals. Where appropriate, we consult with schools in developing a long-term treatment plan. Our goal is to compassionately and professionally guide you and your adolescent through the steps of your adolescent’s recovery.

Julian HarttJulian N. Hartt Jr., MSW, LCSW

Clinical Director and Co-Founder
Julian has 43 plus years of clinical experience working with adolescents with substance abuse and psychiatric problems. He began his career working at Elmcrest Psychiatric Institute in Portland, CT, from 1972-1985, on the Adolescent Unit, including 4 years as Unit Chief. Read more ›

Dr. Ann PriceDr. Ann Price, MD

Medical Director
Dr. Price has 37 plus years of experience working with adolescents. Her experience includes working as the Chief Medical Officer for the Intercommunity Mental Health Group in East Hartford, as the Medical Director from Community Mental Health Affiliates in New Britain and as the Director of Adolescent Services at The Institute of Living. Read more ›

Gina PayneGina Payne, LMFT

Gina was licensed over 20 years ago in family therapy. She began her career in 1991 at The Children’s Center in Hamden CT, working with adolescents on a drug and alcohol inpatient unit and their families. Read more ›

The Next Right Thing, LLC • 345 N. Main St., Suite 306 • West Hartford, CT 06117
Located on the crossroads of North Main Street and Rt. 44 (Albany Avenue).

Phone 860-233-8803 • Fax 860-233-8807 • Email info@nextrightthing.net

Alert: The Next Right Thing does not accept funds for charity. Anyone using our name to that affect is doing so fraudulently.

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