Thrive Alliance Group was founded to make mental wellness a part of the climate and culture in school districts across the country. Our programs make schools stronger and transform the lives of students. Our leadership team brings together many years of experience in special services as Administrators, Licensed Social Workers, Clinical Supervisors, and Educators.

Thrive understands the challenges faced in school settings and helps districts navigate the complex need to improve educational outcomes by addressing mental health support. Services include on-site counseling for students and families, staff training, coaching and professional development, and mental health workshops.

Our Roles


As a Clinician at Thrive Alliance Group, you will help students and families gain insight into their difficulties and facilitate change by providing individual, group, and family therapy weekly, and crisis intervention counseling as needed. You will be embedded in a school district, collaborate closely with educators and administrators, and play an integral role in students’ academic success and social and emotional health.

At a glance

Team Members

Thrive Alliance Group supports more than 25 school districts in NJ. The administrative office is located at 14 Walsh Drive, #310, Parsippany, NJ 07054.


Amy Creswell

Senior Vice President, Clinical and IDS Operations

Amy Creswell serves as Senior Vice President of Operations for New Story, overseeing clinical operations and leading growth strategies for our ABA therapy and In District Services. Prior to New Story, Amy served in the roles of Chief Operating Officer for Mental Health Partnership, Area Vice President of Operations for Centria Healthcare, and Senior Vice President of Operations for Ciox Health. Amy has more than 20 years of operational leadership experience spanning across several industries including leading operations for a large, national ABA provider.

“I’m passionate about the ways that our clinical services can make an impact on the lives of children and young adults across a range of settings, from the ABA therapy clinics to bringing those critical services into schools.”


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