Jacqueline Oshiver, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who offers expertise in individual, couple, family and group psychotherapy with children, adolescents and adults. She utilizes psychodynamic, systems, solution-focused, and cognitive-behavioral approaches to the treatment of clinical disorders, and environmental stressors.
Ms. Oshiver believes deeply in a strengths perspective-empowerment model which views the client holistically. This perspective is combined with a warm, engaging, and supportive style. Her background includes a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania; an M.Ed. from Columbia University, Teachers College; an MSW from Bryn Mawr College, School of Social Work; post-graduate work in Substance Abuse from Rutgers University, Smithers School of Alcoholism Studies; post-graduate work in Family Therapy from Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic; and psychoanalytic studies in Object Relations from New York University.
Ms. Oshiver is an adjunct professor at several prominent New York City and New Jersey universities. She is an experienced clinical supervisor and an approved social work supervisor in New Jersey. For several years, Ms. Oshiver served as the Site Director at Princeton House Behavioral Health, the behavioral health unit of University Medical Center at Princeton, in addition to working with our group. She is now employed at Aroga as a full-time psychotherapist.