Our Team

Arnaldo E. Negron, MD

Board Certified Psychiatrist 
Medical Director

Arnaldo E. Negrón, MD received his MD degree from the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. He completed residency training in Psychiatry in 1994 at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York. In 1994 he served as chief resident at the Bronx Psychiatric Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

He completed a fellowship in Neuropsychiatry and Biological Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1995. is Board Certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology. He joined the Division of Geriatric Psychiatry at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1995 and for six years he was involved in clinical research and academia.

He maintains a teaching appointment as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Medicine & Dentistry/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Dr. Negrón is the Medical Director of Psychiatric Emergency Services and Vice Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Capital Health System in Trenton New Jersey. He has presented his clinical research in over fifty national and international research forums and published over fifteen publications in peer reviewed journals.

Languages spoken: English, Spanish

Robyn Rosenthal, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Robyn Rosenthal is a Licensed Professional Counselor.  She received a BS in Elementary Education from The College of New Jersey, an MA in Counseling from Kean University and an Ed.S. in Marriage and Family Counseling from The College of New Jersey.  She has worked in elementary education as a teacher, but has spent the last 18 years as a school counselor for fourth- and fifth-graders, working with students, teachers and parents.

She is also an IIC for the state of New Jersey and as such, works with at-risk children and adolescents and their families in their homes to address emotional and behavioral challenges.

Robyn enjoys helping people communicate more clearly and honestly in order to facilitate change not only from within, but also outside oneself by strengthening connections with others.

Jacqueline Oshiver, LCSW


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.

Mitchell Douglas, LCSW


Mitchell Douglas, MSSA, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with more than 2 decades of experience providing counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Mitchell has had additional post-master’s training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. 

Mitchell’s approach is to provide a supportive and safe space for clients to share and explore their experience and work together to identify and address obstacles to needed change. Mitchell examines client situations holistically, looking at the strengths you bring to bear as an individual, or in relationships, as well as the challenges and sources of stress impinging on leading a more productive and satisfying life. Mitchell’s therapeutic strategies draw from several evidence-based practices but are focused primarily on working collaboratively to

1) understand the way perceptions impact mood and behavior and 2) explore and address underlying conflicts that influence feelings, actions, and your situation. Regarding relationships, improving communication to recognize and facilitate meeting mutual needs is essential. 

Mitchell’s background and experience as well has consisted of leadership positions in behavioral health organizations, including Rutgers University Behavioral Healthcare, and roles in training and education, including having taught graduate students at the New York University School of Social Work and leading seminars at the Child and Adolescent Fellowship Program, Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine/Rutgers University.

Marijayne Henry, LCSW


Marijayne Henry, LCSW is a graduate of Rutgers University receiving both her bachelors and masters degrees in social work, where she focused on integrating therapeutic techniques to provide client-centered individual and group treatment. Marijayne has also received additional training in dual diagnosis treatment, incorporating symptom management and coping strategies for persons with both mental illness and additive disorders.

Marijayne has over 10 years of experience working with adolescents, adults, and their families. She has worked with adolescents diagnosed with addictions and severe behavioral problems in their private homes as well as in group residential settings. She has also worked with maternal substance abusers identifying specific treatment needs for women such a child care and transportation and working to incorporate these treatment needs into various inner city programs.

Along with seeing clients at Aroga, Marijayne is engaged as a senior primary therapist at Princeton House Behavioral Health, providing group therapy for their Dual Diagnosis Outpatient Program. She is also certified by the state of New Jersey’s Department of Children’s Behavioral Services providing in-home Strength and Needs Assessments for children and adolescents at risk.

Melanie Wechsler, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Melanie Wechsler is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years of experience working with clients ages 7 through 70. She specializes in areas including life changes and transitions, coping with parenting issues, dealing with anxiety and depression, adjustment to college and work, handling conflict, and achieving success in managing work- life balance.

Melanie graduated with an MSW from Rutgers and has experience working in hospitals, schools, and private practice.

Her approach focuses on offering clients insight, empowerment and support at overcoming life challenges.

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