Dr. Stephen Oreski, LCSW



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Dr. Stephen Oreski, LCSW

I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my clients. Utilizing compassion and understanding, I work closely with each client to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.

Dr. Stephen Oreski is a psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of trauma. He works with individuals, couples, and families dealing with the most challenging of situations. With over twenty years of experience, Dr. Oreski is passionate about helping his clients transform the challenges and pain of their lives into stepping stones for their awareness and growth. He has a collaborative approach to psychotherapy. His good humor and open-mindedness create a safe therapeutic atmosphere where clients feel comfortable exploring, understanding and moving past their presenting problems.

Dr. Stephen Oreski has extensive experience counseling those with anxiety, depression, addiction, and other challenges in inpatient and outpatient settings. He specializes in working with male survivors of sexual violence and childhood abuse. With empathy, compassion, and cutting-edge techniques, Dr. Oreski utilizes his skills to work with each client to achieve their goals and live a more productive, happy, and fulfilling life.

His professional background includes leadership in social movements, policy, advocacy, and community organization. As the Program Development Coordinator for the New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NJCASA), he collaborated with other state and local program professionals and government agencies to plan and develop statewide policy and program initiatives, coordinated training with the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, and implemented standard best practices and facilitated service provision for all New Jersey county-based Sexual Violence programs and Rutgers University.

Dr. Oreski has served on the New Jersey Governor’s Council Against Sexual Violence, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Trauma Group, and The NASW-NJ Continuing Education Committee. He provides supervision and consultation to organizations and not-for-profits, and other clinicians interested in advancing their clinical skills.

Dr. Stephen Oreski is a contributor to the Encyclopedia of Sexual Violence and Abuse and has published case studies in The Social work and Sexual Trauma Casebook. He has been interviewed for articles in the Bergen Record, Asbury Park Press, the Newark Star-Ledger, The Press of Atlantic City, and NJ.Com. He has spoken to both local and national media regarding the effects of trauma on the individual and society.