Michael M. Osit, Ed.D.
Dr. Osit has been working with children, families, adults, and couples for over 35 years. He is a dynamic and frequent local and national presenter on a wide variety of topics. Dr. Osit has participated in training psychologists and physicians through teaching and clinical supervision. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Osit is the author of "Generation Text: Raising Well-Adjusted Kids in an Age of Instant Everything" (Amacom, 2008), awarded "Best Book of the Year" by Instructor Magazine. His latest book is entitled, "The Train Keeps Leaving Without Me: A Practical Guide to Happiness, Freedom, and Self-Fulfillment" (CreateSpace, 2016). He also authors a column entitled "Mind the Mind" appearing in Warren Connections 2. Dr. Osit has a strong media presence, appearing on numerous national and local television and radio programs, and is frequently interviewed for national magazines such as Parent, Parenting, Women's Day, Better Homes & Gardens, Self, and Parade, to name a few.
Richard A. Charwin, Ed.D.
Dr. Charwin, with over 30 years of experience, adds a unique therapeutic orientation to WPA. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, his pragmatic approaches have been extremely beneficial to the children and adolescents he treats. In addition to private practice, Dr. Charwin has extensive experience working in school based settings, and supervising other counselors.
Nicole L. Liebman, LPC
Nicole Liebman specializes in clinical work with children, adolescents, families, and adults. She holds dual graduate degrees in counseling psychology and education from Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. Nicole has expertise in the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for anxiety and depression in a wide breadth of clinical environments. She conducts therapy and consultation for WPA and serves children and teens with social skills deficits, mood disorders, developmental disabilities, and disorders of cognitive functioning. She has presented professionally on ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders in children and adolescents, and has used her clinical acumen to help teachers develop and implement social skills programs in schools and integrate the training into their respective curricula.
Nicole was also recently chosen as one of New Jersey's Top Psychotherapists by NJ Family Magazine for 2016. (Coming December '16)