Dr. Berlin has vast clinical training experiences including a residential adolescent addiction treatment center in Israel, community mental health centers and youth detention centers. He was also a case manager and lead therapist in the youth services department of the Ridgeview Institute, a prominent psychiatric hospital in Georgia.
Dr. Berlin completed his clinical internship training at South Shore Mental Health. His training focused on treatment-resistant childhood severe emotional and behavioral disorders. His post-doctorate training focused on motor vehicle accident-related trauma. Dr.Berlin is the director of counseling at Yeshiva Ktana of Passaic, a private elementary school.
He is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association, The Society of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, Psychologists in Independent Practice, Northeast Counties Association of Psychologists, and the Association of Orthodox Jewish Psychologists.
Dr. Berlin has lectured on parenting children with emotional and behavioral difficulties,child development, helping children with school related challenges and trauma. Audiences included attorneys, mental health professionals, parents and educators.
“How to Utilize Psychological Services for Traumatically Injured Clients”
Passaic Bar Association
October 1, 2020
With Stephen Raff, Esq. &
Daniel Levy, Esq.
Of Raff and Raff
“The Development of Resilience in School”
Judaic Studies Teacher In-service
Yeshiva Ktana of Passaic
November 26, 2017
“A Profile of Rabbi Akiva, The Epitome of Resilience”
Hosted by Charlie Harary
April 29, 2020
“Dr. Berlin addressing Rebbeim”
Dr. Seplowitz is trained and proficient in the assessment and treatment of:
Dr. Seplowitz received his doctorate in Combined School and Clinical Psychology from Kean University in Union, NJ. In addition to his role at Aspire Psychological, he is currently employed as a postdoctoral fellow at the New Jersey Veteran Affairs hospital, where he works on a residential PTSD unit treating combat veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. He specializes in the treatment of anxiety, mood, and trauma and stressor-related disorders, and has completed extensive trainings and certifications in the evidence-based treatment of these disorders.
Dr. Seplowitz has had clinical experiences at a wide range of settings, including a state inpatient psychiatric hospital, Veteran Affairs hospitals, outpatient clinics, and rehab settings. He has provided individual and group therapy for diverse and broad populations, from young forensic patients to individuals with complex psychiatric and medical histories. He has facilitated psychotherapy groups on topics including addiction, trauma, relapse prevention, mindfulness, and emotion regulation.
Dr. Seplowitz is also an adjunct professor of psychology at Kean University, where he teaches undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral-level psychology courses, including Advanced Abnormal Psychology, Lifespan Developmental Psychology, Tests and Measurements, and several others.
Dr. Aryeh Berlin is a New Jersey licensed clinical psychologist specializing in motor vehicle accident related trauma, parenting, childhood emotional and behavioral issues, and school related challenges. He is an expert in treating social anxiety, separation anxiety, school refusal, generalized worry, phobias, OCD, panic attacks, selective mutism, depression, ADHD, disruptive behavior problems, parent-child relational issues and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Dr. Berlin earned a BA in Psychology University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He completed his masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology a program accredited by the American Psychological Association.
Prior to graduate school Dr. Berlin volunteered in Israel at Retorno- a residential adolescent addiction treatment. Graduate training included community mental health centers and youth detention centers. He was also a case manager and lead therapist in the youth services department of the Ridgeview Institute, a prominent psychiatric hospital in Georgia.
Dr. Berlin completed his clinical internship training at South Shore Mental Health, a highly selective and competitive program accredited by the American Psychological Association. His training focus was on treatment-resistant childhood severe emotional and behavioral disorders. His post doctorate training focused on motor vehicle accident related trauma. Dr. Berlin is currently the director of counseling in a private school where he has worked for a decade and the director of Aspire Psychological, LLC a practice that focuses on Motor Vehicle Accident Trauma.
Dr. Berlin has published research on family-based wilderness therapy interventions and has lectured on parenting, trauma, and
He is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association, The Society of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology and Psychologists in Independent Practice.
Dr. Berlin has lectured on topics related to accident trauma. Audiences have included attorneys and mental health professionals
Dr. Berlin has also lectured to parents, mental health professional and educators on topics related to children and adolescents including: