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Olga Starr Aramini

Olga Starr Aramini possesses extensive experience in the field of childhood trauma, in the realm of mental health services as well as community outreach, victim advocacy, and professional training.


Additionally, she has worked in crisis counseling, primarily with adolescents and young adults. Her educational background includes a Bachelor’s in psychology, an MBA with a concentration in organizational behavior and development, and doctoral-level studies in adult learning. She is trained in cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems theory, the Gottman Method for couples, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), creative arts therapy, and treatment of complex trauma.


Currently, Olga is completing her Master’s in Social Work at Rutgers University in the Interpersonal Violence and Trauma certificate program. At Hellenic Therapy Center, Olga is completing her internship hours and works with adults, children, adolescents, and couples in developing more constructive patterns of thought and behavior, learning skills for coping with life’s stressors and challenges and building healthy relationships.

As an intern at The Hellenic Therapy Center, Olga provides individual therapy, family and couples therapy to assist with building self-esteem and treating anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. Olga is available day, evening, and weekend hours.

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