Rebecca Sidoti, LCSW
Rebecca Sidoti completed her undergraduate education at Kean University and attained a BA in Psychology with a minor in Fine Arts. She went on to continue at Kean University Graduate School of Social Work for attain a Masters in Social Work in 2016. While in graduate school, Rebecca chose a clinical focus in Trauma Informed Care. She accrued the required clinical hours needed to obtain the Licensed Clinical Social Work (LCSW) credential while at Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care Psychiatric Community Home for children.
Rebecca has experience working with children, adolescents, adults and the aging in many settings ranging from school settings, residential settings and outpatient settings using an integrated orientation of therapy that consists of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Person- Centered Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Therapy. Rebecca’s techniques and approaches in therapy consider the individual needs of the clients and uses a strengths-based approach. Rebecca’s area’s of expertise include stress and anxiety disorders, trauma and abuse, relationship issues, career difficulties, coping with life changes, anger management, parenting challenges and family conflicts.
Professional Membership/ Trainings
Rebecca is a member of the National Coalition For Child Protection Reform (NCCPR), and the National Association of Social Workers New Jersey Chapter (NASW-NJ) and was a member and presenter for her published work titled “Corporatism in Big Pharma” in Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry at the Kean University Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP).
- · Anxiety/Panic Disorders
- · Depression
- · Mood Disorders
- · Family/Relationship Conflicts
- · Anger Management
- · Adjustment Disorders
- · Trauma and Abuse
Rebecca has obtained the certification in Seminar Training in Field instruction (SIFI). The SIFI certification is used to provide bachelors level and masters level social work students with supervision in their clinical internship placement. She provides them with supervision and guidance needed to gain the clinical knowledge and skills needed to come a competent, empathetic and well-rounded clinician.