Dr. Kozlowski received her undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan and her doctorate at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology through Yeshiva University. She completed a specialization in couples’ therapy during her graduate training, and has worked with a diverse range of individuals and couples struggling with a variety of issues in various settings, including psychotherapy clinics, hospitals, and a college counseling center. Additionally, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at a psychoanalytic institute, is presently a fellow of the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association, and supervises current doctoral students in psychology. Dr. Kozlowski has taught workshops about the psychology of productivity and given presentations about responsibly working with gender nonconforming students at middle and high schools. 

When it comes to her clinical practice, Dr. Kozlowski is particularly interested in working with young adults struggling with various transitions surrounding identity, relationships, sexuality, and career. She believes that this period of growth and change extends farther into adulthood of late, particularly in New York City, and she works well with these conflicts.

Dr. Kozlowski also has significant experience working with individuals struggling with depression and anxiety, trauma, and grief. She has obtained specialized experience working with LGBTQ populations, as well.

Dr. Kozlowski identifies as a psychodynamic psychotherapist but also utilizes cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness techniques in her work, integrating solution-focused strategies with in-depth exploration for a comprehensive treatment. Dr. Kozlowski believes in the importance of working collaboratively and establishing and working towards goals to enable individuals to make desired changes.