Dr. Kozlowski specializes in working with young adults navigating various transitions surrounding identity, She believes that period of exploration, growth, and change extends further into adulthood of late, particularly in New York City, and she works well with these conflicts. In addition to emerging adulthood, Dr. Kozlowski’s work focuses on issues in relationships, struggles with depression and anxiety, times of transition, and difficulty connected to family of origin. She particularly enjoys working with LGBTQ identified people, and also works with couples and teaches workshops about the psychology of procrastination.
Dr. Kozlowski received her undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Michigan and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University. Her doctoral research focused on the role of compromise in mate selection. Dr. Kozlowski’s previous clinical experience includes a fellowship at a psychoanalytic institute, positions at a community mental health clinic and a college counseling center, and training in acute psychiatric care. She is currently a candidate at NYU’s Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.