Kara Britzman PsyD, LCP
Clinical Psychologist

Every one of us experiences challenges that arise within the context of living human lives.  Often, we move through life with the wounds of earlier days and these experiences can act as defining parameters of who we are and who we will become. While continuing in this familiar way can seem like the safest course, it is rarely the path we would choose given true freedom and the foundation that comes from deep self-awareness. In one way or another, most of us yearn to maximize the growth of self-understanding, authenticity, and meaning in our lives. 

As an experienced, dedicated therapist, I enjoy working with teens (17+) and adults experiencing a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, identity, health and life transitions. My previous work includes supporting collegiate and young adult populations, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, individuals impacted by incarceration and those experiencing disordered eating.  As a queer-identified, neurodivergent therapist, I find it imperative to utilize a depth-oriented, anti-oppressive, trans-affirming, and body positive therapeutic lens, and I am passionate about creating a welcoming, affirming space for clients from all walks of life.

You are invited! I encourage you, no matter who you are or what you’ve experienced, to take the leap to engage in therapy, and I look forward to providing a warm, welcoming space for a thoughtful, contemplative exploration of yourself and the experiences you hold. Together, we will create an ongoing conversation where your authentic self can be more fully known, and as this work brings light to greater places of peace and comfort, I look forward to joining you on a journey of deep self-awareness, reflection, and understanding.