Dr Karen Glick, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist
My approach to therapy is flexible as no two people are the same, even if on the surface they share the same diagnosis! At the same time, it is important to recognize that we all share many of the same life concerns. Together, in therapy, our goal will be your ability to make the best choices possible for your own personal growth and to incorporate the values you treasure into your life.
I earned a doctorate in psychology (PsyD) from Widener University in 1992. I then pursued a post-doctoral certificate in neuropsychology which I completed one year later, specializing in psychotherapy with clients who suffered from mild head injuries or strokes. I worked with hospitalized clients at Friends' Hospital for two years as a general psychologist and also ran a partial day hospital program for older patients with depression or anxiety.
For the past 16 years, I have been working with diverse clients focusing on many types of issues: career and education counseling, anxiety reduction, relief from depression, navigating difficult life choices, couples' therapy, parenting issues, making changes necessary for better health, and dealing with the ultimate issues of aging, mortality, and loss.
- University of Pennsylvania BA 1974
- University of Pennsylvania MBA 1977
- Widener University PsyD 1992
- Mediplex Rehabilitation Hospital post doc in neuropsychology 1993
- Licensed to practice clinical psychology in the state of Pennsylvania