Dr. Julie Kolzet is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides compassionate and professional care to patients experiencing a range of challenges including anxiety, depression, work-related stress, adjustment issues, relationship concerns, insomnia, and weight management. In particular, Dr. Kolzet has specialized training in health psychology and is the founder of Insomnia Relief NY, a portion of her practice that provides specialized, non-medication based treatment for insomnia.
When working with patients, Dr. Kolzet works diligently to ensure that her techniques are well matched to each individual's goals and strengths. She has specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), including CBT for Insomnia (CBT-I), the #1 recommended method for treating insomnia.
Dr. Kolzet is enthusiastic about helping patients. She welcomes new patients to her practice which is a short five-minute walk from the subway station on 77th St and Lexington Ave. Dr. Kolzet can also provide referrals to her associates who are trusted clinicians, who may have availability to see clients at a reduced rate.
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Hello and thank you for taking the time to visit my Zencare profile.
I am a licensed psychologist with an established private practice located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan across from the Carlyle Hotel. As a therapist, I strive to help my clients overcome challenges, adopt long-term health promoting behaviors and thrive in their daily lives. My practice specializes in treatment options for common problems including depression, worry, insomnia, stress, sexual concerns, generalized anxiety and social anxiety. My practice treats children, adolescents and adults both individually and in a group capacity using a theoretical approach that is best described as cognitive-behavioral. Further, I always do my best to employ techniques that are well-matched to an individual's unique set of goals and strengths.
Feel free to visit my website at doctorkolzet.com to learn more about me and my practice. I hope to have the opportunity to work with you and help you progress on your wellness journey.
Please note that I request a brief phone conversation with all new patients requesting an initial appointment at my office. This call is intended to make sure that I am the psychologist that is best suited to meet your individual needs. Moreover, I realize that starting therapy with someone you do not know can be unnerving for some. I hope that a warm, introductory phone conversation will help.
Please also note that I have two excellent associates who see patients at my practice on weekends. Currently, I am not accepting new patients for weekend appointments; however, my associates are accepting new patients for weekend appointments.