Karen Mruk is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with an office in Midtown Manhattan specializing in couples counseling and relationships, self-esteem, career counseling, anxiety, creative blocks, and depression. She works with individuals and couples who are struggling with work and life balance, parenting issues, and those feeling disconnected from their partners. She also works with couples who are dealing with infidelity, miscommunication and loss of the connection that once drew them together. Drawing from personal experience in the arts, she particularly enjoys supporting creative and performing artists as they work through creative blocks and uncover their full potential. She also enjoys working with individuals navigating career changes, providing emotional support during times of uncertainty and helping to advance professional growth.
Psychoanalytically trained, Karen primarily works with a relational focus. Her style is dynamic and versatile, integrating a therapeutic approach that addresses each client’s unique presenting concerns.
Karen is a highly seasoned clinician with over 20 years of experience supporting individuals, families, couples, and groups. She is dedicated to helping clients develop the tools to successfully achieve satisfying relationships and careers. Her office is conveniently located near the 6 train at Lexington and 33rd as well as the B, D and F trains at Harold Square.