Asst. Clinical Prof. of Psychiatry, Psychotherapist
NYS License 000540
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Psychotherapist, NYS License 000540
Specializes in Helping you Find, Repair & Build Loving Relationships
I am an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at The Icahn School of
Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
I am a psychotherapist who specializes in helping you find, repair and build loving
relationships. I work with intelligent, high functioning people who wish to fulfill
their romantic, vocational and emotional potential. I am also a Life Coach, Grief
Recovery Specialist and Hypnotherapist.
As a hypnotherapist, I help people stop smoking,
lose weight, reduce stress and anxiety, fly without fear, overcome social and test
anxiety. I am especially very successful in helping people find and recognize their
soul mates, and to build solid home lives.
I offer you complete confidentiality. If you see me on your street, I will never
acknowledge you, unless you acknowledge me. You can be free to totally be yourself and
say anything without judgment. I have studied and am familiar with our laws.
I was born to be in this profession. As a young adult, everyone was always
asking me for guidance and assistance, which I lovingly gave without asking
anyone for acknowledgment or reciprocity; in my family history, you will find
Rabbis and Psychologists, so I believe it is preordained.
I have an MS in Clinical School Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Counseling,
Education, Foundations and Psychology. I love this profession, and am never bored. Every being is
different and presents a challenge to my expertise. I have taught Undergraduate
and Graduate Psychology at various Universities, such a s Stony Brook, Adelphi
University and Kean College. Last April, I presented a paper in Israel at the
Oxford-Mount Sinai Consortium in Bioethics which was very well received.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry,Psychotherapist, NYS License 000540
Karen A. Davis, Ph.D.
201 East 28th Street, suite 1DNew York, NY 10016
Greater New York Metropolitan Area
Weekdays. Other, if there is an emergency
American Psychological Association, Full Member since 1983
American Society of Psychoanalytic Physicians
Oxford-Mount Sinai Consortium in Bioethics
Mount Sinai's Seminars in Philosophy and Medicine
Mount Sinai's Bi-Weekly Seminars in Psychotherapy
Who's Who in America, 1999
Who's Who in International Education, 1978