Steven Kahn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with degrees in in Psychology (BA), Industrial/Organizational Psychology (MIOP) and Social Work (MSW). He works with clients of all ages, genders, ethnicities, lifestyles, and interests, as he empathetically listens to each individual’s journey. He enjoys working with adolescents, adults, families, couples, and businesses.
His specialties include treating anxiety and depression often cooccurring with many types of addictions, stressors, and/or traumas. For the last 5 years he has focused solely on behavioral health, working as a psychotherapist in private practice, a medical social worker and in outpatient behavioral clinic care. Prior, he spent over 20 years working with various corporations consulting with employees at all levels. He brings a unique perspective, given the breadth of his experience.
He uses various techniques such as CBT, DBT, and ACT. He has performed hundreds of biopsychosocial and depression assessments and other various evidence-based treatment and diagnostic tools in practice. He is also trained in the Gottman method for couples, and continues to advance in training in a number of areas.
Steven has a unique ability to help clients understand how one’s thoughts & feelings shape actions & behaviors. Through collaboration, clients become empowered to explore who they are, who they have been, and who they strive to be. He considers it an honor to be entrusted into the lives of his clients; he welcomes the chance to help those wanting to make changes.
On a personal level, Steven is a dedicated husband and father, has a passion for music (his own version of therapy), and enjoys running and staying physically active. He loves a good documentary or crime movie/series, trying out new restaurants, and time with his family.
What people are saying about Steven:
“I came to Steven for help with my anxiety as it related to a pending divorce that had various complications. I’ve never met someone that had so much true empathy for what I was going through and still does to this day. If you’re looking for a therapist that is real, tells it like it is, and really cares, he’s for you!”
Steven’s Recommended Readings:
A Mindfulness-Based Stress reduction Workbook – Stahl & Goldstein
Becoming Naturally Therapeutic – Small
Please Understand Me II – Keirsey & Bates
Broken – Moyers
The Body Keeps the Score – Kolk
Rising Strong – Brown
In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts – Maté
Clean – Sheff
The Sociopath Next Door – Stout
The Gift of Therapy – Yalom
The Boy who was Raised as a Dog – Perry