Rachel Kozlowski is a clinical psychologist in private practice with offices in Manhattan (Flatiron district) and Brooklyn (Williamsburg), where she sees adults and couples for therapy and leads a group for young adults. She specializes in working with individuals navigating various issues surrounding identity, including those related to relationships, self-esteem, sexuality, and career. She has worked with people struggling to work effectively, whether related to ADHD, anxiety, and/or general tendencies to procrastinate. She also supervises doctoral students studying psychology, contributes to a biweekly advice column about relationships on ravishly.com, and is an Early Career Scholar through the American Psychological Association’s Division of Psychoanalysis for the 2015-2016 year.
Psychology of Productivity
Learn about the behavioral techniques and time management systems that can help you conquer procrastination.