Dr. Kowalski is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in working with individuals and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, and relationship problems. Dr. Kowalski’s work also focuses on helping individuals and couples who feel frustrated, stuck, and/or unsure about how to go forward in their lives identity the ways and means to achieve the kind of lives they want.
Dr. Kowalski’s approach focuses on helping people identify the patterns, systems, behaviors, and thinking that are blocking them from achieving their potential and developing new ways to engage with the world. To achieve this, Dr. Kowalski uses a collaborative and engaging approach rooted primarily in existential, gestalt, and systems theory.
Dr. Kowalski earned his doctoral degree at Temple University and his Master's degree in Clinical-Counseling Psychology from La Salle University. He has worked in both private practice and partial hospitalization settings and is a member of the faculty in the Psychology Department, as well as the Executive Director of Institutional Research, at Montgomery County Community College. Dr. Kowalski also frequently presents at national conferences on the subjects of motivation, identity, and education.