Judith Kottick

Judith Kottick

Judith Kottick is a licensed therapist. She draws on her postgraduate training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, HeartMath biofeedback training, Complicated Grief and in behavioral medicine from the Mind/Body Institute at Harvard Medical School to provide a personalized approach to helping people cope with life's challenges. Although she has a specialty in grief, loss and infertility, she sees individuals, couples and young adults with a wide range of issues, from depression and loss to parenting difficulties, anger management and relationship stress. She guides patients through stress reduction, job and career transition, postpartum depression and other life changes.

Conquering COVID-19. A Therapist’s Tale.

May 16, 2020

As a therapist who has worked with people suffering all types of illness, grief and loss, I was still entirely unprepared for my own encounter with Covid-19.  It was harrowing, endless and challenging to every facet of my being. And in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, KindBody has asked me to share which aspects […]

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Taking care of your heart and mind during the fertility journey.

February 4, 2020

It is never a bad idea to bring awareness to our internal lives, an effort that should be routine, but rarely is in our fast paced culture.

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