Survey Response: Karen Kay, PsyD, PhD
This survey was last updated in February 2013.
Degrees/Licenses Held: Clinical Psychologist (PsyD., PhD.)
1800 Fairburn Avenue, #109
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Number of years in practice: 25+
Number of years in practice with patients who have TMS: 25+
Number of patients you have seen who have had TMS: 30
What is your association to the TMS community? Clinical psychologist
Have you ever suffered from TMS? I am of the opinion that everyone has difficulties that manifest in the body at sometime or another in his/her life and so I would include myself in that category.
Are you able to conduct therapy sessions over the phone? No
What insurance plans do you currently accept? I complete all paperwork for out-of-network reimbursement.
Do you have a sliding scale of payment for people who are not covered by insurance? When available in my practice.
What have you done to educate yourself about TMS, and what plans do you have for further education about TMS?
I have been supervised by Arlene Feinblatt, Ph.D., as well as Eric Sherman, Psy.D., and Frances Sommer Anderson, Ph.D. in addition to attending TMS conferences and reading relevant literature.
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I am a licensed clinical psychologist with psychoanalytic training and have a private practice in West Los Angeles. I have worked with TMS patients throughout my 25+ year career, and have been supervised by Arlene Feinblatt, Ph.D. (the psychologist who developed the psychotherapeutic approach to TMS in collaboration with John Sarno, M.D.) as well as Eric Sherman, Psy.D., and Frances Sommer Anderson, Ph.D. I have had great success in helping people who struggle with mind-body difficulties. In addition, I have specialty training in working with children, adults, and families. I have been an approved supervisor by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy since 1991. Please visit my website to learn more about me: http://www.karenkayphd.com
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