Dr. Kathleen Warman
Kathleen Warman, PsyD is a post-doctoral fellow with experience providing treatment to children, adolescents, young adults, and families. In addition to treating a variety of behavioral and emotional difficulties, Dr. Warman has specialized training working with the Latinx/Hispanic population and the LGBTQIA+ population. She provides treatment in both English and Spanish. Her therapy primarily incorporates a family systems approach and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). In order to provide well-rounded care, Dr. Warman considers the whole person, including the experiences they have had in the past to inform the current challenges they are facing.
Throughout her training, Dr. Warman had opportunities to work in Miami, Chicago, and New York City in settings such as private practice, university counseling centers, outpatient, and hospital settings. She has experience with individual, family, and group therapy in addition to conducting psychological and psychoeducational evaluations. She views individuals as part of the larger systems they make up such as their family, culture, and community. Dr. Warman works to help the individual while also guiding them to navigate challenging relationships and circumstances in their lives. She enjoys connecting with her clients and incorporates creativity, humor, compassion, and clinical skills in order to provide the highest quality care.
Dr. Warman began her career at the University of Florida where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with dual majors in Psychology and Spanish and a minor in Latin American Studies. She then earned a master’s of education and a master’s of arts in counseling psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. Her master’s degrees included a concentration in bilingual Latino/a mental health. Dr. Warman completed her doctoral education at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Florida International University’s Counseling and Psychological Services Center, where she provided services to FIU undergraduate and graduate students.
Dr. Warman is a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Latinx Psychological Association.