Karen Brodsky, Ph.D.

Dr. Karen Brodsky received her Ph. D. from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA in 1983.  She has been providing behavioral health services for more than 30 years, working with varied groups, from pediatrics to geriatrics. 

Since 2016, Dr. Brodsky has been associated with Integrative Psychology Services, directed by Dr. Keith Golin.  She provides residents of continuing care communities with diagnostic intake as well as individual, couple, and family psychotherapy.  She specializes in treating the major symptoms of problematic adjustment, namely depression and anxiety.  A caring approach is combined with scientifically valid interventions that can reduce depression and stress-related symptoms.

Previous professional experience was acquired at Mercer County Special Services in Hamilton, NJ and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.  Dr. Brodsky provided psychological services for handicapped children and adults with behavioral, physical and learning disabilities.