BIO

Dr. Rachel Kozlowski is a psychologist in private practice in New York City, where she sees adults and couples for therapy and leads groups. Dr. Kozlowski specializes in working with individuals navigating various issues surrounding identity, including those related to relationships, sexuality, gender, self-esteem, and career. She integrates techniques from psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness models in her work with clients.

Dr. Rachel Kozlowski 's Articles

Help! After Three Years Of Marriage, Our Sex Is Stale

Dear HeadSpaces, is there any way to get our spark back after this long? — Sexless in Seattle

Help! I'm Pregnant And Hate My New Body

I’m four months pregnant and already can’t bear the sight of my growing stomach. I'm worried I'm not eating enough and that scares me.
Dr. Rachel Kozlowski & Dr. Naomi Ben-Ami   |   02.25.15 2am   |   SHARE

Help! How Do I Know If I Should Get Married?

I know I love my boyfriend and I think I’m ready to get married but how do I know if he’s the one I want to spend the rest of my life with?
Dr. Rachel Kozlowski & Dr. Naomi Ben-Ami   |   02.11.15 2am   |   SHARE

HeadSpaces: Help! I've Never Had An Orgasm

I’m a 28-year-old women who’s had enough sexual encounters to really start to worry about never having had an orgasm. What’s wrong with me?! Can you help?

HeadSpaces: Help! I Never Get Asked On A Second Date

I go on lots of first dates with the help of OkCupid and Tinder, but I can’t seem to get a guy to want to take me on a second date. What gives?

HeadSpaces: My Girlfriend Won't Come Out Of The Closet

I’m a woman who’s been involved in a serious relationship with another woman for over three years now. But only a few of her friends know about me.

HeadSpaces: I'm A Serial Dater Who Can't Be Alone

HeadSpaces is a column featuring the clever minds of psychologists Dr. Rachel Kozlowski and Dr. Naomi Ben-Ami discussing modern romance.

HeadSpaces: Are Long Distance Relationships Hopeless?

HeadSpaces is a brand new column featuring the brilliant minds of psychologists Dr. Rachel Kozlowski and Dr. Naomi Ben-Ami discussing modern romance.