Dr. Lori Katzman earned her Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University in 1999. Prior to that, she received her B.A. in Psychology from Lehigh University in 1994. While at Widener University, Dr. Katzman also became a Certified School Psychologist, concentrated in Family and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and was awarded the Shirley Fink Award for Care and Empathy upon graduation. Dr. Katzman’s doctoral dissertation focused on grandparenthood and the implications for clinicians working with older adults.
Following several years of volunteer and community-based work, Dr. Katzman joined Integrative Psychology Services in 2015. She specializes in providing individual on-going psychotherapy services with older adults living at home and addressing the specific needs of residents in a subacute rehabilitation setting, skilled nursing home, assisted living, and independent living environment. Dr. Katzman integrates cognitive behavioral interventions with positive psychology strategies to create increased emotional wellness as older adults cope with various age-related changes. She works closely with staff and family members to enhance services and continuity of care and believes older adulthood can be a time of growth and an opportunity to cultivate positive experiences. Dr. Katzman is a member of the American Psychological Association and Division 20: Adult Development and Aging. She is married and has two children. In addition to enjoying time spent with her family she loves reading, photography, knitting and exercising.