Director, LCSW, CSAT, CPTT
Gary Katz received his undergraduate degree in Education and his Masters of Social Work from Rutgers University. He is licensed in New York and New Jersey and has offices in Manhattan, Westchester and Bergen County, NJ.
During the past 24 years, Gary has worked with tweens and teenagers in individual and group settings helping them transition into young adults. This can be a very confusing time for them but also a very formative period to learn about themselves and their values. Social acceptance from their peers is often one of their greatest needs and puts many choices in front of them.
For the past 16 years, Gary also worked extensively in the field of sexual addiction (as well as other addictions) both with the addict as well as with their spouse. All addictions are destructive to the addict as well as to the spouse and family. Sexual addiction, however, has its own set of challenges and hurts. Recovery for the addict and restored trust for their family are possible.
Relationships are a part everyone’s life. We all have them: Romantic relationships, friendships, family relationships, business relationships, etc. They have the ability to bring out the best of us as well as the worst. It’s the area where we learn the most about ourselves whether we like it or not.