Karin Genis – MFT
After a career in law and management, Karin is pursuing her passion to help individuals and couples transform themselves and their relationships.
She seeks to provide her clients with tools to empower them to let go of old relational patterns and replace them with more satisfying and fulfilling connections.
Her approach draws on research and evidence-based approaches, including Emotionally Focused Therapy, the Gottman Method, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
Karin holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Middlebury College, a Law Degree from George Washington University, and a Master’s Degree in Psychology from New York University, with a concentration in Neuropsychology.
Outside of her work at NBMFT, Karin also works as a co-parenting mediator and coach at Healthy Co-Parenting.
Karin has also completed an Advanced Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy at Long Island University.
As an associate therapist, Karin can accept sliding scale clients