Zachary Katz, LMHC
- Adjustment Disorder
- Grief and Loss
- English /
Zachary is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with experience in private practice, non-profit, and school environments. He graduated from the City University of New York at Hunter College with a bachelor’s degree in English and Adolescent Education. After earning a New York State teaching certification in English Language Arts, Zachary went on to teach English in an inner-city public school for four years. It was then that he found his calling to work with people on a deeper individual level. In 2019, Zachary earned his Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the City University of New York at Hunter College.
As a therapist with experience in the private and non-profit sectors, Zachary has expertise and interest in working with young professionals and creatives such as musicians, visual artists, actors, and graphic designers, who are exploring identity and navigating transitions. Additionally, he has vast experience working with adults with developmental disabilities, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Intellectual Disability. He is experienced and takes an interest in utilizing poetry, expressive writing, and metaphor as a means of growth, healing, and connection. In addition to being a clinician, Zachary is a published poet, musician, and spoken word artist.
It is Zachary’s mission to practice as a mindful, humanistic, and integrative clinician. He works with children, adolescents, families, and adults alike, to assist in navigating the various social and ecological systems through which they exist. Zachary believes that beyond lines of culture, socioeconomic status, education levels, age, religion, etc., lies the universal need for empathy, compassion, therapeutic optimism, and resilience.