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Home page for Kathy Gantz

Home page for Kathy Gantz

Kathy Gantz
Psychotherapist
Book an Appointment: 212-327-0952
•  Weight Loss •  Smoking Cessation •  Fear of Flying
•  Athletic Performance •  Sleep with ease •  Creating Relationships
•  Stress Management •  Public Speaking •  Recovery & Pain Management

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Kathy Gantz is a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist with 20 years of accomplishments helping thousands of people produce extraordinary results in their lives. She has conducted hypnosis workshops, seminars, and individual sessions for Fortune 500 companies.

Her private practice specializes in individuals, couples and groups, using a mind-body approach to improve your physical and emotional well-being. She employs an  a science backed, research driven approach to well being.

Ms. Gantz has an M.S.W. in Industrial Social Work and Psychology from Hunter College and a B.S. in Psychology from Skidmore College.

She is on the Board of the New York Society of Eriksonian Hypnosis and Psychotherapy and a member of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.

Kathy is working with The Center for Brain Health in clinical studies on Alzheimer’s. She participates at The Alzheimer’s Association as a volunteer. Kathy is a consultant at the Juva Medical Spa and the Beth Israel Hospital for Health and Healing, a company spokesperson for GlaxoSmithKline and Advanced Medical Optics, and a smoking cessation and hypnosis leader for the American Cancer Society. She has also done pro bono work for The American Heart Association, Jennifer Muller Dance Company, The Kaufman Center and the The Jewish Heritage Museum.

WELL BEING IS A VERB!