Kevin Brennan (bio)

Psychologist for Young Professionals

Contact:Ms. Ayanni Hanna
Mailing Address: 201 Rock Road, Glen Rock, New Jersey, United States of America 07452
Phone:(732) 231-6248
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Dr. Kevin Brennan

Fields of Interest:

Mental Health, Psychology, Body Language, Career/Lifestyle, Change, Family/Youth, Gender Issues, Motivation/Inspiration, Personal Development, Problem Solving, Relationships, Self Esteem, Assertiveness, Family, Goal Setting, Womens Issues, Grief Loss and Life Transitions, Marriage & Family, Marriage, Parenting, Abuse, Addictions, Cultural, Disorders, Anger Management, Depression

Most Requested Topics/Programs:

  • Women's Health
  • Career
  • Quarter-Life Crisis

Recent Engagements:

  • New Jersey Young Professionals presents 'The Quarter Life Crisis'
Length of presentation:1 hour - 1 1/2 hours
Travels From:Northern New Jersey
Travel Limits:
Target Audience:Any
AV Requirements:N/A
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Dr. Kevin Brennan is a New York/New Jersey based clinical Psychologist who concentrates on helping new parents and other young professionals cope with new generational issues. After earning his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, Dr. Kevin dedicated his professional career to finding answers for young professionalsí questions. Whether itís choosing the right career or picking the right partner, he uses his expertise and experience to help take the stress out of the Quarter-Life crisis.

Dr. Kevin operates from two offices: one in the heart of Manhattan, the other in Bergen County, NJ. While one-on-one therapy is a major focus, Dr. Kevin frequently contributes Young Professional advice in presentations, books, magazines, radio, and e-zine publications, as well as in his own blog. Some of Dr. Kevinís most popular topics include creating and maintaining friendships as adults, compromise, womenís issues, the Quarter Life Crisis and the Thrisis.

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