Myrna Kaplan has over 25 years of experience treating adults and seniors, individuals and couples. Her treatment approach is eclectic, including cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused brief therapy and interpersonal therapy. Her clinical areas of interest and expertise include the following: depression; bipolar disorder; anxiety and panic; obsessive-compulsive disorder; marital and relationship issues; separation and divorce; codependency; stress management; women’s and men’s issues; health and medical issues; chronic illness and grief. She is affiliated with the National Association of Social Workers, Academy of Certified Social Workers and has a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work.
“As a behavioral health therapist, I focus on wellness and enhancing one’s quality of life. My treatment approach includes assessment, education, discussion, practical application, personal growth tasks and bibliotherapy. These processes provide skills that will carry individuals throughout all aspects of their lives.”
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Master of Social Science Administration, Case Western Reserve University
Ages 18 and older