William Kania

LMFT


Director of Mental Health Clinical Services

 

Education:
B.A. Psychology and Minor in Business – Central Connecticut State University
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy – Southern Connecticut State University

Therapeutic Approach: My theoretical orientation is based upon Systemic, Gestalt, Person-Centered, Affirmative CBT, Brief Solution Focused, Experiential models.   I believe in an integrated approach utilizing the client’s experiences to co-construct treatment goals designed to empower the individual with symptom resolution and encourage episodes of care as needed.  I have extensive training in various evidence-based practices and outcome-based care.  I value the integration of behavioral and physical health care to accomplish holistic solutions to overall well-being.

Professional Interests: I have specific areas of interest in working with individuals that have experienced anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, and problem sexual behaviors.  I strive to incorporate cultural diversity and expression into my clinical work to empower one’s evolving sense of self as one progresses through life’s transitional stages.  I place a strong value on clinical supervision and put forth great effort in supporting clinicians and interns in their expansion of clinical skills.  I find excitement in the reciprocal learning process of supervision and support that all members of a multidisciplinary allied health team bring enlightenment and strengthen our ability to meet the evolving needs of the community we serve.

Language(s) Spoken: English

Preferred pronouns: He/Him/His

William Kania
Contact Information
Emailwilliam.kania@uconn.edu
Phone860-486-6874
Fax860-486-9159
Office LocationArjona 4th Floor
CampusStorrs