Lenka Glassman, Psy.D.

Lenka Glassman, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist who offers individual and group therapy for adolescents and adults experiencing struggles related to interpersonal relationships, self-esteem, body image concerns, identity development, LGBTQ concerns, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and trauma-related disorders. Additionally, Dr. Glassman provides assessment services for children, adolescents, and adults seeking a wide range of psychoeducational, socioemotional, and personality testing.

Dr. Glassman received her doctorate degree in clinical psychology from The Georgia School of Professional Psychology in Atlanta, GA. Following her graduate studies, Dr. Glassman completed her pre-doctoral internship at Temple University, Tuttleman Counseling Services in Philadelphia, PA, and post-doctoral training at Howard University, Counseling Services in Washington, DC. There, she continued to provide group and individual therapy as well as psychological testing for adolescents and adults from diverse backgrounds experiencing mood, anxiety, personality, trauma-related, and eating disorders.

Dr. Glassman received intensive training in treating victims of physical, sexual, and emotional trauma while working as intake coordinator at Courtois & Associates, and on the Sexual Abuse Counseling & Education team at Temple University, and has a special interest in working with clients who present with trauma-related symptoms. Dr. Glassman also received training in the treatment of eating disorders at The Eating Disorder Recovery Center in Athens, GA and has an interest in working with adolescents and adults experiencing negative/distorted body image, low self-esteem, unhealthy relationship patterns, and family functioning concerns.

Dr. Glassman’s therapeutic approach is integrative, allowing her to tailor treatment to meet the unique needs of each client. Along with cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and interpersonal therapies, she incorporates mindfulness techniques and trauma informed care. She views the therapeutic relationship as central in fostering growth and empowering clients to achieve their goals.