Areas of Expertise
Addictive disorders, Impact of Chronic Illness, Adult Psychotherapy, Group Psychotherapy
PhD, Clinical Psychology, Boston University
Kathryn Kogan has taught in the Psychology Department since 1993. She coordinates and is the seminar leader for Undergraduate Internship in Psychology (Psych 430), and currently also teaches teaches Methods in Behavioral Research (201), Psychology of Women (236), and The Psychology of Chronic Illness in the Honors College. She has taught at the Boston University School of Public Health, Social and Behavioral Sciences Division. Kogan has a BA in psychology and religious studies from Brown University and a PhD in clinical psychology from Boston University. She maintains a clinical practice on the South Shore, where her clinical interests include the treatment of addictive disorders, the psychological impact of chronic illness, and adjustment and relationship problems in adults.