Martin H. Klein, Ph.D. Psychologist - Therapist - Executive Coach Westport Fairfield Stamford Now offering Video Conferencing For All of Connecticut
About Dr. Martin H. Klein Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Klein received his doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology at Berkeley in 1986. He has been licensed as a clinical psychologist in the states of New York and Connecticut since 1987.
He received his B.A. from the State University of New York at Binghamton. He majored in psychology and philosophy and graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Dr. Klein has extensive training and experience working with children and adults in individual psychotherapy and couples counseling. As a trained hypnotist, he utilizes the art of hypnosis and integrates these techniques in his clinical work.
As part of his education at Berkeley, California he completed a two year training analysis with Dr. Rollo May, a legend in the field of existential psychology and creativity and author of the New York Times Best seller "Love and Will."
Prior to establishing his private practice in Fairfield and Westport Connecticut, Dr. Klein was an assistant professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine where he was also employed as a clinical psychologist.
Dr. Klein has over 10 years of experience working as a senior executive, management consultant and coach for numerous fortune 500 companies and universities. He has worked with academics, healthcare professionals and business executives on both personal and professional issues.
He is a scholar in the areas of 19th century continental philosophy, philosophy of religion, existentialism and psychoanalysis. He has written numerous articles in the areas of clinical practice and theory, psychoanalysis, healthcare, and corporate consulting.
Dr. Klein's expertise on the psychology of finance and the stock market is discussed in the below article in Barron's magazine.: