Dr. Kevin is officially the coolest, most insightful psychologist in the northeast region. His practice focuses primarily on helping young professionals navigate through life?s toughest questions about relationships, career, passion, purpose and more. He differentiated himself early on by going directly into a doctorate program when his peers were settling for a masters and ?seeing what happens.? He then took a unique path by accepting a full time position instead of simply doing ?post doc.? Then he applied for hospital administration positions before being licensed. These few steps helped him stand out from the crowd and become a sought-after psychologist in his industry. By carving out the young professional niche, he has positioned himself to make a real difference for the new generation. He takes a few minutes with us to shed light on the most common issues we are all facing and helps us understand life in a completely different way. Listen to the interview and then visit Dr. Kevin?s site to start answering questions like: How do I take action when there is so much fear? Can I really be a leader? What is my passion in life? Is this my career? Why do I feel like this? Do I need therapy? What is therapy? How do I find Mr./Mrs. Right? Is he/she the one? I don?t know what I?m going to do with my life; is it too late? How do I change my bad habits? Dr. Kevin is the leading Psychologist who can help you find these answers. Click Read More to watch the full interview and check out our Top 10 Takeaways from Dr. Kevin?s interview... visit www.GenerationYoungLeaders.com to watch the full interview.
A Community Driven Leadership Movement in which we are redefining the word "Leader" and inspiring young people to Action. There is no set path for us as there was for past generations...people are going to look back and say something about us...we have the opportunity to write that script right now...we have the opportunity in our little world to make changes that will make great impacts on a grander scale. We want to shed light on that and encourage young people to go after that fully.