Greg Kolodziejczak, Ph.D., Psy.D.
Dr. Kolodziejczak works primarily in private practice in Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA. In addition, he is involved with the Archdiocese of Boston, working with the diocese’s marriage preparation curriculum committee.
Dr. Kolodziejczak previously received a Ph.D. in Ocean Engineering from MIT and a Masters in Theology from Catholic University. After enrolling in the Institute for Psychological Sciences, where he received a Masters and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, he then accepted an APA-approved internship at the Danielsen Institute in Boston. He completed his postdoc at Two Brattle Center in Cambridge, a clinic that specializes in utilizing psychodynamic approaches and Dialectical Behavior Therapy in working with patients with severe levels of distress. He currently works with Two Brattle Center and in private practice in Cambridge. His almost-800 page dissertation was a synthesis of psychology, philosophy, and theology on the issue of love. In January 2008, he was chosen to present on a case at the American Psychoanalytic Conference in New York, with Peter Fonagy and Otto Kernberg, both giants in psychology.