Ken Kaisch
 Click image to return to "Biographies." Ken Kaisch, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of California. He received his Masters in counseling psychology from Utah State University in 1983, and was nominated to the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology in 1986. He returned to California and did his clinical internship at Patton State Hospital in 1985-6. He was licensed in 1988.

Dr. Kaisch's psychotherapeutic focus has been on the treatment of individuals and groups in a private practice setting. He has broad experience in individual, group, and marital therapy with a variety of populations, including patients with psychotic and neurotic mental illness, and medical patients with chronic and catastrophic illness. He is experienced in the use of psychodynamic therapies, cognitive behavior therapy, behavior therapy, Jungian analysis, transpersonal therapies, and supportive therapy.

Dr. Kaisch also works as a sports psychologist. He has received recognition for his work from the National Association of Sports Psychologist and was awarded a Diplomate in Sports Psychology in 1998. He helps athletes achieve their highest potential by honing their inner game. His self-published book, Hit It With Your Best Shot: How to play golf in the Zone, was written to show athletes how to enter the Zone at will.

Dr. Kaisch is involved in a number of professional organizations, including American Psychological Association, California Psychological Association, the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, and the Anxiety Disorders Association of America.


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