Ken Mazey PhD - An accomplished psychologist with more than three decades of clinical experience.
Dr. Mazey concentrates on treating a wide range of phobias through the use of cognitive-behavioral techniques. Supplementing his work as a clinician, he serves on the faculty of the University of California, Los Angeles, as a Lecturer, Assistant Researcher, and Consultant. His honors seminar, The Psychology of Fear, has been a highly popular course among students since 2005.
Over the course of his career as a psychologist, Ken Mazey, Ph.D., has engaged in a number of research projects. His academic works have been published in journals including Psychoneuroimmunology and the Journal of the California Dental Association. Recognized as a leader in his field, Dr. Mazey has been interviewed by Fox News, CNN, American Health, the Daily Breeze, UCLA Today, and other media outlets. He actively contributes to professional and academic seminars.
Ken Mazey earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Social-Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, California, and completed a clinical internship at the Presbyterian Hospital, Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. His academic history includes earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Rutgers University and a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the University of California, San Diego.
In his personal life, he supports charitable organizations including the Environmental Defense Fund, the Nature Conservancy, Greenpeace, and the Somerset Foundation, Inc. Dr. Mazey enjoys staying active by hiking, cycling, and traveling.