Dr. Lowenstein is a frequent radio and TV guest and a resource and contributing writer for numerous newspapers and magazines nationwide.

David Lowenstein, Ph.D. is a Psychologist and the Clinical Director of Lowenstein & Associates, Inc. in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to providing therapeutic services to individuals and families, he has offered training and consultation to more than 75 associations, schools and agencies around the country.

Dr. Lowenstein wastes no time getting to the root of the problem. In fact, his down-to-earth, practical approach ensures that patient issues are addressed. “If there’s a problem, let’s deal with it, and solve it,” he says.

That’s why he empowers his patients by providing practical strategies that enable people to set boundaries around what’s appropriate—and what’s not.

One of the things that Dr. Lowenstein loves the most about his job is speaking to organizations about psychological issues relevant to their line of work. “I get to witness that aha moment when participants make the connection between what I’m saying and what they deal with daily,” he says. “Not only is it rewarding for me, but it confirms what they may already suspect about a particular situation. The psychological perspective simply validates their thinking and gives them confidence to take the appropriate action.”

Dr. Lowenstein is a frequent radio and TV guest and a resource and contributing writer for numerous newspapers and magazines nationwide. He is also a clinical member of the following organizations:

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
American Psychological Association
Ohio Psychological Association
Central Ohio Psychological Association

Working With The Media
For years, Dr. David Lowenstein has been the go-to person when Central Ohio radio and TV hosts need an expert psychologist to break down and process newsworthy events. His calm demeanor, quick wit and charming manner—coupled with more than 30 years of experience as a mental health professional—make him the perfect guest for talk shows, news broadcasts and live appearances. He is also a well-known and highly respected source for local, regional and national publications. Today Dr. Lowenstein continues to accept engagements for television and radio, group workshops, speaking presentations, consultations and expert witness appearances. He is equally comfortable counseling one-on-one with his patients or speaking in front of a large group of people. There is almost no limit to the range of mental health topics he is qualified to address, including those that impact children, adolescents and adults. Guest Appearances and Publications
Dr. Lowenstein has contributed to the following publications

 

Alberta Parent Magazine • Coastal Family Magazine • Curious Parent Magazine • Los Angeles Family Magazine • Parenting-New Hampshire Magazine • Livingston Parent Journal • Piedmont Parent Magazine • Gulf Coast Family Living Magazine • Charlotte Parent Magazine • Manhattan Parent Guide Magazine • Cleveland Family Magazine • Georgia Family Magazine • About Families Magazine • Washington Family Magazine • Merritt Island Parent Magazine • Connecticut Parent Magazine • Natural Family Online • Magazine

Parents, Couples and Families

Dr. Lowenstein wastes no time getting to the root of the problem. In fact, his down-to-earth, practical approach ensures that patient issues are addressed. “If there’s a problem, let’s deal with it, and solve it,” he says.

That’s why he empowers his patients by providing practical strategies that enable people to set boundaries around what’s appropriate—and what’s not.

 

Parents

“I empower parents to become parents, whether they are single, divorced or intact families. Many of us grew up with the because-I-said-so approach to parenting. The truth is, that’s more than enough. You don’t need to explain everything to your child.”

Couples

“When I work with couples, I help them to empower the couple relationship. It’s too easy to forget that before they were mom and dad, they were ‘honey’ and ‘pumpkin.’ The kids were born; life raced forward; and in the minutiae of life, they forgot to have a husband-and-wife relationship.”

Families

“I understand that parenting and being part of a family are difficult tasks, but they are not impossible because people have been doing both of these for a long time. Kids aren’t made of fine china; they are more like sponges because they soak up what goes on around them. The important thing to realize is that parents should model appropriate communication, relationships, love and caring.”