Jess Diller Kovler, Ph.D.

Medical Reviewer

Education: Doctoral Degree from The Derner Institute; Post-Doctoral Fellowship of Psychology in Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medicine/The New York Presbyterian Hospital 
Expertise: Cognitive, behavioral, and dialectic therapies

Jess Diller Kovler, Ph.D. is an award-winning psychologist and educator and is considered a leading expert in cognitive, behavioral, and dialectic therapies. A board member of the Pituitary Network Association, Kovler has a particular interest in hormonal health and psychological wellness.

She has performed research on the psychological impact of hormone dysregulation in patients treated for hormone secreting tumors. She has also developed innovative protocols for patients on GLP-1s with weight challenges and endocrine-based disease. In addition, she treats patients and couples navigating perimenopausal and medically-induced menopausal psychological challenges.

Using a scholar-practitioner model, Dr. Kovler’s evidence-backed treatment philosophy is rooted in two principles: decrease suffering and improve functioning.

Before becoming a psychologist, Dr. Kovler was a journalist whose work was featured in The New York Times, Forbes, and Reader’s Digest.

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