Ryan Sztorch, LCP
Ryan Sztorch is a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist through the Behavioral Sciences Review Board in the state of Kansas. He currently serves as a Clinical Therapist and has served as a Clinic Team Leader for an acute 36/50 bed in-patient state psychiatric hospital for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness and Axis II Disorders. Mr. Sztorch has provided treatment services in both in-patient and out-patient settings, including individual and group therapy, while utilizing de-escalation and crisis intervention skills. He has provided psychological evaluation services to children, adolescents, and adults, including administering assessment instruments to determine intellectual, academic, personality functioning, and symptom presentation. Mr. Sztorch is well versed in providing diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations and developing and implementing individually tailored treatment and behavioral plans. He has developed and facilitated a variety of therapeutic group offerings, including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, exposure therapy, Interpersonal process therapy, solutions focused techniques and interventions, substance abuse, and anger management. He has also lead psycho-educational groups to educate individuals about symptoms, such as depression, anxiety spectrum disorders, and psychosis. He has consulted and collaborated with an interdisciplinary team regarding treatment planning, discharge criteria, and management of behavior to optimize client care and ensure a comprehensive approach to treatment.Mr. Sztorch received his Bachelor of General Studies with a Major in Psychology and a Minor in Sociology while making the Dean’s list at University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. He earned his Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. While at Washburn, he volunteered at Countryside Health Center, conducted individual and group therapies and assessments at a university-based outreach clinic. He was a Graduate Teaching Assistant for a Psychotherapy Practicum focused on conducting health/sports psychology research. He completed his Thesis on the effect of different forms of exercise on depression. His passion for Health/Sports psychology lead him to develop a group called Mind-Body Connections, which emphasized the relationship between mental and physical well-being.