About Me

      I am Dr. Frajerman, a licensed psychologist with offices in Philadelphia and Bucks County, PA. Before I completed my doctoral degree from Pepperdine University, I earned my certificate as an addictions counselor and provided both individual and group therapy to those struggling with addictions. While at Pepperdine University I completed intensive training experiences in a variety of settings including but not limited to an outpatient clinic, a school for socially and emotionally troubled children, and a VA hospital. I then completed an APA internship at Friends Hospital, the first private psychiatric hospital in the country.

     Since completing my training I have blended together an affiliation as a staff psychologist at Friends Hospital and an active private practice. While at Friends Hospital I have worked on many of the units. My primary roles over the past 10 years have been in the emergency room, providing supervision to those in training to be a psychologist, and as a team member on the Eating Disorders Unit.

     In my private practice I provide treatment to individuals, couples, and families. I work with children, adolescents, and adults. I have much experience in providing treatment to those struggling with depression, anxiety, and grief and loss issues. I also have expertise in treating eating disorders, addictions, and panic attacks.

     I have been interviewed by multiple newspapers on topics ranging from sleep patterns to the impact of reality dating shows on relationships. I have also been heard on other media outlets including 1060 news radio.