Health Psychologist PSY 21917
Certified Bereavement Facilitator
Gretchen Kubacky, Psy.D. is a health psychologist in private practice in Southern California. She is a Certified PCOS Educator, a frequent lecturer on women’s health, and the founder of the popular website,PCOSwellness.com. She is dedicated to education, advocacy, and empowerment for women and girls with PCOS.
Gretchen Kubacky, Psy.D.
PUBLICATION: The PCOS Mood Cure gives you a sustainable plan and a path to freedom, so start the journey to PCOS wellness now. The PCOS Psychologist’s holistic method of managing PCOS gives women the tools they need to start feeling better today.
With a practical approach grounded in research, women will soon:
PUBLICATIONS: “When Missed Periods Are a Metabolic Problem”
Written by: Sydney Parker
June 25, 2015
PUBLICATION: “Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: the Silent Disorder That Wreaks Havoc on the Body”
Written by: Magaly Olivero
July 25, 2015
PODCAST: "Managing PCOS, Dating, & Relationships"
Featured on: PCOS Diva
March 21, 2018
PCOS directly or indirectly impacts all of your relationships. When you’re talking about romantic relationships, whether dating or committed, issues frequently come up around libido, infertility, self-image, depression, lifestyle, and self-care.
Dr. Gretchen is one of the most amazing women I have had the pleasure to get to know. She is someone who takes confidentiality to the highest level, providing a safe environment, allowing what is important to be important. She has such a talent for bringing confidence and knowledge to my life, allowing me, to feel more sane and “normal.” She is the hidden gem you have been looking for: loving, kind, thoughtful and fully available to your needs and attention. She is a true, true professional in every way and I would, without hesitation, not only recommend her but have recommended her to friends and family because I feel she would take excellent time and care with them.
I met Gretchen at a professional conference last year and she has since joined our inCYST network of providers for polycystic ovary syndrome. She loves what she does, and it shines through, from her thorough knowledge of her specialty to her enthusiasm for sharing her knowledge and experience with others. I recently received an email from a customer who shared that she’d started her own career path and wanted it to follow the education, counseling, and outreach trail that Gretchen has blazed. That inspiration says it all.