Dr. Kovic provides individual, family, couples, and group psychotherapy at the Program in Human Sexuality, where he specializes in gender diversity and sexual orientation issues, relationship and sexual problems, and sexual compulsivity. He practices using integrative interventions which draw from psychodynamic, humanistic, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. His clinical training has involved work in forensic hospitals, correctional facilities, inpatient substance abuse centers, community mental health clinics, and academic centers. His areas of clinical interest include sexual identity and gender diversity; sexual trauma; addictive, compulsive, or risky behaviors; severe mental illness; and the management of violence. Dr. Kovic received his doctorate from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, where his research examined the influence of psychosocial resiliency factors in buffering the effects of stigma on the wellbeing of lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals.