I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. I received my doctoral degree from John F. Kennedy University. I have worked in outpatient private practice clinics, residential facilities, and day treatment centers serving diverse clientele. My training has consisted of working with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, and trauma.
I work with individuals and families with a wide range of emotional concerns related to life transitions, personal growth, isolation, and bereavement. I use play, art, and talk-therapy in conjunction with parenting consultation to support children and adolescents development. I work with couples on creating healthy communication styles and developing meaningful relationships.
I offer my clients an accepting non-judgmental space. I value individual’s strength, creativity, and resiliency and work collaboratively with clients in overcoming roadblocks. I cultivate a supportive atmosphere that welcomes and celebrates diversity of all kinds.