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I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing psychotherapy to adults, families, and couples seeking help for a range of mental health and interpersonal issues.  I have worked in public and private hospitals on both inpatient and outpatient units and have trained as a therapist at several university counseling centers.  Most recently, I practiced in Williamsburg, Brooklyn as a member of a private group of psychologists and psychiatrists. 


I have worked with individuals seeking help for mood instability, depression, anxiety/panic, relationship problems, life adjustments, a variety of problematic behavioral patterns (e.g., unhealthy eating, self-harm, impulsive anger, poor relationship choices, substance abuse), and many other issues.  As well, I have helped couples and families in crisis and those who simply desire more closeness or better communication. 


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I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from Fielding University and my masters in counseling psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. 


Dissertation Title:  A Narrative Study of the Relationships Between Women Diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and Their Therapists. Winner of the APA Distinguished Dissertation Award for Division 5. 


I received my undergraduate degree in psychology and women’s studies from the University of Vermont.


Training and Work Experience

My clinical training and work experience include posts at inpatient and outpatient hospitals, university counseling centers, and in private practice.  

Bellevue Hospital Center (NYC), Intensive Personality Disorders Program


Silver Hill Hospital (New Canaan, CT), Acute Care Inpatient Unit and Dual-Diagnosis Inpatient Unit


Western Connecticut State University (Danbury, CT), Counseling Center


Brooklyn College (Brooklyn, NY), Personal Counseling Center


Williamsburg Therapy Group (Brooklyn, NY), private group practice

Fable+ (New York, NY), tech start-up 

Special Interests

I have a special interest in working with individuals who are bothered by long-standing interpersonal and personality difficulties.  Within this topic, I am especially interested in creating satisfying and meaningful therapy experiences for people who may struggle in therapy.  My doctoral research and related publications have focused on exploring what psychotherapy clients like and dislike most about their relationships with their therapists.  


  • Interpersonal and personality problems

  • The therapy relationship

I have a special interest in providing clinical and creative guidance to psychology-related start-ups.  Additionally, I am interested in providing support to businesses seeking to improve company culture, communications, and relationships.

  • Psychological Safety

  • Company Culture and Communications 

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