I am a licensed clinical psychologist that works with teens, adults, and families in a solution focused capacity. I treat a range of problems, including anxiety and depression, specializing in treatment of insomnia and sleep issues, OCD, identity, self-image issues, postpartum, and life transitions. I have been practicing in the field for 20 years, having worked at inpatient, outpatient, emergency room, and on university campuses. I also specialize in the training of psychology doctoral and mental health students, and currently teach as a clinical supervisor at Long Island University and William Paterson University’s clinical psychology masters and doctoral programs.
Training and Certifications:
-Masters in Clinical Psychology in 2004 and Doctorate in 2007 from Long Island University
-Licensed in NY and NJ in the field of clinical psychology and within many states within the U.S. through Psypact
-Training from the International OCD Foundation
-Postdoc training from the Ackerman Institute of Family Therapy
-Trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)
– Trained with the Internal Family Systems (IFS) Institute
-Adjunct Professor of Supervision in Clinical Psychology at Long Island University
–Adjunct Professor for masters doctoral psychology students at William Paterson University
-Member at Large for the executive board of Northeast Counties Association of Psychologists.
You may be looking to address a specific challenging situation, are experiencing mental health issues, or are even courageously looking to work on long standing issues that are impeding your ability to live up to your optimal self. I can partner with you towards your goals of healing, growth, and well-being, allowing you to thrive in your life. Using a personalized and scientifically proven approach to your issues, we can navigate treatment together through obstacles towards your pathway to growth.
Life can be challenging. You are brave to start considering your journey towards healing.