About Me
For me, being a psychologist is about helping people live happier and more satisfying lives. It's about being there to listen, cultivate deeper understanding, and offer support and guidance. I am committed to providing individuals with access to a relationship in which they can comfortably be candid and vulnerable, something people too often feel eludes them in other relationships. My hope is that those who are willing to give therapy a try will find it transformative and very rewarding.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a wide variety of experience. I earned a doctorate at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude, at Tufts University, where I majored in both Psychology and Child Development. While in school, I trained in a variety of settings and with many different populations. I have experience working in hospitals, schools, and universities. I completed my predoctoral internship at Brandeis University's Psychological Counseling Center and my postdoctoral fellowship at Fordham University's Counseling and Psychological Services, both of which afforded me the opportunity to work closely with young adults navigating the transition from high school to college.
Here are some of the issues I have experience with:
  • relationship and family issues
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • eating disorders
  • obesity and weight loss surgery
  • grief, loss, and bereavement
  • trauma and abuse
  • sexuality, specifically gay/lesbian issues
  • women's issues (particularly postpartum)
  • life transitions
  • stress and time management
  • social skills training
Professional Memberships
I am a member of the American Psychological Association.