I have been practicing psychotherapy in the Washington, D.C. area for more than fifteen years, working with men and women from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds, different sexual orientations and wide-ranging presenting problems.
I earned my masters and doctoral degrees from Northwestern University’s Counseling Psychology program and completed my internship/residency at The George Washington University and my post-doctoral clinical fellowship at Georgetown University. I also was a staff psychologist for The Catholic University of America for five years. I am insured and licensed in both the District of Columbia and Maryland.
I am an Adjunct Professor in the George Washington University Doctoral Program in Professional Psychology, faculty at the Washington School of Psychiatry and conduct workshops regularly for doctoral trainees in metropolitan area graduate training programs.
I am a Certified Group Psychotherapist and member of the American Group Psychological Association, the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Washington School of Psychiatry, and the DC Women’s Mental Health Consortium.
Advanced Training Institutes:
The American Group Psychological Association
The Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
The Washington School of Psychiatry
The National Group Psychotherapy Institute
The Center for Group Studies