New York State Education Department, Office of the Professions, License No. 020638
I received my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University – Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of Albert Einstein College of Medicine (APA Accredited). I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Middlebury College, and earned my Masters of Science in Teaching from Pace University while part of the Teach for America program.
In addition to my private practice work, I am a Consulting Psychologist for and previous Clinical Director of the Mental Health Court for Bronx County. In this role, I conduct trainings and workshops for organizations about various aspects of mental health at the Center for Urban Community Services, with an emphasis on trauma-informed care. I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor at New York University, where I teach courses to psychologists in training on subjects such as traumatic stress, anxiety, and other mood disorders. I am a guest lecturer for other institutions including Columbia University, Bronx Lebanon Hospital, and Yeshiva University. I supervise and train New York psychology students in doctoral and masters programs as well as psychiatry residents in therapy, assessment, and research.
I have worked with a diverse range of patients and issues, and my experience includes positions at Phipps Clinics, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospitals, and Jacobi Medical Center. I completed my clinical training at New York University Medical Center – Bellevue Hospital (APA Accredited). Having worked in a variety of settings across New York City, I have obtained a considerable breadth and depth of psychotherapy experiences, with specialized training in psychodynamic psychotherapy and family and couples therapy.