I received my doctorate in Counseling and Developmental Psychology from the University of Notre Dame in 1997 and became licensed to practice as a Psychologist in 1998. My training and work experiences include providing therapy in private practice, community mental health and university counseling centers, supervising masters and doctoral level students and therapists, as well as teaching as an adjunct professor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
My clinical experience spans over 20 years and includes counseling with adults, couples, college students, adolescents, children and families. I specialize in the treatment of concerns related to stress/anxiety, grief/depression, couples issues (including separation, divorce and blended families). I am LBGTQ welcoming, and I strive to provide culturally informed and affirming therapy.
My intention as a psychologist is to provide a warm, respectful, professional and confidential relationship where we can work together to meet your unique goals. In pursuit of those goals I utilize a range of evidence-based intervention techniques informed by cognitive behavioral (CBT), solution-focused and mindfulness-based approaches to therapy.