I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Washington D.C., Virginia, and New York working primarily with clients in the Washington D.C. metro area as well as New York. Through the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT), I can provide teletherapy to clients in 35+ states. I also serve as a clinical professor of psychology at The Meltzer Center at The George Washington University’s Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences and as an adjunct professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Program in D.C.
Before opening my own practice, I worked with individuals and couples at a private practice in Northern Virginia, and before that at Swarthmore College’s Counseling and Psychological Services. I also have experience working with clients in outpatient and inpatient hospitals, community mental health clinics, other college counseling centers and private practices, and a private school. Additionally, I have taught as an adjunct professor in the undergraduate psychology departments at two universities. I have published about anxiety and OCD, presented widely, and received awards for demonstrating exceptional client care and academic achievement.
I received my Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) and master’s degrees from the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University, an APA-accredited clinical psychology doctoral program. Prior to that, I earned a bachelor’s in science degree from the University of Michigan with Honors in Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from the University of Delaware.