Clinical Work

I am a licensed clinical psychologist and health service provider in Massachusetts.

My clinical training is quite diverse; I have worked with adults, adolescents, and children in individual, couple, family, and group settings.  My clinical work in graduate school was based at T
he Family Institute at Northwestern University, one of the major outpatient treatment centers in the Chicago area.  After graduate school, I completed my APA-Approved Pre-Doctoral Internship (like a residency) at the Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center on the West Side of Chicago, where I primarily conducted psychotherapy and assessment with veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  I then completed a Post-Doctoral Clinical Fellowship at the Stone Center Counseling Service at Wellesley College.

Despite this broad training, my clinical interests focus on working with young and mid-life adults who have anxiety and/or depression. I also have a particular interest in identity development and gender and sexuality issues.