My goal in therapy is to create a treatment that addresses your individual needs and concerns. I will work collaboratively with you to deepen your understanding of dissatisfying patterns. Based on this insight, we will explore new ways of handling emotions, navigating relationships, and behaving in ways that prioritize your health. In addition to providing a warm and supportive environment, I will encourage change that helps you feel more authentic and connected to your life. Let’s work together to uncover the real you.
More About My Practice
I am a psychologist who works with adults in individual psychotherapy, and I lead an adults women's DBT skills group. My approach is integrative in nature meaning that, depending on the needs of my clients, I seek to relieve distress through providing emotion regulation and other skills while also working towards long-term change by gaining insight into problematic thought patterns and relationship cycles.
I specialize in working with clients who are seeking therapy for emotion- and relationship-based problems, including depression, anxiety, trauma, and anger issues.
Education and Career Background
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University
M.S. in Clinical Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University
B.A. in Psychology from Colby College
Visiting Assistant Professor, Bates College, Department of Psychology (2015 to present)
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Psychiatry (2013-2015)
Pre-Doctoral Internship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Department of Psychiatry Clinic