I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides comprehensive, specialized services focused on the specific needs of an individual or family.
I take the time to do an intensive assessment and evaluation so that I can use that knowledge and customize interventions for you and/or your child and family.
My goal is to provide you with the skills and resources not just to overcome any struggles at hand, but to grow and thrive.
I have extensive experience working with individuals of all ages. I work with adults of varying ages and stages in life, from adolescents to new parents and mature adults. I treat children as early as toddlerhood and throughout their school-aged years.
Life stress: I work with adults, children, and teens on issues that affect daily functioning. These include depression, anxiety, school difficulties, disruptive behavioral problems, parenting challenges, behavioral issues at home and at school, and family struggles – including fertility and preconception challenges, as well as transition to parenthood and postpartum difficulties.
Adjustment issues: I also assist adults and children during life transitions, such as separation, divorce, blending families, new schools, new siblings, and managing career and other role transitions.
Trauma-informed care: I am trained in several evidence-based trauma treatments, and have years of experience in this field. I specialize in traumas pertaining to family issues, loss and bereavement, and adult and child survivors of trauma.
I have expertise in the following areas:
- Adult and child recovery from traumatic experiences
- Adult role and career transitions
- Child and adolescent behavior problems
- Child and adolescent school and social adjustment
- Coping with fertility, conception difficulties, early loss, and postpartum challenges
- Family dynamics
- Family transitions (such as adoption, separation, divorce, blended families)
- Multicultural families
- Parent-child relationships
- Women's health and wellness
- Young adult transitions (such as adjustment to college or graduate school, and early adulthood)