I completed my PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology with a minor in geropsychology and my B.A. in psychology and sociology with a minor in English from Yeshiva University. My pre-doctoral internship was at Jacobi Medical Center, where I received training across the lifespan in various inpatient and outpatient rotations. Prior to my internship, I received training at Montefiore Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and New York Presbyterian Hospital. I have also taught multiple psychology courses to undergraduate students.
I have experience working with adults and older adults with a wide range of concerns, helping people explore the stories they have about themselves as it relates to their identities. I firmly believe the most important part of therapy is a trusting and genuine relationship between both the therapist and the client. My approach to therapy is collaborative and individualized. Through our work together, I intend to help you change your relationship to the narratives you have about yourself by finding, focusing, and fostering your strengths while understanding and transforming the blocks that prevent you from living your richest and most meaningful life. My work combines insight-focused exploration, skills-based tools, and in-the-moment experiential learning about your body, your feelings, and the different urges and voices inside of you, in order to promote tangible changes in your life. My areas of clinical focus include: sexual dysfunction, couples therapy, anxiety, OCD, depression, and insomnia.