I completed my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at Rutgers University, Summa Cum Laude, and earned my masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver (APA Accredited).
As a licensed psychologist, I enjoy and have experience providing therapy to diverse populations in Denver and surrounding communities. I provide therapy to adult individuals, couples, and groups of varying gender, race, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, abilities and disabilities, nationalities, sexual orientations, socioeconomic statuses, and religions. I evaluate and provide counseling for an extensive set of clinical issues ranging from mild concerns and daily life problems, to more complex issues including severe and chronic mental illness, as well as personality disorders. While integrating psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral interventions, I primarily utilize an Intersubjective Systems approach that is founded on a strong therapeutic bond which ultimately enhances and transforms how you relate to yourself, others, and the world.
By nature, I am empathic, attentive, and curious; I have a profound appreciation and respect for people and their life stories. I find my work to be incredibly rewarding, and I genuinely love what I do. To provide the best possible services, I continuously pursue additional psychological training and education while staying informed of the latest research. I strive to be a culturally-sensitive and informed therapist so that you are ensured to experience an accepting atmosphere in which you feel safe and understood.
In my free time, I enjoy playing with my cat and two chihuahuas, creating art, reading, horseback riding, and going on day hikes. My clients know to be prepared for a couple of weeks without me as I make an annual trek to Iceland. I’m also a big fan of tea, yoga, and Pink Floyd.