About me

I’m a psychologist and cognitive behavioral therapist. My approach is collaborative, empathic, and oriented toward achieving the results my clients desire. I provide my clients with skills to increase their awareness and change problematic patterns that can lead to feeling stuck. Left unaddressed, these patterns can take a toll on relationships, work, health, and self-esteem. My goal is to create a comfortable, non-judgmental, and supportive space for exploration and change and to help people get back to living a more meaningful and enjoyable life. In addition, while historically the field of psychology has embraced a medical model that emphasizes pathology and deficits, in my practice, I emphasize a “strength-based” approach to treatment in which I help clients identify and build from strengths, resiliency, and other positive qualities they already have, and use those to overcome obstacles.
I enjoy working with young adults, adults, and couples, and draw from a variety of evidence-based approaches to psychotherapy to provide the most effective treatments. I use a flexible approach in order to meet the unique needs of each individual.