I am a graduate of the four year clinical fellowship training program at Gestalt Associates for Psychotherapy. I see teens (15 yrs. +), adults, and older adults in my private psychotherapy practice.
In 2008 I earned my MSW from NYU. I have worked psychodynamically with all ages at Park Slope Center for Mental Health and the Family Service Clinic in Dix Hills, LI. Since 2007 I have designed and facilitated social skills groups for young adults with varied communication, learning and social difficulties at the JCC in Manhattan.
I received my MS.Ed in Early Adolescent Education from Bank Street College for Education in 2002. I have helped children and adolescents think critically about their worlds as an educator at The Museum of Modern Art and The Brooklyn Center for The Urban Environment.
I have taught in a NYC public school and a school for adolescents with learning disabilities and emotional challenges, and I have also home-schooled children whose families were experiencing special circumstances.
My early background as a performance poet and dancer enable me to work well with artists, writers, musicians, and performers. I am especially interested in how our creative and physical selves, regardless of our professional selves, can help us gain insight and allow us to feel and express more authenticity.
Affiliations and Memberships
National Association of Social Workers
Downtown Clinicians Collective