Although I have not made art my career, it has always been central to my life. When I went to college, I became more focused on academics and studied psychology, which led me to a career in counseling.
Whether you prefer to talk it out, draw it out or play (usually the kids like this one), I can help you express yourself! There is healing after pain, there are new skills to acquire to be in a relationship with others, there are problems to work out. There are healthy ways to return to a state of regulation and grow in your resilience. Having someone to guide you through this can lead to a fuller, healthier life than you ever thought possible.
1992 Earlham College BA Psychology
1998 Fordham University MSW
2008 New York University Certificate in Clinical Supervision
2016 to present Therapist in Private Practice
2008-2016 Clinical Supervisor Denver Human Services
2005-08 Social Worker - New York Presbyterian Medical Center
2001-2005 Therapist Catholic Charities of NY
1998-2001 Social Worker Bellevue Hospital Center
1993-1996 Foster care caseworker St. Vincent's Services