As a clinical psychologist in private practice for over 20 years, I emphasize a collaborative relationship with clients, combining various modalities and approaches to effect long-term change.
I work with adults, young adults, and adolescents who are seeking to make meaningful changes in their lives. Through a multi-faceted, psychodynamic approach, I treat difficulties such as depression, anxiety, trauma, family issues, and relationship issues. Together, we explore current patterns of behavior, allowing clients to develop a greater understanding of themselves and take new actions in their relationships and in their lives.
I also maintain a forensic practice specializing in immigration law, conducting psychological evaluations that focus on issues of extreme hardship, political asylum, spousal abuse as well as providing expert testimony on these matters.
I see clients in person in my offices in New York City and Montclair, New Jersey. I also offer Telehealth meetings for psychotherapy as well as immigration assessments and follow-up.
Vassar College – B.A. Psychology
Columbia University/Teacher’s College – M.A. Organizational Psychology
Graduate Institute of Clinical Psychology, Widener University – Psy.D.
William Alanson White Institute – Post-Doctoral Certification in Psychoanalysis
Faculty Appointments and Supervision:
William Alanson White Institute, NYC
Yeshiva University, NYC
The Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis, NYC
The Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of New Jersey
The China American Psychoanalytic Alliance (CAPA), NYC