I graduated from Trinity College with a B.A. in Psychology, and earned my Psy.D. from The George Washington University. Prior to opening my private practice I worked as a Staff Psychologist at Georgetown University's Law Center. I completed my Post Doctoral Fellowship at Georgetown's Counseling & Psychiatric Service, and my Pre-Doctoral Internship at Fordham University's Counseling and Psychological Services in the Bronx, NY.
During my earlier clinical experiences I worked at Marymount University's Counseling Center, The Center Clinic at The George Washington University, and Northwood High School.
I have also served as an intern on both the Women's and Children's units of New York Presbyterian Hospital's Westchester Division. Additionally, I was the lead investigator researching the effects of Transcendental Meditation (TM) on the perceived self-efficacy of undergraduate college students. I continue to use variations of TM and mindfulness in my life and clinical work today.