I graduated from the The George Washington University with a Doctorate in Psychology, and from Trinity College with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology.
I own and operate my private practice out of Dupont Circle, and serve as Assistant Clinical Professor of Clinical Psychology for The George Washington University's Professional Psychology Program.
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.
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.