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Offering Psychotherapy and Career Counseling in NYC & Litchfield County, CT - Online & In Person Sessions - (917) 699-9722

  • Master of Education, Counseling Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 2000
  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Concentrations: Sociology & Social Work, Rider University, Lawrenceville, NJ 1998
  • Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Counseling Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Trained in Multi-systemic Therapy (MST)
  • Nationally Board Certified Counselor
  • Guest Lecturer, Rider University
  • Former Executive Board Member, Identity House
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor, New York,  # 004257-1
  • Licensed Professional Counselor, New Jersey, # 37PC00311400
  • ​Licensed Professional Counselor, Connecticut #005310
  • National Provider Identification (NPI) Number 1487858759
  • 21 Years Post-Graduate Counseling Experience with children, adolescents, adults and families
  • 13 years private practice working with gay men
  • Member New York Mental Health Counselors Association
  • Malpractice insurance provided through Healthcare Service Providers Organization



My work within the child welfare system has exposed me to a wide and varied array of complex psychological and emotional problems. It has afforded me training in a variety of treatment modalities, has cultivated a skillful diagnostician and prepared me well for my work in private practice.

As both a patient and student of psychotherapy I have been able to experience first-hand the benefits of talk therapy.  

As a student, I found the subject matter and process to be intrinsically interesting and became fascinated by learning more about human behavior.  I continued my studies in psychology as both an undergraduate and graduate student.
Upon graduation, I worked as a medical social worker, a counselor in a psychiatric treatment center and provided behavioral therapy to children on the autistic spectrum. My work with children and families continued for the next 9 years. I have worked with children and parents who have experienced a psychological trauma in a variety of capacities: as a clinician, a clinical supervisor, a psychometrician and an evaluator.