Clinical Work

I conduct psychological assessment and psychotherapy with children, adolescents, families, adults, and groups under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists.

I have training and significant experience treating psychological problems including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • ADHD
  • OCD
  • Emotion dysregulation
  • Traumatic stress
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Learning and school problems
  • Interpersonal relationship problems
  • Parenting problems

My clinical work is grounded in the process of evidence-based practice, meaning my work integrates the best available scientific evidence with patient values/preferences and clinical judgment/experience. The majority of my training has focused on cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. I am a friendly, collaborative, and energetic clinician.

The framework of intersectionality has also enormously shaped my development as a clinician, researcher, social justice advocate, and ally. A contemporary understanding of intersectionality suggests that all individuals have membership in multiple social identity categories, some of which may have been historically and currently targeted (e.g., black, LGBTQ) and others, historically and currently dominant (e.g., male, high SES). In all of my work I strive to integrate an understanding of intersectionality by acknowledging that culturally uninformed models of psychopathology are often insufficient.

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