I’m a clinical psychologist with a special interest in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. I offer ADHD evaluations and evidence-based group treatments, and I co-direct the ADHD Summer Treatment Program.
I knew early in life that I wanted to help others and to work with children. During graduate school, I became interested in assisting parents in managing their child’s difficult behaviors.
My approach to helping parents and children is investigative. I work to find the accurate diagnosis and provide parents with specific options for treatment that are effective at home and at school. Though I see children of all ages, I specialize in evaluating and diagnosing preschool children.
In addition to seeing patients, I also conduct research that evaluates treatments for children with ADHD and their families. I hope to adapt current evidence-based treatments for use in preschool and young children.
Outside the hospital, I like to be active and work out regularly, and I am a co-leader for the fitness group Project Cincy. I also enjoy time with my pets, fostering for Ohio Alleycat Resource, traveling, knitting and reading.