As a clinical psychologist, I primarily treat depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, trauma and behavioral concerns. I provide empathy and support, meeting patients where they are on their unique life journeys. With a goal-oriented approach to patient care, I guide children and families toward their goals for treatment.
My interest in psychology evolved while volunteering and working at summer camps throughout high school and college. During these experiences, I became more aware that many children and families could benefit from additional support in navigating emotional and behavioral challenges. I’m passionate about providing that support to children and families using evidence-based approaches.
I primarily use a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach to help patients work towards changing thoughts, feelings and behaviors. I also use parent training and education to help equip families with effective and practical strategies to improve functioning at home, school and other settings.
When I’m not working, I love to travel, listen to podcasts and spend time with my husband and daughter. In my spare time, I enjoy flower arranging.