Community mental health centers, elementary and middle school settings, foster care agency, outreach program, professional psychological center, birth-to-three program and University of Hartford adjunct professorship.
With adults, I commonly work with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, perfectionism, body image and life transitions. I most frequently work with children and teens surrounding issues such as anxiety, depression, oppositional behavior, peer interactions, family relationships and school related issues.
In addition to working with individuals, I work with couples to improve communication and marital satisfaction.
I hold a B.A. in psychology from Denison University, an M.A. in deaf education from Columbia University, an M.A. in clinical psychology from the University of Hartford and a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Denver.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist, with a license from Connecticut, #003190.
In my spare time, I enjoy getting lost in a good book or being outdoors, especially with my family. You may find me backpacking with my daughter or fishing with my boys. We – my husband, the kids and I – can often be spotted in the midst of a lively backyard family soccer game.