Background and Experience

 Clinical Experience:

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.


Individual Psychotherapy

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.

Couples Therapy

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.