I am committed to excellence in clinical practice and non-judgmental empathy toward every client, no matter their background, life history, or current circumstances. My clients are people, first and foremost, and I strive to provide evaluation and intervention of the highest caliber.
My scope of practice encompasses adult and adolescent problems including relationship conflict, divorce, post-traumatic stress, addiction, depression, anxiety, grief, and loss. I am versed in clinical and scholarly work on persons of diverse gender identities, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic, racial, and cultural backgrounds.
My therapeutic approach incorporates evidence-based treatments such as Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Behavioral Activation, and other efficacious interventions for psychological issues. Above all, I take a flexible, patient-centered, and open-minded approach to treatment that regards patients as whole people and not simply “problems to solve.” As a result, my clinical practice also incorporates and applies a wide range of source material, including experiential/constructivist psychotherapy philosophies and scientific literature from the social, cognitive, and neurobiological subdisciplines of psychology.
My practice offices are centrally located in the Capital-Saratoga Region, minutes from Exit 7 and Exit 14 on I-87 and conveniently close to many major hubs.
If you live anywhere in the state of New York and have internet access with a connected camera, I may be able to work with you remotely via tele-health. This is determined on a case-by-case basis; some patients and clinical situations may be inappropriate for this format. Please ask me for details if you’re interested.