As a therapist, I take great pride in adapting my therapeutic methods to suit each client's individual needs. It is my primary objective to maintain a transparent relationship with my clients, discussing the reasoning behind specific treatment modalities. In my recent work, I have been dedicated to providing support to retired athletes who may be struggling with transitioning into a new career path.
My expertise extends to working with adults experiencing depression and anxiety, couples, and individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I have gained extensive experience in diverse treatment settings, such as a private school for children with learning disabilities, a community mental health center, an inpatient facility, a college counseling center, and outpatient care.
I hold a Masters and Doctoral degree from Widener’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, where I focused on integrating various psychological theories to develop a client-centered approach.