I’m a NYC-based psychotherapist in private practice with broad clinical experience. I’ve worked with individuals, couples, and families facing a wide variety of challenges: e.g., depression; anxiety; low self-esteem; relationship conflicts; issues related to identity, gender, and/or sexuality; trauma, grief, and loss. I currently work with a wide range of clients and have expertise with adults experiencing identity, relational, and/or career conflicts (particularly those in the creative fields), as well as couples, adolescents, and families.
I have received mentorship in relational psychotherapy with psychoanalysts Ken Corbett and Lewis Aron, and I’ve studied family systems, couples therapy and a number of other approaches with distinguished clinicians.
I’m the author of the books, The Performing Art of Therapy (Routledge) and Modern Brides & Modern Grooms (Skyhorse Publishing), and I write for Psychology Today and The Huffington Post, among other popular sources, about self-care, gender, sexuality, and the performing art of living. My clinical writing has been published by Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, among others, and I present my work across the country.
M.S.W. with honors, Silberman School of Social Work
M.F.A. in Acting, Trinity Rep Conservatory (affiliated with Brown University)
Psychoanalytic Supervision with Ken Corbett, Ph.D
Pscyhoanalytic Study Group with Lewis Aron, Ph.D
Psychoanalytic and Family Systems Supervision with Albert Sbordone, Ph.D
Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples Training with Dr. Sue Johnson
Outpatient mental health clinic in Chelsea, Manhattan.
Outpatient mental health clinic in East Harlem.
Outpatient mental health clinic in Forest Hills, Queens
Multi-Medical Service mental health clinic in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
Internship at NYC Department for the Aging: counseling victims of elder abuse