I am a psychoanalytically oriented psychologist with a specialty in child/adolescent psychotherapy and parenting work. My doctorate is from the University of Texas in Austin in Counseling Psychology. I interned at the Pederson -Krag Clinic in Huntington Station, NY. It's focus was in psychoanalytic training in child and adolescent work. My post doctoral work was in the Brown Schools, a residential treatment center for children and adolescents in San Marcos Texas . After getting licensed, I worked in all types of inpatient and outpatient settings- adolescent inpatient and partial hospital, child guidance clinic and residential treatment for children and adolescents. I have taught various psychology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. For the last 10 years, I have supervised psychology interns, post-doctoral students and faculty on their clinical work with children and adolescents at the West Haven Mental Health Center- a CMHC Yale training site and currently am supervising psychiatry residents on their long term psychotherapy cases through the Long Term Care Clinic at Yale University.
I was the Clinical Supervisor, responsible for Program Development, supervision of psychology fellows, education and training of the clinical staff at the Adolescent Day Hospital and Intensive Outpatient Program at Yale New Haven Hospital from July, 2015 until September, 2016. Currently I am a candidate at the Western New England Institute for Psychoanalysis- in training to became an adult and child psychoanalyst.
Education & Training
- PhDUniversity of Texas at Austin (1987)
- BAUniversity of Pennsylvania, Psychology