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My therapeutic style is validating, warm, and direct. I am acutely aware that you are seeking help due to discomfort or frustration in your life. You don't have time to wallow in therapy before making meaningful change. I am here to partner with you and find out what is keeping you stuck.

I completed my doctoral training at Yeshiva University – Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, where I conducted dissertation research on the mind-body connection in psychotherapy.

Along with my private practice, I work with outpatients and in the partial hospitalization program at The Motherhood Center, helping women through the pre- and post-partum stresses surrounding childbirth and motherhood.

I have experience working with a wide range of diagnoses and presentations in the context of the perinatal period.

I have provided therapy services for women recovering from postpartum psychosis, depression, anxiety, and perinatal loss. 

My training has provided significant experience in life-transitions and the stressors associated with change and growth. 

About : About Me
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