I hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and have done specialized training in areas of particular interest.
Attachment and Developmental Psychology: My dissertation research was on attachment and its relationship to issues pertaining to eating. I work with people around those earliest attachment patterns and the ways that those patterns can impact current relationships and other areas of their lives.
Spirituality: I have a Master’s degree from the GTU and have a deep appreciation and respect for the spiritual dimension in people’s lives. I have worked with people from a wide variety of traditions who have brought their spirituality explicitly into our work.
Trauma: I have completed a 3-year advanced training in Somatic Experiencing, which is an approach to trauma developed by Peter Levine.
In more than 25 years as a psychotherapist, I have worked with people from diverse backgrounds who have faced a wide variety of challenges, such as: