I have been in clinical practice for over 17 years, and I work with clients from a wide range of backgrounds and age groups. In addition to doing clinical work, I am also an assistant professor at Fairfield University, teaching graduate social work students. I am a practitioner and scholar in the field of mental health and have published numerous manuscripts in peer-reviewed academic journals. My practice and research interests include depression, anxiety, relational trauma, intergenerational issues, and immigration and life transitions.
Education B.A. in Psychology from University of Connecticut Master in Social Work from University of Michigan in Ann Arbor Doctorate in Clinical Social Work from New York University
Recent Training Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, 10 Day Experiential Skills Course, 2020 Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, 5 Day Immersion Course, August 2019 Attachment and Trauma: The Neurobiology of Healing, October 2017 Trauma: How the Body Releases Trauma and Restores Goodness with Peter Levine. October, 2015