As a clinical psychologist, my education includes intensive study of the biological, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of human functioning. In addition, throughout my training, I have focused to how these forces interact to influence what we think, feel, and do. I received my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. I completed my pre-doctoral internship at the Neurologic Institute of North Broward Hospital, where I focused primarily on evaluation and treatment with individuals suffering from neurologic impairment.
I maintain professional membership in the following organizations:
• American Psychological Association (APA), member
• APA Division of Psychologists in Independent Practice
• APA Division of Neuropsychology
• APA Division of Aging
I have also received training in cognitive behavioral and interpersonal psychotherapy with clients ranging from adolescents to older adults. Throughout the process of evaluation/assessment, I work closely with clients to identify their own unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses. In this way, we can work as a team to identify effective goals and strategies for dealing the problems that presented in therapy, but utilizing their own strengths and building on their coping skills.
Thank you for your interest. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me personally.
Dementia Evaluations and Baseline Memory Assessment
Learning Disability Assessment
Areas of Expertise
Traumatic brain injury
Low self esteem