I take an active and engaged approach to work with clients, believing it takes much more than listening to make the most of therapy. While the process of change and growth can take time to unfold, therapy should feel immediate, vibrant, and challenging all within a supportive environment.
My doctorate is in Clinical Psychology. I completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the William Alanson White Institute in NYC in 2007 and a Postdoctoral Certificate in Psychoanalysis at NYU in 2017.
I consider the fit between therapist and client to be an important factor in the effectiveness of therapy. For this reason, I often encourage people to meet with more than one therapist before beginning the process. Both client and therapist should be interested in working together.