For 28 years, I have maintained a therapy practice in Montclair Center. I specialize in treating a broad spectrum of individuals, couples, groups and families. Clients typically come to therapy emotionally and spiritually broken. I help them bridge the gulf between who they feel they are and who they yearn to be. With the right tools and a safe, positive, nurturing, empathic environment, I believe that we all can improve our lives.
Among my areas of expertise are anxiety, depression, relationship and marital issues, adolescents, PTSD, LGBTQIA, family conflict, personal growth, self-esteem, gender identity, spiritual health, culture and ethnicity.
In addition, I have presented at national conferences and to general audiences on many of the above topics.
I also provide consultation and psychological testing.
After completing my doctorate in clinical psychology at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, I completed a fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University Medical School. Following my fellowship, I worked in the Department of Epidemiology at Yale as a research assistant studying help seeking behavior by gender, class, citizenship, economics, and via social and economic inequities that impact health, disease and access. I have been licensed by the Board of Psychological Examiners in the states of New Jersey and New York since the early 1990s.
Prior affiliations include the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Rutgers Medical School.
Past President: NJ Association of Black Psychologists
Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology-Rutgers University - Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
Yale University School of Medicine - Fellowship in Clinical Psychology
New Jersey License # 2821
New York License # 10862