I am a clinical psychologist and clinical assistant professor, diagnosing and treating people who struggle with addiction, anxiety, depression, and trauma.
I work with individuals and couples, and am trained in multiple evidence-based therapies, including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emotionally focused therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, harm reduction, and mindfulness-based approaches. I also offer eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and am certified by the EMDR International Association. Additionally, I supervise CBT training for NYU School of Medicine’s psychiatry residency program.
My approach to therapy is integrative and collaborative. I aim to help people understand how their past impacts their lives and help them learn skills and strategies to effectively manage their present difficulties.
For people who have depression, anxiety, or addiction, therapy can help reduce these struggles. It can also help people develop more fulfilling relationships, make better use of their talents and abilities, build self-esteem, find healthy solutions to specific problems, and develop greater self-understanding and life satisfaction. Therapy can help people live with a greater sense of freedom and possibility.
Conditions and Treatments
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Education and Training
- PhD from Long Island University, 2010
Locations and Appointments
- United Health Care Options PPO (NYU Langone Health Employees)
- United Healthcare Choice (NYU Langone Health Employees)
Research My Research
mood and anxiety disorders, relationship problems, trauma, substance misuse, addiction, couples therapy, PTSD
One Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016