Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD LCSW-R
I work with adolescents and adults struggling with everything from depression to relationship issues to eating disorders. I have a particular expertise in the field of addiction treatment: both individuals struggling with substance abuse and their family members and loved ones. In addition, as a former corporate attorney, I bring a personal familiarity to questions of career transitions and identity.
I graduated from Dartmouth College, received my MSW from Yeshiva University and my JD from the NYU School of Law. I completed my post-graduate training at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies and am also trained in EMDR.
I have worked in settings ranging from inpatient rehabs, to outpatient substance abuse clinics, to my own private practice. I have led addiction recovery groups and counseled families in crisis. Through these diverse experiences, I learned evidence-based treatment techniques and developed a deep understanding of how addiction shapes family and relationship patterns.
My treatment style combines relational psychotherapy, EMDR, and ACT. I also bring to the work a wide breadth of knowledge about 12-step groups and other resources. I work with people of all backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities and always do my best to create an open and nonjudgmental space for exploration. My pronouns are she/her.