My clinical work centers around reproductive and perinatal psychology, including supporting people before, during, and after pregnancy, the postpartum period, birth trauma, pregnancy loss, termination, infertility, and navigating family building through Assisted Reproductive Technology (e.g. IVF), third-party reproduction (e.g. egg or sperm donation and surrogacy), adoption, and fertility preservation. I actively support LGBTQ individuals and families, including and as well as single parents and parents-to-be.
I provide assessment, short-term and long-term psychotherapy, counseling, and coaching for adults struggling with depression, anxiety, relationships, career and social pressures, and life transitions. I also teach educational workshops, run trainings, and provide clinical consultation in the areas of reproductive and perinatal mental health.
From 2016-2018, I served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University, where I built and taught a new master's level course on perinatal mental health.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Post-doctoral Fellowship (Adult Outpatient Psychology), Mount Sinai St. Luke’s/Roosevelt Hospitals
Pre-doctoral Internship (Adult & Adolescent Psychology), Mount Sinai St. Luke's/Roosevelt Hospitals
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology, Rutgers University
Psy.M., Clinical Psychology, Graduate School of Applied & Professional Psychology, Rutgers University
B.A., Child Development & Spanish (cum laude), Tufts University