I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have been in practice since 2005. I earned my Master’s and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Xavier University’s APA accredited graduate program in Cincinnati, Ohio. I completed an APA accredited pre-doctoral internship from Denver Health Medical Center and my post-doctoral fellowship in the Leadership Education in Adolescent Health program, at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The clinical settings where I have worked include college mental health, juvenile probation, and inpatient, outpatient, and primary care settings. My work since 2005 has been serving college students’ and adults’ general mental health needs, including eating disorders and body image. Currently, I am teaching graduate students who are developing clinicians.
Psychotherapy is an effective way to help people improve their lives. As a psychologist, I am honored and privileged to work with people and strive to help them improve their lives by highlighting their personal strengths and sharpening and developing skills to help foster improvements in mood, raise self-esteem, restore calm, and establish or restore life balance.
My services include:
*Individual psychotherapy (face-to-face and secured web-based therapy)
*Workshops/seminars like health and wellness, body image,effects of the media, depression, suicide prevention
In therapy, I help people:
Develop healthy relationships and improve communication
Address the unique challenges of one’s sexual and gender identity
Manage life transitions
Cope with loss
Improve and manage one’s moods
Cope and mange anxiety and enhance stress/time management
Improve body image and embrace healthier eating attitudes and behaviors