I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Georgetown University and my MA and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Catholic University. I have been in private practice in Washington, DC since 2004. Additionally, I run new mother support groups for Parent and Community Education (PACE) throughout the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. Since 2009, I have served as an Adjunct Faculty member for the Georgetown University Clinical Psychology Advanced Training Program. Prior to private practice, I served as a Staff Psychologist and the Coordinator of Group Therapy at Georgetown University's Counseling & Psychiatric Services on the Main and Law Center campuses.
During my doctoral training, I worked in a variety of settings in the Washington, DC area, including the American University Counseling Center, the Arlington County Mental Health Center, and the Psychiatric Institute of Washington's Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorders. During my final year of doctoral training, I completed a predoctoral internship at the George Washington University Counseling Center. Subsequently, I held a postdoctoral fellowship at Georgetown University. Additionally, I have received advanced training in the assessment and treatment of postpartum mood/anxiety disorders through the Postpartum Stress Center, and received advanced group psychotherapy training through the Washington School of Psychiatry.
• American Psychological Association
• Marce Society
• Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society
• Postpartum Support International
• Licensed psychologist in
the District of Columbia
(License #: PSY1000316)