I have been trained in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and in Family Systems Therapy. Along with my training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS)

I find that my background in these various specialized techniques allows me to better tailor my practice to each individual client. I work deeply both emotionally and experientially in order to understand attachment issues and how they impact both the individual and the couple.


Columbia University LCSW  |  IFS (Internal Family Systems)  |  EFT (Emotionally Focussed Therapy)  |  Ackerman Institute For the Family  |  Institute For Contemporary Psychotherapy

Short Hills Associates in Clinical Psychology

  • 2004-2006
  • Short Hills, NJ
  • Worked with couples, focusing on communication and parenting skills

Ackerman Institute for the Family

  • 1996-2004
  • Manhattan, NY
  • Underwent post-graduate training in family systems therapy and later earned a position on faculty
  • Worked as Director of Intake (1996-2004)
  • Instructed my own class on foundations in family therapy

Jacobi Medical Center

Outpatient Medical Center

  • 1994-1996
  • Manhattan, NY
  • Worked in outpatient medical center in the outpatient child and adolescent clinic
  • Worked with a wide range of children and adolescents from ages 7-18
  • Also gained exposure to working with families


  • 1992-1994
  • Manhattan, NY
  • Performed psychiatric evaluations using DSM criteria
  • Worked in crisis management

Columbia University

School of Social Work

  • 1990-1992
  • Masters in Social Work (M.S.W.)
  • Also obtained a license in clinical social work (L.C.S.W.)

University of British Columbia

  • 1986-1990
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Literature