Late adolescents and young adults: I have specialized training and extensive experience with late adolescents and young adults, specifically end of high school, college, and graduate students. I particularly enjoy helping those individuals navigate identity issues (struggles with friends, dating, and sexual orientation) as well as developmental challenges (separating from home, thinking about college/ job market, increased independence). This stage of life is filled with many choices and changes, and we work together to overcome the hardships and maximize success.

Disordered Eating: I completed my post-doctoral residency at Princeton University’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services with a concentration in the treatment of eating disorders.

Through serving on this multidisciplinary team, I developed the belief that people at times express their complicated inner lives through their relationship with food.  I strive to create a safe space in which clients can identify these underlying and often unspoken issues and use that awareness to create new possibilities for themselves.



I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing individual psychotherapy to adolescents and adults. I obtained my masters and doctorate in clinical psychology from Loyola College in Maryland and completed my post doctoral residency at Princeton University’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services.

I am licensed to practice psychology in New Jersey (35SI00461400) and Pennsylvania (PSO16317).

I am a member of the following professional organizations:

  • American Psychological Association

  • New Jersey Psychological Association

  • Mercer County Psychological Association

  • APA Division 44 - Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues

  • APA Division 35 - Society for the Psychology of Women

  • Pennsylvania Psychological Association