I am a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Illinois. In addition to having earned a doctorate in clinical psychology, I have a masters degree in clinical psychology (both from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology) and a bachelors degree in psychology from Michigan State University.
My experience has allowed me to train and work at such agencies as the Community Counseling Centers of Chicago, Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center’s Behavioral Health Serves as well as Emergency Services, and DePaul University’s Counseling Center.
I completed my predoctoral internship and two postdoctoral years at the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s Counseling and Consultation Services. I additionally worked as a senior staff psychologist and director of training at the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Student Counseling Services for three years. Currently, I enjoy working full time as a private practitioner.
My clinical interests include working with individuals from problematic families including adults who grew up with parents suffering from alcoholism and parents who have mental illness. Additionally, I have specialized training related to working with individuals experiencing depression and anxiety, and relational difficulties. Lastly, I have specialized experience providing services specific to law students and lawyers.
I am a member of the American Psychological Association, Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis, and the Chicago Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology. I am also a registrant with the National Register of Health Services Providers in Psychology. As such, I maintain the highest ethical standards set forth by my profession.