Sometimes life’s unexpected challenges and transitions can become overwhelming.

At other times, it may be hard to identify why we are feeling sad, angry or unsatisfied with our lives. Psychotherapy offers a unique opportunity of finding new ways to manage difficulties in our relationships, careers and personal growth.

I offer a collaborative, non-judgmental atmosphere where you can feel safe to discuss whatever issues may be troubling you. Together, we can explore your strengths and how to use them as a means toward positive change in your life.


I view therapy as a collaborative, solution focused effort so that each individual client will experience a process which works best for them. While my primary approach is psychodynamic (focused on the relationship), I have also had training in advanced cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness and others. I received a master’s degree in social services from Bryn Mawr College and have spent many years in the field guiding clients through a myriad of challenges. Currently, I am the assistant director of counseling services at Philadelphia University, where I have the pleasure of working extensively with individuals struggling with the unique transitional issues and developmental tasks that may arise during late adolescence and emerging adulthood.