I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from The George Washington University, including a year of predoctoral training at the University of Virginia. During my 10 years of practice, I have provided psychotherapy to individuals and groups in a variety of settings including community mental health, an outpatient eating disorder clinic, university counseling centers and private practice. I was initially trained in the treatment of eating disorders at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC and have since served on eating disorder treatment teams at several universities and provided eating disorder care to clients in my outpatient practice.
My specific areas of interest include eating disorders, interpersonal relationship concerns, self-esteem issues, and difficulties with loss and major life transitions.
Committed to ongoing education and best practices, I am currently in the process of completing training as a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS) through the International Association of Eating Disorder
Professionals and am pursuing Advanced
Psychotherapy training through the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Association.
I am actively involved in several professional organizations including, The Kentucky Psychological Association, The Cincinnati Academy of Professional Psychology, The Academy for Eating Disorders and the American Psychoanalytic Association. Additionally, my experiences writing and speaking locally and nationally on the treatment of eating disorders frequently inform my daily practice and approach to treatment.
Being in private practice since 2012, I have provided services to many individuals, groups and families with a range of concerns. I have recently located my practice from Louisville to Fort Thomas, KY and am pleased to be working with individuals in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati area.