I received my doctorate in clinical psychology from Roosevelt University in Chicago and completed my last years of clinical training at a public hospital in New York City and at Chase Brexton Health Care in Baltimore, a community health center that provides specialty care to the LGBTQ community.
I have experience treating individuals with a broad range of psychological problems, including mood and anxiety disorders as well as relationship and work concerns. Beyond my work with these individuals, I am passionate about maternal mental health, spanning from early pregnancy to one year after giving birth. I have completed the Professional Maternal Mental Health Certificate training from Postpartum Support International as well as professional courses on treating insomnia with CBT-i.
I volunteer with the Maryland Responds Medical Reserve Corps, the state's volunteer disaster response organization, and Sharebaby, a Baltimore organization that provides essential infant and child supplies to those in need.
I have taught several undergraduate and graduate psychology courses at Roosevelt University in Chicago and Notre Dame of Maryland University. I also am a member of the Maryland Psychological Association.
I live in Baltimore with my husband, two kids, and dog. In my free time, I enjoy reading, doing creative projects, and spending time with friends.