When your child is not well, nothing else matters! Whether you have a new baby who cries all day long, a 3rd grader whose anxiety gets in the way of positive school experiences, or a teenager struggling with self esteem or individuation, the toll on the child and family is substantial. If only there was a handbook that provided families with all the answers they needed to move successfully through their most important role as parents. The good news is that there is hope.
I am clinical psychologist specializing in parent-child mental health with an emphasis on working with the entire family to cultivate a "system" of change. In addition to working with families and children of all ages, I have advanced, post-doctoral training specializing in perinatal, infant, and early childhood mental health. I provide clinical services within the context of the family relationship supporting families from the earliest transition to parenthood all the way to preparing for college.
I also provide reflective supervision and consultation to professionals looking to integrate a working foundation of knowledge and relational awareness into their work with children and families.
I am passionate about my work and I look forward to supporting you, your child, and family on your journey toward happiness.