In order to facilitate personal growth, I believe that it is important to possess knowledge from various schools of thought while not being limited to one style in particular. Furthermore, I adhere to the power of creating achievable goals in order to increase esteem, personal value, and self-empowerment.
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University (2011)
M.A. in Clinical Psychology from from American School of Professional Psychology (2007)
B.A. in Psychology from the University of Maryland (2004)
My clinical background includes experiences from both inpatient and outpatient mental health settings. I am educated from an integrated psychotherapeutic framework and received training in psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, client-centered, existential, and multicultural approaches.
I specialize in the treatment of addictions. Aside from approaching psychotherapy with various theoretical backgrounds, I emphasize unconditional empathy and support.
Since 2011, I have predominantly worked in private practice. From 2013 through 2018, I was employed as an Adjunct Professor at the American School of Professional Psychology in the Doctor of Psychology and Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology programs. In January 2021, I developed my independent private practice into a group psychological practice.
Substance abuse and addictions