I graduated Summa Cum Laude, as a University Scholar, from The University of Pittsburgh in 1993. In 1995, I completed a Master's of Social Work with high honors. Afterwards I taught Cultural Diversity at The University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Social Work as an adjunct professor while working as a therapist.
Eventually my full-time work became therapy in a private setting, and continues as such today. In my practice, I implement various modalities according to your needs. Often, a psychodynamic approach is combined with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
It's important to discover ways to cope with challenging situations, and change our patterns of thinking and behavior in order to ultimately feel good about ourselves and our relationships, and to meet the goals of our life's work and dreams. What is of utmost importance to me is that you feel comfortable and safe in our therapeutic relationship.