I am a dedicated family member and licensed clinical psychologist. I live in the Baltimore area with my husband and two young sons though I have lived in many states–including New York, New Jersey, Florida, Maryland, and Louisiana. I have a bachelors degree in Psychology from Princeton University and both masters and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Louisiana State University. My internship training was completed in Baltimore, Maryland through the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics with rotations in two clinics at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. While I have been providing services in private practice for the past seven years, my 19 years of providing psychological services has spanned various settings including schools, hospitals, group homes, in-home service providers, medication management meetings, and interdisciplinary team meetings. I hold several professional memberships including the American Psychological Association (APA) and have been presented at several conferences held by by the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) and the APA. Furthermore, my scholarly works have been published in the Journal of Child Neurology, Research in Developmental Disabilities, and The Journal of Applied Researchin Intellectual Disabilities and I have co-authored a chapter in “The Practice of Child Therapy.”
With my husband, I enjoy chasing after our two sons. When I get a chance to slow down, I love sports, photography, cooking/baking, and daydream about traveling the world.