My approach to therapy has always been firmly systemically oriented. My goal as a therapist is to help guide you to be able to help yourself outside of the therapy office. I am very passionate in helping individuals get to the point that they can foster healthy relationships and to help people already in relationships encourage growth within their partners and family members as well as themselves.
I have worked within community mental health in various roles since 2010 and since earning my Master’s degree in 2014. I also completed an internship at a psychiatric hospital. My professional experiences have informed my strong passion in the importance of working systemically with other health care providers and community members when there is potential benefit for the clients or families that I work with.
PA Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist: MF000978
AAMFT Clinical Fellow
Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy
Bachelors with a double-major in Psychology and Jewish Studies
Pre-teens (10-13 y/o)
Adolescents (14-18 y/o)
My approach to treatment varies as much as my clients do and what their goals for treatment are. I am comfortable with and pull from family therapy treatment models such as, attachment-based, solution focused, and structural. The models of family therapy that I use most frequently are, emotionally focused and experiential.