I am a New York State licensed clinical psychologist. I received my Psy.D. from George Washington University, where I was trained to conduct psychotherapy and psychological testing/assessment.
Prior to graduating, I provided psychotherapy services to culturally, economically, and diagnostically diverse populations at George Washington University Hospital (an inpatient psychiatric unit), George
Washington University Center Clinic (a community mental health clinic), Marymount University Counseling Center, and University of Maine Counseling Center.
I completed my pre-doctoral assessment training at several neuropsychology and testing centers in the DC area, such as the Neuropsychology Associates of Fairfax and Dr. Gorin and Associates, where I gained proficiency in conducting comprehensive, psycho-educational, and forensic evaluations. After graduation, I completed my postdoctoral residency at Cornell University Counseling and Psychological Services and established my private practice specializing in both psychotherapy and testing. Across these settings I have built a clinical foundation that reflects my interest in integrating psychological theories and neuroscience research into culturally-informed psychotherapy and assessment.
I developed my assessment practice after observing a need for testing services in the community. During my experience working at multiple college counseling centers, I realized that many students are struggling with undiagnosed or misdiagnosed attention and learning disorders. I provide comprehensive ADHD and learning disorder testing as a solution to this problem.