I received my Psy.D. from George Washington University, where I was trained to conduct psychotherapy and psychological assessment. Prior to graduating, I provided clinical 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 gained proficiency conducting comprehensive psychological evaluations at Dr. Gorin and Associates and Neuropsychology Associates of Fairfax. After graduation, I completed my postdoctoral residency at Cornell University Counseling and Psychological Services. 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.