I am a licensed clinical psychologist and I specialize in helping adults and adolescents overcome sexual addiction/compulsion, chronic relationship problems, and trauma. I earned my doctorate from Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology. I have been a therapist working in a variety of clinical settings for over a decade. I spent six years working primarily with individuals whose lives have been ravaged by addiction, trauma and abuse. My most recent focus has been working primarily with veterans struggling with a variety of mental health concerns.
In addition to my doctorate, I have also sought additional training and specialization in the areas of sexual addiction, financial disorders, trauma treatment, couples therapy, and work with military members and their families. I am also a National Register Health Service Provider in Psychology.
Treatment Philosophy and Approach
Professional Training and Affiliations
I am committed to the idea of life-long learning so I regularly attend training workshops and symposia. The purpose is two-fold: (1) to keep my therapeutic skills sharp and (2) to make sure I can offer my clients the most current treatments being supported by the research in the field.