About Me

 

 

I received my Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in psychology and a minor in Business from Spelman College.  I received my master’s of art degree with a major in clinical/counseling psychology and a minor in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Lasalle University.  I received another master’s degree as well as my doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University, Atlanta Campus.  I completed my pre-doctoral training at Vanderbilt University and my post-doctoral training at Princeton University.  I recently received my credentialing as a Diplomate in Comprehensive Energy Psychology (DCEP) and have been training and working in the area of Energy Psychology since 2012.      

I have extensive work in the area of university mental health, including Agnes Scott College, Emory University, Vanderbilt University, Princeton University and Westminster Choir College of Rider University.  I have worked in multiple mental health settings, including community mental health, Veteran’s Affairs (VA), hospitals, jails, university counseling centers and private practice.  I also have experience in cognitive, psychological and neuropsychological testing.  In the past, I have had private practice offices in Princeton, NJ and Jenkintown, PA.

In psychotherapy, I utilize a psychodynamic approach.  However, I have also been trained in cognitive-behavioral techniques and utilize them, as needed.  I believe there is a strong connection between physical and emotional health and utilize the interventions of energy work or energy psychology to provide treatment to rebalance an individual's energy system.  

I am a member of several professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association, the Pennsylvania Psychological Association, the Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists and the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology.