I work with clients with diverse problems, including anxiety, depression, grief, disability, and serious or chronic medical conditions. In addition, I have specialized training in behavioral medicine and geriatric psychology. I have special interest in working with older adults and their families on a variety of later-life issues. Inclusion is a central value to my practice, and I continuously strive to affirm different forms of diversity, such as race, religion, gender identity, and sexuality.
I am trained in a variety of evidence-based treatment approaches, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), to help people with depression and anxiety manage their symptoms and improve their coping skills. I aim to create a warm, welcoming environment built on a foundation of trust and understanding. Together, we will work to identify your goals, problem-solve, and develop healthy strategies to meet them. I believe therapy should fit the needs of the individual, and my approach is active and strengths-based.
Geropsychology, Chronic Illness, Psycho-oncology, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Palliative Care, Hospice/End-of-Life, Grief
- Assessment - Brief memory screening
- Therapy - Family
- Therapy - Individual
Major Insurance Providers
- BCBS Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Healthcare / United Behavioral Health (UBH) / Optum
|Street Address||75 Arlington Street, 5th Floor|
|City, State||Boston, MA|
|State(s) of Licensure||Massachusetts, California|