I completed my doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University. My clinical training provided me with experience in treating emotional, interpersonal, and addictive disorders at varying degrees of intensity. This experience taught me how important it is to truly listen to each person’s individual story, understanding that everyone’s journey is unique.

After graduate school, I worked at top Residential, Partial Hospitalization, and Intensive Outpatient Programs treating women with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and trauma related issues.

I feel lucky to be able to embrace my passion for helping others through my career as a psychologist. I enjoy working with individuals on their journey to self discovery, and empowering others to fully embrace their potential. Whether it is a short term stressor, or a lifelong battle, I will help you identify the barriers to reaching your goals, and work with you to create an action plan that allows you to build the life you want to be living.

I am curious by nature, I ask a lot of questions, enjoy exploration, and love learning. These traits are apparent in my therapy approach. In session, I want to get to know the real you, see things from your perspective, and in the process, help you learn about yourself on a deeper level.

In my own life, I love music, reading, travel, and new experiences.

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2601 E Oakland Park Blvd, suite 502
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306

(954) 693-6446

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