About Me

I have been on a quest to help others thrive for more than 20 years. I have collaborated in a variety of professional and educational environments, from public and private schools, universities, private practice, remote health care settings, and now in your living room, by way of virtual technology! I began a shift to remote delivery of services after moving from Atlanta in 2016. Like any good life-upending transition, it became an opportunity to develop new expertise in telehealth and the tools to deliver high quality care to clients from a distance. I had no idea how important these skills would become in 2020.
I am a licensed psychologist in Georgia, a Florida telehealth provider, a PSYPACT credentialled psychologist, and a nationally and state certified school psychologist. I am an eternal learner and advocate for evidence-based practices in mental health because they work; it is not magic, and you can learn these strategies, too. I can’t help it if I get overly excited about neuroplasticity and the ability make physical changes in the brain by practicing new habits! That is amazing and empowering. I tend to be straightforward, structured, and down-to-earth in my approach. I want to help you develop insight and a personalized set of tools and skills to meet life’s challenges with greater resilience and confidence.
Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT),
Granted by PSYPACT Commission, effective 8/3/20, #4963
Connecticut, Licensed Psychologist #3607
Georgia, Licensed Psychologist #2736
Florida, Telehealth Provider #388
Nationally Certified School Psychologist
Certified School Psychologist (GA, CT)
Adjunct University Professor
Mindfulness Instructor
Certified Yoga Instructor


It takes courage to create the time and space to make mental health a priority—it will pay dividends for years to come! Frequently told that I have a calming and empathetic presence, my goal in therapy is to create an environment of acceptance and compassion where clients can unpack what needs to be unpacked, develop insight regarding the patterns and habits that no longer serve them, and work towards learning new skills and shifting habits to create the life they want. 
My preferred evidence-based modalities for achieving this include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness strategies, positive psychology, increasing resilience and supporting healthy lifestyle behaviors, which are a foundation for mental health. Through our shared safe and supportive space, I look forward to collaborating to make your goals a reality.
I am not currently accepting new therapy clients.
Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT),
Granted by PSYPACT Commission, effective 8/3/20, #4963
Georgia, Licensed Psychologist #2736
Florida, Telehealth Provider #288
Connecticut, Licensed Psychologist #3607
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Defining the problem accurately is the first step to intervening effectively. It can be hard to know what to do without a clear picture of the problem. That is where a detailed assessment and intervention plan can save hours of guesswork and false starts and make sure that you are directing resources appropriately. Assessment services can be targeted and specific, or more comprehensive and offering a wide-angle view. 
  Do you have concerns that your child is having problems with learning? With attention? Or you just aren’t sure but certain that something is not clicking the way it should be? We can talk about that and we can get more information, so you aren’t fumbling in the dark trying to figure out how to help your child. Assessments for school-age through high school-age students are usually more comprehensive in nature and obtain multiple viewpoints to more accurately zero in on identifying the problem. 
  Maybe you have concerns about your own capacity to attend, to manage your behavior and emotions, or feel that the level of anxious or depressive thinking is getting in the way? Maybe you are a young adult who was diagnosed with learning, attention or emotional problems in childhood and feel like you need to revisit these issues now that you are older. Assessments for adults tend to be more focused on questions like do I have undiagnosed ADHD? Am I depressed? Do I have an anxiety disorder? There is no need to wonder about these things when we have the tools to construct a plan of support and action based on a clear understanding of the problem.
Assessments offered:
  • comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations for learning, emotional, behavioral and attention concerns for school age children through adolescents.
  • Reevaluation of previously diagnosed learning, emotional or attention problems to be used for college or graduate school planning and accommodations for college age through young adults.
  • Assessment/diagnosis of ADHD with detailed executive functioning analysis and personalized goal-setting plan for use in therapy or coaching.
I am accepting very limited asssessment clients.
I offer a free 15-minute consultation to discuss your questions and what assessment plan fits your needs.

Client Testimonials

Don’t take my word for it – here’s what my clients have shared:
“She’s very compassionate, attentive, and a very good listener. I feel free to express my thoughts and feelings without being judged or criticized. She has helped me to see and feel more to who I am and can be with choosing to think, breathe, relax, and not to react to every situation without thought. I truly enjoy and appreciate our time together 😊.”

Minnie, age 58

“I am grateful every day. There was so much I wasn’t enjoying by letting anxiety and depression control me. Yes, there are still things that stress me day to day, but they don’t control me anymore…This is where I can push myself a little more. I let fear control my life for so many years. The best thing I can do now is to live the rest of my years without fear being in control.”

Linda, age 35

“I just got word from the Professional Engineering Exam that I have been approved for double time, a reader, breaks and separate room. Everything we wanted. Now I just need to study more and pass the exam. I just want to thank you again for your help…(several months later) I just wanted to let you know that I have passed the exam. I don’t think I would have done it without my accommodations. Thank you so much for so quickly helping me out.”

Adult Graduate Student