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 and Connecticut, approved to provide teletherapy in the state of Florida, and a nationally and state certified school psychologist. I am also have authority to practice interjurisdictional telepsychology (APIT) granted by the PSYPACT commission. I returned to Atlanta in 2022. 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 have a holistic view of mental health, which means attending to health habits such as sleep, exercise and nutrition on the journey to improving overall functioning. 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. I am not currently accepting new clients.
  • APIT granted by PSYPACT #4963
  • Connecticut, Licensed Psychologist #3607
  • Georgia, Licensed Psychologist #2736
  • Florida Telehealth Provider #288
  • Nationally Certified School Psychologist
  • Adjunct University Professor
  • Certified Yoga Instructor
  • Mindfulness Instructor