GET TO KNOW ME
I am Michigan transplant from Northern Virginia. I received my Bachelor’s in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University, followed by my Master’s in Psychology and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Adler University in Chicago. I completed a doctoral internship with Hawthorn Center in Northville, Michigan providing therapy and testing to children, adolescents and their families experiencing acute mental health concerns. I then completed a 2-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship with University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF) at University of Michigan, specializing in therapy and testing of individuals with neurodiversity. I am research reliably trained for the gold-standard Autism assessments, including the ADOS-2 and ADI-R. Throughout my career I have been engaged in research regarding the intersectionality between gender diversity and neurodiversity (Autism).
In my personal life I enjoy reading, gardening, painting, cooking, and spending time with my friends, family, husband and dog.
PSY.D. in Clinical Psychology - Adler University, Chicago
M.A. in Clinical Psychology - Adler University, Chicago
B.A. in Psychology - Pennsylvania State University
CLINICAL TRAINING & WORK EXPERIENCE