My professional journey began over two decades ago.  I received a BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan and later a MSW from New York University School of Social Work.  My desire to always do the best I can for my clients has motivated me to continually explore new treatment techniques, alternate thinking and theories including advanced training in Family Systems Therapy.  I have written articles and provided expert commentary to leading news organizations such as The New York TImes, Westchester Parents, NY Metro Parents and Westchester Family.  and I have lectured at schools in Westchester and Fairfield counties.

Several years ago my own personal path led me to study the study of yoga.  Having experienced what yoga did for me, I began to explore how I could bring the benefits of this discipline to my clients.  I trained as a yoga instructor at Greenwich Yoga and received certification from the Yoga Alliance. 

Continuing my education and development in the fields of psychotherapy and yoga enables me to stay on the cutting edge, evolving my practice to include treatments, ideas and new techniques.  The integration yogic techniques in my psychotherapy practice has come with incredible success for my clients.  I have worked with clients with years of past psychotherapy experience who have found this new approach enables them to breakthrough emotional barriers.  Some have found that Yoga Therapy helps them to find a different focus and deeper understanding of themselves and the issues and obstacles they face.

As Yoga Therapy is a relatively new and evolving treatment form, I continue to learn and grow.  My ongoing coursework includes study in Buddhism and Mental Health and study in Restorative Yoga techniques.