I received my graduate training in child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy at the John F. Kennedy University Counseling Center, and completed graduate training at The Women’s Therapy Center in relational psychotherapy, where I provided therapy for women and couples.
In addition to my formal training, I have a background working in community mental health and advocacy, providing mental health services to people with HIV and AIDS, as an advocate for battered women and their children, and as a health educator and counselor to teenage girls.
– Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC23054), 1987
– Masters of Arts Clinical Psychology (MA), John F. Kennedy University, 1985
– Bachelor of Arts Psychology (BA), Mills College, 1980