My approach to therapy focuses on the individual, their goals, and the unique perspective they have upon their life and relationships. Much of my work tends to involve understanding and addressing emotional problems, personality issues, and relationship difficulties (including the relationship with oneself.)
My "superpower" is to listen for the signal in the noise: to find themes lurking in plain sight in the experiences of my clients, and to help them move to a place of grace and peace in their lives.
In my 20+ years I've worked extensively within Church settings. I've found that the healing power of therapy rests in helping people find mercy and grace within their own lives, and within themselves.
Faith has always been a presence in my life since childhood, and has been fed by many different inspirations, to this day. Raised a Protestant, I've worked extensively in the Catholic Church and am currently the main psychologist for 4 of the 5 dioceses in New Jersey.
Clinical psychologist, PsyD
PhD from The George Washington University