My clients tell me that sessions generally feel conversational and interpersonal. I work hard to get to know each client as an individual and to convey a deep and thorough understanding of their unique struggles and challenges. I attempt to help each client answer the following two questions: What needs to change in your life? What are you willing to do about it?
I am a licensed, Emory-trained psychologist, life coach, and Employee Assistance Professional. I've been in private practice since 2005 and I offer a wide range of services for individuals, couples and groups along with many services for employees, managers and organizations. Prior to private practice, I was employed by Emory University as a psychologist, workshop developer and presenter, and employee assistance professional. I have worked as an adjunct professor of psychology at several Atlanta area universities and continue to serve as a guest lecturer at the Emory School of Medicine. I am a member of the American Psychological Association and the Georgia Psychological Association.