As a native of Wisconsin, it is a privilege to offer psychological health services in my home state. I initially received my Bachelors from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1989, and went on to obtain a Masters from Loyola University of Chicago in 1992. This education allowed me to serve in both inpatient hospital and outpatient psychiatric settings until I completed my Ph.D. from Boston University in 2003.
Prior to entering private practice, much of my work has been focused on treating patients with anxiety and refractory depression, survivors of emotional/physical trauma, disabilities, addictions, and family disconnection. My training in psychotherapy, spiritual resources, and medical ethics, have shaped me to assist clients in weaving together an integrated path to their own healing.
Pre-Doctoral Training: Boston University Danielsen Institute; Boston
Post-Doctoral Training: Aurora Health Care; Milwaukee
Licensed Psychologist Wisconsin #2598-057