B.A. in Psychology, Tufts University, Medford, MA, 1990; M.A. in Counseling, New York University, 1994; Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, New York University, 2006.
Assistant Psychologist, Mobile Crisis Team, Interfaith Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY (2001-2003). APA-approved clinical internship, Kings County Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY (1999-2000). Clinical Internship Supervisor, M.A. Program in Counseling, New York University (2006-present); Adjunct Instructor, Department of Applied Psychology, NYU (1997-present); Psychotherapist, Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy, Brooklyn, NY (1996-1999); Clinical Doctoral Extern, New York University Counseling Services (1995-1996); Psychotherapist, Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, NYC, NY (1990-1995).
Multicultural issues in psychotherapy, group psychotherapy/group dynamics, crisis intervention, psychodynamic psychotherapy, treatment of trauma, supervision/training. Research interests: Racial identity development of adolescents; multiculturalism.