Practice: Individual psychotherapy for adults and couples, both short and long-term interventions, for problems ranging from relationship and adjustment issues to mood and personality disorders. I also provide continuing education classes and individual supervision in the practice of individual Emotion Focused Therapy as well as research consultation related to coding emotional expression and processing during psychotherapy sessions.
Adults, both individuals and couples. Most major mental disorders
I have an extensive background in both Cognitive Behavioral and Emotion Focused Psychotherapies as well as clinical and forensic psychological evaluations.
University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry (1989-1990) Pre-Doctoral Internship Program in Adult Clinical Psychology (APA-Approved Program)
University of Wyoming, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology (APA-Approved Program) MS & Ph.D.
University of California Santa Barbara Department of Psychology Bachelor of Arts, 1984
My clinical, academic and research experience include the following Clinical Psychologist/Research Consultant Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey July 2013 –2015 Co-Director of Clinical Research Clinical Psychologist Council for Relationships 4025 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 (9/01/2006 to 7/01/2012) Adjunct Associate Professor Jefferson University College of Health Sciences Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Program 130 South 9th Street , Suite100 Philadelphia, PA 19107 Director, Psychological Services Center Director, Center for the Study of Emotional Expression in Psychotherapy Associate Professor Temple University, Department of Clinical Psychology 415 Weiss Hall 1701 North 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 (9/01/2001 to 6/30/06) Clinical Assistant Professor University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Department of Psychology Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3270 (10/1/1998 to 3/30/2001)