I am an experienced, highly trained psychotherapist who worked and trained with Johns Hopkins Medicine, including psychodynamic psychotherapy and therapeutic skills.
I am a warm and sensitive clinician who does not sit back. In our initial sessions we will assess your goals for treatment, and I will make appropriate recommendations. Once we decide to work together, we will agree on a time, which will become yours.
Dynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis differ in the frequency per week and in the depth of treatment to get to the root of emotional problems.
Psychoanalysis may be the best treatment for longstanding problems with depression, anxiety, anger and sexual problems and inhibitions.
As a clinical social worker, I am licensed in Maryland and Washington DC. I embrace a commitment to ongoing training, which deeply enhances the quality of my work. I graduated from an advanced clinical training program in 2014 and another in 2016. I have completed observational studies with infants. I am currently a candidate psychoanalyst at the Washington Baltimore Psychoanalytic Institute affiliated with The George Washington University. I am a registered supervisor for the state of Maryland. As adjunct faculty, I am a clinical supervisor with the George Washington University School for Professional Psychology. I hold a candidate membership of the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA). I am a past scholar of APA (American Psychological Association) Division 39, Multicultural Concerns Committee (MCC), with a deep interest in diversity and psychoanalysis.