I am a licensed clinical psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and my private practice is in Harrisonburg. Since completing my doctoral degree in 2003, my professional work has included a wide range of psychological assessment and psychotherapy services as well as consultation, teaching, clinical training, and supervision experiences. I have worked with adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families primarily in outpatient private practice settings. My training and experience reflect a commitment to evidence-based practice in psychology.
Prior to relocating to Harrisonburg, Virginia in 2015, I was a clinical supervisor at the Emory University Psychological Center in Atlanta, Georgia. There, I was involved in the training and supervision of clinical psychology graduate students. I continue to be an adjunct faculty member in the clinical psychology graduate program at Emory University.
My areas of specialty include evidence-based treatments for various anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorders. For the past 10 years, I have acquired additional training and experiences in providing cognitive-behavior therapies (CBT), which include exposure-based therapies, such as exposure and response/ritual prevention.