I have 14 years experience as a therapist and am a graduate of the University of St. Thomas Psy.D. program in counseling psychology, which is an American Psychological Association accredited program. I completed my pre-doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Hamm Memorial Psychiatric Clinic, an American Psychological Association accredited site. There I received extensive, in-depth psychodynamically-oriented training for my individual work and it is also where I developed my competency as a couples and group therapist. In addition to my work as a clinician, I am an adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas where my teaching responsibilities include the doctoral level relationship counseling/couples therapy course. I've also co-taught the UST master's level marriage counseling course.
I am a licensed psychologist specializing in adult individual, couples, premarital, and group psychotherapy. I maintain a private practice in Minneapolis, Minnesota where I work with a broad spectrum of clients.