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Professional Statement

  • Individuals and couples usually come to therapy when life is in chaos. Even if the problem is alcohol or substance abuse, there can be a solution. Emotional pain is real. The first goal is to relieve suffering. Together we can explore the genesis of the problem, gain insight, and a new awareness of options. Where there once seemed to be a wall, there can be a door. If you are feeling too mad, too bad, too sad, too anxious, or too fearful, it is a good time to take charge. Even intense emotions do not have to overwhelm. You can develop the capacity and willingness to have all your feelings without causing harm to yourself or anyone else.

Education & Training

  • New York University, Master’s in Social Work
  • Finch College (Bachelor’s)

Professional Memberships

  • NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals
  • American Group Psychotherapy Association
  • National Association of Social Workers

Language Spoken

  • English
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