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2017                Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Internship, University of Washington 

                        (APA Accredited; Academy of Psychological Clinical Science Member)

                        Track: Behavioral Medicine and Neuropsychology


2017                Ph.D., Yale University 

                        Concentration: Clinical Psychology

2014                M.Phil., Yale University


2013                M.S., Yale University




2023              Vermont State Licensed Psychologist, #048.0134758

2022              Florida State Registered Out-of-State Telehealth Provider

2018              New York State Licensed Psychologist, #022756


Specialized in ACT, ERP, and other Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) approaches for treating anxiety disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, depression, and other difficulties.

2023              Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Basics with Matt Boone

2022              Working with Self and Identity in ACT with Kelly Wilson

2022              Level 1 of Radically Open DBT (RO-DBT) Blended Learning Course with Thomas Lynch

2022              ACT Immersion Training with Steve Hayes

2021              4-Day Online Silent Mindfulness Meditation Retreat at the Insight Meditation Society

2021              Life After Trauma ACT Workshop with Robyn Walser

2020              5-Day Silent Mindfulness Meditation Retreat at the Insight Meditation Society

2019              ACT Bootcamp with Robyn Walser, Kelly Wilson, & Steve Hayes

2018              CBT for Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Online Training with Sabine Wilhelm

2017              Intensive ERP, CBT & ACT Trainings with Michael Maher, Sarah Parker, & James Bender (Reeds Center)

2017              Shambhala Center of NYC, Meditation in Everyday Life Course

2016              University of Washington Residency Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Workshop 

2014              Mindfulness for Clinicians: Training Workshop (Instructor: Dr. Anne Peterson)

2011              Facial Action Coding System (FACS) - Certified Coder

2010              ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) Workshop

Statement of Principles and Complaint Procedure 


I intend to abide by all the rules of the American Psychological Association and by those of the New York Board of Professional Regulation. If you ever believe that any therapist has treated you unfairly or has broken a professional rule, you can contact the New York Office of the Professions at: 1-800-442-8106 |

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