I have a PhD in Clinical Psychology from The New School for Social Research, and a Bachelors of Arts Degree in History and Political Science from Williams College.

I completed my predoctoral internship and a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology at Lenox Hill Hospital, where I received specialized training in treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMAD), providing psychotherapy and group support for pregnant and post-partum women and their partners.

Clinical Work

I am currently in private practice on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, and work with individual adults and children, as well as with couples, families, and parent-infant dyads. If you are interested in setting up an initial consultation, I can be reached by email at or phone at (929) 274-1242.


I am an Assistant Professor at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University in the Combined School-Clinical Child Doctoral Program and run the Attachment and Psychotherapy Process Lab. In addition to demonstrating treatment outcomes, I am interested in understanding the process of psychotherapy through the lens of attachment theory, and aim to answer questions about what makes psychotherapy interventions effective, and how to effectively disseminate and implement new treatments.

I have developed a video observation task (the Applications of Clinical Training Assessment, or ACTA) to assess how clinicians approach their work, and study the effectiveness of clinical training in parent-child treatments. I am open to furthering this research through collaborations with other clinical sights/interventions and adapting the ACTA to evaluate their training processes and ultimately improve the quality of clinical competence among those they train.