I've been a practicing clinical psychologist for over 20 years. After receiving my doctoral degree, I completed a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Traumatic Stress Institute in CT. I then moved to New York to work in the NYC child welfare system, at the counseling services at Barnard College, and for the Columbia-Presbyterian Center for Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Mental Health. After 9-11, I moved to Montana, where I directed the University of Montana's Clinical Psychology center (CPC) for close to 12 years before joining the faculty of the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana, where I train young family physicians. Because I work for the residency program, I maintain a very small private practice. Although I consider myself to be a general practitioner, I particularly enjoy working with clients on concerns related to health, LGBT issues, and climate change.
|Ph.D.||Clinical Psychology||University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)||1997|