I am a clinical psychologist, licensed in DC and Maryland. My PhD is from Catholic University in Washington, DC, and I have had-post-doctoral training in family therapy. I am a Diplomate in Couple and Family Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology, a Fellow of the American and Maryland Psychological Associations and listed on the National Register of Health Services Psychologists. In the early 1990’s I was President of the DC Psychological Association and, active for many years in professional activities My specialties include individual therapy with adults, with an emphasis on the addictions and on persons with ADHD; couples and family therapy; psychological assessments of many kinds; and forensic (court-related) services. I also provide services for older adults, their families, their legal representatives, and their caretakers. I collaborate with many other professionals to ensure the best services for my clients, including mental health specialists, physicians, and attorneys. I am an amateur jazz drummer, a basketball fanatic, and a happy grandparent.
- ADHD/ADD, Asperger's, Codependency, Men's Issues, Relationships, Substance Abuse
I am a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Maryland as well as the District of Columbia. I have been practicing in the field of social work for the past sixteen years. I graduated from Howard University, School of Social Work in 2000. I have Master’s degree in Social Work as well as a Bachelor’s degree in English. I have experience working with couples, adults, and adolescents in treatment modalities such as couples therapy, individual therapy, and family therapy. My practice style can be described as eclectic in that I utilize various treatment techniques that work best to meet the client’s needs or presenting problems: such as cognitive-behavioral, task-centered, problem-solving, and cognitive approaches. During the first session, the client can expect to participate in an initial assessment where the goal of the session is to establish and document a diagnosis, identify functional impairments, and symptoms.
- Codependency, Depression, Divorce, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender, Grief/Loss, Relationships, Women's Issues