Here is a little about myself and how I got where I am today.
I work with children through young adults who are experiencing difficulties with mental health. I specialize in working with youth that may have attention difficulties, anxiety, depression, trauma, and behavioral issues.
I am also an assistant professor at California Lutheran University’s Graduate School of Psychology. I enjoy the balance between teaching, doing research, and serving the community. My research highlights a few of my clinical interests with understanding cognitive processes and emotion regulation skills among children with ADHD.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, playing tennis, and walking my dog at the beach.
Education and Clinical Training
Bachelors of Science (B.S.) in Psychology with Neuroscience Option at The Pennsylvania State University
- Honors in Psychology at Schreyer Honors College
- Minors in Biology and Disability Studies
Masters of Science (M.S.) in Clinical Psychology at Oklahoma State University
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology at Oklahoma State University
- Emphasis in Clinical Child Psychology
Predoctoral Internship/Residency at Kennedy Krieger Institute at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Licensed Psychologist in the State of California (PSY #32155)