As a health psychologist, I specialize in helping people change how they are thinking about and managing stress, in doing so, people often find their life and health transformed.
I work with people who experience stress which affects overall health and wellness and those with health problems which can lead to depression and anxiety. I also work with caregivers and medical professionals who are experiencing burnout.
I use a strength based approach and implement empirically supported mind- body interventions. Your treatment will be tailored to fit your unique personal growth and wellness needs. This could include cognitive behavioral therapy, biofeedback, mindfulness, and clinical hypnosis.
I have over nine years of experience working in healthcare with people who have chronic medical conditions and fifteen years of experience as a therapist. I earned my Master’s degree in Counseling Services from Rider University and completed my Doctoral training in Clinical Psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
“Your beliefs become your thoughts,
Your thoughts become your words,
Your words become your actions,
Your actions become your habits,
Your habits become your values,
Your values become your destiny.”
In order to better meet your needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, I offer HIPAA compliant video sessions.
Together we will work to help you better understand where you become caught in unhelpful ways of thinking or behaving. We will implement your strengths in a way that will not only help you to overcome challenges, but will help you to create a life filled with purpose and passion.
Biofeedback is an empirically validated, evidence-based treatment used for treating stress, anxiety and some forms of chronic pain. Biofeedback involves using devices to measure changes in physiology (not unlike a fitbit). With this information you can learn to better regulate your own emotional and physiological responses.
Mindfulness is a way of paying attention on purpose and bringing a compassionate perspective to experience. Mindfulness has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety as well as help people who are living with chronic pain.
Clinical Hypnosis is a therapeutic tool whereby suggestions can be made during a hypnotic state to change or modify, thoughts, feelings, behaviors and even sensations in a way that is more consistent with the persons underlying values. Common focuses for hypnosis include improving confidence and self-esteem, changing health behaviors such as smoking cessation, increasing physical exercise, eating healthy and sleeping better.
Please contact us with questions.
505 South Lenola Road Suite 222 Moorestown, NJ 08057 US