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I have a great office space for my New Hampshire practice located conveniently in downtown Concord.  I accept Anthem BCBS and Cigna in network and most other insurances out of network.  Contact me for a free telephone consultation and to set up an appointment via email at or via phone at 603-722-0860.

After 10 wonderful years in New York City, I will be relocating to Southern New Hampshire at the end of 2015.  I plan to build a psychotherapy practice in Concord, NH upon my move and am looking forward to continuing to provide a high level of therapeutic support to area clients.

Although some stress is normal and can even be helpful, chronic stress has many negative effects on our mood, body, and behavior.  It is very important therefore to engage in activities that reduce stress.  Recently, there has been a lot of buzz about the stress relieving qualities of coloring so the next time you are feeling overwhelmed grab your crayons or color pencils and print out a free coloring page – like this one!



Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) affect over 3 million individuals in the U.S. and tens of millions worldwide.  Twelve years ago I started my career in the helping professions as an Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapist working with children with autism and their families.  Spreading awareness about ASD remains very important to me.  Please follow this link to learn more about this group of complex disorders of brain development:


I am excited to announce that I will be expanding my psychotherapy practice to full time starting December 1st 2014.

My offices will also be moving to: 928 Broadway (between 21st St. & 22nd St.), Suite 500, New York, NY 10010.

Please reach out to me by email at or by phone at 917-274-7248 to schedule your free telephone consultation today.

In honor of Mental Health Month, I am posting a link to a calendar that has daily tips to boost mind & body!

Click to access MHM%202014%20-%20Mind%20Your%20Health%20Poster%20Calendar.pdf

The new year is an opportunity to start afresh.  Did you make a resolution for 2014 that involves taking better care of yourself? Perhaps you resolved to manage your stress in a healthier way.  Research out of England has shown that it takes an average of 66 days to form a simple habit–that’s 66 days to make your resolution stick.  If you feel your resolve wavering, it may be helpful to write encouraging notes to yourself, to give yourself a pep talk, and to engage the support of family and friends so that you can stay on track.  Remember, in just a little over two months you will be closer to a healthier and happier you!

Announcing a 3 week, pre-holiday, stress reduction group focused on helping you create a personalized stress reduction plan & overcome any obstacles in achieving your stress management goals.


Tuesdays Dec 3, 10, & 17 from 6:30pm – 7:30pm


80 E 11th St., New York, NY 10003



Email or call (917) 274-7248 to sign up.  Space is limited so sign up now!