Staff Psychologist, Fay J. Lindner Center for Autism & Developmental Disabilities

School Psychologist, Lifeline Center for Child Development

Adjunct Psychology Faculty, SUNY Old Westbury

Instructor- NYS Child Abuse & School Violence Prevention Workshops, Nassau Community College

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Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Child Clinical Psychology & Developmental Disabilities

 

Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.), 2013

Long Island University, Post Campus

 

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Cum Laude, 2008

Boston University

 

 

Education

Training 

Training Sites

  • LIU Psychological Services Center

  • Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center

  • Nassau University Medical Center

  • Westchester Institute for Human Development 

  • Einstein- Early Childhood Center 

Specialized Training

  • Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellowship

  • LIU Trauma Response Team 

  • Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy

  • Group Attachment-Based Intervention

  • Child-Parent Psychotherapy 

  • Traumatic Grief 

NYS License No. 020832

I received both my masters and my doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Long Island University- Post. In this intensive program, I completed the Applied Child track, focusing my work with children, adolescents and families. I took coursework in behavioral intervention strategies with children as well as school consultation. I then sought out training opportunities in a range of clinical settings including preschool, middle school, inpatient psychiatric settings, and outpatient clinics. My goal was to experience the full spectrum of childhood, including both typical and atypical development.

 

Current & Past Positions

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