I am a certified psychoanalyst in private practice in Manhattan working with individuals and couples and am on the faculty at Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis, and the Institute for Expressive Analysis. In addition to teaching psychoanalytic courses and supervising candidates, I serve on MIP’s Executive Committee, co-chair their Colloquium Committee, and founded and co-edited their blog Analysis Now (see below).
After receiving an MSW from New York University’s School of Social Work in 1996, I moved from New York City to Palo Alto, CA where I began my career at Stanford Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry. From there, I maintained a private psychotherapy practice in Palo Alto, CA while working at Belmont Hills Hospital and then in Kaiser Permanente’s Department of Psychiatry, providing individual, couples, and family counseling, and developing and running groups for psychiatric patients, including eating disorders and severe mood and personality disorders. In those years I completed additional training in short-term behavioral treatments such as dialectical and cognitive therapy for high-risk patients.
Returning to New York City, I worked as a clinician and supervisor at the Jewish Board of Family & Children’s Services before opening my private practice and continuing training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at the William Alanson White Institute and couples therapy at the Ackerman Institute, and graduated from the Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis’ 5-year program. I remain actively involved at MIP.
In addition to my private practice, I enjoy writing and singing.
Below is a selection of my posts on the Analysis Now blog:
My affiliations include: