•   Providing post-graduate counseling and/or psychotherapy to

          gay, lesbian, bisexual, heterosexual and transgender

          communities and to persons living with HIV/AIDS since 1996.
  •   Specializing in providing psychotherapy to individuals and

          couples coping with anxiety, depression, intimacy issues,

          traumatic experiences, bereavement, self-esteem issues,

          substance use and/or other addictive behaviors; I assist

          clients with a broad range of issues and concerns.
  • As an adjunct faculty member at the Hunter College School of

        Social Work for seven years, I taught graduate students an

        advanced course on how to conduct clinical work.       

  • When indicated, I am able to help clients with the processing

         and resolution of traumatic experiences utilizing a technique

         called Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR).


  • Successfully completed the two-year post-graduate program in

         Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy at the Institute

         for Contemporary Psychotherapy.

         Completed training in the Essential Skills of Accelerated
         Experiential Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP).


  • If you have out-of-network mental health benefits as a part of

        your health insurance coverage, you may be reimbursed

        by your insurance provider for payments you make for

        my services.


  • Sliding-scale fees may be available to persons who have

         limited financial resources.


  • My office is conveniently located in Manhattan at Broadway

        and 25th St.


  • To set up an appointment call 212-929-1878.


  • If you would like to e-mail me with a question, write to


    *Please put "psychotherapy" in the subject box of your e-mail*

   Or, for a faster response, telephone me at the above number.