I am a registered psychologist in private practice in Toronto. I am creating this website so that you can have some idea of who I am and how I work, to help you decide if we might be a good fit to work together. It is important that you feel comfortable with me, so that you can allow yourself the kind of openness that is necessary for real exploration and change. There should be a “good fit”.
I encourage you to think together with me about what you want from our work together and how you feel that it is going.
I work with people of all ages and many types of issues, some of which suggest different approaches. Together, we consider the best method for what is on your mind. I perform assessments, conduct treatment, and consult to individuals, couples, families, and organizations. My approach to treatment is relational and psychodynamic: I aim to get a deeper understanding of thoughts and feelings, experiences and interactions that may not really be in tune with what you want: how you want to be and how you want to live your life. With assessments, we aim to investigate strengths and weaknesses, what helps and what impedes, to find out what is going on and what works best for you. I aim for cultural sensitivity and sexual orientation support. We work together to develop practical solutions.
Education and Training in Psychology
- Registered with The College of Psychologists of Ontario
- Washington Psychoanalytic Institute
- Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
- Teachers College, Columbia University
- Bank St. College of Education
- San Francisco State University
Recent Psychology Articles
- Clouds of Sils Maris: Truth vs. Delusion, Resistance is Futile
- Afterword: A Daughter’s Deadly Deception – The Jennifer Pan Story
- Advantageous: Science Fiction in Cinema from A Woman’s Point of View
- Force Majeur: The Male Perspective
- Hiroshima Mon Amour – Confronting Unbearable Loss
- Ten Ox Herding Pictures – My Logo
- Ambition and Shame: Narcissism in the film “Capote”
- Evil, Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress: Martha Marcy May Marlene
- The Sheltering Sky – Existentialism & Disorganized Attachment