Oregon Psychologist License 1060
I have been treating clients in private clinical practice since 1988: from 1988-93 in New York, and in Oregon since 1993.
Part-time Instructor in undergraduate psychology at Portland State University from 1997-98.
Instructor in Psychiatry at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City from 1989-91, as well as therapist in an adult psychiatric, inpatient setting (Elmhurst City Hospital).
Post-Doctoral Fellowship at The New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center from 1987-89: therapist on the long-term inpatient Borderline unit and involved in research on personality disorders.
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University in 1987.
Clinical internship at Yale University Medical School, Yale-New Haven Hospital, from 1986-87: therapist on an adolescent inpatient unit.
B.A. in English, magna cum laude, from Williams College in 1979.
American Psychological Association
Oregon Psychological Association
I have been very involved in the Oregon Psychological Association, serving on the Ethics Committee from 2003-08, as Ethics Chair in 2008, and in the three year President sequence, finishing as Past-President in 2011. I continue serving as Chair of OPA’s Confidential Peer Support Committee. The involvement with OPA and my peers has been stimulating, challenging and rewarding and provides a wonderful complement to my private practice clinical work with clients.