As a practicing psychologist and psychoanalyst, faculty member of Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of NJ, clinical supervising faculty of Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University and the Thomas J. McShane Center for Psychological Services at Pace University, I am actively involved in the graduate and post-graduate training of working psychotherapists, psychoanalysts and psychology graduate students.
I hold advanced training and certification in psychodynamic supervision.
My primary areas of clinical interest include:
- The relationship process between patient and therapist as the main source of therapeutic action in treatment over and above content.
- The role that dissociation plays in normal every day living, as well as pathological human functioning.
- Why therapists have a more "difficult" time with some patients but not others.
- The process of healing and growth following from developmental trauma and the place of ennactments in that healing.
If you are a graduate student or mental health professional at the Masters or Doctoral level, pre- or post- licensure, providing therapy to clients and seek case consultation or supervision, please feel free to contact me to arrange a time to meet to discuss your interests. Either call me directly or use the APPOINTMENT REQUEST form on my website.