I work in private practice in Los Angeles with creatives, actors, entrepreneurs, and individuals going through occupational transitional periods. I utilize my clients’ stories about their self and their life (their personal myths) – as a vehicle to discover new possibilities for thought and action in their worlds. 


I am also adjunct faculty at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where I teach B.A. courses, such as abnormal psychology, child and adolescent psychology, educational psychology. In this role, I also collaborate on syllabi and course development. 


I am additionally a dissertation and project coach, assisting individuals to clarify their goals, set concrete objectives, and complete their projects with accountability, follow-through and heart. 


I also teach blog writing and fee setting workshops and co-facilitate weekly groups for pre-licensed clinicians at Wright Institute Los Angeles to help develop ways to effectively communicate psychological ideas to the community.