Welcome, and thank you for visiting my website.
I provide couples counseling and individual therapy in the Washington DC area to gay and straight men and women.
I received a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University, and earned a Certificate in Family and Couples Therapy from New York’s Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy.
My undergraduate degree in economics is from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. I worked as a financial analyst for a few years before making the decision to become a psychologist. I chose this field because I wanted to help people live the best lives possible, and I am very gratified to be doing this work.
I continue to pursue advanced training as a psychologist in both couples therapy and individual therapy on an ongoing basis because I want to do the best work I can. I’m passionate about helping clients build strong relationships and fulfilling lives, with the ability to manage anxiety, depression, and stress even when life throws a curveball.
I write a bi-weekly advice column in the Washington Blade. Whether you’re an individual or partnered, gay or straight, I hope you will find it useful. You can also check out a few of my videos where I talk about what you can do to have a great relationship, date well, increase self esteem, and live with integrity.
My office is located in the Woodley Park/Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington DC.
And, I’m a native Washingtonian.