"As a licensed Psychologist practicing Cognitive therapy, I work with my clients to help them identify the personal issues that are preventing them from achieving a more satisfying and well-adjusted life. I have been in private practice since 1992, working with individuals, families, and corporate clients. I received my Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Rhode Island. I also have extensive experience in psychopharmacology and when given written consent by the patient, work closely with his or her medical providers if I feel that medications might facilitate and expedite treatment goals.It has been my experience that in today’s fast-paced world people have so many work, family and personal obligations, that they very often do not make the time to take care of their own emotional needs. Their personal psychological problems are often given a low priority, ranking below their jobs, family and social commitments. Since it has been scientifically proven that emotional health is a necessary prerequisite for physical health, ignoring your emotional issues will not only create unhappiness and distress, it will eventually lead to medical problems."
"People with anxiety-related disorders like Panic Attacks, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Phobia, and worrying. Sleep disorders, some personality disorders, parent-child problems, chronic medical problems contributing to emotional problems, Personal Support, and mood disorders are among some other issues which are suitable for sessions. Other symptoms can be discussed to determine if online or telephonic sessions would be suitably therapeutic for you. Individuals who are severely depressed, actively psychotic, suicidal or homicidal should seek immediate medical care by calling 911 or by going to the nearest hospital, and not consider online or telephonic counseling."