I enjoy working with adults of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and lifestyles and work in a highly attuned, caring, and deeply respectful way.
My clinical work focuses on expatriates and their families: humanitarian and development professionals, embassy personnel, business consultants, and international study abroad, volunteer, and exchange program participants.
I also work with couples in both traditional and non-traditional relationships. I particularly enjoy working with couples from different cultural backgrounds to overcome differences in styles and expectations.
Some common themes include: anxiety, depression, negotiating cultures, identities, roles, and career changes, experiencing or witnessing overwhelming suffering or trauma, relationship concerns including navigating separations, and the joys and complexities of returning home and adjusting to new family and social dynamics.
I completed my training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Before completing my clinical training, I worked in the development sector in Afghanistan and Iraq and traveled for extended periods in Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
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