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Individual Therapy

We'll meet weekly to address specific issues you or your teen is struggling with, including anxiety, OCD, panic attacks, school refusal, depression, difficulty with social issues, insomnia, divorce, life transitions, and more. I use evidence-based approaches in my work, and teach strategies that you can take with you and use in lots of situations.   


I have extensive training in different types of cognitive behavioral therapies, including for OCD, panic, depression, social phobia, school refusal, and PTSD. I use those differently with each person, but always with a sense of humor and flexibility.

Parent Consultations

Parent coaching sessions are short-term support to help you more effectively parent your child or teen, usually focused on a particular issue or challenge. Topics may include co-parenting disagreements, setting and keeping effective limits, managing phones and screen time, parenting a child with strong emotions, difficult behaviors at home or school, homework or school refusal, an upcoming divorce, transition to middle or high school, and more. 

We'll meet for 60 or 90 minutes, one-time or more frequently, depending on your needs. Coaching sessions are a high-octane combination of therapy and teaching, always focused on creating a specific plan to address your goals.

SPACE Program

(Supportive Parenting for Anxious

Childhood Emotions)

​As part of my parent coaching, I offer a short-term, evidence-based treatment program called SPACE. This was developed at Yale University, specifically for parents of anxious children, teens and young adults. Parents learn skills and tools to help their child manage their anxiety, and to reduce the accommodations they have been making to their child's symptoms. In most cases, the child or young adult does not attend sessions.  


While this is appropriate for parents of all anxious children and young adults, it is particularly geared towards parents of younger children, for whom talk therapy may not be very effective, and for parents of anxious children who refuse to go to therapy. It is also effective for parents of young adults who have "failed to launch" due to anxiety.   

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