I am a licensed psychologist providing telehealth services, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I completed my doctoral studies at Marquette University, my internship at Cherokee Health Systems in Knoxville, Tennessee, and my postgraduate training in Buffalo, New York. I’m licensed in Wisconsin, Illinois, and New York. Through PSYPACT, I’m able to provide telehealth services to people residing in 35+ other states.

I work with adults, primarily ages 20+. My specialties include neurodiversity, adult ADHD/Autism, depression, anxiety, and life transitions. I enjoy helping people as they navigate life’s many changes, such as graduations, relocation, marriage/divorce, parenthood, career changes, launching adult children, grief/loss, and retirement. 

At this time, I do not perform ADHD or Autism evaluations. I am happy to talk with you about the decision to seek a formal diagnosis. I work with adults who are self-diagnosed, formally diagnosed, or simply curious about neurodivergence. Common issues that we work on are identity, self-acceptance, dealing with meltdowns/shutdowns/burnout, job/career issues, relationship/social/communication issues, and masking.

I also have an interest in working with individuals in academia, from grad students through emeritus professors. Some of the unique stressors in academia that can lead to stress, depression, or anxiety include applying for tenure, balancing teaching-research-service requirements, finishing a thesis/dissertation, department interpersonal issues, and dealing with imposter syndrome.

Outside of work, I am a married mother of three. I enjoy visiting museums, attending theater performances, and reading classic literature.

Practice Model

In my practice, all sessions are conducted via telehealth. I use a secure online platform called SimplePractice, a HIPAA-compliant electronic health record and telehealth service. At this time, I only provide individual psychotherapy.

I see clients for both short-term and long-term therapy. Most people start out with weekly or biweekly visits. Once we see symptoms improving or behavior changes becoming consistent, we may move to monthly appointments. We may choose to end therapy if the client feels that regularly scheduled sessions are no longer necessary. I always welcome my clients to reach out in the future if new concerns arise. 


Therapeutic Approach

My goal as a psychologist is to be warm, supportive, and accepting. A strong working alliance between client and therapist is linked to success in therapy, and I really find it is helpful to take time to foster that relationship from the beginning. 

I am primarily influenced by humanistic approaches to psychotherapy, in particular person-centered therapy. I may use elements of CBT, but I’ve found that cognitive and behavioral strategies sometimes need modification to meet the needs of neurodiverse individuals. I utilize some mindfulness techniques as well.



  • 2010 – PhD, Marquette University, Counseling Psychology
  • 2003 – MA, Marquette University, Community Counseling
  • 2000 – BA, Marquette University, Psychology


  • Wisconsin – 2015 to present
  • Illinois – 2012 to present
  • New York – 2012 to present