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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) is an evidenced-based approach that uses bilateral stimulation to help desensitize trauma memories or triggers. This type of therapy has been proven to “help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression and panic disorders,” according to the EMDR International Association. EMDR differs from talk therapy in that it does not require you to talk extensively about the traumatic events, but rather focuses on changing the thoughts, feelings or behaviors resulting from the distressing issue, and it can be completed in fewer sessions that other psychotherapies. EMDR can be conducted through virtual sessions. I am trained in EMDR and currently pursuing additional training and consultation for EMDR certification, which is recognized through EMDR’s International Association (EMDRIA). I am also trained in EMDR Flash, which is a short-term evidence-based technique that is very effective in dealing with phobias, fears, and single-incident traumas. EMDR Flash may also be used in conjunction with EMDR and other approaches.


I enjoy working with parents who may be struggling with family conflicts (divorce) or a child’s mental health or behavioral issues (depression, ADHD, developmental issues) that may be impacting their relationship with their child. These sessions will focus on behavioral strategies, psychoeducation about mental health issues, building better communication skills and support around managing the stress of parenthood.


Clinical supervision is a vital part of growing as a clinician and it is important to have a mentor in the field. In supervision sessions we may discuss theory, clinical cases, process transference/countertransference, and how to manage self-care to prevent burnout or vicarious trauma. I am a board-approved supervisor in the state of Maryland.



Currently I am in network with and Cigna Evernorth and Optum Medicaid in the state of Maryland. Before starting sessions I will check your insurance
benefits and strongly encourage you to call your insurance company to see what mental health benefits are covered (deductibles, copays, and in- and
out-of-network benefits). If your insurance denies a claim for any reason, you
will be responsible for the cost of the reimbursed rate for service. For any
other insurances, I am considered an out-of-network provider.



Initial diagnostic evaluation – $165

55-minute individual session – $150

45-minute individual session – $130

45-minute family/parent session – $130


Clinical Supervision

I provide individual clinical supervision for licensed graduate social workers in the state of Maryland. My fee for supervision is $120/hour. 


Cancellation policy:

If you are unable to attend a session, please make sure to let me know at least 24 hours in advance. Otherwise, you may be charged a cancellation fee of $75.


Good Faith Estimates:

You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate”.