My clinical training includes working with underprivileged populations in community mental health, veterans at the VA, and performing clinical research and neuropsychological assessments at Stanford University. I completed my predoctoral internship at UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services and postdoctoral work at Notre Dame de Namur University Counseling Center.
Prior to entering the field of Psychology, I obtained a BA in Sociology from McGill University in Montreal. It was in my final year there that I discovered my interest in human behavior and desire to help individuals make sense of the ways in which their personalities, life experiences, and relationships with others influence their behaviors and understanding of themselves. This motivated me to pursue another undergraduate degree in Psychology from York University in Toronto, and then fulfill my dream of moving out to California for graduate school, where I attended the PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium and received my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.
When I have spare time, I love traveling, spending time outdoors, and indulging my sweet tooth.