I have lived and worked in the Madison area for more than 30 years and have over 25 years of professional experience providing direct service to a variety of clients in diverse settings.
In addition to maintaining a private psychotherapy practice for 20 years, I also work with individuals living with a cancer diagnosis and their families and support systems by serving as an advocate, resource and educator. In addition, I serve as a community educator, providing trauma-informed training to myriad professionals in the health community.
For over two decades, I have provided clinical supervision and consultation to interns and new professionals in the field. I remain a strong supporter and advocate of the social work profession and maintain a membership in the National Association of Social Workers.
I hold both a Masters of Science degree in Social Work and a Bachelors of Science degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with a concentration in community health.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Wisconsin (#7476-123).
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I am available as a subject matter expert in the following areas: relationships, family systems, life stage transitions, counseling and therapy, parenting, conflict resolution, caregiving, coping and communication strategies. Feel free to contact me for editorial support or for more information.