I am a licensed Psychologist practicing in Morristown, NJ and via telehealth. I have been in practice since 2006, providing a number of specialized therapeutic services to those dealing with challenging life experiences and medical issues. I have advanced training in cognitive behavioral psychotherapy (CBT) and have a special interest in treating individuals with depression, anxiety and chronic pain. For more on my bio please click here:
I received my Doctorate in clinical psychology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and then completed my clinical internship at UMDNJ-NJ Medical School. During the early part of my career I had worked as a researcher and faculty member at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation and New Jersey Medical School. Some of the areas of research I was involved in include the use of complementary and alternative therapies to treat neurological disorders, the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating depression and pain in individuals with spinal cord injuries, and understanding the relationship between fibromyalgia and depression. I have also periodically been involved in teaching medical students, psychiatry residents and psychology interns at the NJ Medical School.
I am a member of the American Psychological Association and the New Jersey Psychological Association. I have published numerous articles and presented at seminars and conferences on several topics related to psychological treatment, stress, chronic pain and depression.
On a personal note, I have lived in NJ for the past 23 years. When I am not at my office, I like to spend my time with family and friends, hiking, traveling, volunteering and dabbling with photography. All of the nature pictures on this website were captured by me during my travels.
Credit for the picture above goes to Jay Seth Photography.