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About Me

I feel honored when a client comes into my office because I know that client is entrusting me with information that is not usually shared with others. I respect my clients and the effort they make to improve their lives, or the lives of their loved ones. I make every effort to help people along the way who are looking to improve the sweetness of their lives, or to get some relief and feel less burdened by their past or a situation they are dealing with now.

As an educator and therapist, I see the value in teaching and offering practical information along with listening. My job is not to judge. I want you to feel heard, and understood. People do what they do for a reason. It it’s something you want to change, let’s look at it together so you understand why you’re doing it and how to start to change it. I want to help you get what you are hoping for, and where you want to go in your life.

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Credentials

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, 1991. (MFT28267)
Credentialed Teacher in General and Special Education, 1987

Education

USC, 1987-1989
– Masters of Education in Counseling Psychology
– Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy

Boston University, 1983-1987
– Bachelor of Science in General and Special Education
– Teaching Credentials

University of Liverpool, 1985
– Department of Education
– Cross-Cultural Education

Professional Background

Established private practice in Encino, CA
1991

Consultant at the Freedom of Mind Resource Center
2012 to present

Clinician at The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, New York
1994-2001

Fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
1993

Clinician at The Cult Clinic of Los Angeles, at Jewish Family Service
1991-1993

Associations

Clinical Member of the American Board of Marriage and Family Therapists

Member of the California Board of Marriage and Family Therapists

Licensed with the Board of Behavioral Sciences

Involved with the International Cultic Studies Association, The Solar Cooker Project of Jewish World Watch, The National Association for the Education of Young Children, Doctors Without Borders, The Southern Poverty Law Center, ASPCA.

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