About My Practice


Online Schedule Access

If you are an existing patient and would like to manage your appointments, you can do so below:

Please note, you must be an active patient for on-line scheduling capabilities  If you are not an active patient, you will be able to view my calendar, but will not be able to schedule an appointment. 

Hello and welcome to my website!  On it you will find information about me,  services provided, directions to my office, ways to contact me, and my fee schedule.  Although there are many important aspects about my practice on this website, never hesitate to contact me so that we can discuss in person your individual needs.

I am a licensed clinical psychologist who focuses on providing evidence based treatment services to children, adolescents, adults and families.   I am trained in behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapy and work with my clients to develop the skills that will assist them in decreasing distress and help them in reaching their potential. I incorporate practical techniques and interventions with my clients and strive to keep my work time limited so people can get on with their lives.  

My office is conveniently located in Mt. Pleasant, just over Shem Creek off of Coleman Boulevard.  It is a brick house converted to an office and has a cozy and quaint feel to it.  Although I like to think that my presence is what keeps my clients returning, I think that my office mascot, Oso, plays a large role! Scroll to the bottom of the website to peak into his life.  

 I graduated with my doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1997. After completing my internship year at the Medical University of South Carolina, I completed a National Institute of Mental Health funded post-doctoral fellowship at the National Crime Victims Center at MUSC.  Subsequently, I was a faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry at MUSC where I conducted research and directed a summer camp for children with ADHD and associated difficulties.  Although I remain as an adjunct faculty member at MUSC, in 2000 I left my full time position to enter into private practice.