I obtained my doctoral degree at the California School of Professional Psychology and completed my postdoctoral fellowship at WestCoast Children's Clinic in Oakland, CA. In my training, I learned psychological and neuropsychological assessment. After training, I continued my work in both therapy and assessment as an associate professor at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University (ASPP) until 2018. I am currently and adjunct faculty member at NYU and CSPP. I also have a private practice in Alameda, CA where I see a range of people from adults to infants and their parents for both therapy and psychological and neuropsychological assessment. I practice from a collaborative approach in both my assessment and therapy work, helping people achieve their goals to understand themselves and their difficulties better as well as take on finding new approaches to address these difficulties. I specialize in assessments for learning disabilities and ADHD in both children and adults as well as assessments to understand social difficulties.