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Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in individual and couples therapy, as well as offering psychological and educational assessments.  

I earned my PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Virginia Consortium Program, which is a collaborative program between Eastern Virginia Medical School, Old Dominion University, and Norfolk State University. Throughout my training and practice I have gathered experience in a wide variety of clinical settings.

My work with couples comes mainly from an Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) perspective, which is designed to help people communicate at a deeper emotional attachment level. When working with romantic partners, I ask the couple to fight as a team to improve and maintain the relationship, as opposed to providing guidance as to whether a couple should remain together or walking through how a separation will be least hurtful.

My individual therapy approach pulls from a number of approaches, mainly utilizing
perspectives from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), and Existential Therapies. I see the overarching goal in therapy as being to guide you in developing a deeper and more meaningful connection with yourself, and working together to direct that authenticity outwards to connect purposefully with those around you.

I am a follower of Jesus, a father of three and an avid lover of sports, film, and literature. I've been in the Charlottesville area for more than three years, and have found much to enjoy about the area and culture here.


- Salem Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center Psychology Internship Program  2019-2020

- PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Virginia Consortium Program 2020

- MA in Psychology from Boston University 2014

- BS in Psychology, minors in Sociology and Film Studies from University of Georgia 2008

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