About My Practice
Greetings. I’m a pediatric and adult psychiatrist and I serve on the Adjunct Clinical Faculty at Stanford University. I was a psychology major at Duke University for undergraduate, then attended University of Virginia for medical school, then did my adult psychiatry residency at Stanford, followed by a two year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Stanford.
In 2008, I was fortunate to have received the Gold Humanism Award for Humanism and Excellence in Teaching. I enjoy doing several types of therapy, particularly T.E.A.M. therapy, with teenagers, children, adults, and families. I also enjoy teaching and supervising medical students, residents, and therapists. I have been attending the Tuesday evening group with Dr. David Burns since 2007 and received weekly individual supervision from Dr. Burns for one year. I currently teach in the Tuesday evening group two weeks per month and the Thursday evening group monthly.
I am currently accepting a limited number of new patients and supervisees.