I received my Bachelor of Science (BS) from the University of Scranton in 1995. Yes, I was there long before the TV show, "The Office," popularized it!
I was fortunate to have a very positive college experience while at Scranton. Academically, I was able to work closely with great psychologists such as John Norcross, Ph.D. and David Renjilian, Ph.D. Both had a profound impact on me as a professional and person.
I earned a Master's (MA) in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1998. During this time I was deeply exposed to Existential and Psychodynamic theory, as well as psychological testing. I was again thankful to have mentors like Herbert Potash, Ph.D. and John Duryee, Ph.D.
I earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2002. Once again, I was fortunate to be mentored by supervisors such as Robert McGrath, Ph.D., Neil Massoth, Ph.D., and Lana Tiersky, Ph.D. During this time I rounded out my professional identity and continued to refine my psychotherapy skills (which like everything else is an ongoing process!).