609) 225-9641 [email protected]


The perfect is the enemy of the good.  -Voltaire

Working with your anxiety

Anxiety can have a myriad of causes; it can also have a myriad of solutions. I work with a variety of techniques, including mindfulness, CBT, REBT, exposure therapy, humanistic, and developmental approaches to help you understand and confront your fears and anxieties so that you can live a more robust life, spending less time sweating the small (and big) stuff. I keep you informed along the way and help you understand the approaches I take, as anxiety can feel very scary.  My first priority is to help you feel comfortable as we wade deeper into the discomfort.   


Get to the root of your anxiety


Learn new coping skills


Reduce your fears or worries

Normalize normal parts of the human experience.  

Get in touch with your core fears

Anxiety can be many things.  Learn about where your anxiety comes from, what you are afraid of, when did this start, and how can we create a new narrative together.

Learn new coping skills

Getting to the root of your anxiety can take time. Learn new coping skills while you develop new, lasting habits that help you manage your day-to-day stress.

Create a new habit

Mindfulness can be a useful tool to help you understand your current emotional state.  Often anxiety comes before we even know what we are actually feeling.  Learn how to be more in touch with your feelings to help you improve general wellbeing.

A word about trauma

If you have experienced trauma in your life, getting in touch with your feelings may feel scary, overwhelming, or impossible.  These approaches are trauma-informed, and you will always be the leader in your own therapy.  Let me guide you while helping you work with your trauma, not against it.

“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.”

– Fred Rogers

“No amount of anxiety can change the future. No amount of regret can change the past.”

Karen Salmansohn

“My anxiety doesn’t come from thinking about the future but from wanting to control it..”

– Hugh Prather

My Practice


101 E Main St, Ste 203
Moorestown, NJ 08057

2133 Arch Street, Ste 304
Philadelphia, PA 19103


Make an Appointment

Feel free to reach out with any questions or if you are ready to book now!