I am an experienced psychotherapist (LCSW) offering virtual psychotherapy sessions in both Illinois and California. Before COVID-19, I had a physical office in Evanston, IL. I hope to reopen an office in Evanston when things are safe again, but even after I do I will maintain a virtual practice. Because I am licensed in both California and I am able to see clients virtually anywhere in either of those states.
My work is a unique blend of pragmatism, cultivation of self-understanding, self-compassion, mindfulness and skill building focused on cultivating emotional intelligence. My areas of expertise are self-growth, relationships, parenting, family Issues, difficult emotions (anger, anxiety, depression and grief) and life transitions. In addition, I specialize in divorced co-parenting. I offer online classes and in-person workshops and authored the book “An Unexpected Journey: The Road to Power and Wisdom in Divorced Co-Parenting.
Create a HAPPY FAMILY
no matter how difficult your co-parent is!
Free yourself from the influences that
keep you powerless and unhappy.
Resources for Therapists, Mediators and Attorneys
Online CEUS for LCSWs, LMFTs, LCPCs
Learn unique clinical approaches to offering help to divorced co-parents. Approved by NASW for 6 CEUs
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The Must-Read Book for Every Co-Parent!
Dive into the real issues that face the challenging task of parenting after divorce in this book that provides invaluable help for divorced co-parents. Learn why we often inadvertently work against our own best interests and those of our children. Gain tools to move out of difficult emotional states and into a place of clarity, power and wisdom.
“Divorce is difficult and complicated. This book opened my eyes to some things I’ve been doing that hasn’t been helpful to me or my child.”
Co-Parenting Tips and Advice
From the Blog
"My co-parent badmouths me to my children!" Knowing that your co-parent is badmouthing you is terrible! It is deeply distressing, anger provoking and just plain scary to feel like your co-parent is trying to turn your children against you. Co-parents can...
One of the most difficult realities of divorced co-parenting is dividing up holidays. Being away from children on a holiday can feel intensely empty and debilitatingly sad. Many of us have divorced families in our extended families. I write this for...
It is very common for co-parents to feel disrespected by their co-parents. Co-parents complain that their co-parents think they’re too strict, too lenient, too cheap, too extravagant, too nurturing or not nurturing enough. Their co-parents don’t like who...