My approach to healing is an integrated one, as I consider the biological, psychological, and social factors that may affect the sufferings clients bring to me. My interventions vary accordingly and can include individual therapy with a specialty in dream work and supportive/expressive psychodynamic therapy. Medication interventions and management are also used when felt appropriate.
I did my residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin and I am board certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. I also received advanced training in Jungian Psychotherapy at the Chicago Jung Institute and am a diplomate of the School of Process Oriented Psychology in Portland, Oregon.
Book published in 2018:
Other articles written:
- Mad in America: While Psychiatry Slept: Part I
- Mad in America: While Psychiatry Slept: Part II
- Psychiatric Times: Julia and the Little Shoots
- “Jung’s Lament”, Psychological Perspectives, Issue 3, 2016, CG Jung Institute of Los Angeles
- “Al de Half’s Separate Reality: Thoughts on Methods of Treatment in Acute Psychosis”
- “A Night in Jung’s Alembic”, The Journal of Process Oriented Psychology Winter 2001, Volume 8, Number 2, Lao Tse Press, Portland, OR
- “Salome and The Storytelling Mind”, Voyages in Psychotherapy, an Online Journal, Issue 2, Summer 2014