I completed my clinical internship at the University of North Carolina Medical School in the Eating Disorders Program, where I was a therapist for outpatient, partial hospitalization, and inpatient clients with eating disorders. Before my clinical internship, I was a therapist at the Washington University Psychological Service Center (WUPSC) from 2009-2013. I also previously served as the Clinical Assistant to the Director of the WUPSC.
I have provided clinical supervision to graduate students and community practitioners. I specialize in supervision of empirically-based treatments for anxiety, eating, and related disorders, especially exposure therapy.
From May 2012-January 2013 I completed a practicum at McCallum Place/Webster Wellness Eating Disorder Treatment Program. Currently, I am conducting a research trial at McCallum. As a practicum therapsist, at McCallum Place I co-led the Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group for Eating Disorders and the Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy for Eating Disorders. I also assisted with family day, the interpersonal effectiveness skills group, and other groups held for inpatients with eating disorders.
From August 2012-May 2012 I worked at the St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute (SLBMI) that specializes in treating anxiety disorders. At SLBMI I treated patients with social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, borderline personality disorder, and major depressive disorder. I also helped with the adult social anxiety disorder group and child anxiety group offered at SLBMI.
I have also trained at the Washington University Student Health Services Counseling Center where I treated students with a wide range of mental health issues.
For more information on the services offered at the WUPSC, SLBMI, or McCallum Place, please see the below websites.