Conditions Treated

My Specialties

Common Issues & Treatments

Conditions NOT Treated

A major ethical principle that psychologists abide by is to practice within our “boundaries of competence,” which means that we provide treatment for clients based on our “education, training, supervised experience, consultation, study, or professional experience” (APA, 2017). Maintaining boundaries of competence ensures that clients will receive services from a provider familiar with their types of symptoms and knowledgeable about best practices for specific treatments. While I, like most psychologists, have “generalist” skills, certain potential clients may have presenting symptoms or concerns that fall outside of my scope of practice.

If you are seeking treatment for any of the following as primary concerns, you will likely be referred to providers with more specialized training and expertise.