My background includes graduate training from UC Berkeley and post-doctoral training from UCSF Pediatrics/Adolescent Medicine and Kaiser Psychiatry. I have served as clinical faculty in UC Berkeley's School Psychology doctoral program for over 10 years. I provide neuropsychological assessment for ages 5 to adult, including forensic evaluations. With over 20 years clinical experience, I offer recommendations for accommodations and interventions to address learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavioral and emotional difficulties, substance abuse, and other issues. I also offer parent consultation services, adult and child psychotherapy, and academic coaching to improve achievement motivation, executive functioning skills, test taking and study skills.
I often help clients document learning disabilities and secure accommodations in college/graduate school and on entrance/licensing exams. As a credentialed school psychologist with extensive school experience, I am able to provide consultation to parents on navigating the IEP process in schools and offer practical recommendations for teachers.
I am happy to provide a free phone consultation to determine if my services are right for you. To learn more about my training and experience, you may view my websites at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Education and Piedmont High School's Wellness Center.