Madison psychologist and practice manager
I am happy to meet new mediation, collaborative divorce or co-parenting clients, but I am unable to start working with any new therapy clients at this time. Please be in touch with Amy Everson, our new client coordinator. She will match you with right therapist for you.
The quality of care you receive here at Westside is my first priority. As manager of the practice, I proudlysupport my team of fantastic therapists in offering expert services to those in need in our community. I pride myself on our expert clinicians, and high quality customer service, and am deeply committed to a constant effort to refine and improve on all our practices. I am always happy to hear from you about what worked well, and what could be improved.
Background & Approach
My own therapy hours are very limited, but in my work, I strive to foster an interactive relationship geared toward helping you develop your own internal resources and capabilities so that you leave with new skills for dealing with your struggles. Becoming more conscious of your patterns, and learning how to create opportunities to make different choices in a more mindful way gives rise to a more positive sense of yourself and your power to influence your experience of life. I have practiced as a Madison psychologist for over 20 years, working with adults, adolescents, children, individuals, and couples. Most of my clinical work now focuses on Divorce Mediation, Co-parenting Counseling, and Collaborative Divorce.
I am trained in the Collaborative Divorce process, within which I am available to serve as Divorce Coach or Child Specialist. As a Certified Mediator, I work to resolve all manner of differences through a facilitative process including divorce mediation and post-settlement agreements.
Couples and Individuals
Mediation, Collaborative Divorce
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday through Thursday
Wesleyan University, BA
Goucher College, MA
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Ph.D.