I am a clinical psychologist in private practice at White Pine Behavioral Health in Portland, Maine. Prior to establishing my independent practice, I worked as a staff psychologist at the Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System in Boston. I specialize in addictions, trauma, and health psychology, and in specific approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based psychotherapies, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
I was introduced to ACT during a day-long training with Steven Hayes in 1999. I have since attended many trainings including one-day workshops with Kelly Wilson and Kevin Polk, a two-day experiential training with Steven Hayes, and many workshops at ACBS world conferences in Philadelphia, London, Chicago, Reno, Washington, DC, and Minneapolis. I have been presenting on ACT since 2005 and have given numerous ACT workshops for healthcare professionals around New England. I currently offer groups, classes and workshops through my training organization, the White Pine Institute, also in Portland. I currently participate in the ACT Peer Consultation Group and lead an ACT Study Group, both in Portland.