I recently graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in neuroscience, concentrating in human behavior and cognition. I began an internship at Afg under Dr. Labkovsky during my senior year of college, and am thrilled to work with her during my gap years before pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology.
Aside from my work at AFG, I am a behavior technician working with children on the autism spectrum, applying principles of behaviorism to guide social and self-help skill acquisition. I am also a research assistant for the Center for Community Research at DePaul University where I study neurocognitive symptomatology in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
My clinical and research experiences make me a dynamic member of the neurobehavioral therapy team where I provide supportive, innovative, and effective therapy to my clients.