Taught full-time and currently teach part-time at Rutgers University Graduate School of Education (School Counselor and Counseling Psych Programs).
PhD in Couneling Psychology - Seton Hall University - 1996
Dissertation: Spiritual Well-Being and Psychological Adjustment in Recovering Bulimic Women.
M.A. Counseling, New York University, 1982.
Certified in EMDR
Special Trainings in: Internal Family Systems (IFS)
Evolving Thought Field Therapy (EvTFT)
Previous Relevant Employment:
Seton Hall University Counseling Services:
14 years employment / 9 as Associate Director
Worked in: Drug and Alcohol, Eating Disordered, Women's Center
Previous Advisory Board: Women's Resource Center - Summit, NJ
EMDR (Eye Movment Desensitization Reprocessing) is a therapeutic technique which utilizes very suble left brain/right brain scans to process painful memories that still are experienced as intrusive in one's daily functioning. These memories can be from a car accident last week to a sexual violation ten years ago.