About Me

I am a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University’s School of Medicine, where I provide training on evidence-based psychotherapy to postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and psychiatry residents. I currently teach a course called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Mood Disorders to PsyD graduate students at Stanford. My work also includes presenting training seminars and workshops on stress and anxiety.

My research within the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Stanford aims to improve the current treatments for anxiety and related disorders. This is funded by a NARSAD Grant from the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. The book chapters and research articles that I have authored discuss topics such as how anxiety and worry are maintained over time, and how we can work with this knowledge.

Overall, my roles in training other healthcare professionals and research inform what I can offer to clients in a therapy or consultation context.