"The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are" -Joseph Campbell
I am a psychotherapist, artist, and creative process facilitator, residing in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
I teach gestalt therapy and creative process workshops in the US and abroad, and am a faculty member at The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, where I co-chair The Gestalt Training Program and facilitate workshops.
I work within a relational context to support my clients in their unique process of awareness and growth, and partner with them to explore their lively and authentic selves, and to live in to their fullest potential.
In the studio I like to draw, paint, and play with two dimensional multi-media. Dreaming, traveling, and color have always been inspirations to me.
I received a BFA degree in 1987 from Denison University as a Vail Arts Scholar, and a Master's degree (MSSA) in 2007 from The Mandel School of Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University.
I enjoy painting, walking on the beach, film, traveling, and being with my friends + family, and my dogs Mabel and Olive.