Serving Texans Since 2003
I am a member of the Texas Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association. As a clinical psychologist in the state of Texas, I provide a wide variety of clinical and forensic services.
Growing up in Fort Worth, in a bilingual family gave me deep roots in North Texas. It is a pleasure to work with so many people from all over this cultural, historical and growing area that I call home.
After high school, I went to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. I was captain of the Field Hockey Team senior year. Later, I attended Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio for my Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology.
During my graduate studies, I assisted in the development of Ohio's first Women's Sex Offender's Program, worked at the Ohio Reformatory for Women, led Batterer Intervention Programs, Cancer Support Groups and provided support to individuals/families infected with HIV/AIDS. My residency was spent at the Federal Bureau of Prisons, (maximum penitentiary) in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2003, I returned to Ft. Worth and opened my private practice. I make efforts to have compassion and understanding with all those I serve.
When not at work, I spend time with my family. My husband and I raised three fantastic boys. My family is my pride and joy! We enjoy our animals, spending time on the water, listening to live music and trying new foods.
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