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I've been practicing therapy for over 10 years and practicing at being a human for many more. I'm originally from New Jersey, but moved to San Francisco in the 90s and Los Angeles in the 2000's. My wife and I moved to Chico CA after a short spell in Utah and are now very happy to call this town home. 

Previous to becoming a therapist I spent roughly 20 years as a professional musician and toured all over the world playing drums in a number of bands. I've often joked that I have many years of experience working with anxiety, depression, addiction, and narcissism....and then I left the music business. I believe that my unique life experience has helped me to become a better therapist and genuinely appreciate the lives and struggles of my patients. 



I have been in private practice since November of 2018. Previous to opening my own practice I had worked at Nysa Therapy in Chico, CA, Butte County Behavioral Health in Oroville, CA and Weber Human Services in Ogden, UT. 

  • Utah State University, Logan UT

    • Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy: 2014

  • William Paterson University, Wayne NJ

    • Bachelors of Arts in Communication: 1989​

  • California License #: LMFT 102162 

  • Member of California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

  • Member of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy

  • Trained in EMDR

  • Adults, Young Adults, & Adolescents

  • Individuals, Couples, & Families

  • Personality Disorders

  • Depression

  • Anxiety 

  • Life Transitions

  • From the July 2020 edition of Chico News & Review, I discuss how the coronavirus has moved therapy from the office to the computer and the unique challenges that that presents.

  • Check it out here.



I appreciate how difficult it can be to reach out for help. Get in touch and I'll do my best to make this first step is as painless as possible.





2535 Ceanothus Avenue, #126

Chico, CA 95973

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