I joined Seton Hall in 2017 after nearly a decade of clinical practice with the US Department of Veteran's Affairs. My clinical background is in Geropsychology, which includes geriatric cognitive/neuropsychological assessment, palliative care, and hospice.
Teaching has long been part of my professional life both in classroom and non-classroom settings. I thoroughly enjoyed clinical training with doctoral students, interns, postdocs, medical students, and residents, in addition to the many undergrad classes I've taught over the years.
At Seton Hall my position is focused on teaching and I teach a range of courses covering areas in social and personality psychology, mental health, statistics, measurement, behavior modification, and aging. My style is to be as experiential and applied as possible when translating psychological research to real world experiences.
Outside of teaching my interests lie in nature and photography.
- Ph.D. University at Albany, State University of New York
- 2019 Faculty Innovation Grant (creating a web-based learning activity for statistics).
- 2019 Online Teaching Certificate, Seton Hall University.
- 2018 Golden Brain Award for teaching awarded by psychology students.