I did my residency in general psychiatry at the Brown University Medical School and my fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the Harvard University School of Medicine.
I have expertise in combining my skills in pediatric psychopharmacology with an extensive knowledge in child and adolescent development, biology, psychology, and social and family relations. This comprehensive treatment mode is rooted in the idea that the better that one understands the problem the better that one's solution will be.
Under my care each child or adolescent receives treatment that addresses their individual psychiatric, psychological, and family needs. I take the time to help my patients and their families to understand the psychological, social, and biological factors
causing their problems. I offer psychiatric treatments, psychotherapy, and parent counseling that are effective to help children and teens to thrive as they grow.