Student Psychotherapist, George Mason University Center for Psychological Services
At the George Mason University Center for Psychological Services, I provide weekly individal therapy sessions using Cognitive Behavioral Therpay to a diverse range of clients presenting with a variety of psychopathology. I also atttend weekly one-on-one supervision sessions with supervisors John Riskind, Ph.D. and Jim Maddux, Ph.D.
Weekend For Improving Social Effectiveness
The W.I.S.E. (Weekend for Improving Social Effectiveness) program is an intensive weekend targeted to enhance social skills in a difficult population. Held over a two-day period at a camp in Bucks County, we use a token economy and small social skills groups. As a counselor at the W.I.S.E. program, I'm responsible for supervising 4 campers who have a variety of Autism-spectrum and other behavioral disorders. These disorders included ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and childhood-onset Bipolar Disorder. This program is directed by Dr. Michael C. Selbst, associate director of Behavior Therapy Associates, P.A.
Through the George Mason University Center for Psychological Services, and the George Mason University Cognitive Assessment Program I conduct intellectual assessments for children applying to the Gifted and Talent Program and adult comprehensive assessments.