As a long-time feminist social psychologist (PhD, Social Psychology, 2004) and a newly trained existential psychotherapist, my therapeutic practice is humanistic, existential, and feminist, grounded by a social psychological perspective on human beings as situated within their social worlds. I seek to engage in therapy that is collaborative, respectful, and caring. I explore the past with patients to examine the ways that previous life experiences, particularly with one’s family of origin, influence us as adults in how we perceive, interpret, and interact with others in our current lives. Dreams, slips and foibles, and whatever it is that you find funny will also be grist for the mill. I am known to have a hearty laugh.