I am a certified Jungian Psychoanalyst trained in London, England and have been practicing depth psychotherapy and Jungian analysis in both London and the USA for well over 18 years. I am certified as an adult analyst as well as a child psychoanalyst and am a professional member of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, the Association of Jungian Analysts (AJA) in London and the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). I serve on the teaching faculty of both the child and adult training programs at the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco. I am also Assistant Editor of Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche.

Prior to my training as a Jungian Analyst, I received degrees in occupational therapy and psychology and pursued postgraduate training at the Tavistock Clinic (London), the Institute of Group Analysis (London), The Institute of Dramatherapy at Hertfordshire College of Art and Design, the Bobath Centre (London) and the Peto Institute (Budapest, Hungary).

My professional life began as a pediatric occupational therapist at a children's hospital in Chicago, and then as coordinator of an interdisciplinary team working with children and teens with traumatic spinal cord injuries.

In London, I held the position of Head Paediatric Occupational Therapist for a large London health authority where I oversaw the assessment and treatment of children 0-21 years of age in hospitals, clinics, child development centers and schools.

In my private psychotherapy practice, I have the opportunity to work with adults, adolescents and children for Jungian analysis and depth psychotherapy. Additionally, I consult to school programs for children with autism and to a state agency providing services for infants and toddlers at risk for autism spectrum disorders or other developmental disabilities. One area of special interest is infant parent work and the early detection and treatment of infants at risk for an autistic spectrum disorder. Other special interests include the overlap between spiritual practice and depth psychotherapy and the relationships between home, landscape and psyche.