LCSW, License #69747

Psychotherapist specializing in infant/early childhood and maternal mental health



13001 Seal Beach Boulevard, #360

Seal Beach, CA 90740

(562) 304-5988

Whether you wish to work with me one-on-one or join in a safe, confidential group setting, you will find a warm, non-judgmental place to share your experience and cultivate a healthy parent-child relationship. I invite you to call today: 562-304-5988

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Whether you are pregnant, taking care of a newborn or doing all you can to support and nurture your young child, parenting can present many unexpected challenges. I am a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist who specializes in working with children ages six and under and their parents. With respect, compassion and skill, I can support your child’s development and long-term wellbeing, as well as your health. 

I specialize in Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Incredible Years Baby/Toddler, Parenting and School Aged Program and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Along with Parenting Support, I assist your child with emotional or behavioral difficulties with:

I offer counseling services for women and partners struggling with mood and anxiety difficulties during or after pregnancy. If you feel on edge, unhappy or disconnected from your child, I can offer the understanding and guidance you need to heal using Cognitive-Behavioral techniques.

No matter what you’re going though, you are not alone. By collaborating with your medical team and exploring a wide variety of solutions, it is possible to find the individualized treatment plan that can help you take care of yourself and your child.  

Depending on your particular needs and wishes, you can also take part in safe and supportive Group Therapy, such as a:


Upcoming Events

  • Pregnancy and Postpartum Support Group
  • Infant Massage Group 

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For more information, please call (562)-338-4712

  • Attachment
  • Socialization with peers
  • Intense and frequent temper tantrums
  • Attention and motor activity
  • Separation anxiety
  • Changes in the family, such as divorce
  • Grieving/loss of a parent/significant other
  • Family/Sibling conflict
  • Parent-child relationship
  • School Issues
  • Self Esteem
  • Trauma and PTSD