"In a recent groundbreaking article 'Into the Wild: Working with Preverbal Experiences in a Group,' Jordan Price (2017) eloquently describes how group regressions provide a therapeutic context in which the leader acts as a guide into the group’s exploration of unconscious attachment experiences." Allan N. Schore, Ph.D., Author of Right Brain Psychotherapy and The Development of the Unconscious Mind.
I have always been interested in people and how they relate to themselves and the world. I am fascinated by the way our lives are formed and moved in the collision of biology, early life experiences, culture, and the present time and space in which we exist. My love of music and the outdoors contributes vitality to this curiosity. Being a therapist allows me to help people find words for their emotional experiences, and then use that language to form deeper and more connected relationships.
I have worked in a variety of clinical settings which has enriched my ability to be with people. In addition to my clinical work, I love teaching, speaking and writing. These pursuits help me stay current and continue to grow.
“There's a crack in everthing. That's how the light gets in."
Faculty Member - Center for Group Studies in New York City
Certified Group Psychotherapist
by the National Registry of Certified Group Psychotherapists
Into the Wild: Working With Preverbal Experiences in Group
this paper is published in the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 2018
The Culture of Group Resistance. The Voice
Money Talks. The Voice