I am a sex therapist and educator based in the New York metropolitan area. Formally trained in human sexuality, my passion for the field is rooted in my belief that all human beings should understand what healthy sex is, regardless of culture, body or ability. My particular areas of expertise focus on: desire in long-term relationships, the intersection of technology and sexuality and its affect on individuals and couples, body image and its influence on sexuality, sexuality for people of all abilities, the imprint of the past on single people in America, marriage from antiquity to present day and modern (online) dating .
I am a second year Masters of Social Work (MSW) student at New York University where I continue to expand on my sexuality education using a clinical approach. As part of my MSW requirements, I work at Wiser Sex Therapy Associates as a clinical intern. I provides individual, couples and sex therapy.
I have guest taught human sexuality at several universities including Montclair State, Kean University, and Borough of Manhattan Community College. In 2016, I was a teaching assistant at William Paterson University.
I attend Widener University’s Center for Human Sexuality Studies where I am a doctoral candidate. My dissertation research focuses on perceptions of "successful" online daters who have switched from online to Face-to-Face communication and formed a subsequent long-term romantic relationship.