I have been a professor at the Smith College School for Social Work for 36 years where I co directed the doctoral program, chaired the theory sequence and directed the end of life certificate program. I have been in practice for over 40 years. I have written books about psychodynamic theory and practice with multicultural and at risk populations, and this is an expertise. I am deeply committed to vulnerable populations and to offering help to immigrant populations. Currently I am in full time practice, teach at the Truth School, at the Institute for Clinical Social Work and at the Training Institute in NYC
Advanced conversational Spanish
Spanish, not fluent but highly proficient
Some Spanish but not fully fluent
conversant in Spanish, but I don’t do therapy solely in Spanish.
Some Spanish (but not clinical-level proficiency)