Helping people improve their lives has always been my passion. I think the work of a clinician is important, useful, and meaningful. I have dedicated my life to becoming a sound clinician, and I would like to make a difference in this world. For a long time, I thought helping one person at a time was my humble way to contribute to the greater goodness of the world. As I gained skills and knowledge, I realized that was not enough: I learned that helping others become excellent clinicians would be a better method in increasing care in the world.
My goal at Adler is to help students become competent, responsible, thoughtful, and clinically sound clinicians. I am deeply dedicated to the development of my students.