Psychotherapist. Triathlete. Writer. Travel and wine enthusiast. Born, raised and educated in New York City. I currently run a therapy practice in Sacramento, California. I help business owners work through disagreements, teach them how to adapt to changes so they can keep their businesses going and thriving in this new economy.
Passions: traveling, live music, dining out, skiing, shoes, watching sports, time with friends, technology, writing, reading, throwing ideas around and asking questions. I am a triathlete and runner because I don’t think sitting on your butt all day is good for you. I’ve seen Elvis Costello in concert nine times.
My biggest interest is in business and entrepreneurialism: specifically how to use business and capitalism to actually make the world better.
I’ve been living in Sacramento with my husband and dog for nearly 13 years. These days, in addition to my work as a therapist, I have gone back to my “roots” as a journalist and work as a freelance writer on small business in Sacramento for examiner.com. I am also a contributing writer for The Possibility Place.
I also host a weekly podcast with my friend and colleague, Jerry Kennedy, called The Powder Keg of Awesome. We decided to do this podcast when we realized that the key to making stuff go is to just start.
I found that I just love helping business owners adjust to massive changes in their work and industries, as well as helping them overcome the arguing and deadlocking that destroys businesses. So now, I use my skills as a psychotherapist to make this happen.