Cheryl is a clinical psychologist specializing in anxiety disorders, depression, eating disorders & disordered eating, LGBTQ concerns, and life transitions. She received her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Cheryl and her doctoral degree in psychology in her home state of Florida.  She completed her post-doctorate and subsequent work as Lead Therapist at Monte Nido in Irvington, NY, at a residential treatment program for individuals with eating disorders.

Cheryl works with adolescents and adults to enhance their lives and improve their coping abilities. She strives to provide a safe and comfortable therapeutic space to allow for effective psychotherapy.   

Cheryl works with individuals as well as couples and families. 

Cheryl uses a variety of psychotherapy approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), family systems, and motivational interviewing.

Cheryl has a non-judgmental and direct approach.  She can meet you where you're at while also encouraging exploring new ideas and ways of being to help you live as the best version of yourself.