I’ve taught at the graduate level at Dominican University, teaching courses on Psychodynamic Theory and Techniques, Human Development Across the Lifespan, and Aging and Long-term Care.  I’ve also provided trainings for graduate students and interns at the Lomi Clinic and Santa Rosa’s Family Service Agency.

I have led numerous workshops on Death and Dying and Coping with Grief and Loss, for adults, teens and children.  I’ve presented at Kaiser Permanente, Sonoma State University, the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center, local chapters of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, the National Hospice Foundation Conference and the California Hospice and Palliative Care Association. 

In addition, I’ve provided dozens of trainings and crisis debriefings on coping with loss and trauma at bay area elementary, middle and high schools, bay area synagogues,  and at local organizations.  

Article about stress reduction training I taught after the Tubbs Fire in Santa Rosa: