Dorothy is a Clinical Psychologist and a behavioral therapist at Brightline.
Dorothy lives in Boston, Massachusetts, and enjoys cooking complicated meals (and eating them), long walks with her dog, and playing new board games.
Dorothy predominantly works with children and teens (from ages 6 to 18) and their parents. She loves helping families navigate a variety of mental health issues, but particularly enjoys treating anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders. Dorothy is humbled that families let her into their lives at vulnerable times to collaboratively access their values and strengths.
Dorothy has a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Chicago.
The Fun Stuff
Random thing about me? I never liked the “great outdoors” until I lived in Seattle, where I suddenly discovered the joy of hiking!
Perfect Saturday? Barbeque from our favorite place, a picnic in the park, and a walk around the pond.
Funny family memory? Growing up, I never had the stomach for horror movies, but watched them anyway throughout my early teens. I ended up freaking out, sleeping with the lights on, and waking up my parents more times than I can count. Ironically, now that I’m older, I find I can watch most scary movies without a problem. Exposure therapy, baby!