Ivy received her Masters of Social Work from Michigan State University. She has been in private practice for 30 years, and has previously been an instructor for Brown University's PLME program and a consultant at multiple educational, family, and adoption services.
Ivy sees clients of ages 15 and older, including teenagers, families, and couples. She has particular expertise in adoption-related topics, ADHD, anxiety, Asperger syndrome, eating disorders, grief and loss of family and friends, marriage counseling, parenting-related challenges, and sexual orientation.
Ivy's practice is eclectic in nature, including psychodynamic therapy, family systems therapy, and cognitive behavioral work. She focusing on building deep relationships with clients, and enjoys marathon running and cooking.