We offer a full-range of psychological, mental health, and sport/performance psychology services. Our mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of the children, adolescents, and adults we serve. We aim to empower people to take charge of their lives via caring, practical, responsive service.
After more than 47 years as a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Paul Becker has decided to retire as of August 1, 2021. He plans to pursue his interests of photography, gardening, and travel, and to spend precious time with his wife and family.
He is thankful for the opportunity he has had to work with so many wonderful people during his time in private practice. He has learned a great deal from the people he has worked with, and he hopes that his efforts have been beneficial for those who have sought his help.
Dr. Becker has especially enjoyed the chance to have worked closely with Dr. David Udelf and Dr. Patricia Masterson over the years and wishes both of them every success and happiness in the future.
is committed to making an impactful difference for the children, adolescents, and adults served, delivering a wide range of clinical and sport/performance psychology services. Dr. Udelf takes a seasoned, practical, approach to his clinical work, focusing on clients dealing with anxiety, depression, school performance, ADHD, relationship, and family-related issues. Diversity also defines Dr. Udelf’s sport/performance psychology career. He works with youth, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes, teams, and organizations in a variety of sports. Dr. Udelf also works with persons in the performing arts, business, leadership, and other demanding performance-related endeavors.
After 45 years as a Counseling Psychologist, Dr. Masterson is retiring as of July 31, 2021. Dr. Masterson considers it a privilege to have served so many people over the course of her career. Peoples’ strength, sincerity, and resiliency have been a inspiration to her. She hopes her clients move into the future living richer, healthier and fuller lives in part due to the self-discovery and skills they have learned in therapy. Dr. Masterson has certainly been enriched from her work with them.
It has also been a privilege to work in partnership with Drs. Paul Becker and David Udelf for 28 years. It has been a relationship of professional integrity and mutual support. Dr. Masterson hopes their futures are filled with good health, deep peace, and real joy.
Dr. Masterson is looking forward to having more time to read, write, attend theatre and museums, volunteer, travel and spend time with family and friends. She thanks you all for having been a part of her life!