I was drawn to the practice of psychotherapy as a way of helping people feel seen and listened to, validated in their experiences, and supported in their challenges. I aim to provide a breathing space as a respite from the noise and stress of everyday life.
I believe that both pain and healing are rooted in the relationships we have with ourselves and others. I strive to create authentic, warm, and accepting relationships with my clients in order to foster trust and growth. Guided by a relational cultural perspective, I work in collaboration with clients around issues regarding relationships and partnerships, codependency, identity, past trauma, and life transitions. While I utilize different modalities depending on the needs and interests of each client, my approach is emotion-focused and psychodynamic. With experience across a wide range of settings throughout New York City, I am dedicated to meeting clients where they are in their culture, identity, and self-expression. Along with individuals and families, I am passionate about working with couples and have experience working with couples within the LGBTQIA community.
To learn more about my style & approach to therapy, visit me on My Wellbeing.
Welcoming all genders, races, countries of origin, sexual orientations, religions, abilities and body sizes.
MA, EdM in Psychological Counseling, Mental Health Counseling, Teachers College, Columbia University
BS in Applied Psychology, New York University