I believe that you are the expert of your own life, and as such, I hope to co-create a therapeutic space that is as non-hierarchical as possible and driven by curiosity. I intend to walk alongside you on your journey rather than lead the way.
Our experiences of existing within unjust environments and systems can take a toll on us and create traumatic outcomes. As such, my approach to therapy is anti-oppressive and anti-racist and integrates modalities such as psychodynamic, internal family systems, feminist-multicultural, and person-centered therapy. I believe that learning how our past informs our present can help us break patterns that no longer serve us. I strive to create a warm and non-judgmental environment where we can do so together. I hope to co-create a space that explores how we can engage in therapy in ways that not just involve talking but also integrates other non-traditional forms of healing.
I am interested in working with people of color and the LGBTQ+ community, experiencing and wanting to process/work through stress, trauma, relationship/family conflict, oppression, depression/anxiety, and other life stressors/transitions.
- Masters of Education (Ed.M.) in Psychological Counseling, Teachers College, Columbia University (current)
- Masters of Arts (M.A) in Mental Health Counseling, Teachers College, Columbia University (current)
- Sexuality, Women & Gender Advanced Certificate, Teachers College, Columbia University (current)
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Psychology with a minor in Women & Gender Studies, Clark University
- Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology, Member
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