About me

Have you ever wondered “what would my life be like if I didn’t feel this way?” Do you feel like something needs to change, but don’t know where to start? Perhaps the gratitude journals, self-help books and internet advice isn’t really cutting it anymore, and you feel stuck while others are moving forward with their lives. The good news- you’re not alone and you no longer have to suffer in silence. Finding the “right” therapist can be daunting, especially if this is your first time. I strive to be transparent and authentic with you. I understand struggle because I’ve struggled myself. I’m a real person. I’m here to help.

I believe that therapy should be bold, empowering, and straightforward. I value honesty and the courage it takes to create meaningful change, and aim to provide a non-judgmental space for you to explore the thoughts and feelings weighing you down. I’m passionate about making therapy inclusive, culturally sensitive and accessible to all. As an immigrant from Sri Lanka I have a particular interest in working with the South Asian community. I also understand the complex cultural dynamics, identity and intergenerational issues that stem from the interactions between two cultures, and can help you navigate it in a way that honors both your culture and your personal values.

My areas of speciality include working with young adults, adolescents, adults and families with issues pertaining to depression, stress, anxiety, life transitions, academic/career issues, cultural identity, grief, trauma, interpersonal relationships and family conflict.

Please call or email me for a free 15-minute consultation. I look forward to working with you!

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: 121425

License State/Territory: California, Florida

Years in Practice: 6

Additional Credentials:

M.A. in Clinical Psychology (with emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy) - Pepperdine University

Insurance Plans: UnitedHealthcare, Oxford Health Plans, Aetna, UMR, Oscar, UHC Student Resources, AllSavers UHC, Harvard Pilgrim

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details



Types of Clients
Young People
Session Types
In Person


Stress and anxiety

Life transitions

Academic/career challenges

Adolescents & young adults

Cultural/racial identity

Relationship issues

Family dynamics

Blended families

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