About me

Therapy should be a safe place to explore difficult topics. I aim to create a safe, accepting, and compassionate environment to facilitate growth. Therapy is also a space for building on your existing healthy strategies, exploring what is no longer working for you, learning and practicing new coping mechanisms, sharing your story in a non-judgemental environment, and creating fulfilling change.

My therapeutic philosophy focuses on a holistic approach, using a variety of therapy techniques. I work through applying the following modalities: the humanistic approach, psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, expressive arts, creative methods, and more. I strongly believe in the integrative model in which an eclectic style is utilized tailoring the therapy to each individual’s needs. I work in a very collaborative, empathetic, and supportive manner.

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: 008010-1

License State/Territory: New York

Additional Credentials:

Ph.D. Counselor Education, University of New Mexico

Licensed Mental Health Counselor - New York

Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (New Mexico) - CCMH0199861

National Certified Counselor - 782041

Assistant Professor, Touro College, Department of Behavioral Sciences

Insurance Plans: None

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Languages
English
Types of Clients
Young People
Adults
Couples
Groups
Session Types
Online
Specialities

Exploring emerging adulthood

Culture and Identity

Relationship concerns

Family conflict

Work-related concerns

College-related issues

Self-esteem

Stress

Anxiety

Grief

Peer relationships

Women's issues

Life transitions

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My professional focus is on the intersection of technology, mental health, and college student mental health, particularly students of color within higher education. My specialty areas include college student mental health, experiences of minority students within higher education, social media, and new technology's role in identity development, social justice advocacy, and community-based participatory research.

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