About me

Do you ever feel overwhelmed with life’s challenges? Does your anxiety interfere with your ability to function? Everyone has a story – a past, present and a future, which can be understood with some support and guidance. Living in the city and juggling responsibilities tends to overburden our systems. Unresolved traumas often appear in new and existing relationships without our awareness. I am here to walk with you and support you in telling your story.

I lean into an eclectic and integrative approach when working with clients, one that uses aspects of psychodynamic therapy, feminist therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I operate from a trauma-informed and multicultural background, and will meet you where you are.
Through unconditional positive regard, empathy, and compassion, I help individuals overcome a multitude of life hurdles. Though I am not South Asian, coming from a Middle-Eastern immigrant background has allowed me to recognize the intersections of multiple identities within a therapeutic journey, in addition to the impact of cultural nuances on our mental wellbeing.

Your presence on this page is not a coincidence, and in fact indicates your willingness to make meaningful changes to your life. If you feel ready to embark on this journey, I encourage you to contact me and set up an appointment. Reaching out and starting therapy is not always easy, but I will support you in enhancing your story.

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: P016319

License State/Territory: New York

Additional Credentials:

M.ED., Mental Health Counseling, Teachers College, Columbia University
M.A. Psychological Counseling, Teachers College, Columbia University
Advanced Certification in Sexuality, Women, and Gender, Teachers College, Columbia University
Practicum Training: STEPS to End Family Violence
New York State Permit, P016319 Supervisor, Amy Acaba, LMHC

Insurance Plans: Aetna, Out-of-Network

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details



Types of Clients
Session Types

Women’s Issues
Gender and Sexuality
Interpersonal Relationships
Multicultural Identity Formation

Leave a Review

Guests are not allowed to post a review. Please log in to review.

'You, First'


Reserve your place for our acclaimed digital self-care package, You, First. You'll receive a themed mental health workbook, journal prompts, reading lists more each month. 

Registrations open on the 1st of each month for 24 hours. Spaces are limited.


You have Successfully Subscribed!