I love helping clients get unstuck from the patterns they live and relive over and over, whether it be in their jobs, families, relationships, or even inside their own heads.
My goal is to empower individuals to move towards a more fulfilling, satisfying, and authentic life. My role is not to “fix” clients but to support them in creating meaningful shifts in their lives from a place of choice and awareness.
With couples, I enjoy the process of confronting problems and impasses together. I help couples recognize repetitive patterns that keep them disconnected and move in new directions that support connection and growth.
I am passionate about providing a nonjudgmental, open, and empathic environment so that clients feel safe in exploring their concerns. Having worked with clients of various racial and ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and disability statuses, I am sensitive to the complexity of a person’s overlapping identities, and how those identities may impact their experiences and perceptions of the world around them.
I received my B.A. from Oberlin College and my Master’s degree in Social Work from NYU Silver School of Social Work. I have been trained in mindfulness, harm reduction, cognitive behavioral therapy, experiential and somatic therapies in treating trauma, and emotionally focused couple therapy. Each client brings to the process a unique set of needs, strengths, and goals and therefore I find it useful to draw on a variety of clinical perspectives.
I also enjoy yoga, dogs, creativity, travel, and films and tv. I feel honored and privileged to work in this field, and I encourage you to reach out to me.