Many of the issues we struggle with lie within our relationships- relationships with others, with societal systems and with ourselves. It makes sense, then, that therapeutic healing is rooted in creating a deep, connected relationship. This is the foundation of my therapeutic practice. I approach therapy as a practice of exploration, holding and reparation. Together we will explore your experiences of anxiety, depression, trauma response, anger, creative blocks, developing boundaries and making lasting change in your life. We will strive for authenticity, question realness and probably laugh some times.
I’m excited to work with those to whom this approach appeals, and I have experience and investment working with people of color, queer folks, people in diverse relationship structures and artists in performance arts.
I am a psychodynamically-oriented therapist who graduated from the NYU School of Social Work and continued my studies at the Stephen Mitchell Center for Relational Studies.