What is most crucial for me in the therapeutic process is to assist clients in coming home to themselves: building their intuition, giving them space to validate their feelings, and to move towards living in alignment with their truest expression. I enjoy sharing mindfulness techniques and nourishing routine practices with my clients to help them become a more embodied, authentic, and present version of themselves. I believe that my clients know what is best for them, and I hope to help them uncover and connect to that inner knowing. I specialize in working with clients who are healing from childhood trauma, dissociation/depersonalization, anxiety, and ADHD. Right now, I am only seeing clients remotely, and will offer a few opportunities for in-person sessions here and there.
I received my BA in English from Wesleyan University, where I often used my English courses as opportunities to use character study as a means to understand the human experience on a deeper level. I graduated from the Columbia University School of Social Work’s MSW program in 2017. While in graduate school, I conducted fieldwork at the Urban Justice Center’s Mental Health Project and at the NYC Department of Correction. After graduation, I worked for the NYC Department of Correction as a counselor in a facility on Rikers Island housing men and trans women.
During and after my time at DOC, I decided to focus on deepening my knowledge of more holistic frameworks to complement my work. I have studied yoga, meditation, Ayurveda, astrology, and Nonviolent Communication. Outside of my role as a therapist, I am astrologer and wellness facilitator for my own business, and I lead classes and workshops in the aforementioned topics. I started my journey in holistic private practice at the now-defunct Rogue Spirit Integrative Holistic Psychotherapy, and have been at Holistic Psychotherapy since May 2022. I also work at Wesleyan University as the Mental Health Educator.
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Schedule a 15-minute phone consult or initial session