Does it seem impossible for you to overcome challenges in one or more areas of life? You weren’t meant to navigate your relationships and mental health challenges alone. I help clients to develop a framework and skill set critical to overcoming life's challenges.
My approach is psychodynamic and trauma-informed, meaning that I take into account the significant contributions that trauma and early relationships can make to challenges you face. While early relationships and trauma don’t define you, understanding both can help us to create a roadmap for your healing and growth. Some of my areas of expertise include relationships, school and career related challenges, faith and spirituality, anxiety, depression, and trauma.
I believe that there is no one-size fits all treatment experience, and so you and I will work together to create an individualized plan for your healing. In working with me, talking about your challenges is just a starting point. We've got to do something about them! My work is unique because it continuously invites clients to practice their developing skill sets during and outside of session. Therapy sessions with me typically include moments of laughter, insight -you may experience “Aha!” moments, psychoeducation, and heartfelt discussions.
I am an alumna of Bard College and of The University at Albany School of Social Welfare. In my free time, I can often be found listening to a podcast, exploring a beach or trail, or planning an interior design project.
Therapy is an invitation for you to gain critical skills and personalized guidance for breakthroughs, and I look forward to working with you!
Once you schedule a time we will reach out to you via email to confirm, connect you with your chosen therapist and request any intake paperwork if required. If you do not receive an email after booking an appointment, please check your spam folder.
Schedule a 15-minute phone consult or initial session