I view therapy as a collaborative and co-created space of exploration. I follow an interactive and relational approach to therapy, helping clients to understand their relational patterns and the impact past and present narratives have on their day-to-day lives.
I believe that the therapeutic relationship is imperative to the therapeutic process and I strive to create a brave, non-judgemental, and inclusive space where obstacles can be understood and explored. I am passionate about helping clients recognize their intrinsic strengths and using those strengths to build a strong foundation for success in relationships, romantic partnerships, work, and personal life.
I have previously worked with individuals, couples, parents, and families using a relational lens to understand individual and group dynamics. I have experience in Motivational Interviewing, CBT, and family therapy. I have a particular interest in working with couples and families.
● New York University (MSW)
● University of Puget Sound (BA in History)