I firmly believe that healing and growth occur within the context of a safe, authentic, and empathetic therapeutic relationship. Therapy, to me, is a collaborative process, where both therapist and client actively engage in the exploration of thoughts, emotions, and experiences. I strive to create a non-judgmental and nurturing space where you can feel comfortable expressing yourself and exploring your concerns.
Respecting the uniqueness of each individual is at the core of my practice, and I tailor my approach to meet your specific needs. Drawing from various therapeutic modalities, such as acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, relational therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy, I hope to empower clients to discover their own strengths and develop effective coping strategies. I encourage self-reflection, self-compassion, and personal growth, while helping people become comfortable living in life’s “gray areas.”
I am currently completing my master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling at Rutgers University. I received my undergraduate psychology degree from Boston University, where I focused on women, gender, queer and sexuality studies, rendering me sensitive to the needs and issues affecting members of the LGBTQIA+ and other diverse communities. I look forward to meeting you and helping you heal, grow, and thrive; ultimately leading to a more fulfilling and authentic life.