I believe that all people are resilient, adaptive, and capable of growth, but change can be hard, and you don’t need to be on this path alone. I feel like the best version of myself when I help my clients bring out the best version of themselves. My approach is relational, and client-centered, with a focus on mind-body integration. I also draw from humanistic and psychodynamic modalities to cater the treatment plan to every individual I work with.
I received my Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology from NYU, with a minor in Creative Writing. I then completed the dual degree program at Teachers College, Columbia University with an EDM and MA in Psychological Counseling. I have experience with crisis counseling from volunteering at a suicide prevention hotline, and have worked with children, adolescents and young adults dealing with anxiety, depression, identity exploration, grief and trauma during my clinical fieldwork. I also served as a Psychosocial Assistant at the Quad Preparatory School, helping children on the neurodivergent spectrum navigate their daily activities and interactions with others.
My main objective is to make sure my clients feel seen. I will work collaboratively and relationally alongside you, to help identify and overcome the obstacles preventing you from experiencing life as your best, most authentic self.