"I am here to remind you - It is okay to not be okay."
I believe in fostering a safe and inviting therapeutic space to support clients in their journey to find their innermost, authentic self through a collaborative approach. By providing a warm and empowering experience, I hope to guide you in self-exploration to gain greater insight into problematic patterns and ways of relating to the world and those around you. I plan to utilize a psychodynamic approach and draw from cognitive behavioral theory, mindfulness practice, and other modalities based on your individual needs to create a customized treatment plan to best serve you and your goals. We will work together to create a promising alliance to heal and foster growth, where you will always be met with compassion free from judgment and have the ability to unpack your thoughts and feelings in a neutral space.
I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Delaware. During my time there, I focused on committing myself to advocacy work within the field of mental health, fighting to reduce stigmas surrounding mental illness, and engaging in community outreach efforts. I am currently a graduate student in the Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness master’s program at New York University.