I strive to provide a non-judgmental and welcoming space for my clients. It is my goal to promote emotional well-being and allow people to feel comfortable during that journey. I am a believer that self-awareness is a skill we can all embrace and finding our own purpose is important. We will embrace and explore your unique experiences, thoughts and feelings that make you, you!
My approach will include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, strength-based approaches and family systems to help you live your best life. I practice being culturally aware and understand the trials of what may be attached to it whether that includes anxiety, generational trauma, amongst others.
During our time, I can help equip you with the tools to succeed as you navigate through life. We all go through different experiences and talking about them can be a bit scary, especially when we are not used to talking about them. Experiences we can tackle can result from past traumas, relationships, negative thoughts, anxiety, grief and cultural expectations as well. No matter what you may face we can take the next step together on how to not only heal but embrace those different experiences.
I am a graduate student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Manhattan College. I received my B.A in Psychology from Temple University. Outside of school, I am an avid sports fan, love spending my time outdoors and taking walks.