Individuals are their own unique combinations of identities and experiences. Let’s work together to explore your combinations and strengthen your connection to yourself and to others. My approach is to understand the nuances of your intersectional identity by engaging in grounded dialogue. Utilizing a mixture of relational, cognitive, and dialectical behavioral interventions, I emphasize authenticity and curiosity. I work with you to create a therapeutic space that is non judge mental, comforting and safe to go through the journey of therapy, which can be daunting.
I graduated with a Masters of Education & Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University. I have a Bachelor's of Science in Applied Psychology from NYU Steinhardt where I was involved in research work examining the role of culture embedded in everyday language use and evolution of language functionality.
I have worked with individuals on grief, anxiety, depression, academic stress, family stress as well as relationship concerns. I look forward to working with you!