I am a licensed independent clinical social worker. Prior to starting The Therapy Space, I was the director of an outpatient therapy clinic that serviced over 300 diverse clients as well as in my own private practice. Now, as the founder of The Therapy Space, I utilize my clinical expertise and work experience to help individuals achieve their goals. Some of my credentials includes an Associates Degree in Chemical Dependency, Bachelor of Arts Psychology and a Master in Social Work from Simmons College in Boston. I have served as a Board Director for a large psychiatric hospital, as well as Executive Director of an Outpatient Counseling Program, a patient advocate and human rights officer, a program manager for adults with developmental disabilities, a program manager for a school based program, and an applied behavioral analysis counselor.

My passion is to guide individuals to achieve overall emotional well-being. My clients tend to feel relief quickly, as I focus on providing you with evidence-based tools. I will help you to gain insight into your thoughts, behaviors, and relationships. I use a variety of theoretical frameworks, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution-focused therapy, and psycho education.

My approach to everything that I do is to be as real as I can be. Whether I’m working with an individual in a therapy session, with friends and family, or working with a multidisciplinary team of coworkers I’ve never been someone who is good at faking it. What you see is what you get. I hold myself to the same standards to which I hold my clients—authenticity and honesty are essential. I provide my clients with an accurate reflection of what I see and a professional assessment of how they might do things differently. I will challenge you to think critically about the choices you make and the impact those choices are having on your life.



MSW (Master of Social Work)
Simmons College

Accepted Insurance

None (doesn't accept insurance as in-network provider)

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