I think it can be a very difficult thing for someone to make the decision to ask for help, but at some point we all have asked. Often times people think of themselves as week if they find themselves asking for help. I consider it sign of strength. I believe in providing a practical and interactive experience for my clients in a sensitive, supportive, compassionate, and non-judgmental environment. I strive to work with my clients to have a sense of hope for the future and that the situations that have brought them to my office through commitment and some work can and will be improved.

I work with people with all types of issues, but mostly trauma, anxiety, physical health, addictions, family/relationship issues, and grief and loss. In providing services to my clients, I first complete a thorough assessment of the presented problem. I will then provide education and propose a plan of action to resolve that problem.

I take a person centered approach to my work. I am open to trying with my clients what ever may work for that individual. For more information, please visit my website: www.buffalonycounseling.com


Sexual Trauma
Women's Issues
Men's Issues


Masters in Social Work
University At Buffalo, School of Social Work

BA-Bachelor Of Arts
University of Buffalo

Accepted Insurance

Oscar Health
United Healthcare

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