My role as a therapist is to help you navigate life's challenges. You may be looking to gain a better understanding of yourself and the self-defeating patterns that prevent you from leading your most fulfilled life. Therapy is an opportunity to explore parts of yourself that might be causing distress, sadness, or worry. It allows you the ability to process parts of your identity that you may be looking to change, the permission to express emotions that might not feel safe to release otherwise, and the ability to recognize patterns in behavior and relationships over time.

I work with adult individuals and couples, and specialize in issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship distress, and chronic illness including Type 1 Diabetes. I work from an intersectional lens and am always mindful of the ways that race, class, gender, and sexuality inform a person's unique lived experience.

My style is warm, empathetic, and non-judgmental, and I honor the courage it takes for you to work through your challenges alongside me. I strive to create an environment of emotional safety and trust where you can feel empowered to express your concerns and to access your most authentic, whole self.




Masters in Social Work
Hunter College School Of Social Work

Accepted Insurance

United Healthcare
Oscar Health

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Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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Crisis Text Line
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