I’m a dynamic and engaged therapist who brings my intuition and creativity to the therapeutic relationship. Initially trained as an actress, I rely upon my lifetime of experience merging body and brain responses with years of clinical research and practice to treatment. I studied at NYU and received my professional degree from The University of Texas at Austin. My early career in addiction treatment recognized my talents in treating individuals and couples struggling with trauma, mental illness, grief and loss, relationship distress, and life transitions.
Following the birth of my son and my own journey into parenthood, I developed a deeper understanding of how these issues can be woven together in the unique life transition of becoming a parent. I’ve become a passionate advocate for the rights of mothers and young families and I’m driven to support them as they navigate uncertainty. I endeavor to provide as much support and as many resources as possible to help clients feel confident in their abilities, supported by their partnerships, and connected to their chosen community.