I'm a dedicated, passionate therapist focused on helping people who struggle with anxiety, depression and trauma-related conditions. My experience spans a variety of settings including outpatient mental health, NYC public schools, residential care, domestic violence shelters, and substance abuse programs.
In my private practice, I take a psychodynamic approach (which means mostly talk therapy) to help clients understand and address issues that can hold them back from living a more fulfilled life.
Outside of my private practice, I have extensive experience working in school settings, and I've provided clinical supervision for social workers and consultation to medical and education staff who serve in school settings.
I received my social work degree from New York University and a BA in Psychology from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. I also completed a postgraduate fellowship in psychodynamic psychotherapy through the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education, and I'm currently a doctoral candidate at Smith College School of Social Work.