I received my MA in Counseling Psychology from The Wright Institute in October of 2021, and spent the last two years working at Compass Family Services and YMCA Urban Services. I am dedicated to the ongoing cultivation and practice of cultural responsiveness, anti-racism, anti-ageism, anti-ableism, anti-sexism, body positivity, feminism, and lgbtq+ allyship. My pronouns are she/her/hers.
My style of practice is collaborative, creative, relational and process-based. I bring a warm energy to the therapeutic relationship to help you feel safe being vulnerable. I ground myself in kindness, acceptance and compassion while accompanying you into the territory of self-exploration and accountability.
My theoretical orientation is integrative and trauma-informed drawing from psychodynamic, relational, family systems, attachment based object-relations, and contemplative psychology supported by mindfulness, expressive arts, internal family systems, and The Grief Recovery Method®.
In my free time I enjoy cooking, making art, riding my bicycle, and volunteering in San Francisco.