I love it when the people I work with become less judgmental of themselves. My goal for each client is that they feel more positive about themselves and find a renewed sense of well-being. I aim to explore with clients the many parts of their life, and I carefully listen to help them make appropriate changes.
My therapeutic style is open, empathic, and understanding. Curiosity and compassion guide my approach to treatment, and I strive to work efficiently with each client towards making a change in their lives and relationships. I practice from an integrative perspective and draw primarily on relational, interpersonal, and CBT theories.
I specialize in diversity and cultural identity, relationships and communication, sexual orientation, sexuality and intimacy, and career concerns. My work also centers on the treatment of anxiety and depression as well as adjustment and life transitions.
I obtained my doctorate in clinical psychology from the George Washington University, and my undergraduate degree in Psychological and Brain Sciences with a minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality from Johns Hopkins University, College of Arts and Sciences. After working in Washington, DC for several years, I am now a licensed clinical psychologist at Therapy Group of NYC, a premier and data-driven therapy practice in NYC's Financial District.
At its best, therapy is challenging and emotionally compelling. I work to empower clients to find hope and inspiration within themselves. My goal is to assist clients in developing more vibrant and meaningful lives by harnessing their strengths.