My clinical approach is grounded in somatic, interpersonal, psychodynamic and feminist relational perspectives. I bring a collaborative, holistic, and compassionate approach to the unique nature of each therapeutic relationship, supporting clients in building upon their creative adaptive capacities with greater self-knowledge, compassion and support. I am attentive to the nuanced meanings of individual development, sexual and gender identity, race, class and ability as they are interwoven throughout the therapeutic work, striving always to support each client's self determination and self-realization. I feel honored to partner with clients as they navigate challenges in their lives and access a greater sense of their own strengths, fulfillment, and wholeness.
Master of Social Work - Smith College School for Social Work, MA
Bachelor of Arts - Oberlin College, OH