& Relationship Counseling
I provide individual and relationship therapy for a multitude of presenting issues and needs (in detail below). I blend mindfulness practice with clinical expertise to nurture the whole person rather than only a part. I operate from a strong solution-oriented perspective to help you meet your goals and improve your quality of life and relationships.
My fees vary per service and have limited sliding scale options for folks with financial barriers. We can discuss these options during the consultation.
Please note that I am out network at this time, but I work with all plans eligible for reimbursement. If you're interested in exploring this option, I recommend giving a call to your insurance provider to ask what percentage of the psychotherapy session (code 90837) they cover with an out of network provider. This will give you an idea of what resources you have available to you.
Community is proven to be an incredibly effective and strong treatment modality, which is why group therapy has become a major pillar of my work. Sample groups I have facilitated:
— Chronic Illness Support Group
— Substance Use for First Responders
— Eating Disorder Process Group
— Queer Femmefolx Support Group
— Body Image Book Club
— Existential Anxiety Support Group
— Building Self-Worth Intensive
— Guided Meditation Group
Please check out the Groups page
for additional information
I specialize in working with adults managing depression, anxiety, body image, shame, trauma/PTSD/CPTSD, grief, life transitions, family dynamics, substance use, sex and intimacy, gender & sexuality exploration and affirmation, stress/burnout, chronic illness/disability, eating disorders/disordered eating, and more. I companion individuals of all backgrounds and identities.
I work with romantic, platonic, and professional relationships of all kinds (monogamous, ENM/CNM/poly, queer, genderqueer, and anything between and beyond in identity).
To do so, incorporate diverse contemporary psychotherapy modalities including CBT, CBT-E, EMDR, Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness, Mind-Body Therapies, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Motivational Interviewing, Grief Therapies, Behavioral Activation, Feminist Therapy, Harm Reduction, EFT, and Gestalt therapy.
I hold two B.A.s from Boston University in Psychology & Philosophy and Forensic Developmental Psychology. I also received my Masters in Clinical Social Work from The Columbia University School of Social Work. I am affiliated with ASDAH
I am IFS and EMDR trained and have post-graduate training in Substance Use/Chemical Dependency from the Yale School of Medicine as well as in CBT-E, an empirically proven treatment modality for Eating Disorders. I am affiliated with ASDAH and the NASW.
I am also a guest facilitator for Global Girls Prep's Women-In-Action program. I connect with students who are interested in deepening their learning of body politics and the relevant systemic and societal harm.
I am sex, sexuality, gender, neurodivergence, and body affirming, as well as deeply rooted in anti-racist practice.