I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and received my Master of Social Service from Bryn Mawr’s Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research in 2019. I have experience working with a diverse set of populations, including those who faced intimate partner/domestic violence, substance misuse, trauma, and other mental health disorders (specifically anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and ADHD). I work with individuals and couples struggling with relational violence, childhood trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, mood disruptions, racial trauma, and work dissatisfaction/burnout. Additionally, I am passionate about advocating for and
working with BIPOC individuals, the LGBTQIA+ community, and survivors of relational and/or sexual abuse.
I believe in a person-first approach to therapy. I pull from multiple modalities, including trauma informed care, relational theory, structural family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, empowerment counseling, motivational interviewing, internal family systems, psychodynamic theory, and attachment theory. My goal is to highlight your natural resilience, build up your support system, and provide coping tools for you to utilize. I will be your advocate and supporter along the way! I provide empathy, ask thoughtful questions, validate and normalize your experience, and offer constructive feedback. My clients often come out of therapy feeling empowered, supported, understood, and gently challenged. You are the expert of your own life
and you ultimately know what’s best for you- I’m just here to help along the way.
In my free time, I enjoy snuggling with my pets, reading, listening to podcasts or binging a Netflix series. I am currently working on a certification to provide Animal Assisted Therapy- a combination of my two passions!