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Individual
Psychotherapy

If you're looking for a safe and non-judgmental space to work on what holds you back from your own self-growth then individual psychotherapy is for you.

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Couples
Therapy

If you and your partner(s) are having difficulties in your relationship and need support reestablishing your connection then consider couples therapy.

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Online
Therapy

 If you are looking to connect to a therapist but your busy life prevents you from meeting in person, you should try online therapy.

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Professional Speaking

Looking for an expert to provide anti-bias/anti-racism training or consult on diversity, equity, and inclusion issues? If so, find out more here.

 
My Approach

“My clients have often described me as genuine, warm, empathic, supportive, dedicated, and attuned to their needs. While much of what we will do in our work is grounded in the present, we will often explore your past experiences and relationships as a way to deepen our understandings and insights, make connections between your emotions and behaviors, and identify patterns that are counterproductive or harmful…”

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About me

"My identity as a person of color and a member of the LGBTQIA+ community serves as a resource, often allowing me to connect to others within these communities in a way that may be difficult for those who do not have these shared identities. I work to leverage my identities, research interests, clinical skills, and passion to work with and support those who feel marginalized..."

Getting Help

The process of growth begins with acknowledging some of the difficulties in your life, envisioning how things could be better, and knowing that you could use help. Now that you are here, it means that you have surpassed that and are now at the stage of asking for the help that you deserve – kudos to you for doing what most find extremely hard to do. As a psychologist in NYC I help people to overcome various difficulties in their lives, below are a few. 

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Alleviate Anxiety and/or Depression Symptoms

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Improve  Relationships

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Enhance Confidence and Self-esteem 

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Stress Reduction & Coping Skill Development

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Discovery of Self & Potential

As I entered psychotherapy with hesitation, Dr. Dillon made me feel comfortable in every session from beginning to end and assured me that progress is something that is slow and steady, which made me feel comfortable with the pace of my progress.

Andres G. - Former Client