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"Find your GROWTH"

Let’s face it, life and adulting can be hard. This is especially so in a fast-paced city like NY where you barely have time to breathe, let alone sit with everything that plagues you, and consider how you will become the better version of yourself in the future while still attending to the needs of today. But, in part, that is the journey that you begin in individual psychotherapy. From my perspective, not much is more important than the relationship between the client and the therapist – the therapeutic alliance. How comfortable and safe you feel, the extent to which you trust me, and how collaboratively we work together all contribute to the extent to which you benefit from therapy and how much closer you get to becoming the best version of yourself.


I work to provide a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment – a space where your growth and positive change can occur. Additionally, I take a compassionate, collaborative, and non-judgmental approach to further ensure that your experience is transformative. As we work together, my goal is to make sure you and your experiences are validated and that you feel heard and acknowledged in an accepting manner. I strive to see the world through your eyes and then help you to navigate it with more intention but less difficulty. I truly believe that we are only as alone as we allow ourselves to be so I would honor the opportunity to be your ally and work to support you in defining and achieving your goals, maximizing your potential, and living a fulfilled life. I specialize in working with individuals and couples, who at times feel powerless and are often marginalized - including documented and undocumented immigrants, people of color, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community. My clients seek support due to difficulties that include:

  • Anxiety, panic attacks and phobias

  • Depression and Bipolar Disorder

  • Issues related to sexual and gender identity (LGBTQIA+ Affirming)

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Racial Identity development

  • Alcohol and substance misuse or abuse 

  • Issues unique to college students and young adults

  • Relationship issues

  • Grief and loss

  • Self-esteem issues

  • Anger Management

  • Work-related stress or imposter phenomenon

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