Please note: I am not accepting new clients.
In my trauma-informed psychotherapy practice, I support folks to navigate and work through experiences of anxiety, depression, loss, and the emotional impacts of oppression. I focus on working with LGBTQI+ people, people of color, sex workers, formerly incarcerated people, immigrants, and survivors of violence and trauma. My practice is grounded in principles and practices of social justice drawn from 20 years of organizing and non-profit experience, so I especially value working with organizers, cultural workers and social change agents. I use an eclectic mix of approaches to support individual needs, including Gestalt, harm reduction, existential therapy, narrative therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I seek to integrate mindfulness and meditative practices into the work wherever it may be useful. I’m always happy to collaborate with other healing practitioners, such as herbalists, acupuncturists, and psychiatrists, according to client interest and needs. I received my Masters in Social Work from Hunter College in 2009.
Resourcing social justice: A portion of all proceeds from my work go to the following social justice organizations and foundations, among others: Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, The Icarus Project, Southerners on New Ground, Third Wave Fund, & Women with A Vision.