Non-judgmental, nuanced support for people who want an interactive, collaborative therapist and therapy that honors lived experiences and identities.
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy for people who chose an intentional journey process with the support of a psychedelic.
Consultation/supervision for therapists looking for support with their work in complex trauma, developmental trauma, harm reduction and anti-oppressive therapeutic interventions.
I’m a life long learner to ensure my work stays fresh, rich, nuanced and informed by things that are relevant to my clients’ experiences. My practice is trauma-healing-focused and uses an intersectional lens to address lived experiences and the nuanced needs of each person. I’m an out, queer, White psychotherapist based in New York City. I am committed to unlearning supremacy and offer therapy that is compassionate. I work with adults who are diverse in their racial, class, gender, sexual and cultural identities.
I’m a licensed clinical social worker with 15 years of psychotherapy experience and have been offer direct service for the last two decades. I do this work because it’s fulfilling and an honor to be with someone as they discover ways to find more ease in their life. I have post graduate training in trauma informed modalities, integrative treatment, and specialize in anxiety and improving relationships. . I am trained in Sensorimotor (somatic therapy,), as well as Internal Family Systems.
My practice uses experiential therapies, which engage my clients in beyond what their cognitive mind is thinking. I also a relational approach, which means I see the therapy relationship as potential source of healing. My services address anxiety, developmental, relational, and complex trauma, substance use as well as gender identity and sexuality. Additionally, I have studied harm reduction and non-verbal modalities that work with the nervous system, such as the AcuDetox/NADA protocol and herbalism, which assists me in helping clients find practices outside of therapy to self regulate and nourish their nervous systems.
People who receive therapy from me tell me they feel more comfortable talking about themselves than they expected. They often say they feel cared for by how much I retain through time to support them in making new connections and better understanding their struggles with increased self-compassion.