I have a strong ability to empathize, understand, and share the feelings of others.
Something to know about my approach is:
My therapy practice focuses on rewriting those narratives into stories of strength and empowerment that place clients at the center.
Together, we will:
In my practice, I help clients disrupt this intergenerational racial trauma that continues impacting the younger generation.
I specialize in working with people who:
My clients are mainly Black women, Muslim women, and women of color struggling with self love, low self esteem, the impacts of colorism, stigma about their hair, and obstacles related to intersectionality.
I became a therapist because:
I became a therapist because Black women are often underrepresented or unseen in the mental health field.
Something that stands out about where I offer therapy is:
I'm a member of the Resilience Lab — the largest community of clinicians working collaboratively to produce better outcomes and improve mental health.
More about me and my practice:
Centuries of oppression and racism have had detrimental mental health effects, which are often dismissed or invalidated. I’m a strong advocate for social justice and giving a voice to those who are often unheard.