A therapist that clients don’t have to code switch around. I understand the importance of feeling like your therapist gets you on a cultural level.
Something to know about my approach is:
I work from an integrative approach to help you connect your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to early experiences. I am social justice oriented and will make space to consider the impact of identity on the concerns you are experiencing.
Together, we will:
empower you to find your own solutions, bolster your innate strengths, and find your unique voice.
I specialize in working with people who:
Feel stuck, lost, or unsure how to move forward in their lives, which can manifest itself in unfulfilling relationships, burying unresolved childhood trauma, and/or struggling with day-to-day tasks.
I became a therapist because:
There is a shortage of BIPOC therapists that understand the cultural context that may be impacting BIPOC clients.
More about me and my practice:
I am a licensed mental health counselor with the goal of combating the stigma of seeking mental health services by creating a safe space specifically for women of color to focus on their own wellbeing.