Clients tell me I am an active, direct, authentic, thoughtful, and compassionate therapist.
Something to know about my approach is:
Human beings are wired for social connection. Who you are and who I am matters. The greatest gift I can give is to see, hear, understand you. This can be liberating, healing, and transformative.
Together, we will:
Learn more about your struggles and challenges, your strengths and sources of resilience, your culture and heritage, how you love and who you love, who and what matters most to you, and how you can live a richer and more joyful life.
I specialize in working with people who:
Trauma recovery, intersectional identities, LGBTQIA+ issues, race and cultural identity, loss and grief, relationship concerns.
I became a therapist because:
The field of therapy is predominately white and there is a need for BIPOC clinicians. I am committed toward individual and collective healing.
Something that stands out about where I offer therapy is:
Truth Telling as a Means of Healing. I believe story telling is resistance. When we heal ourselves, we heal our communities and the world.
More about me and my practice:
My goal is to empower others to tell their stories, understand themselves, and make a difference in their lives, families, communities, and the world. I practice from a relational, feminist, and decolonized framework.