My practice orientation is humanistic-existential and cognitive-behavioral. I focus on creating space to explore issues while utilizing evidenced-based strategies. I want to work together to understand more about you, help improve the current situation, and develop a framework to apply to future issues. I have helped many people tame their anxiety and anger while improving creativity, intuition, and resilience. We will discover strengths and obstacles to form a plan that supports lasting change. My goal is to help people grow and build a meaningful life for themselves. I blend philosophies including Taoism, Buddhism, and Existentialism.
I have over 15 years of counseling experience, graduating from University of Massachusetts Boston with a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling. I specialize in humanistic psychology, cognitive-behavioral techniques, interpersonal skills, trauma-informed practices, mindfulness, and person-centered therapy.