Hi there! Thank you so much for visiting my website. I hope that you find it helpful. I am a master’s level clinician about to fulfill my hours to become a licensed professional counselor. I have my master’s degree in clinical counseling psychology, and my bachelor’s degree in psychology. I work with individuals, families, and couples with a variety of mental health concerns, however, I specialize in women’s issues.
My approach is holistic with a focus on positive & mindful therapy, art therapy, stress reduction, and managing anxiety. I tailor my sessions based on the needs and interest of the client. I specialize in working with women, children and adolescents with anxiety, depression, loss, eating disorders, self-esteem and body image issues. My work as a therapist began as an intern for The Creekwood Center as a psychotherapist for Abington Hospital. After I graduated, I worked as a psychotherapist and group therapist for Northwestern Human Services which provided me with a variety of experience. From there, I worked within a school district as a SAP counselor facilitating groups, providing assessments and counseling for adolescents and their families. During this time I became acutely aware of the prevalence of eating disorders and body image issues among adolescent girls, and it’s main catalyst, social media. These invaluable experiences, allowed me to provide service in private practice with a well-rounded lens, and changed the fabric of who I was as a clinician. I whole heartedly believe that, given the right tools, one can life a filled with balance, awareness, and well-being.
I have worked as a youth representative for the United Nations, as well as a researcher for their Global Solutions Lab. I am passionate about the world, and helping people in it. My hobbies include fitness, cooking, yoga, meditation, spirituality, and travel