Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Interpersonal Psychotherapy
My goal will be to work with you, guide you, and help you achieve a fulfilling life. I’m results-oriented and will help you set actionable goals which will lead you to graduation from care. I will provide you with the tools and coping mechanisms you need to thrive both in and out of the working world. I use active listening as an important tool to help me understand your feelings and turmoil – sometimes you may just need to vent.
And as I follow you on your journey, I will employ the skills of my profession as you need them. As a licensed independent clinical social worker in my second career, I bring a wide range of experience and perspectives on life.
I can assist with depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, career difficulties, life transitions, caregiving, and much more. I’m very passionate about helping people who are young professionals, in the midst of a career change, or want to advance in their careers. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to bridge the gap between mental health struggles and job coaching.
Together we can build a path forward.
BA - Economics, Columbia University
MSW - Social Work, University of Houston
I discovered my strength strength in helping people in the volunteer work I was doing and made the decision to go back to school for my Master's degree in Social Work.
I enjoy daily exercise, including spin class, weight training, and boxing. I am also a culture vulture, enjoying museums, theatre, music and dance performances.
I roll out of bed and onto my yoga mat every morning for a stretch program.
My first volunteer job with children was with Reading Partners. I so enjoyed tutoring elementary students with their reading skills.
My favorite spot to recharge my batteries is the National Building Museum. I wholeheartedly enjoy both the exhibits and the building itself.
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