I am a psychotherapist with a passion for supporting people through difficult transitions in their lives. This can come in a variety of forms whether it be adjusting to a new job, becoming a first-time parent, being diagnosed with a serious illness, as well as a range of other things. Having worked in a hospital setting for many years, I have special expertise not only with chronic illness, but also working with family systems, and changing relationships. My goal is to help you gain a better understanding of your feelings, mood, and behaviors throughout these transitions, and in turn, help you to better manage and cope. Therapy can also be a place to explore strategies for regaining control and moving forward.
Because I have worked with individuals and families at all life stages, I have been able to develop a practice that tailors to each person's wishes and needs. I combine many therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic, Strengths-Based, and meaning-centered work to ensure the right fit for each person. I greatly look forward to our work together.
MSW - Social Work, NYU
I became a mental health professional because early on I knew I had an inherent passion for connecting with others and hearing their stories. It is these stories that inspired me also to a career in striving to support and uplift people through these winding roads of their life story.
My interests outside of work lie mainly in travel and food, preferably together! I enjoy learning about new cultures and cuisines, traveling to these places and fully immersing myself in their world.
In an effort to support my own mental and emotional well-being, I make sure to move my body in a physical way every single day. Sometimes that comes in the form of a run, a cycle, or simply a stretch. I find that this helps me to reset my body and mind, and set my intentions for the day.
I like to recharge through exercise as well as spending time with family and friends. I have two young children and being fully present with them whenever I am able allows me to reset and recharge as well.
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