Asking for help is not easy; but recognizing when we need it and reaching out is a sign of strength. Allow me to be your lifeboat. Whether you are overcoming trauma, facing major life transitions, or simply grappling with the stressors of life in a chaotic world, I am here to listen and guide you towards safety.
I offer my clients support and nurturance as we explore past and present challenges and work towards developing greater insight and emotional well-being. My approach is strengths-based and psychodynamic. I facilitate progress through fostering self-esteem, self-awareness, and acceptance.
My areas of expertise include childhood trauma, family discord, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and grief. I have a particular passion for working with parent-adolescent dyads and with parents and family members of children with disabilities. I invite you to join me in navigating toward personal growth and empowerment, interpersonal communication and connection, and overall life satisfaction.
- New York, LMSW
- Master of Social Work, Yeshiva University Wurzweiler School of Social Work
- Bachelor of Arts, Sarah Lawrence College