Therapy is the ultimate form of self care. It can lead to radical self-acceptance, allowing you to manifest the positive goals you have for your life. Seeking therapy traditionally has had barriers, and I know breaking those barriers will create a better, more accessible, revolutionary, and empathic society.
My clinical interests include working with LGBTQIA+ issues, depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues, stages of life, and times of adjustment and change. My previous clinical experience has mainly been working with teens and young adults. I come from person-centered, strengths-based, and trauma-focused modalities. I also believe in the importance of therapists as being warm, objective, and non-judgmental, which I strive to be with each client.
I utilize an eclectic approach in our sessions, as each client is different. I believe in a therapeutic relationship that is equal and balanced, with our goals being mutual and dynamic. You are an expert in your life, and I look forward to working together to create the healthy and positive change you see for yourself.
I received my Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan School of Social Work in 2015, and my Bachelors in Psychology from Michigan State University in 2012.