About

My approach in online therapy is to help my clients become aware of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, towards a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships. I do this by creating a compassionate and accepting space in sessions where clients feel comfortable.

My goal is for my clients learn healthy ways of tolerating and coping with difficulties and have fulfilling lives and relationships. I try to incorporate various therapeutic techniques and methods in my sessions.

 

 

THERAPY SPECIALTIES

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • MA in Mental Health Counseling from Montclair State University in New Jersey
  • Brainspotting Phase 1
  • Psychiatric Counseling at Mountainside Medical Center
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Counselor at Singapore Anglican Services
  • Director of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Senior Center at Saint Peter’s Church, NYC
  • Recipient of New York City Council Proclamation for service to community

My practice is affirming and respectful of the rights and values of all clients, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sexuality, gender identity, ability, immigration status, or religion.

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Focussed Mindfulness for Anxiety

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Trauma and depression

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